In the first instalment of a new, on-going series where we ask friends of Neighbour to choose their favourite pieces this season, we are excited to present photographer Jennilee Marigomen's selects.  

The Vancouver-based photographer, known for her sublime use of light and painterly compositions, is a long-time friend and often collaborates with us. Here, she shares her five favourite items from Neighbour/Woman.


1) Studio Medium Bow Incense holder


"This beautiful, memphis influenced piece by Studio Medium would look great placed on my coffee table, or any surface in front of me. It would be difficult to choose a colour, the combinations were thought through well."



2) Casa Malaspina A-Ok pin

"I make the effort to transfer this pin, designed by Karyna Schultz, between the coats and jackets I wear nearly everyday. Then when I put my coat away, I transfer the pin onto my shirt. It adds fun and interest to my mainly monochrome outfits. Looking at it makes me smile."


3) Stephan Schneider Language coat

"I have a weakness for robes. One time I tried to wear a japanese silk kimono on a mountain motorcycle ride with my boyfriend - despite my enthusiasm for it's beauty, he was not impressed. A more practical choice would have been this one - I love this coats double collar and unique weave. "


4) Luigi Ghirri Kodachrome book


"As a longtime fan of photographer Luigi Ghirri's photographs, this second edition of his 1978 book is a must have."


5) Junghans by Max Bill Automatic watch

"The Max Bill watch was a gift from my boyfriend, and is one of my most prized possessions. Timeless (pardon the pun) elegance and functionality with a great history. How often does one own a piece designed by someone renowned by his work as an architect, painter, sculptor and product designer? I really like it's details, especially the convex plexi face."



To see more of Jennilee's work, check out her website, tumblr, or super inspiring instagram feed. She has published work in The Plant Journal, Montecristo, and her latest book "Window Seat" is available here