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I mentioned the house that Karl Lagerfeld called “the chicest house in America” in yesterday’s post and now the pics are up on Town & Country.  I highly recommend running out to buy the October issue to read the whole story.  These photos makes me even more excited for Stephen Sills’ new book Stephen Sills: […]

Feeling Like Fall

08 . 05 . 13

We’ve been blessed with some beautiful humidity free weather the last few days which makes it much easier to think about fall fashions. While it might be hard to get excited about buying a coat in August, these photos shot in Paris for Town & Country might help. (For full details click here.) If you wait […]

One of my favorite events every year is the Hearst Designer Visions Cinema Style Show House.  They usually hold it in a newly constructed residential building and the three chosen designers are paired with a Hearst magazine and choose a film as inspiration for their spaces.  Since the building this year is 1212 Fifth Avenue […]

It was announced today that former Men’s Vogue editor-in-chief Jay Fielden will be replacing Stephen Drucker at the helm at Town & Country.  I was a huge fan of Men’s Vogue (the photos are from Fielden’s old office) so I’m excited to see what changes he will make at the historic magazine.  No word was […]

The third apartment at The Setai for Designer Visions was designed by Steven Gambrel for Town & Country magazine.  It has just been published in the December issue if you want to read more about it.  As you know, all the spaces were inspired by a film set in New York and Steven chose Six […]

August marks the first full issue of Town & Country with Stephen Drucker at the helm and it looks like he’s already off to a great start. Included in the issue is a fabulous, I mean ridiculously fabulous home that New York interior designer Miles Redd designed in Atlanta. These are just three of my […]

For his Designer Visions Showhouse in the Soho Mews, interior designer Richard Mishaan chose Dinner at Eight as his inspiration. The movie revolves around the preparation for a dinner party for a group wealthy and soon to be unwealthy men and women during the Great Depression. You practically need an org chart to keep up […]

Rainy Day Reads

05 . 06 . 09

The new June magazines are already out on the newsstands and I was pleasantly surprised that the new Town & Country is devoted to giving back! It couldn’t be better timing since my last two posts were about people and organizations that are all about giving back! I am visiting another fabulous group tomorrow and […]

Green Acres

04 . 12 . 09

Everyone knows that I’m a city girl but all the lovely country houses I’ve been seeing lately might cause me to reconsider. I could picture myself being very happy on this Hudson Valley Farm by architect Gil Schafer. Of course, that would be after I stopped at Barbour to pick up the necessary wardrobe items […]

Chic Cozy Cottage

02 . 14 . 08

It’s so funny how you can see an imagine and then end up seeing it again in a different context later that same day. That’s what happened to me today. Earlier, I was reading my favorite blogs and Anna at Absolutely Beautiful Things posted the cute little cottage above with a link to an article […]