Charlotte medium leather bag
Kim square sunglasses
Charlotte leather-trimmed canvas bag
Classic Tribute 75 leather plateau sandals
Tori paneled boyfriend jeans
Lauren 1980 intrecciato leather clutch
Oversized wool-blend cape
Den high-rise straight-leg jeans
Le Marais leather boots
Square belt bag
A pretty tablescape from a NYFW dinner courtesy of Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis’ Instagram feed. The personalized napkins are a nice touch.
Over the years, I’ve become increasingly interested in tableware and am toying with starting a new business based on what I like. A botanical prints nut, it’s no surprise that this Rebekah Miles platter in September Vogue caught my eye.
As I’m packing, yet again, I was reminded of this story on Vanessa Traina’s essentials from the September issue of Architectural Digest, which is now helmed by my old friend Amy Astley. I may not be grabbing a red lipstick for the beach, but I did tuck my favorite pillow, cased in D. Porthault, into my bag.
Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele collaborated with porcelain maker Richard Ginori on Perroquets, a 12-piece collection of exotic bird embellished plates. I hope they’re not just decorative, they’d be perfect for a summer luncheon.
Image © WSJ. Magazine
One Kings Lane photographed L.A.-based accessories designer Kendall Conrad in her Santa Barbara home. Kendall has laid-back, classics-inspired personal style that extends to her home decor— and now we can shop her picks.
There are so many beautiful elements in this Pacific Palisades home, especially the color used in the kitchen.
Images courtesy May Elle Decor
We are having Easter dinner with my in-laws in Bel Air. I wish I’d bought a scalloped-edge tray from Rita Konig, it’s the perfect hostess gift.
I may wear a neutral palette, but my home is filled with color and when it comes to wallpaper, I’m a complete fanatic. I really love a big, bold print in a small space. If Domino is an accurate barometer, then I’m not alone. All of these images are from the Spring 2016 issue.
We may be having a reprieve from the freezing temps but, there’s still a ways to go until spring. So, here is my third installment on how to bring the garden indoors during the winter months.