đánh bài baccarat trực tuyến_choi baccarat mien phi 2019_địa điểm cá độ bóng đá


recent acquisitions 

Sometimes, one needs to treat oneself to a vintage book shopping spree. This is exactly what I did at 11pm last night (whilst in bed + eating spoonfuls of Trader Joe’s moose tracks ice cream straight out of the carton... talk about “treat yo’ self”!). I first found Images by Cecil Beaton on sale for a cool $32 – I’d never seen this book before and have no idea as to its contents, but its gorgeous cover drew me in. Next, I discovered a pristine first ed. copy of Zelda by Nancy Milford for $10 (it's been on my wish list for years). Finally, I bought Royalty in Vogue by Josephine Ross for a whopping $4. Eek! I can't wait to get these puppies in the mail. Snippets of these books will surely be coming to a blog near you (hint: mine) in the next few weeks. Stay tuned :) 


zines by sarah leora

Macau trực tuyến BaccaratSarah Leora is a budding East Hampton-based fashion designer whom I discovered last night on tumblr. She also happens to make rad zines based on her favorite movies and persons of interest. Oh, and did I mention that she’s still in high school?! When I emailed Sarah last night to gush about how much I adored her drawings, she asked if I had any suggestions as to what movie/person her next zine should depict. My initial thoughts were Roman Holiday and Annie Hall, but I know you all can come up with something way more creative. What do you think? (PS! Images top to bottom: Breakfast at Tiffany's, a tribute to Sofia Coppola's Miss Dior Cherie campaign, the chronicles of Margot TenenbaumCarrie Bradshaw in the city). 


an interview with tim walker

It's been almost two years since I discovered fashion photographer Tim Walker - I was instantly obsessed, of course. Since then, I've devoured anything and everything that I can find about the man, though I’m sad to admit that I’ve yet to purchase his book (tsk, tsk). Anywho, this short film is my most recent discovery. I’m thanking my lucky stars that the film’s director included a few stills of Mr. Walker’s scrapbooks, which the photographer describes as “a cupboard full of ingredients.” Walker saves everything that intrigues him and pastes them in these books – they later serve as inspiration for the fashion shoots we readers swoon over. I’d die to peek inside his scrapbook archive… But who knows? Maybe someday they’ll be published à la Cecil Beaton. One can only hope!


why don't you... travel in style?

Be it a short road trip or a cross-country flight, the majority of us are traveling somewhere this Thanksgiving holiday. And who isn’t game for a bit of traveling advice (or any advice, for that matter) from Kate Spade herself? I scanned a few pages from Mrs. Spade's Style for you to devour whilst packing for your holiday destination... I can only hope that it inspires you to travel in style! And remember, ladies: unless you're driving in the privacy of your own car, no sweatpants allowed! :)


want of the day: fantasy gifts

I love Holiday catalogs. Why? Because it’s this time of year that companies tend to rollout the most extravagant, beautiful, limited-time products/vacations-for-purchase (remember that Tory Burch trike last year at Neiman Marcus?). When I was little, I’d spend hours paging through “The Book” obsessing about what I wanted Santa to bring me for Christmas. Sadly, not much has changed since then! This year, Anthropologie + Neiman Marcus are offering some pretty fab fantasy gifts. First, there's NM's International Flower Show Tour which includes stops at the Tulip Festival in Morges, Switzerland + the Altera Rosa Festival in Avignon, France. NM's daytrip to Stone Barn Farms isn't too shabby, either: purchasers of this $9,500 gift (100% of which is donated back fo the farm) get a private "edible garden lesson" with the farm's manager as well as an amazing cooking lesson + four-course organic meal. Last on my fantasy gift-list is Anthropologie's boxed set of vintage society books. Curated by Kinsey Marable, I really do belive that it was made for me. To unwrap this number on Chrismas morning would be nothing short of pure bliss (hint hint!). Note to self: 'Tis better to give than receive. 'Tis better to give than receive. 'Tis better to give than receive...