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What I Recently Bought

11 . 19 . 16

Before you start buying gifts for everyone on your holiday list, you may want to take advantage of all the great sales to pick up something for yourself. I thought I’d share a few of things I added to my wardrobe and beauty routine this fall. Bon weekend! I love double-faced coats and this Double-Face […]

Yellow Woods

11 . 05 . 16

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy […]

Place of Peace

09 . 23 . 16

The East Hampton home where Jackie Bouvier Kennedy spent her childhood summers can now be yours. The 11-acre estate on Further Lane known as Lasata which is a Native American word for Place of Peace was designed by architect Arthur C. Jackson in 1917. It was purchased by Delphine and Reed Krakoff in 2007 and was extensively […]

September

09 . 03 . 16

“Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly that year. The morning of the first September was crisp and golden as an apple.” – J.K. Rowling

I wasn’t sure what to expect when the Metropolitan Museum of Art decided to rent out the old Whitney Museum on Madison Avenue to create the Met Breuer, new space dedicated to modern and contemporary art. Their first exhibition Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible is one of the most interesting and original shows I’ve seen in a […]

Suited Up

04 . 29 . 16

This was an exhausting non-stop week. So exhausting in fact that I feel asleep during a LED light treatment at Dr. Wade‘s office this afternoon. Part of my week was filled with meetings that had me thinking that maybe I need to buy a new suit. In a stroke of lucky timing, the new May 2016 issue of the […]

I’m off to Sag Harbor this morning for a little weekend getaway with a friend before celebrating my birthday on Monday at The Polo Bar. I’ve never been out east this early in the season but I’m looking forward to a relaxing stay at Baron’s Cove again. I also can’t wait to stop by the open […]

The Tribeca Film Festival is a very exciting time in New York for movie buffs. I was very lucky to get tickets to new documentary The First Monday in May last night and can’t say enough good things about the film. It was conceived by Andrew Rossi who previously directed the award winning documentary Page One: Inside […]

It’s cold and rainy in Paris this morning, so I’m dreaming of warmer weather and the new spring collection at J. McLaughlin is making me dream even harder. I love all the pretty colors and fun patterns that are perfect for work and weekend. I want to be wearing all of them while enjoying some sunshine. To help […]

By the Sea

11 . 13 . 15

I’m not really a fan of Angelina Jolie or Brad Pitt but I was intrigued enough by their new film to put aside my prejudices and see the film last night. By the Sea is set at a seaside hotel in the South of France in the 1970’s which is really what peeked my interest. […]

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