Isaac Mizrahi’s Greenwich Village Pad.


Isaac Mizrahi grew up in the same part of Brooklyn that I did, the uncool parts. His digs in the village are a conglomeration of apartments that he put together over 20 years. He shares the 4,000 square foot apartment with his husband Arnold Germer, and it's sophisticated and clean lined. He works with color and pattern all day, he claims. At home, he prefers restraint.  My mother … [Read more...]

Courtney Velasco at Home.

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Courtney Velasco and I met on the internet. 10 years ago, that was a sure fire way to get killed. Now it's how I've met some of my favorite people in the world. My wolf pack. The people that make me feel alive and at home in myself. I think about this a lot. The internet, the constant attachment to our phones, the presence of screens in our lives- it's taken away a lot. BUT it's given us a lot … [Read more...]



What summer should look like. This one bedroom cottage in Provincetown is more houseboat than it is house. It's surrounded on three sides by water at high tide, and has views of Cape Cod Bay from every room. The owners purchased the place 6 years ago, and other than updating bathrooms and kitchens and stripping floors, they left the place mostly as they found it. The vibe is super New England … [Read more...]

Design | The French Minimalist.


Remember when we all went nuts over Joseph Dirand's Paris apartment in "The Reinvention of Minimalism"? Well, here is some of his residential work, which excludes all of the super high end boutiques he has done (Re: Balenciaga, Givenchy, Alexander Wang, to name a few). One thing is for sure, Dirand knows how to work a good piece of marble, and a good wall too. I love the use of blank walls. How … [Read more...]

ASBURY PARK| Red Moon Life & Home.


Welcome to Red Moon, Life & Home, an awesome little shop on Bangs Avenue in Asbury Park. (My favorite place. True story, my husband booked a trip to Italy this week, and I had mixed feelings, because I don't want to leave NEW JERSEY. #firstworldproblems or maybe just #assholeproblems! Seriously, I just want to ride horses, wear Birkenstocks, take pictures of nothing and hang with my kids on … [Read more...]

Patrick Cline at Home.


My friend and frequent collaborator Patrick Cline -you know co-founder of Lonny Magazine, photographer de jour, mentor to me, and founder of UPLO- shared his home on Refinery 29 yesterday. Now, I thought I had a lot of stuff, until I saw Pat's place. He literally hoards things, but different things than the things I hoard. I hoard chairs. He has tons of art books, and a/p prints from photographer … [Read more...]