December 4th, 2014
Inspired By

Suzanne Koller

Suzanne Koller is the editor in chief of Self Service and the fashion director at Vogue Paris, two of my very favorite magazines. I’m inspired by the Austrian stylist’s personal style—denim, capes, platforms, and oversized sunglasses are all right up my alley.

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December 4th, 2014
Insta-Grab

Just Right For Night

Natalie Massenet

This pic of Natalie Massenet arriving at the British Fashion Awards makes me smile. Happiness + a stunning dress = true beauty.

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December 3rd, 2014
It Item

Frayed Edge

Isabel Marant

When I spied this Isabel Marant dress on the runway, I put it on my list. I love the frayed edges and boxy shape and will live in it next summer.

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December 3rd, 2014
In British Vogue

Sweater Girl

British Vogue

One of my favorite models, Freja Beha Erichsen, is on the January cover of British Vogue. I love the Gucci blues against a beige background. The type color is good too.

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December 2nd, 2014
It Item

Céline Coat Crush

Celine

This coat is in the window of the Céline shop on Madison and I’m a bit obsessed with it.

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December 2nd, 2014
In Vogue Paris

Wrist Wrapped

Vogue Paris

I’m a big fan of a leather wrist wrap and Hermès has some of the best. Suzanne Koller, fashion director of Vogue Paris, styled this story from the December issue.

Vogue Paris

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December 1st, 2014
In Porter

‘Uptown Girl’

Porter magazine

A good dress is the ultimate wardrobe staple. I love the ribbing and belt on this one by Calvin Klein Collection. Edita looks beautiful in this story from the winter issue of Porter.

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November 30th, 2014
Inspired By

Goldfinger

Goldfinger I dropped off my older daughter at JFK and my younger daughter at the barn, then I hit the couch to recover from a lovely bout of food poisoning. While watching Goldfinger, I am reminded of the character Tilly Masterson’s great style in the famous James Bond film. The grey skirt, white blouse, and Hermes CdC belt is my favorite look. But the headscarf and fisherman knit sweater are really good too. I feel better already.

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November 28th, 2014
It Item

Come Full Circle

This is how I wore my hair as a teenager, and how I want to wear it next spring. The Céline SS15 clip is perfection–so simple and chic.

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November 26th, 2014
Sale Item

Buy Now, Wear Later

Wedges

These were my favorite wedges last summer, and now they are on sale. Priced at under $200., I may get a second pair.

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November 25th, 2014
In WSJ.

‘Night Moves’

WSJ.

A ‘bohemian rhapsody’ shot in a modern country house and a moonlit meadow from the upcoming WSJ. Edita shines in Lachlan Bailey’s photographs, and Ludivine Poiblanc’s styling is spot-on

WSJ.

WSJ.

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November 25th, 2014
Insta-Grab

All You Need Is A Good Coat

Natasha Poly

I follow model Natasha Poly on Instagam, she has great personal style. Love this belted coat.

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November 25th, 2014
On Sale

And They’re Off!

Isabel Marant

The sales have started and Barneys has marked down a number of items, including some pieces by Isabel Marant.

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November 25th, 2014
Beauty

Stress Relief

Aesop

I was chatting with Caroline of Pardon My Obsession last evening and had to cut it short because I’m super stressed-out (sorry Caroline). A snowstorm the day before Thanksgiving is throwing me off my game. I’ve changed my daughter’s flight from L.A. (no easy feat this time of year), and we are all moving into the Waldorf for a night. Ironically, I’ve bought everything for Thanksgiving dinner, which proves I’m not completely losing it.

When all is said and done, I’m going to kick back and try a “rescue me” facial mask—recommendations welcome.

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November 24th, 2014
Art

Egon Schiele: Portraits

Egon Schiele It’s overcast and warm, perfect gallery weather. Actually, I’ve had it on my calendar for a few weeks to see the Neue Galerie’s Egon Schiele exhibition today. This portrait of Gerti Schiele, the Austrian artist’s sister, is one of my favorites. I can see Gustav Klimt’s influence, Schiele’s mentor, in this picture.

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