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As I mentioned yesterday, I had a wonderful summer but there is nothing I look forward to more than autumn in New York. Fall is the city’s finest season. There is electricity in the air again and fashion week begins which is always exciting. There are also many anticipated art exhibitions, design events, and auctions […]

Winding Down

08 . 22 . 18

I’m ready for August to wind down and this feature of Christy Turlington from Vogue Poland sums up the end of summer vibes. I can’t wait for sweater weather.  Photos from Vogue Poland via Fashion Gone Rogue

End of Summer Blues

09 . 06 . 15

I personally love fall. I can’t wait for it to arrive each year because autumn is New York’s best season. Fashion week starts right after the Labor Day holiday which starts things off with a bang. There is a palpable energy in the air. But I understand that not everyone feels the same way, especially young students […]

Shifting into Neutral

07 . 21 . 14

I don’t wear a lot of color to begin with but this time of year always makes me want to start shifting into neutrals in preparation of autumn.  Here’s a little inspiration to help you get in the mood too.  Photo of Paris by me.  Saint Laurent Sac Université Shoulder Bag Daria Werbowy for Mango.  […]

Savoring Summer

08 . 31 . 12

Labor Day weekend in America is the unofficially end of summer.  Where did the time go?!  But just because it’s almost fall doesn’t mean you have to put away your stripes.  Saint James has just debuted a new eight piece capsule collection at Barneys that are perfect for what the French call  la rentrée.  It […]

Summer Repeat

09 . 02 . 11

I’m trying to enjoy my last few days of summer so I’m taking a little time off.  Instead of leaving you high and dry, I am reposting one of my favorite summer houses from the Hamptons.  (If TV can repeat shows, why can’t I repeat posts?!)  The house belongs to Helen Lee and Tim Schifter and […]

When summer gathers up her robes of glory, And, like a dream, glides away. – Sarah Helen Whitman Photos from Domino, Christopher Baker and unknown