fashion & shopping

Shopping: Things We Love this Week | 19.06.16

by

Belgrave Crescent Tuscany Tote

This week’s Things We Love features luxurious pink satin shirts and ruffly summer dresses, totes and halter tops and a little lace . . .

P.S. more Shopping & more Fashion

News 04.03.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Adam Schlesinger’s Incandescent Songwriting Talent Adam Schlesinger, who died on Wednesday, at fifty-two, of complications from covid-19, had an unusual public profile. He was a successful musician—very successful, by any reasonable measure. He played in acclaimed bands; he composed songs and scores for movies and Broadway and television shows. He won a Grammy and three »

Moodboard: Springtime Inspiration for Happier Days to Come

EVERY YEAR, AROUND this time, we always like to celebrate springtime with a bright moodboard of the all the beautiful things there are to look forward to: blossoming pink magnolias and bicycle rides, spectacular sunsets by the sea, light spring jackets and bouquets of white tulips―and while things feel like they may never been the same again, we created this moodboard for happier days to come…

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

SPENT MOST of the day Wednesday convalescing on the sofa by the fire, having fallen ill the night before with what is most likely the stomach flu, possibly brought on by food poisoning. It was most unpleasant, but given the current state of things in the world, could have been much, much worse, and for that I am grateful …

Interior Designer We Love: Madeleine Castaing

I have seen people preoccupied lately with all kind of topics―finances, careers, relationships―and I realize how easy it is these days to fall into a whirlwind of negative thoughts. But in order to remain positive and keep the good thoughts flowing, you have to fill your time with beautiful things: with art, books, music and inspiring stories.

News 04.01.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Everything feels new, unbelievable, overwhelming. At the same time, it feels as if we’ve walked into an old recurring dream. In a way, we have. We’ve seen it before, on TV and in blockbusters. We knew roughly what it would be like, and somehow this makes the encounter not less strange, but more so.

News 03.30.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Life has been no party lately. Coronavirus has shattered our routines, pitched our economy into free fall and left us stunned. We’ve been stripped of our social safety nets, those customary conversations with neighbors, friends and family. We’re isolated and split off from each other like fish from water …