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cocktail talk in spades

Today is wild! As I don't have much time to post, I thought I'd share this short interview with Kate & Andy Spade on the subject of entertaining. Bon Appetit asks America's Sweethearts how they take their martinis (stirred, not shaken) and what Spade-approved cocktail attire looks like (Popeye would love them). Cheers!

(scanned by yours truly)


we love our bed: the mashburns

House Beautiful’s “I Love My Bed” series is one of my favorite ongoing editorials. The interview, always with interesting tastemakers, is short, sweet and full of fun facts. Take Sid + Ann Mashburn. You may have guessed that Ann is a Francophile, but would you have known that they used to argue over how to fold sheets? (hilarious.)  

Bob Morris, the journalist who interviewed the Mashburns for this piece, asked them the most interesting question: “If your bedroom had a name, what would you call it?” Which makes me wonder... what would you name your bedroom? Ann chose "haven" or "heaven." If I had to christen mine in its current state, I’d name it something like, "don't judge me." But my old bedroom? Maybe it'd be "Hamish" for my Hamish Bowles-inspired walls (which turned out way more purple than planned :) Anywho, do you have a favorite ongoing editorial? 


Macau trực tuyến Baccaratune citation

"Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same." 

--Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights



july 29, 1981

Knowing what we know now about the marriage of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles, it almost breaks my heart to look at these photos. That being said, it was a most extraordinary wedding. In an article published yesterday, the New York Times noted that previous to Diana’s wedding, bouffant gowns were not widely available, let alone popular - she single-handedly brought them in vogue. Their 1981 Royal Wedding also ushered in an era of over-the-top ceremonies and receptions (a trend which didn’t decline in popularity until the recent recession!). Although I myself would rather elope than be studied by an audience of 750,000,000 as I exchanged vows, I can’t help but imagine what it would have been like to walk down the aisle on that day in July..! If Diana’s wedding was a video game, I would certainly buy it.