“Chandelier” for Hippik; $125
Photo by Aesthetic Aperture
I have sometimes described Hippik as “Anthropologie for Horsey Women,” A lifestyle brand for home and horse; barn and body: Design and Fine Art, Furnishings, Found Objects, Clothing, Equipment and Products for Horse and Rider.
If, say, the Addams Family had a farm.
After all no two horsewomen are alike. And some of them don’t even particularly like actual horses. Nothing wrong with wanting to look like you just wandered in from the barn–but without the hay in your hair, hair on your clothes and manure on your shoes.
But I personally like all those things.
So, I ask myself: What Would Morticia Do?