A Life in Print!

bask SP15_JAldrich_Cover_LowOkay, so if you haven’t picked up a copy of the Spring 2015  issue of Orange County’s own Bask Magazine, here is a copy of a lil’ something I put together for their “Bask Style” section.

Needless to say,  I’m thrilled to add anything even remotely approaching fashion editorial to my CV. So, stay tuned Happy Campers, as things are getting quite busy here!

(Which also helps to explain why it’s been a bit since my last posting. But hey, let’s focus on the positives, shall we?)


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[ Original Images via Bask Magazine ]

Retro Modernism

This past weekend, my social media feeds were ablaze with all the comings and goings out at Modernism Week in Palm Springs. While we had originally planned to be attending this year’s events, The Fates interceded and it just didn’t come to pass.  Never to mind, as there is always next year.

JNA Palm Springs All the hullabaloo, however, did cause me to rewind to my first Modernism experience in 2010. Modernism in 2010 was a tad smaller in its’ scope,  a bit more intimate in its’ feel and a little less frenzied in its’ pace than 2015.  In addition to the stellar collectors exhibition and sale, there was a fashion event that year that was a show stopper, as well as the fabulous vintage Air Stream display at a fresh Ace Hotel. It was, for us at that time, a lovely stroll around our own Palm Springs. Naturally, the week has since surged in it’s scale and it’s draw. It was only a matter of time. It’s also very just deserved spotlight.

Still, from the cold confines of our snow covered East Coast cottage, it’s hard not to take a wistful walk down Memory Lane. After all, doesn’t the saying go “you always remember your first time….?”

- jna

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Modernism Palm Springs 2010

“Design Dish” with Modern Luxury

Joseph Aldrich Interiors CA


[Original content via Interiors,CA/Modern Luxury]