The Rounded Bag

Small, large, metal, or wooden – whatever which way, the rounded handle is a welcome characteristic for this season’s bags. The circular design lends a helping hand (no pun intended) that we maybe never knew we needed – a sturdy alternative to the struggle of floppy straps. This way, when you’re rushing off the train at your crowded subway stop, worrying about your shoulder strap slipping off will be a thing of the past.

Tine & Luisa On the Street

Tine & Luisa On the Street

It wouldn’t have been a trip abroad without a quick visit with Tine & Luisa! The duo and their bag line TL-180 have been...

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Things We Slacked

Things We Slacked

Natalie: Serena williams…won the Australian open….while...

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Risky Business

Stripes are a sartorial risk I’m willing to take!

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Give One

Give One

In the aftermath of 2016, I’ve seen (to my great joy) many...

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Laura Dern

Stay true to your own voice, and don’t worry about...

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Ciao! Nozze! Italia!

Ciao! Nozze! Italia!

Wedding update!!! I have SO much to share with you.

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Belt It

A little belt goes a long way!

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Who Do You See?

Would you recognize yourself walking down the street?

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Rain Dance

Rain Dance

Dancing our way through these very literal April...

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The Price of Illusion: Joan Juliet Buck

I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Joan Juliet Buck’s new memoir called The Price of Illusion. To me, Joan has always been an adventurer in life. The first time I heard her name, she was the editor in chief of Paris Vogue and it just stuck with me: Joan Juliet Buck. An American who lived in Paris, London, New York and made a name for herself in more ways than one. Her book took me through a whirlwind of memories and on a trip inside the mind and emotions of a woman I identify with a lot. Independent, fragile, modern, artistic, sentimental… And most of all, authentic.

The Edit No.6 / Part 2 – Shirtings

The Edit No.6 / Part 2 – Shirtings

The white button up may be as imperative as a pair of jeans to just about every human on earth. And it’s no surprise those two...

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Flaws and All

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Would You?

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Vive le Bush!

Living Raw with Mimi Kirk

Living Raw with Mimi Kirk

Jaws

Jaws

Hands

Hands

Sun

Sun

Body Happy

Body Happy

Stranger Things

Stranger Things

Eclectic Alix Thomsen

There are certain spaces that, upon entering, just make sense. Whether or not you understand how they came to be perfectly put together with interesting items, objects, and belongings scattered about seems irrelevant amid the furniture and decor you could have sworn you saw somewhere in a dream. Alix Thomsen has one of these spaces. The perfect balance of eclectic charm and understated elegance which exist seamlessly amongst the quintessential Parisian detailing – tall white walls, crown molding, herringbone floors…

À la Française

À la Française

One of the only things that is a little sad about moving to the end of the world (well, almost) is that we start to miss our girlfriends! We miss them, their sense of humor, their sense of style, and their …...

French Guru / Martine De Richville

French Guru / Martine De Richville

Massage as a way to stay slim is Martine De Richville’s area of expertise. If that weren’t enough to convince you to book regular treatments with her, her practice, which involves using her hands as the only...

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