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Leah Goren Gift Wrap + Best of the Web

by Maxwell Tielman


As I drove up through the Catskill mountains today on my way to photograph Hudson Made’s Andes, NY studio (on the site next week!), it suddenly dawned on me that fall is officially here. The crisp air this morning had forced me to don a thick sweater and now the view through my windshield was nothing but red, orange and yellow-dappled trees—a true sign of the season if there ever was one. Celebrating fall comes in a lot of forms, but here at D*S, we tend to prefer the quiet moments spent inside on chilly days, cuddling up with our furry, four-legged friends. If that sounds like your cup of tea (and why wouldn’t it?), we know you’ll love the new gift wrap we’ve been crushing on lately—a fabulous collaboration between artist Leah Goren and the paper goods company Knot & BowI mean, come on, who doesn’t love a good cat print? Check out some more of the collection here, here, and here! Have a lovely autumn weekend everyone! xx Max

Above: Leah Goren’s Black & White Cat Gift Wrap


Above: Leah Goren’s Indigo Cat Gift Wrap



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