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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 04.04.17

WE WORKED VERY HARD on the latest instalment of our original new series, You Are What you Consume, on Sofia Coppola, and we’re so happy you LOVE it so! Your many emails and notes about how refreshing it is to find new and original things in the blogosphere at this day and age warmed our hearts and made all the very hard work that goes into everything we do worthwhile. Incidentally, while we were researching Sofia’s likes and influences, we decided to watch one of her favourite films, The Heartbreak Kid (the original, 1972 version) and found it to be most amusing and thought-provoking and recommend it whole-heartedly. (If you do watch it, let us know what you think!)

This week’s links include a lovely micro-trend and America’s forgotten movie theatres, the Great Gatsby Mansion, Minimal Miami and much, much more …

Hope you’re well & speak soon,
Roséline xo

{p.s.} past weekend links

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A few lovely links :

 

* Updates: New at The Belgrave Journal

* Micro-Trend – blue & red accents: this top & these shoes

* After the Final Curtain: photographs show America’s forgotten movie theatres [de zeen]

* Stripes for Spring: this bow-embellished cold-shoulder striped seersucker top

* Décor: Apartment XII Studio Razavi [mode d’amour]

* For the weekend: the prettiest little black dress

* The Great Gatsby Mansion Is on the Market for $85 Million [Architectural Digest]

* For Springs dying days: this faux shearling-trimmed leopard-print faux fur coat (so French!)

* Photography: Minimal Hawaii by Aryton Page [arytonvibes.com]

* Springtime means Trench Coat season: and we love this one

* Happy Hour: Spring Citrus Spritzer [Lulus]

[Top Imagesvia @ig_italia /@meanderingmacaron / via @ootdgals /@thisoldhudson]

 
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