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04 . 17 . 19

Charming Charleston

I was going to try to write a post this morning before my friend Andrew Brown arrived from Birmingham but the weather is gorgeous and I want to get outside and explore more of Charleston. The last time I was here it was winter and a little chilly so this weather is a treat. I […]

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I had originally planned a different post today but I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge the devastating fire at the Cathédrale de Notre-Dame de Paris yesterday. Everyone was in shock that a structure that was built in the 12th-century that had survived the Revolution, World War II, and the elements could be struck […]

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I’m headed to Charleston tomorrow and I could not be more excited. (Just a reminder that those of you who receive the email subscription are a day behind so when you read this, I’ll already be in Charleston.) I knew after my first visit in December 2016 that I wanted to return. It’s such a […]

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I posted about Le Mas des Poiriers in 2017 and I’m still in awe of this property two years later. It’s currently featured on the cover and inside the March/April 2019 issue of Veranda where you read more about the 200 year old farmhouse and it’s extensive property. Renovating and reviving the property was a […]

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As the weather and seasons change, it’s a good time to take stock of your beauty products and see if anything needs updating. I’ve just tried a few new products that I love and wanted to share my reviews in case you need a change too. I have been trying the cult creams from Augustinus […]

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04 . 12 . 19

Spring in Central Park

Sorry for the lack of posts the last two days. I had a lot going on this week including a sore throat that luckily didn’t turn into anything more. I’m also trying to finalize all my plans for my birthday trip to Charleston next week. I did manage to take a walk in Central Park […]

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Back in December, I had the opportunity to attend a sneak peek preview of the Drew Barrymore Flower Home collection for Walmart. Actually, I didn’t know who I was going to show up and see because it was a secret. I was a little nervous but was excited to see it was Drew who couldn’t […]

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04 . 08 . 19

Spring in Bloom

It was a beautiful weekend in New York and the trees and flowers are just finally starting to bloom. I took a walk in Central Park with the entirety of New York to take in the daffodils and magnolia trees. We’re finally catching up to what feels like the rest of the world, as witnessed […]

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After my press preview at Hermès yesterday, I decided to walk the entire length of the High Line to check out the first phase of the new Hudson Yards shopping and event complex. I had delayed visiting when it first opened due to the crowds and location. I wish it was more conveniently located because […]

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On Thursday morning, I headed downtown to preview the new Hermès store in the Meatpacking District. The area used to actually be where they packed meat in New York. You would almost break an ankle on the cobblestones when you went to Pastis or Florent. Now those iconic places are gone and the cobblestones have […]

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