A Street Style With Dimphy Janse

Describe your style in three words or phrases.
Unisex, classic, cool.

What are you wearing and how does it reflect your personal style?
All white! I basically dress myself differently everyday. It really depends on my energy on the day itself.

I think the way someone dresses says a lot about the person inside out. The outfit I am wearing here is all white and, that day, I remember feeling quite bizarre about sudden life changes. I felt like I had to cover myself in the brightness to stay open in whatever came my way.

A Street Style With Jaycina Almond

A Street Style With Jaycina Almond

You might have seen this beautiful face pop up a few times on our site this past month. Jaycina was the lovely model that...

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Things We Slacked

Things We Slacked

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Special Ingredient: Vitamin E

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Pit Hair

Pit Hair

I thought that by now the subject of body hair was out...

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@diane_keaton

You guys, have you seen this?? I mean, come on –...

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Fur

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Buttoned Up

Short Sleeve Cardigan, Simon Miller; Cardigan with Tie...

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Bevza

Bevza

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Music From Our Parents

Music From Our Parents

For most of us, our earliest music memories came from...

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In Her Words: Emily Note on Addiction and Family

I’ve always enjoyed being a big sister. I’m the oldest of three kids, with two younger brothers: Bobby, who is now almost 27, and Bryan, who is nearing 23. Bobby and I are pretty close in age, I’m 29, and I have such fond memories of constantly creating adventures together. While I was starting my first business at the age of 9 (it was a baking business, I was really into chocolate chip cookies), my brother was excelling as an athlete, playing every sport imaginable. He was always outside and with some form of a ball. When Bryan was born and we became three, we started to settle into our familial roles. I was the over-achieving oldest, a goody two shoes and a bit of a drama queen. Bobby, the athlete, was charismatic and emotional, but quite a mischievous middle child. To this day, he still can give you this look—it’s a mix of a smirk and a smile, with a certain twinkle in his eye—that means he’s up to no good. It’s a look we’ve all come to know quite well.

I can’t remember exactly when I realized my brother wasn’t just a classic middle child, but an addict.

Three Looks With Jimin Lee

Three Looks With Jimin Lee

Jimin Lee is an Atelier Doré retreat devotee. That is to say she’s been to two of two, so she’s batting 1000 over here. I...

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Lift Off! A PFW Recap

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A True Home: Edwina’s Charming Interior

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Emmanuel’s Paris Apartment

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CAREER / LYDIA FENET

Ever since I interviewed BJ Topol last year about her career as an art advisor, I’ve had a fascination with women who work in the art world. There’s a certain sophistication to them that I find quite mesmerizing, and honestly, impressive. Lydia Fenet is no different.

I met Lydia, who is the International Director of Strategic Partnerships at Christie’s, oh and also an auctioneer, oh and also an author, oh and a mom of three kids, a few weeks ago at her apartment and she was the picture of perfection. And I don’t mean she just looked incredibly polished–which she did, I mean that she was warm and welcoming, Southern charm in full swing. And also incredibly candid and honest.

A Beauty Minute With Sheena Yaitanes

A Beauty Minute With Sheena Yaitanes

Morning: If everything is going well and I’m running on time, I take one extra minute before my shower to dry brush. It’s so quick and makes my skin look and feel dramatically better, so I love doing it. I...

The Style of Patricia Lagmay

The Style of Patricia Lagmay

What are you wearing and how does it reflect your personal style?
Everything l’m wearing, outside of jewelry, has been thrifted. An old boyfriend once gave me the nickname budget bougie (hey Migos), which more...

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