Your New Favorite Sneaker | THEY NEW YORK


When the gods of minimalism collab with the lords of sneakers magical things happen. The new NYC based sneaker label THEY, is a perfect marriage between 30 years of Japanese craftsmanship, Bauhaus aesthetics and a New Yorkers sense of minimalist functionality. We love the label's new line of sneakers for men and women. The simplicity of the sneakers belies the fact that there is a lot of craftsmanship that goes into them. The way the rubber and soles match up in two different colors is apparently incredibly difficult to achieve. The elevated sneaker is perhaps the greatest fashion achievement … [Read more...]

Entertaining | An Ikea Place setting


Everything in my house is from Ikea, and I love it. We've only been in the house a few weeks, but we had our first little impromptu family meal this weekend. I took precisely two photos. Not the most amazing table ever, would be better with this matte black  silverware, but I thought I'd give you all a chance to see those 79 cent dishtowels/napkins doing their thing! Love the plates too. The napkin rings are Nate Berkus for Target. Here are the links! Tablecloth, Plate,  napkin, Napkin ring, pitcher, Chair, Table.  Hope you all had a great weekend! … [Read more...]

DESIGN | Jackie O’s Childhood Home Restore..


Reed and Delphine Krakow are living the dream... A TIME CAPSULE INTERIOR! Delphine is a very talented interior designer, we've covered her homes and design firm Pamplemousse Designs before, and her husband is the prominent fashion designer Reed Krakow. Their combined talents (and bank accounts!) allow them to tackle large and exciting projects, like buying and restoring homes that would frighten other people. Their newest venture, Lasata, is an 11 acre estate in East Hampton. They purchased the home nearly a decade ago for their family as a summer retreat. It is spectacular. The home was built … [Read more...]

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MONTAUK | Summer Camp at Ruschmeyer’s.


There is nothing quite like an East Coast American Summer. Hot, humid and campy, the summer starts with a quickly mounting frenzy. After the 4th, it tapers into a languid July but by the end of August the coast is pulsing with a feverish unbridled joy. Some of my friends that moved to California tell me how much they miss the excitement of East Coast summers.  Last August, in the last week before school started, we went out to Ruschmeyer's hotel in Montauk for a week. The hotel is a converted summer camp, and its like stepping into a Wes Anderson movie. Think Moonrise Kingdom meets The Life … [Read more...]