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madame razdiwill

If there is anything more magical than a polaroid of the modern day Lee Radziwill, it is Sofia Coppola and Lee Radziwill in a polaroid together. The above were snapped at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac's November 2011 opening of "Robert Mapplethorpe, Curated by Sofia Coppola." Though in her late 70s, Ms. Radziwill looked as chic as ever. That beehive. Those earings. That clean-lined cashmere ensemble (who knows if it's actually cashmere - I just like to think it is!). Come Fall, I'm going to copy her outfit :)

P.S. see more fabulous polaroids
of event attendees here


emma block's style icons

Illustrator Emma Block's new style icon prints are out of this world divine! The anglophile in me really wants to have the Queen Elizabeth rendition, but I can't decide if it's too "little girl" for a grown-up apartment. (Part of me doesn't care :). I have no doubt that the entire series would look cute in children's bedroom... What do you think?

(p.s. how cute is Emma?!)


a lesson in art history: eva gonzal├Ęs 

Lady Mary would have loved the work of French painter Eva Gonzalès. Ms. Gonzalès, the daughter of a writer, was the only “formal” student of Édouard Manet and often sat as his model. Unfortunately, her career was cut short when she died during childbirth at the age of 34. What she was able to accomplish during her short life is quite amazing – I can only imagine the force she would have become in the art world had she lived just a few decades longer. I particularly love women artists – can you tell? :) Above, from top to bottom: Morning Awakening, Roses dans un verre, Secretly, Nounou avec enfant, La Toilette.


brigitte lacombe

Brigitte Lacombe is a French photographer who takes incredible behind-the-scenes shots of large Hollywood productions, among other things (lucky girl!). I discovered her breathtaking body of work after coming across a few of her photos of Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe. Above, we have images from her “film sets” portfolio (which can be viewed in its entirety on her website), including scenes from Revolutionary Road, Nine, Coco Before Chanel, Inglorious Bastards, and The Iron Lady. How talented is she? 


map couture

I’m a sucker for a good vintage map (just look at my background!). That being said, these map dresses were love at first sight. I actually stumbled across an image of one months ago and have been searching for its designer ever since – but to also discover that they’re for still for sale? Day. Made. Whoever said maps were a thing of the past was seriously in the wrong :)