Style & Shopping My Top Ten by Priya Bhayana The director of Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment shares her favorite things. By By Lauren Bell | Photography by David Colwell | October 2015 Owl piggy bank: A gift from my sister when I started college. My family has a thing for owls and really solid budgeting techniques. Thread coffee: Small-batch coffee roaster that runs a great community-supported coffee program. Indian scarf: My go-to Indian clothing item. When I was living in Chicago, I found this at an Indian store along Devon Avenue (Chicago’s “Little India”). Shea butter from Pure Shea Store in Lexington Market: Really friendly owners, tons of great products, and scents to choose from! Sombrero ring: A gift bought in Tulum, Mexico, from my stepmom, with whom I share a taste for big, bold jewelry and bargains. Farmers’ market bag: For my weekly walks to the JFX farmers’ market. Necklace from 901 Arts: A simple, lovely necklace made by a 10-year-old girl at the awesome youth arts organization, 901 Arts. Shinola notebooks: Besides good food, my main splurges in life are on notebooks and fancy pens. Samosas from MemSahib: I imagine that heaven is just a large vat of these samosas. A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn. An eye-opening alternate account of the history most of us are taught growing up in the States.