FREE SHIPPING & RETURNS ON ALL U.S. GROUND ORDERS

Let Chloe (our paper doll model) help you go patriotic this Fourth.  Mix and match reds, whites and blues in the most stylish ways possible.  Check her out here: mix-n-match-chloe.  And have a happy Fourth!

xoxo L*Space

0 Comments
1 Comments

The birth of the modern day bikini was July 1, 1946.  Invented by a man but fine tuned by women, the first-ever bikinis were considered scandalous with their body baring, navel revealing styles. Over the decades, they’ve gotten smaller and we think, BETTER.

Imagine that –– an entire outfit that fits neatly in the palm of your hand.   Truly the world’s sexiest use of fabric.

Bon anniversaire, bikini!

Pictured above: Brigitte Bardot –– one of the first to wear a bikini.  Gorgeous.

0 Comments

I have an obsession. An obsession that has taken over my ability to often times, get work done, or focus. This obsession has tapped into my creative side and has inspired me to host parties with themes, plan a home makeover, and purchase things I didn't think I needed before. My obsession: PINTEREST!

What is PINTEREST you ask? Basically, it's a virtual "pinboard" that allows you to pull images off the internet of anything that inspires you and categorize them to your hearts content. I have "pinboards" titled: Foodie, My Style, Par-tay, DIY etc. You can browse the internet and be the first to "pin" something, or browse other members "boards" and "repin", follow your friends comment, or like! It's a lot like Facebook but WAAAY cooler.  And if you're at all creative or just like looking at REALLY COOL pictures, it definitely should be on your radar. So what are you waiting for? Go waste precious time! I'm telling you, it's addicting!

Happy Pinning!

1 Comments
A French artist famous for her use of strong colors and geometric shapes, Sonia Delaunay was not only a painter, but a textile, set, and fashion designer as well.  In a word, TALENTED.  And of course, she's on our radar because of her fabulous swimsuits -- even if they were made of wool.  Wool!  Check out her 1928 suit below.
For more about Sonia, including the first major exhibition of her work in the US in the last thirty years, check her out at the Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum. P.S. She was known as a modern artist and designer who "merged art and everyday life."  LOVE that.

0 Comments
IF YOU LIKE YOU MAY PROVIDE US WITH MORE DETAILS TO FULLY CUSTOMIZE YOUR EXPERIENCE ON LSpace
FIRST NAME:
GENDER:
BIRTHDAY:
INTERESTS:


ZIP CODE: