Habits Happenings / jackson hole

  • 2018 Images

        Habits has to tell a visual story because I respond best to a lovely image.  I am so fortunate to have a wonderful crew who understands this too.  As the year comes to an end, I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of our favorite images from 2018.  I am grateful for this talented posse.  Betsy Wright-Clark, Lisa Flood, and Mallory Mantle-Yarto.

     Cheers to creating more of these beautiful images in 2019. 

    swan valley photo shoot

    swan valley photo shoot

    raquel allegra swan valley shoot

    jackson hole public art

    jacksonhole public art

    center for the arts

     

    nick fouquet barn shoot

    nick fouquet hardeman barn shoot

    nick fouquet hardeman barn shoot

    lisa flood

    cowboy bar and elderstatesman

    mursells sofie d'hoore

    lisa flood glitter

    tee lab johnny farah handbag

    nick fouquet

    nick fouquet

    sofie d'hoore

    nico nico janessa leone

    swan valley shoot

     

     

     

     

     

  • Pre-Eclipsia


    magnolia pearl tee

    With municipal officials texting residents to prepare for the equivalent of a state of emergency, grocery stores reporting empty shelves and record sales, and estimations of upwards of 100,000 people descending on our little town; pre-eclipse hysteria is in full swing here in Jackson.

    We at Habits are doing our best to take it all in stride (although we did—we must admit—stock up on wine and vodka—hey, you never know). To give those who are tired of looking heavenward a break, we will open at one o'clock in the afternoon of August 21 and then will resume regular hours for the rest of Eclipse Week. 

    Apolis Tote

    While we have no Eclipse wares per se, we do have full moon tees by Magnolia Pearl, as well as our exclusive Apolis Jackson Hole tote and Scosha coordinates bracelet, hand stamped with Jackson's latitude and longitude. 

    Scosha coordinates bracelets

     

    Stop by the store and say howdy.

  • Rodeo Style

    Jackson Hole may be synonymous with great skiing, but at its heart, Jackson is a Western town. Fun fact:  Jackson had a rodeo before it was even incorporated. Our rodeo has been held almost continually since 1920, and to make the story even better, the family of one of Jackson’s earliest settlers—Sylvester Wilson--owns and runs it.

     

    Every Wednesday and Friday evening, come summer, you’ll find the Jackson Hole Rodeo in full swing at the Teton County Fairgrounds. Rodeo ain’t easy—to quote one of our favorite sayings: “And you thought football was tough, welcome to rodeo.” It may be demanding, but it sure is fun to watch.

     

    To celebrate this quintessential Jackson tradition, we headed to the rodeo’s home base with two of our favorite Jackson girls—Annie and Madison—and attired them in our own fresh take on Western wear. For instance,  Visvim and cool NYC label 6397 tee-shirts, pair beautifully with Moussy jeans and Janessa Leone hats. Or an airy Raquel Allegra dress styled up with a pair of to-die-for Visvim moccasins, a trio of necklaces, a fat leather and turquoise CLP bracelet and a Pamela Love ring. While these looks certainly have a western nod,  We would take them anywhere. 

     

  • Election 2016

    Living in a western town and having grown up in Texas, there is always a sense of independence and get'er done attitude. As we look to the possibility that we might elect a woman for president (hopefully), I wanted to share a bit of Jackson's political history.

    Jackson, Wyoming has the historical distinction of being the first town in the United States to be governed entirely by women.

    Women, in particular, were tired of what they considered to be a do-nothing council whose members seemed to care more about their ranches and businesses than improving Jackson’s quality of life.

    The election of women to run Jackson was an indication that Owen Wister’s West had changed. The new “petticoat government” took a “demoralized” town and turned it into what Mayor Grace Miller described as a “clean, well-kept, progressive town in which to raise our families.”" (an excerpt from Western Americana)

    As they say "A Rooster crows, but a Hen delivers".  Good luck to Mrs. Clinton and let's keep our country a well-kept, progressive place in which to raise our children.

     

     

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