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So many people are back in the city for work and school that New York is definitely feeling back to normal but with masks. One thing that has helped with the normality is the reopening of museums. I visited The Metropolitan Museum of Art on Friday with a friend and it felt so good to […]

I have donated to Housing Works for years and I love supporting this wonderful organization. When pr powerhouse James LaForce invited me to sit at his table for the Housing Works Groundbreaker Awards Dinner last night, I immediately said yes. Before dinner, we were able to check out the Design on a Dime vignettes designed […]

My friend and I couldn’t believe the Louis Vuitton exhibition Volez Voguez Voyagez was free. It’s so large and extensive that they could easily charge $50 for admission. The exhibition, curated by Olivier Saillard, retraces the adventure of the House of Louis Vuitton from 1854 to the present. It begins with the iconic trunks for […]

I’m super excited to be hosting a joint Habitually Chic 10 year anniversary party and William Sonoma Home new store opening in Chelsea on Thursday, September 28th. I’ll be celebrating and sharing styling tips and my favorite fall finds from Williams Sonoma Home. There will also be chic craft cocktails, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and great […]

Chelsea Flower Show

05 . 25 . 17

If I had known the beauty of the Chelsea Flower Show, I definitely would have booked a ticket to London. The photos from Jo Rodgers on Vogue.com are stunning, as are her photos on Instagram. Definitely check them out.

One of the most anticipated events every January is the Winter Antiques Show which benefits the East Side House Settlement, a community resource in the South Bronx with programs that “focus on education and technology as gateways out of poverty and as the keys to economic opportunity.” The mix of art, antiques, objects, and jewelry never […]

Hermione Voyage 2015

07 . 02 . 15

Whether you will be in New York City for the Fourth of July holiday or out on Long Island, I highly recommend you make time to visit the Hermione. The tall ship is an “exact replica of General Lafayette’s 18th-century ship called the Hermione. Today, the majestic vessel is the largest and most authentically built […]

The blue and white striped space that Miles Redd designed for Housing Works Design on a Dime makes me want to book a trip to Capri asap. It reminds me of the things I love about the JK Place Hotel. Since I can’t book a trip right now, maybe I’ll make due with a fern […]

Today was a busy day full of events including the always wonderful Housing Works Design on a Dime. Each year designers create room vignettes full of donated furniture, art, and accessories to benefit Housing Works, the non-profit charity helping those with HIV/AIDS and the homeless. There were a lot of great spaces but I really […]