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This Fourth of July post has taken me longer to finish than anticipated since I kept adding items. I wanted the whole family to be included since celebrations this year are going to be over the top so I’ve put together over 50 fun items in red, white, and blue to get you ready for […]

“Whether you consider it a fresh start or a clean slate, there is nothing better than the beginning of January to plan out what you want to do in the coming year. I personally love a new blank calendar just brimming with possibilities. I like to plan out each month which helps me plan out […]

Whether you consider it a fresh start or a clean slate, there is nothing better than the beginning of January to plan out what you want to do in the coming year. I personally love a new blank calendar just brimming with possibilities. I like to plan out each month which helps me plan out […]

I love my apartment and all my antiques and paintings but sometimes I dream about painting everything white and parring things down. The perfect example of this chic minimal look is the Connecticut home of Michael DePerno and Andrew Fry who are owners of the store Plain Goods in New Preston, Connecticut. I posted their home last […]

Summer officially started last Friday and now we’re bracing for a heat wave in New York this week. This makes it the perfect time to wear white dresses. I only have one in my closet right now so I’m searching for some new options. If you are as well, I’ve pulled together some of my […]

I’m in Sag Harbor this week and I’ve already done a little shopping. It was warmer than expected when I arrived so I bought this white shirt and yesterday I finally succumbed to the Birkenstock trend with this white pair from the Goop pop up shop. Since it’s raining here today and I am delaying […]

I need to plan another warm weather getaway since I just received a beautiful new dress from Danielle Fichera.  I love her collections because every one of her pieces is designed with sustainably sourced fabrics and made in the New York garment district. Danielle is known for her use of fil coupé fabric and I […]

As many of you get ready to jet off to warmer climates soon, you will definitely want to order something for your trip from the new luxury resort collection from Danielle Fichera. I had a chance to visit her showroom last month and I can attest that each piece is beautifully made in Italian fabrics […]

In addition to flay lay outfits, I’ve been receiving many requests for color posts. I lost interest after other people started to copy them but since so many readers love them, I will try to bring them back on a more regular basis. As a follow up to yesterday’s neutral outfit is a neutral color […]

Sorry for the radio silence the last few days. I forgot how hard it can be to blog while away on a trip. I’m headed back to New York this afternoon and luckily JetBlue Mint has excellent Fly-Fi so I try to play catch up. Long time readers may remember Francisco Costa’s gray apartment that […]

The Duchess of Cambridge wore another pretty white lace dress to Royal Ascot in June. Last year, it was by Dolce and Gabbana. This year, it was a custom white lace dress by Alexander McQueen based on Alexander McQueen Lace Mini Dress that still available in one size here. Since her exact dress is not available, […]

When I was in Miami for Art Basel in December 2014, my friend and I drove up to Bar Harbor. Along the way, we passed a huge construction site for the Surf Club. My friend who I was with actually remarked that he owned a book Surf Club about the old club by Assouline. Well, […]

Carte Blanche

03 . 19 . 17

Every designer’s dream project is one where the client gives them carte blanche. That’s probably easier to do when the space in question is a Parisian pied-a-terre and the designer is Joseph Dirand. Not only did he design the 6,500 square foot apartment on the Avenue Montaigne but also chose all the artwork. A lot […]

It’s snowing this morning in New York so I can’t think of a better time to revisit my recent trip to Los Cabos, Mexico with THIRDHOME. At the beginning of the trip,  I was looking at all the traditional Mexican architecture with warm colors and terra cotta roofs and wondered if anyone ever designed anything white and […]

End of Summer Neutrals

09 . 01 . 16

By all these lovely tokens September days are here, With summer’s best of weather And autumn’s best of cheer. – Helen Hunt Jackson, September, 1830-1885 Russo Stretch-Cady Blazer The Row Shoulder Bag Belted Wool-Felt Coat Burberry London Sandals

Black and White

08 . 25 . 16

There comes a point every August when I want to burn all my summer clothes and that time is now. I’m tired of color too and have started wearing mostly black and white as I start to transition my closet for September. If you are feeling the same, here’s a little inspiration to get you […]

As you know, Sag Harbor is my favorite place in the Hamptons. When I’m in town, I love stopping by to say hello to Mona Nerenberg at her very chic store Bloom. While I was there in June, Mona let me  know that not only was the home she shares with her partner Lisa Bynon going to […]