Tastemaker: Joanna Hawley


We have a new lifestyle site on our radar: Clementine Daily. Created by Executive Editor Erin Loechner and her inspired team, Clementine Daily’s mission is to celebrate the everyday – the good and the bad. We’re visiting it for the latest in style, beauty, design and food, as well as tips on wellness, etiquette, advice and inspiration. This week, we’re pleased to share the stories of each team member. Today, meet Clementine Daily Shopping Editor Joanna Hawley.


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In 2012, Joanna Hawley created Jojotastic as a place to spotlight everything from runway-fresh fashion to home-porn interiors—with the occasional catstagram tossed in for good measure. Joanna is an Anthropologie housewares designer by day, and blogger by night, she also writes for Anthology Magazine. She spends her spare time indulging in wanderlust, climbing rocks, and questing for the perfect apple pie.

What are four things that inspire you?


1. "I am constantly inspired by adventure, especially when water is involved! I just love to float and wash away all the cares in the world."

2. "Florist Sullivan Owen always reminds me of how amazing nature can be. Her combinations are always so exciting and interesting."

3. "I often take to my sketchbook when I'm lacking inspiration. There's something about digging in and just playing with paint that always gets the creative juices flowing!"

4. "When all else fails, a trip to the flea market always inspires me!"

What BRIKA products are on your wishlist?


1. Pattern Pieces Coasters  |  2. Push Pop Confetti  |  3. Black + White Hearts Ceramic Bowl  |  4. Pearl Chain Bracelet

P.S. You could WIN Joanna's pick on Instagram!

Check back tomorrow to see what inspires Clementine Daily's Food Editor! If you haven’t yet signed up for BRIKA, hop to it and discover well-crafted goods from inspiring and passionate Makers at brika.com. Did you like this story? You’ll probably like these as well!
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