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Every spring, cinephiles and celeb lovers alike gather to watch the biggest actors in Hollywood receive praise for last year’s films. We thought about how we’d stylize the “Best Actress Nominees” with Joseph Nogucci products to suit their characters. Check out the JN accessories we chose!
Sydney Prosser, played by Amy Adams in “American Hustle”, has a major glam look going throughout the entire film. Her deep V cut dresses scream “look at me!” and we figured her jewelry should do the same. The Crystal Kikiballa Bracelet with matching earrings make the perfect addition to Sydney’s showy outfits.
Cate Blanchett in “Blue Jasmine” has a delicate and classic feminine style. Being spoiled by her rich husband, she would have developed an affinity for unique gold jewelry pieces. We think our Morfologi Wavemaker bracelets in gold and silver would be perfect for this troubled character.
“Gravity’s” female character Ryan Stone is a woman of simplicity. With a modest functional style, she would have a piece like the Svarowski Anchor Necklace to keep her grounded during all the turmoil and distress she must face in space.
A lady with a tough past behind her, Philomena (Judy Dench) is a vivaciously strong character. She’s the type to romanticize and collect memories. The IRIS charm bracelet would gather specific moments of her life and carry them in a neat reminder on her wrist.
You can tell as soon as the film starts that Violet Weston’s style is just as strong as her opinions. Merlyl Streep’s character in “August: Osage County” She prefers a big, statement-making piece to show people she means business. The Morfologi Hive Double Wide Bangle would do just that.
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My Fash Avenue is already thinking spring and with this winter feeling like it’s never going to end, we appreciate that! We love the look she’s put together: light denim jeans, floral top, nude pointy-toed pumps are paired perfectly with our delicate Morfologi Wavemakers.
To see more, check out My Fash’s blog post here.
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Viewers tuning into American Idol saw the idol hopefuls attending “Randy Jackson’s American Idol Boot Camp” featuring alums Adam Lambert & Chris Daughtry as mentors.
Adam was seen sporting a Joseph Nogucci Mr. Mo Bracelet on his left arm, given to him by a thoughtful fan. Adam has recently grown a mustache and facial hair and the choice of a Mr. Mo is all too appropriate: the Mr. Mo has been specially designed to accent and thicken nearby moustaches as well as serve as a symbol of peace, tranquility and happiness.
We think Adam always looks fantastic, with or without facial hair!
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Every two years athletes, sports enthusiasts, patriots, and newscasters from all over world gather together to take part in the Olympic Games. It’s always exciting to root for your home country and show your pride. We’ve selected our favourite items that show off the recognizable red and white colours of our home and native land.
Joseph Nogucci is thrilled to introduce its latest addition to the Dreamcatcher Collection. The Oh Canada Dreamcatcher bracelet represents the company’s roots in Canada. This beautiful piece of arm candy features bright red crystals entwined in white nylon cord. It will surely catch any jewellery lover’s eye and make an impression all year round.
A Canadian company, Danier has been selling leather goods since 1972. This bright red tote makes the perfect statement, and we love the super soft feel of the leather. It also comes with a detachable shoulder strap and an outer pocket so you can grab take your keys or wallet without fumbling around in the larger main section.
Roots has been known for their very Canadian creations, which is why this toque made it on our list. This Canada toque is the perfect topper to any winter outfit. We like that the pom pom gives it a playful twist.
These mittens from the Bay have become a staple in Canadian winter wardrobes. We see them all over the place and love that people are showing their pride for Canada. Not only are they warm, they’re unbearably cute too!
We love this duffle coat because it’s a classic. The bold red colour stands from the darker colours everyone accustoms themselves to. Everyone needs a wool coat in their wardrobe and the toggle buttons with the darker coloured block stripe makes the whole piece a lot more interesting.
What’s more exciting than gathering around the TV to cheer for your team with your family or pals? Keep warm and cozy under this wool throw while oohing and ahhing at the marvels of the Olympians on screen. This blanket from the Bay features yellow, red, green, and black stripes, very close to the colours of the rings that represent the games.
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Getting a good night’s sleep can be challenging, especially when we’re constantly “on”. Bedtime is that rare time of day where we can reflect and prepare ourselves properly for what comes in the morning. Here are 10 ways to help you find your zen before settling down for the evening.
1. Find your own lullaby
We may not have anyone to sing us to sleep, but there is always music. Find a sound that resonates with you. Soothing sounds from nature, like ocean waves or a woodland soundscape, transport us to a tranquil place. Some quiet instrumental piano or guitar might do the trick too.
2. Look through old photos
Reminiscing can bring back great feelings. Take a bit of time to look at old pictures from a recent vacation or some of your favourite memories. The happy nostalgic feelings will help ease your stress and put you in a good mood before you head to bed.
3. Cozy up with a cup of tea
There’s nothing more relaxing than sipping a warm beverage when it’s cold outside. Pick something without caffeine - there are so many delicious herbal mixes it’s impossible not to find one you like. If you’re stuck, try chamomile; it’s a classic.
4. Take a bubble bath
Once winter arrives, it feels like that cold feeling buries itself deep in your bones. Settle into a warm bath and enjoy a relaxing scent to soothe your senses. We often carry so much tension in our bodies that we’re not even aware of. A bath is a lovely way to ease that tension and relax your muscles before you turn out the lights.
5. Read a book
Working in an office staring at a screen all day can be very exhausting and straining on the eyes. Instead of watching TV before bed, try reading a novel. This will give your eyes some time to rest and will also prepare your mind for a peaceful sleep.
We often climb into bed with our minds racing over remnants of the day and worries about what’s on the agenda tomorrow. Take 5 minutes to sit or lie in a comfortable position and simply concentrate on your breathing. Close your eyes, focus on the tip of your nose, and feel every inhale and exhale fully. If you have thoughts that float by, that’s fine; acknowledge them, but don’t let your mind give them too much attention.
7. Give your thanks
It’s said that thankful people are happy people. When we concentrate on what we have, rather than what we don’t, we feel more at ease. Think about three things you are thankful for that day and you’ll surely go to bed with a smile on your face.
8. Light a candle
Candles are a perfect way to make the transition from work mode to sleepy time. The soft, flickering light will create a peaceful atmosphere and even warm up a chilly room. Just make sure to blow them out before going to sleep.
9. Dabble in aromatherapy
Aromatherapy has been used for thousands of years and can be a very useful tool in helping relax the mind. Try lighting a lavender-scented candle or drawing a bubble bath. There are also lightly scented eye pillows out there that will keep your eyes covered in case you are sensitive to light. Massaging some body lotion onto your skin will release tension and delight your nose.
10. Enjoy a glass of wine
Grape skins which are found in red wine contain melatonin, which is a hormone that helps our bodies know when it’s time for bed. There’s a reason they say wine is good for you (in moderation). It’s rich in antioxidants, can help lower cholesterol and help you live longer!
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If you haven’t been introduced to Morfologi yet, you’re missing out; it’s past time you met the architects of your dream designs. Introducing Daniel Christian Tang, Joseph Nogucci’s internal design team behind our exhilarating new line of custom 3D printed jewelry.
The Daniel Christian Tang design team is headed by architects. Lucky for us, they’ve shifted their focus and extensive training from skyscrapers to groundbreaking new bracelet designs. Once you’ve met your design consultant and been fitted for your first piece of custom printed archi-jewelry, you’ll see just what a difference their professional expertise makes. Our dedicated design consultants can’t wait to get started on making your jewelry dreams a reality. Your consultation takes place online, so distance will never be a barrier between you and your custom accessory experience.
Each and every Morfologi piece is 3D printed in the United States of America and designed in-house at our Toronto, Canada office with your input. Brilliance of above-and-beyond design meet the game-changing technology of 3D printing, and the result is a stunning line of jewelry that will take your breath away whenever you lay eyes on it.
Starting January 15, 2014 through to this coming Valentine’s Day, Morfologi is donating 10% of all proceeds from the sale of the Wavemaker Red Enamel Passion bracelet to the Heart & Stroke Foundation. We hope you take this opportunity to get in on what is fast becoming a staple of the wide world of fashion accessories, all while helping Joseph Nogucci and the Heart & Stroke foundation fight the good fight against heart disease.
The Wavemaker collection comes in eleven unique and meaningful options, available in nine variations of flawless colored enamel in addition to gold, rose gold and rhodium plated models. Like the Red Passion bangle, all of Morfologi’s colorfully enamelled Wavemakers are conceptualized around ideals like Purity, Spirituality, Balance, and Love. The themes are themselves drawn from some of the most inspirational and influential women our design team has ever had the privilege of meeting. In the coming weeks, we will be doing featured posts on the many muses behind the Wavemaker collection, and we hope you find the features as awe-inspiring as the proud and powerful women they are based on.
What means the most to you? We want you to design your Wavemaker stack to highlight your ideals and priorities. Are you Passionate, Loving, and Confident? In that case, striking Red coupled with warm Magenta and a deep Blue are the Wavemakers for you. The Wavemaker collection is tailored to your specifications every step of the way: the bangles themselves are 3D printed to your exact measurements, and the meaning and story of your personal bracelet stack is left entirely up to you.
This is more than jewelry - this is Morfologi.
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Winter this year has been brutally cold. Here is a list of our top 10 things to help you get through.
1. A snood
Is it a scarf or is it a hat? It’s both and that’s why we love them. A snood is like one of those awesome dynamic duos you can’t live without. You’ll look sharp and stay warm all winter long. Go for a dark plum, navy or oatmeal colour.
2. A book you just can’t put down
Let’s face it; no one wants to leave their house in the winter. It’s time for hibernation, which makes it the perfect time to tackle that pile of books you’ve been dying to read. Find a cozy spot on the couch, cuddle up, dig in, and escape the unbearable ice age.
3. A roaring fire
The familiar crisp and crackle makes us nostalgic for the nights spent in a tent under the stars. A fire can transport you to the sweltering days of summer and warm you up accordingly. Settle in with your friends or family around the hearth and revel in the bonding time. For those of you who don’t have a fireplace, here’s a link that might be able to help you out:
4. A down-filled coat
It’s important to find a solid coat to carry you through the winter months. The ideal winter jacket is long enough to cover your bum and has a hood to keep your head warm on days you don’t feel like wearing a hat. It’s also best to find a material that is at least water resistant to keep you dry when snowflakes start falling.
5. Waterproof boots
Some of you are lucky enough to live in places where it’s spring all year round. The rest of us, however, have to deal with the slush, the snow, the freezing rain. Finding a sturdy pair of waterproof, snowproof boots will make you so much happier. No more having to avoid the large piles of gray slosh or carefully maneuvering around the unavoidable puddles on street corners. A good pair of winter boots will keep you dry and make you feel invincible!
6. A winter activity
Alright, so earlier, we said to stay indoors, but how healthy can that be? In an effort to avoid cabin fever, we suggest some light activity at least 3 times a week. Because the days are so much shorter in the winter, it’s important to get some natural sunshine and vitamin D. Perhaps you are an avid snowboarder, ice skater or snowshoe-er, perhaps not. Try to find something to do outdoors (build a snowman, go for a 20-minute walk around the block) to get your heart rate going and the feel-good chemicals flowing.
7. A really good lip chap
We all know that the winter months bring really dry, cold air. Chapped lips in the wintertime can be a great annoyance, so the best thing to do to beat them is prevention. Find a good lip chap and keep one in your purse, one in your night stand, one at your desk- do whatever you need to do to remind yourself to use it. We found that slathering on a bit before going to bed helps repair the cracks overnight and will keep your lips soft. Our favourite? Carmex. It’s super heavy duty and makes your dry lips feel tingly from the mint!
Just like chapped lips, dry skin can really get you down. Applying some as soon as you get out of the shower helps lock in moisture. There are even moisturizers out there now that you can use in the shower and pat dry when you get out.
9. A signature tea or cocoa
There’s nothing like coming inside from the cold to a hot bevy. Our favourites for winter time are black teas with hints of chocolate or mint. Find something you like and you’ll feel toasty from the inside out.
10. A winter playlist
Sometimes the right music is all you need to get you into the winter spirit. Listening to something mellow might ease you into hibernation, or if you’re an outdoorsy type, something upbeat can certainly revive a tired soul. Whatever tickles your fancy!
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