weekly wrap up + new sweet paul magazine

For next week’s radio show, I pre-recorded a session with one of my favorite people, Meg Mateo Ilasco. She was in town for Design Week, so I scooped her up and stole her away to the studio where we talked about everything from working moms to print magazines. One of the magazines that came up during our conversation was Sweet Paul. Paul Lowe’s magazine continues to be one of the best examples of what an independent publication can be, and I’m thrilled that there’s a new issue out today!

In addition to the online version, Paul is now printing Sweet Paul, and Anthropologie will be carrying it starting June 15th. So if you’d like to pick up an issue (it’s packed with projects, flowers, recipes and great trend stories), you can check it out here or pick up a print (yay!) version at Anthropologie stores in two weeks. A big congrats to Paul on launching a German version of the magazine, too. Go Paul, go!

I’m heading out for the weekend, so I hope you all have a fantastic break, and I’ll see you back here on Monday. xo, grace

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

  1. Becca says:

    Thanks for the introduction to ‘Sweet Paul Magazine’ – I hadn’t heard of it before and can’t wait to check it out.

  2. Nina B. says:

    That is the most beautiful magazine I have ever seen. Thank you!

  3. I agree with Becca. And those pops look so perfect, summer-y and delicious! Yum!

  4. I read his blog frequently..great recipes and diy projects!

  5. Elissa says:

    I just started reading this blog about a month ago – love it! I also can’t wait to check out ‘Sweet Paul Magazine’!


  6. jette says:

    Sweet Paul magazine is also out in Danish. It comes as a free supplement to one of Denmark’s oldest weekly magazine for ladies. ;-)


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