Get your cherry blossom

Despite missing her terribly and begging her not to go (well not quite begging but you catch my drift), our marketing coordinator and graphic designer, Tegan, went on an enviable tour of Japan recently. Here’s Tegan’s top 10… Warning, we take no responsibility for the irresponsible behaviour that might follow the reading of this blog post (i.e. quitting…

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Your Home is Your Castle

Just when I think I have discovered the major dot points (because let’s face it, the place is pretty damn vast!) of what’s cool in India, I come across something else… Having never visited Tiruvannamalai, South India, it is now on my growing bucket list of places to go since stumbling across images of these…

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La Muralla Roja

How have I only just discovered La Muralla Roja?? I mean wow… My colour loving heart has totally fallen head over heels for this apartment complex rising from the clifftops of Calpe, a coastal town in Spain. Designed by Ricardo Bofill in 1973, this surreal geometric architecture is beyond unique, beautiful and a celebration of…

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Happy Holi

It’s no secret that at Sage x Clare we love colour! If there was ever a festival that speaks right to our colour-loving hearts, it’s Holi – the Hindu Festival of Colour. This was celebrated with frivolity over the weekend and I’m a little bit envious I wasn’t in India this year to partake! Merrymakers…

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L.O.V.E

After the celebration (or lack of celebration at my house!) of the universal day of love, I thought this blog post was an appropriate one. The other day I discovered a postcard I had completely forgotten about… a memento I brought home from a Sage x Clare scouting trip in Morocco many moons ago. Not just…

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Friends Big and Small

Having a bad day? Well here is a little something to warm the cockles of your heart! Women in a village near the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in northern India, have been extremely busy knitting super size onesies to protect these giants from this year’s freezing winter. Yes, you heard it right…

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