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Mad About Maury

12 . 15 . 15

The last two weeks have been filled with holiday parties and events. There is none more chic than the party given each year by John Demsey, Group President of the Estee Lauder Companies, at his townhouse. While at his party Tuesday night, I noticed a very chic looking older gentleman on the other side of the […]

Petite Chic

09 . 24 . 14

Every time I think that T magazine can’t possibly out do themselves, they manage to surprise me.  Featured in the Design Issue that will be included in The New York Times this Sunday, September 28th is the New York apartment of designer Stephen Sills.  While it is well known and has been published before, it is my […]

Sir John’s Sanctuary

09 . 13 . 14

Also out this weekend is the Men’s Style issue of T Magazine.  I already picked up a copy and let out an audible gasp when I saw the photos of the Connecticut home of Sir John Richardson inside.  The London-born Richardson started his career in the art world by opening the New York office of Christie’s […]

A French Folie

07 . 15 . 14

I recently had the pleasure of meeting Sally Perrin of Perrin Paris in her beautiful apartment designed by French interior designer Chahan Minassian. While I was there, she and her daughter Chloe told me about the family’s former house in Normandy. They loved it but decided to sell because they rarely used it after they moved […]

Enjoy the Silence

04 . 13 . 14

When people ask me if I know what post has been the most popular in the almost seven years of writing Habitually Chic, I don’t even have to think.  I know it’s the post about Jenna Lyons’ brownstone in Brooklyn, Jenna Lyons Home: The Complete View from 2009. When I was photographing her for my book Creativity […]

A Little Design

04 . 12 . 14

Just a reminder that the design issue of T magazine will be in The New York Times newspaper this Sunday. The design included runs the gamut from colorful in Tangiers to minimalist in Paris.  I loved hearing French architect Joseph Dirand describe the thought process behind the design of his new Paris flat in the […]

Weekend Reading

02 . 15 . 14

We’re expecting more snow today so I’m glad I already have a copy of T magazine and lots of March magazines to read this weekend.  T magazine will be included in The New York Times newspaper on Sunday, February 16th.  And don’t forget that WSJ magazine will be in the Wall Street Journal newspaper on […]

Another Chic Chateau

09 . 15 . 13

I always love special men’s issues of magazine because they are usually less full of fluff.  They are also often full of new names and faces in art and design.  The men’s issue of T magazine this weekend is no exception.  I especially loved the feature on furniture designer André Dubreuil in his family’s 18th-century home, Château […]

I’m not usually that impressed with the homes that the New York Times features but this 17th-century chateau had me at hello.  It was a bit run down when Giuseppe Laviani and his family bought it for $500,000.  They put $500,000 worth of renovations into the 9,000 square foot chateau on 20 acres. To a […]

The Clash

08 . 24 . 13

The new issue of T Magazine will be in Sunday’s New York Times newspaper but I already started reading it online.  I absolutely loved this spread The Curious Appeal of Pieces that Clash.  I don’t think I can afford one single thing but a girl can dream.  PHOTOGRAPHS By CHARLIE ENGMAN. STYLED By CATHERINE NEWELL-HANSON.

Lee in T

02 . 07 . 13

There has been a lot of buzz this week about the launch of T magazine and WSJ Magazine next weekend.  For those of you not following along, Deborah Needleman was the editor in chief of the WSJ Magazine but decamped to overhaul T magazine for The New York Times.  Harper’s Bazaar editor Kristina O’Neill is […]

Parisian Dream

06 . 02 . 11

I’m swamped with work so until I can take a breath and write a post, I encourage you to head over to The New York Times. I loved the story of a designer who bought a little house in Paris.  It’s also a great reminder that it’s never to late to make your dreams come […]