October 21st, 2014
It item

Black Tights

Saint Laurent It’s all about black tights, and I’m ready to go there again after far too many bare-legged winters. I’ve always worn and loved Fogal, but I’m open to recommendations…

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October 21st, 2014
Inspired By

Sites I Like

A few readers asked which blogs/sites I follow. Since they are all on my dashboard, this is not a difficult question to answer. The obvious ones are the straight up news and magazine sites–WSJ, NYTimes, the Vogues, Self Service, W, and WWD. Then, the blogs that cover lifestyle–Tory Burch, Mark D. Sikes, and Habitually Chic are bookmarked. And my British friends That’s Not My Age and Disney Roller Girl are great reads. Finally, three of my favorites are personal style blogs, and the authors are pictured above.

Pernille effortlessly mixes classic pieces with fashion forward items and I post on her often.

Hedvig’s personal style is how I think I should dress, yet rarely do, which is precisely why I follow her.

Maja Wyh is a genius at layering and unexpected pairings and she makes the least expensive clothes look great.

These are only a few of the sites I check daily, TBC.

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October 20th, 2014
Paris-Based British Writer

Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni

Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni

Natasha photographed by Laura Frieser

British journalist Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni is in NYC promoting her two new books: Monsieur Dior: Once Upon A Time, and Lou Lou de la Falaise, which she co-authored with Ariel de Ravenel. We were colleagues at Harper’s Bazaar ages ago, so it was nice to catch up with the uber busy writer. Thanks Natasha for answering a few questions!

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October 20th, 2014
Field Trip

Tomas Maier On Madison

Tomas Maier

The new Tomas Maier shop opened on Madison. I saw these pictures from WWD being taken last week as the store is only a few blocks from my office. I’ll pop in and take some snaps.

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October 19th, 2014
In Self Service

Chiffon Dream

Screen Shot 2014-10-16 at 7.00.05 PM While cleaning up the site and going through old posts, I reread Ultimate Fall Wish List which made me think of these images in the new Self Service.  The turtle-print silk chiffon Givenchy dress (it’s actually a blouse and skirt) is dreamy.

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October 18th, 2014
My Music

‘Yellow Flicker Beat’

Lorde I have a confession, I’m not a fan of Lorde’s songs, yet I think she is an enormous talent.  ‘Yellow Flicker Beat’, the first song to drop from the upcoming Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 1 soundtrack, is beautiful and has changed my opinion of her music. Lorde has been tasked with curating all of the songs for the film and clearly hit the cover off the ball with this single.

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October 18th, 2014
On My Mind

Getting Out There

Claudia Schiffer A huge blog that I love and follow asked me months ago if they could profile me. Honored but nervous, I agreed to a shoot date, then canceled with no intention of rescheduling. I enjoy participating and being quoted in articles; I just don’t crave the spotlight and hate being photographed. A few days later I was in Tod’s chatting with a fellow shopper about loafers and the woman mentioned that she loves a blog called Keep it Chic–I realized that she didn’t recognize me as the author because I rarely post pictures of myself.

So, I went back and rescheduled the shoot. Inspired by this image of Claudia, I was photographed outside yesterday in a big coat and sunglasses with my hair (hopefully) covering part of my face.

Image of Claudia Schiffer by Angelo Pennetta © Self Service issue no. 35

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October 17th, 2014
It Item

Fall Tweak

Gucci I have all the coats I’ll need for the cold weather ahead, and I’ve bought far too many ribbed tops, but I’m still craving a little something—let’s call it a fall tweak. Not a staple or basic, I want an item that screams FW14. Hmmm…

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October 16th, 2014
In Self Service

‘The Obsessions’

Self Service

Without a doubt, ‘The Obsessions’ is my favorite section in Self Service. Here are a handful of images from Issue no. 41.

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October 16th, 2014
In CR Fashion Book

‘Putting The “Robe” In Wardrobe’

Carine Roitfeld When I saw this pic of Carine with her floral print D. Porthault robe and towels on CR Fashion Book, I couldn’t resist. I may not wear a ton of color, but I like it in my home. It’s time to shake-up my white towels and replace them with one of these cheerful prints. And the scalloped edge seals the deal.

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October 15th, 2014
In Le Monde d'Hermès

‘Elsewhere’

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The FW14 issue of Le Monde D’Hermès just arrived. A bit bittersweet to see the beautiful clothes by Christophe Lemaire who left the house after a gorgeous SS15 show. Nathaniel Goldberg’s pictures are breathtaking, and I’m a huge fan of Camille Bidault Waddington’s styling.

Sadly, this image is too big for my scanner and I cannot find a digitized version online. My iPhone pic will have to suffice.

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October 15th, 2014
To See

Olive Kitteridge

Olive Kitterage This HBO film based on Elizabeth Strout’s novel (one of my all-time favorite authors) should be amazing. Starring Frances McDormand and Bill Murray, I will not miss this. The two-night miniseries airs 11/2 & 11/3.

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October 14th, 2014
In WSJ.

‘Color Block’

WSJ. If you didn’t pick up a copy of WSJ. last weekend, fear not, you can still see this beautiful story online.

Gladiators are even better this year than last, and I want these from Valentino Haute Couture—strappy, but not overwhelming—perfection.

Photography by Angelo Pennetta    Styling by George Cortina

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October 14th, 2014
Beauty

Glossier

Glossier

Beauty website Into The Gloss founder Emily Weiss has launched a line of  products called Glossier. After all the beauty product testing Weiss has done in the four years of helming ITG, I’m sure her own line will be effective. The packaging is really good too.

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October 13th, 2014
In British Vogue

Going Long

British Vogue

Here’s a cozy, but impractical trend—super long sleeves. British Vogue‘s Sarah Harris investigates why so many designers have gone long.

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