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The Meaning of Handmade:  Vogel Bindery

April 24, 2014

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For over 20 years, the Vogel Bindery in East Hampton NY has been crafting books entirely by hand using traditional techniques virtually unchanged for 300 years. Jane Scott was lucky enough to receive a stunning gift from her dear friend Charlotte Moss made by Paul Vogel in celebration of…

Monogram Mondays:  Dorea

April 21, 2014

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The Dorea monogram is as chic as they come - we love it for the overlapping initials and beautiful hand-seeded detail stitches. It&'s the perfect option for a modern monogram that still looks and feels like something from the past. It works particularly well for a couple wishing to…

Monogram Mondays:  We Can’t Pick Just One!

April 14, 2014

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Sometimes the best part of a monogram style is the way it looks with your initials. Pair that with a unique combination of fabrics and colors and - voila - you've created something utterly and perfectly YOU.

Lexington Book Signing @ LV Harkness

April 10, 2014

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Another city, another smashing event! Special thanks to everyone at LV Harkness for setting the stage for a fantastic evening with old friends last night. It was a humbling experience to be welcomed home with such warmth. We'll take any excuse we can get for a chance to visit Lexington in…

Christofle Book Signing 4/8/14

April 09, 2014

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Special thanks to Charlotte Moss and Christofle for hosting our book signing event in NYC last night. What an elegant evening!

New Orleans Launch Party

April 04, 2014

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We launched the release of LINENS with a spectacular party last night - special thanks to the entire Leontine team for making the event an absolute smash. And we are off - check back soon for updates from NYC, Lexington, Memphis and beyond!

Monogram Monday:  A Cherished Heirloom

March 31, 2014

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There is nothing more pleasant than finding a vintage monogram tucked in a trove of antique linens. Jane Scott was lucky enough to inherit her great-great grandmother's trousseau as well as her monogram initials. These very pieces were the initial spark behind Leontine Linens. The…

Monogram Mondays: Malcolm

March 24, 2014

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It's almost here! We are just about a week away from the release of LINENS by Jane Scott Hodges. Today's Monogram Monday is the Malcolm style - a handsome block letter with a chinoiserie-inspired bamboo frame. Shown in gold thread on cognac linen, it makes for the warmest of invitations to sit and dine with friends. Photo by Joseph Rey Au.

Monogram Mondays:  Sadie

March 17, 2014

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The Sadie monogram is one of Jane Scott's favorites and is the perfect complement to an impromptu courtyard brunch with an Hermes scarf turned into a beautiful table cloth. People love the Sadie because of the unique way the initials nestle into the surname initial, for a design that is…

Monogram Mondays:  Etienne

March 10, 2014

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As a sneak preview to LINENS by Jane Scott Hodges, we are starting 'Monogram Mondays' where we post one of our favorite monograms and the story behind it...and we are starting with one of our very first original styles, Etienne. Our first monogram to receive national press, the Etienne,…

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