Family Album | Autumn in NYC.


I always say, we take beautiful photos of people we love. This is a super special post to me, because I'm sharing more of my family life, which I don't always do. My husband and I have a theory - if we are going to live in NYC, with the crap weather 60% of the year, living in an apartment, no yard, no storage etc, we better make damn sure we are taking advantage of all the many, many pluses. So during the fall and spring especially, we push ourselves to be weekend warriors and take the kids out, a lot. Canon sent me an EOS Rebel T6i DSLR to try out, and I literally brought it everywhere … [Read more...]

New Prints | Moody moods.


New prints in my art shop, kind of moody, but I dig em! Check them out! I keep trying to change up the home page and play around with different feels. Hope you like em ;) … [Read more...]

Hans Feurer Photography


The work of swiss fashion photographer, Hans Feurer, is undoubtably amazing. It is bright and bold, sexual and uninhibited. I find it refreshing to hear a photographer only shoots in color. Feurer spent the beginning of his career as an art director traveling the world and working closely with some very famous photographers (think Helmut Newton, Frank Horvat and William Klein.) But he felt he was lacking some adventure in his life so he picked up and moved to Cape Town, South Africa... In africa, (besides getting trampled by a hippopotamus, shot at a few times and spending 10 days in a prison … [Read more...]

Lee Radziwill Design and Style Icon

Jackie Kennedy and Lee Radziwill in Ravello, Italy, 1962

If you haven't read T Magazine's interview with Lee Radziwill yet, I highly recommend it. For those who don't know - Lee Radziwill is the younger sister of former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Lee and Jacqueline were born into a life of luxury, summering in the Hamptons and hobnobbing with the American upper class. Soon Lee was married a Polish prince, making her a European Princess. Her sister was first lady of the United States, and they both fascinated the American public. (Her daughter in law is Carole Radziwill of NY housewives fame - Lee famously gave her that amazing Le Tigre sofa - … [Read more...]

Exploring Dover Street Market.


COMME des GARCONS  store in New York is located in a 103-year old building in Murray Hill which used to be the New York School of Applied Design for Women and Touro College. Dover Street Market is seven levels of crazy town, kind of like the fashion world version of Alice in Wonderland. Rei Kawakubo, the brilliant designer behind Commes des Garçons, has designed the store to have feature mini stores within the store giving each brand a small piece of real estate that they can design however they please.  Looking to make the store a showplace for the work of artists with strong, often … [Read more...]