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339 convent avenue

Since viewing Wes Anderson’s The Royal Tenenbaums in 2001, I have been obsessed with that house. Not surprisingly, I could have almost cried with I came across this short film about the Harlem property on Kate’s tumblr yesterday. I love how Wes originally wanted to shoot the film on a sound state rather than in New York City because he wanted to create the perfect New York he’d envisioned as a child... I can certainly identify with that! The house is currently a private residence and an art gallery - think I can snag a dinner invitation someday?


the eye has to travel

This Fall, I will most certainly be picking up a copy of The Eye Has to Travel by Lisa Immordino Vreeland (who happens to be married to the legendary editor’s grandson). The book, due in stores on October 1, promises fresh new content about DV - I simply cawn’t wait! The author is also set to release the first DV documentary of the same name, which reportedly features interviews with Diane Von Furstenberg, Oscar de la Renta and Ali McGraw (who briefly worked as Vreeland’s assistant at Bazaar). Both book and film are sure to be, as Diana would say, DEEH-VINE!


ip + mr. famous

The fact that Audrey Hepburn had both a yorkie and a fawn makes me love her even more. Ms. Hepburn acquired the deer while filming Green Mansions in 1959. The movie called for a little fawn, and Audrey’s then-husband, Mel Ferrer, who also happened to be the film’s animal trainer, convinced her to care for the deer off-set as well. Pippin, whom she nicknamed Ip, stayed with her long after the film wrapped. Ip and Mr. Famous got along swimmingly. I love the photo of Audrey and her fawn in the grocery store - she, of course, took him with her around town. I want one :)

(photos by Bill Willoughby; via Sally Jane Vintage)



I think I may be the only person I know who has yet to see Macau trực tuyến Baccarat"Bridesmaids"! But after viewing these behind-the-scenes photos from the movie in the June issue of W Magazine, I’m determined to see it in theaters. Aren’t these images lovely/don’t they make you want toile curtains? I can only hope that the film’s cinematography is as beautiful :) 

(photos scanned in by yours truly)  



It is with great excitement that I announce Matchbook: Field Guide to a Charmed Life. Matchbook is the brainchild of Katie Armour and Jane Lilly Warren; The talented duo has brought me on their team as Associate Editor! I simply can’t wait until the magazine’s launch in January 2011-- from lipstick to letterpress, from Paris to Peru, we’ve been working day and night to create a unique lifestyle publication of the very highest caliber. Won’t you join us on this grand adventure? We’re on both Twitter and Facebook, and, of course, you can visit us at I truly can’t thank you enough for your continued support-- we wouldn’t be here without you! XOXOXO