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A REFLECTION ON WOMANHOOD


The Journal is a collection of interviews with passionate & multifaceted women who embody the Voloshin lifestyle

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Voloshin Woman: Meet Anne Pomp

I first met Anne when she and John were gardening on the block we both shared in Olde Kensington. I was so taken with her warmth and their love of design. Their contemporary furniture and lighting collection, John Pomp is so elevated and refined - yet has a cool, understated look that I find so appealing. I deeply admire their commitment to traditional craftsmanship and manufacturing in the inner city. It was such a pleasure to visit their workshop and see their latest design projects.

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Meet: Jewelry Designer Lindley Gray

I met Lindley through a mutual friend (Alicia from Lingua Nigra). Alicia and I were chatting at Capsule, a trade show in LA and she mentioned Lindley had just moved to Philadelphia. A few weeks later Lindley and I met up at one of our favorite local coffee shops, La Colombe and ended up chatting for the longest time. I was so fascinated with her specific point of view, her jewelry is gorgeous and everything goes together in just the right way. I loved getting to visit her beautiful home, and see her inspiring studio. Her sketches are lovely, and it was really fun to see how the work evolves. Read on to hear about her career in jewelry and...

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Patriae Shopping Event

We took a trip over to Asbury Park to co-host a fun pop up event with Patriae. Her boutique is absolutely gorgeous and filled with unique treasures - I highly recommend making the trip to do a little shopping after getting in some beach time.

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Meet: Christine Tan

Christine and I both attended the Rhode Island School of Design - and I had the good fortune of meeting her at the Philadelphia RISD alumni chapter’s annual Valentine’s day party. She was one of the first to arrive - and I was instantly taken with her vivacious personality and obsession with good design. Her business card is this amazingly thick piece of chipboard with amazing debossing - and I knew that we just had to get to know each other more. Her design studio is incredible - she transformed an old antique shop on Girard Avenue into a modern design studio. I hope you enjoy reading about her career and passion for design as much as I did!

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