Where did my summer go? No idea. I’m writing to you from my studio in LA, and this is my first time starting a new work year as a resident of the West Coast, and all I know is, a lot of things have changed.
When I asked Julia Sherman for photos of her kitchen in preparation of the recipe story we shot with her in May, I shouldn’t have been surprised to discover her Brooklyn home was as colorful, interesting, and drool-inducing as her salad creations are. I quickly begged asked for more photos of the rest of the house, and with her consent, pushed the shoot up an hour so Pia could capture it in all it’s vibrant glory. With a kitchen (and a garden!) like that, I can imagine how quickly culinary inspiration can strike. Thank you for having us, Julia!
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I can’t remember the first time I discovered Sheree Commerford on Instagram, but I remember being completely captivated by her. I still am. She’s alarmingly beautiful and has a style that feels truly unique to who she is. Living in the northern beaches of Sydney with her equally as beautiful family (“coast to country folk” as she describes them), she runs Captain and the Gypsy Kid – a site dedicated to inspired family style. Influenced by many things like a childhood on a farm and a career in fashion, Sheree has developed a very clear, wholesome, and refreshingly simple, approach to life, family, and fashion. You know, the good stuff.