Articles from Lauren

10 Best Kids’ Rooms

It’s beginning…my two-year-old is out of her Oeuf crib and in to her Land of Nod Jenny Lind Twin. She can wear her hair in a legit ponytail, and she shares new (and quite strong) opinions every day. I love and admire her independent spirit, and as much as I want to fight it, this girl is […]

What’s New for August :: Home

Even though I (Lauren) am a mom and hit the 30th birthday milestone two years ago, there is something about coveting and wanting to save for a sofa instead of a handbag that makes me feel like I am officially an adult. Creating a home that feels inviting, comfortable and…well, just like us, for my family […]

Love + Work :: Sea Chant

“There are moments when we are looking at something we made together and it’s exactly what we have been dreaming and envisioning, something we could only create together…and it’s just really satisfying and full of love-feelings,” says Carissa Gallo, one half of the cutie couple behind Sea Chant, a photo/directing duo based out of Portland, […]

Double Take :: The Military Jacket

When you bring together two full-time travel writers, story telling and adventure swapping tales at their best quickly ensue. On Ramona Flume’s, who contributes travel stories for a mix of publications like New York Daily News and the Dallas Morning News, first international assignment, she traveled alone through the Colombian Amazon by motorcycle, by foot […]

Summer Travel Essentials with The Weekender

It was on a trip to Ireland when she was eight years old that Lauren Greenberg caught that elusive and impossible to shake travel bug. “I took pictures with my mom’s Minolta and wrote in my travel journal every night,” she remembers. Since that first trip, she has travelled the world — celebrating along with […]

Entertaining With :: Courtland Crosswell McBroom

Courtland Crosswell McBroom has been playing hostess for as long as she can remember. “I was such a ham as a little girl! I was always putting on a show for my parents’ dinner party guests and wanting to get in on the experience,” she says. “From going to the grocery store and party prepping […]

What’s New for July :: Travel

No matter the time of year, travel is always a hot topic around the Camille Styles headquarters — we all huddled behind Camille’s computer monitor on her first day back in the office to see all the photos from her recent trip to St. Tropez, and we have lived vicariously through Chanel’s summer jaunts to […]

A Patriotic Pool Party

The fireworks, BBQs and that timeless red, white and blue color palette — Fourth of July is without a doubt one of our favorite holidays! So, we couldn’t wait to light up the sparklers and get in on the overall festiveness of the occasion by throwing a patriotic pool party with Teavana, whose cool and fruity summer […]

Style in Spades :: A Day in Havana

We didn’t even have to board a plane to find the feel (and the tastes) of Cuba’s vibrant Old Havana. When our friends at kate spade new york asked us to bring some of the pieces from their latest Havana-inspired collection to life, we knew just where to go. Camille and friends hopped in to […]

Dream Job :: Garden & Gun’s Senior Editor

“Be fearless. If you really want to make it in this field, you have to go for it,” says Jessica Mischner, the smart as a whip, and full of authentic Southern charm senior editor of Garden & Gun, on making it in the competitive magazine industry. She moved to NYC after college and landed her first job […]

A Day at the Splash Pad with Joules

I don’t know about your hometowns, but when the Splash Pads opened in Austin on May 17, it seemed that everyone in the city was there to ring in the occasion. It’s one of the most popular ways parents find free fun and an escape from the heat during the hottest months of the year. […]

Weekend Notes

We missed our fearless leader this week while she has been away on her big 30th birthday/5 year wedding anniversary trip to St. Tropez  (check out Camille’s dreamy Instagram photos of the trip so far) and can’t wait for her return this week — in the mean time, I wanted to chime in and share […]

Father’s Day Gift Guide

I am always a sucker for anything old-school prep, so it was vintage love at first sight when I laid eyes on a Criquet Shirt a few years ago. They are super soft, available in an array of fun colors and remind me of a cool version of the golf shirts my dad rocked on […]

What’s New for June :: We Love Summer

Even though temperatures in Austin will be rising up in to the 90s (and I am almost eight months pregnant), I can’t wait for summer…and we are all particularly looking forward to this month’s editorial lineup that will officially kick off this new season! This week’s posts will start June off with a bang, as […]

How to Change Your Life

EDITOR’S NOTE: We are all big fans of the dynamic and all around ray of sunshine, Kelly Krause. Over the last year, we have watched her radically change her life to lose over 135 pounds. Through high intensity spinning classes at local indoor cycling studio, RIDE (Camille often peddling alongside her in class, witnessing her […]

Camille’s Collection on Joss & Main!

Joss & Main’s daily and finely curated sales are a can’t miss in our team’s inboxes, so we were thrilled when Camille was asked to put together her very own Curator’s Collection Sale. Inspired by her home that she describes as “simple and understated with a bohemian touch,” Camille selected items that could help bring […]

Love + Work :: Trey Hardee and Chelsea Johnson

The life of a professional athlete isn’t an easy one. Decathlete (and London 2012 Olympic silver medalist) Trey Hardee spends between 25 and 40 hours a week training in one of the 10 intense track and field events that make up the competition to be the “World’s Greatest Athlete.” And, Trey says he couldn’t do […]

Maile Roberts-Loring

In 1967, Maile Roberts-Loring’s dad and grandparents sat down to come up with a list of 54 things they should do together as a family. Opening The Salt Lick was 14 on the list. Forty seven years later, business is still booming and the Salt Lick has become an iconic figure on the BBQ scene. […]

Office Style :: Mod Fitness

In honor of this month’s theme (Wellness), this edition of Office Style is all about exercise gear. We asked the stylish (and inspiringly fit) girls of South Austin fitness studio, MOD, to fill us in on their favorite brands and pieces to rock during one of the studio’s high energy classes that incorporates barre work, […]

Tuesday Tastings :: Chocolate Pharmacy

I must admit I was skeptical when I first read about Chocolate Pharmacy’s new product—chocolate without soy, gluten, dairy or sugar! But, they had me at first bite…Jyl Kutsche and Amy Pancake, two vivacious yogis put their heads (and tastebuds) together to create eight raw chocolate flavors, each with a delightfully unexpected spice combination for […]