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There have been a lot of articles written about philanthropist, art collector, and avid gardener Bunny Mellon since she passed away this spring at the age of 103. What makes the story The Eloquence of Silence in T magazine today so different is that it was written and photographed by interior designer Charlotte Moss who […]

Chic at Charlotte’s

10 . 04 . 13

Yesterday morning I had the pleasure of attending an intimate breakfast in the very chic courtyard of the home of interior designer Charlotte Moss.  She was tasked with guest editing the November issue of House Beautiful magazine and chose the theme of “The Arts of Living.” I can attest from the preview that it is […]

Women in Design

10 . 27 . 09

I had the pleasure of attending Elle Decor‘s annual salute to Women in Design and thought I would share a few of the highlights with you. After Charlotte Moss was presented with the Vision Award from Margaret Russell they joined interior designers Michelle Nussbaumer, Kelly Wearstler and Holly Hunt for a panel discussion. A few […]

Merci beaucoup!

07 . 21 . 09

It’s starting to feel a little like Christmas in July around here. Charlotte Moss really did inspire Stefan of Architect Design and me to book our trip to Versailles. Since she is traveling she hasn’t heard yet that we are actually going so before she left she sent out a little package to further inspire […]

A big thank you goes out to Charlotte Moss for including me in her Dispatches from the Blogosphere: Tips for a Stylish Summer post on her blog Tete-a-Tete! Check it out and you can read what I’m wearing, reading, eating and doing this summer! Oh, and those are my photos from the Hamptons. Wish I […]

Thank you!

06 . 09 . 09

I owe a big thank you to interior designer Charlotte Moss for featuring me on her blog Tete-a-Tete last month! I was very excited to buy the neoclassical cachepot I spotted in her Chic Garden Shed at the Housing Works Design on a Dime event and one of her employees recognized me and snapped my […]

Maybe instead of separate bathrooms, the key to a happy marriage should be separate bedrooms but only if they look like the ones designed by Charlotte Moss. “Anything but pink in the bedroom,” he said…this was the the inspiration for the The Master Suite designed by Ms. Moss for the Kips Bay Decorator Show House. […]

As I mentioned recently, this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse is a tribute to Albert Hadley and last week the participating designers were announced. Mario Buatta and Charlotte Moss will serve as honorary chairs and in addition, Ms. Moss and team will design a three-room Master Suite. Some of the other designers include Bunny Williams, […]

Starting today, the Charlotte Moss Townhouse will prepare for it’s November 25th closing by offering 50% off antiques and 70% off new pieces. Perfect timing for the holidays although, I will be sad to see them close. It’s such a beautiful store! I just hope it doesn’t become something depressing now like a BabyGap!

Say It Isn’t So!

09 . 14 . 08

One of my readers just informed me that Charlotte Moss is closing The Townhouse and WWD confirms the story. Almost a year and a half after opening her East 63rd Street flagship to much hype, interior designer Charlotte Moss is closing the shop at the end of next month. “This was a difficult decision based […]

Left Bank

08 . 25 . 08

Charlotte Moss has a new luxury home fragrance for Agraria entitled Left Bank. According to her site, it “embodies the mystery, romance, and sophistication of the city’s Left Bank. Introduced with fresh top notes of crisp lemongrass and crushed pink peppercorn blossoms, the mid notes of frankincense and patchouli surround you as cashmere wood warms […]

So, I failed to mention earlier what I was doing with the rest of my Friday. Well, this morning I was touring the Charlotte Moss Townhouse with none other than Charlotte Moss herself and her wonderful assistant Cathy! Go ahead. Take a moment to hate me. I know you want to. I would hate me […]