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We’ve had some beautiful weather this October and I made sure I went out for walks on all the sunny days. It was so nice to see so many homeowners and businesses decorate for fall and Halloween. The city is bustling and seems back to normal which feels so good. I can’t wait to see […]

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10 . 24 . 20

Sweater Weather

I think it’s finally going to be cold enough to wear my heavy sweaters this week and this one is the one I look forward to wearing most of all. Wait until you find out how much the clutch costs too. Structured Shoulder Cable Knit Sweater – This sweater is the perfect update to the traditional […]

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The weather is about to turn cold here in NYC and that means we’ll have to start wearing boots again. In order to help get you ready, AERA New York, the vegan and sustainable luxury footwear brand that recently launched, is offering HC readers a special discount. AERA is generously offering 20% off on all […]

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I’m excited for this week because there are a few new movies debuting online including Rebecca on Netflix today, On the Rocks on Apple TV on Friday, and The Undoing on HBO on Sunday. I watched the adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier’s novel Rebecca today starring Lily James, Armie Hammer, and Kristin Scott Thomas […]

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I was wondering if Net-a-Porter was going to have a sale this fall and their Friends and Family Sale was worth the wait. There are so many great pieces that are 25% off in their special edit and you don’t need a code to save. The discount is automatically applied when you add the item […]

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When my friend and I visited the Berkshires in August, we stopped by the Hancock Shaker Village in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. I posted on Instagram that designers should visit since I found the simplicity of design and color choices infinitely inspiring. It looks like one of them actually took my advice. Tory Burch photographed her Spring […]

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If you follow Ashley Stark on Instagram, you may have seen her weekly posts on the status of her family’s townhouse renovation. Once the house got closer to completion, the posts stopped which was a sure sign that it would be featured in a magazine. And not just any magazine. The townhouse which was gut […]

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British fashion designer Peter Copping mentioned to me a few months back that he and his French husband Rambert Rigaud were creating a home line named after their beloved 15th-century manor house in Normandy. La Carlière has just been featured in the Financial Times How to Spend It and it’s just as good as I suspected. The […]

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The fall temperature in New York has been very warm lately but cooler weather is here today and this is my outfit. Long time readers know that grey is my go to color for fall and winter and this year I’ve updated it with some new accessories. Grey Double-Faced Wool Coat – I purchased my […]

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During quarantine, I would often have insomnia and wake up at 3:00am and doomscroll Instagram. One of the accounts that helped me relax belonged to Jasper Conran in Dorset, England. He would post videos of his morning walk with his dog Minnow which were incredibly beautiful and relaxing and brought me so much comfort. That’s […]

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Does it feel like it’s harder to be happy these days? Between the pandemic and the constant negative news cycle, I feel like I have to constantly work on being happy because it’s easy to get brought down by it all each day. I posted this list of 12 Things Happy People Do Differently over […]

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Even though it’s autumn in New York, I’m thinking about springtime in Paris thanks to Emily in Paris and some other things going on this weekend and month. You will enjoy them no matter where you live. I’m finishing up my last day of Prolon Fast Mimicking Diet so I’ve been home all day binging […]

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