Rhythm Pop Up Shop Collection Available Online

By Sarah on May 30th, 2014

A huge thanks goes out to all you wonderful people who dropped by our Pop Up Shop last weekend. It was so great to see the familiar faces and we are so grateful for the support Ottawa has shown us. If you didn’t get a chance to swing by the Pop Up check out the collection online.

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Pop Up Shop Teaser

By Sarah on May 20th, 2014

Here’s a taste of what you will find this weekend at our pop up shop. Drop by Brittons in the Glebe Friday May 23 from 2-8 and Saturday May 24 from 8-5 and we will help with your spring wardrobe.

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Rhythm Spring 2014 Collection

By Sarah on May 15th, 2014

Here’s a little taste of what you will see in our Slaysh x Rhythm Pop Up Shop on May 23rd and 24th.

 

Rhythm x Slaysh Pop Up Shop

By Sarah on May 12th, 2014

We are so excited to announce our upcoming Pop Up Shop. We will be working with one of our favorite brands to bring you a two day shopping event in the Glebe, Friday May 23rd and Saturday May 24th.

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Incense Bricks

By Sarah on March 5th, 2014

Last week we featured the beautiful hand made incense burners so today we thought we should go into a bit more detail about the uniqueness of the incense bricks. Unlike a perfume or chemical that makes your space smell nice these bricks are made from natural wood. No trees are cut down or damaged for this production. Dead and fallen trees are used to produce the tiny burning incense bricks in an array of fragrances (Pinon, Hickory, Mesquite, Fir Balsam, and Juniper). The bricks scent your house or office best when they are smoldering like a log on a fire and not flaming.

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The before and after, from logs to bricks

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How to Light the Incense Brick

Hold the brick (or cone) over the flame until it begins to burn by itself. Remove the brick from the flame and gently blow on the ember, like you would do if you were starting a bonfire. Place the brick, burning side up, in the middle of the clay baseplate. Cover the plate and brick with the Log Cabin or Teepee. The brick will burn for approximately 20 minutes and the smoldering brick will infuse your room.

 

 

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Cozy Purses

By Sarah on March 3rd, 2014

Who says you can only wear your sweater knits. As the weather warms up (fingers crossed) keep sweater knits in your wardrobe to add some texture. Grab a knit purse by Jool to hold all your goodies.

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SHOP Jool Sweater and Leather Clutch

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Denim || Can’t Get Enough

By Sarah on February 26th, 2014

We can’t get enough of denim. It is a definite go to in our wardrobe so when we are aiming for comfort to get us through the winter weeks denim is stylish and cozy.

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Incense From the West

By Sarah on February 24th, 2014

It is said that a smell can bring back a memory or trigger a feeling. That is probably the reason we fell in love with these hand crafted incense burners and wood burning bricks. The burning bricks bring us back to those memorable summer bonfires or the weekend at the cottage cozied up by the fire. The incense burners, the teepee or log cabin, are hand crafted with rich red New Mexico clay and are painted by hand. The incense bricks that smolder inside the little houses are made from actual trees giving your room a wonderful fragrance.

FYI. the trees used are already fallen and dead. No trees were harmed in the making of these little bricks.

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Elegant Magazine

By Sarah on February 19th, 2014

Check out the Slaysh product featured on the cover of Elegant Magazine and have a sneak peak of how we are styled inside (February 2014).

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inside Elegant mag

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

on the cover: Tallow African Nights Dress, Rhythm Kimono

inside: One Teaspoon No.9 Vest, Tallow Akutu Shorts, Headmistress Flower Clip

Want to style your own wardrobe with these pieces? Click on the name and shop your little heart out.

 

Thank you to the following creative minds for including Slaysh in your shoot:

Photographer: Katia Pershin
Stylists: Kirsty Macdonald and Merritt Decloux
Hair Stylist: Kirsty Macdonald
Make up Artist: Lyz Plant
Model: Stephanie Larocque and Nakisa Butabi (from AMTI)

Cozy Collection || Available Now

By Sarah on February 7th, 2014

Winters can be long and unless you are planing a trip south this month you probably feel like you want to throw in the towel and hibernate until spring. We feel you on this one so we have put together a Cozy Collection to warm you up and get you through the next few weeks of winter.

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thanks to MYND’S i for the photos (product shots and banner artwork)