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News 03.22.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

When I was a child, the grownup books in my house were arranged according to two principles. One of these, which governed the downstairs books, was instituted by my mother, and involved achieving a remarkable harmony—one that anyone who has ever tried to organize a home library would envy—among thematic, alphabetic, and aesthetic demands

Hiding Your Television in Plain Sight

If only every unsightly television could be encased behind the two-way glass of a giant gilded mirror above the fireplace mantle as in the suites of The Ritz. If not, then the next best thing would be to hide a television in plain sight.

Paris: Favourite Shopping Addresses on the Rive Gauche

The Most famous département stores in Paris are a stopping point on all touristic itineraries. Aristide Boucicaut is one of the pioneers of creating the département store, opening “Au Bon Marché” in 1852. Since then the phenomenon of this style of shopping has become an integral part of life in France.

News 03.20.19 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Last year, two satellites the size of cereal boxes sped toward Mars as though they were on an invisible track in space.

Logo Mania: The Return of Fendi & Karl Lagerfeld’s Last Work

This is a time of fashion houses reissuing their iconic pieces, and with Fendi’s reissuing of its Baguette on the SS19 runways and Karl Lagerfeld’s recent passing away, the Italian fashion house is very much on everyone’s minds. The late designer did, after all, work for the brand for 54 years. So for this edition of Style Inspiration, we’ll look at the many iterations of Fendi’s iconic FℲ branded pieces, from mock turtlenecks and knits to capes, tights, and trenches, and of course, the Baguette.

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

TO SAY THAT HASN’T BEEN a great week around the world would be an understatement, with the horrific shooting at two mosques in New Zealand by an Australian terrorist last Friday afternoon, the on-going Brexit debacle and other unhappy news events. There were two bright lights in all this darkness, however.

 
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