A Worldly Affair

I love how every bit of eclectic flair comes together so delightfully in interior designer Rodman Primack‘s West Village apartment. Each component in his one bedroom apartment is either chic, witty or worldly. A patchwork quilt, a Rick Owens bench, fabrics from his own textile line, a Cameroonian Juju Hat, and a six-foot-five taxidermy peacock from Paris all come together without pretension and with charm.

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Gift Guide 2014: The Country Girl

The holidays are here and once again, we’re stuck wondering how it all snuck up on us once again. Have no fear – we’ve scrambled to round up some of the best gifts for the country girls, city girls, jetsetters, men and little ones in your life. Most of which we can personally vouch for and some of which we are hoping to receive ourselves! First up is a collection of gift ideas for the girl who lives for the outdoors, doesn’t mind getting dirt under her fingernails, and craves being on the open road.

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The Line I The Apartment

I find that my style is constantly evolving and as of late, I’ve been making an effort to strip my wardrobe down to high quality, pared down and versatile pieces. That’s why I’m so drawn to The Line, an online retail store curated by Vanessa Traina Snow and Morgan Wendelborn. The Line celebrates unique but classic wardrobe staples like the perfect black heel or the perfect pair of camel car coat. But it doesn’t stop there. You can shop the entire store, in person, in a light filled loft on SoHo’s Greene Street appropriately dubbed The Apartment. Make an appointment to browse through the clothing in the walk in closet, check out beauty products in the bathroom, view art in the bedroom and shop home products throughout the apartment. A new, ingenious kind of shopping experience – I love it.

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Thrift Art Renewed

Thrift store art is dirt cheap, most times unwanted and too frequently overlooked. Artist Dave Pollot, however, sees the potential in these artworks and is set on a mission to renew them with the addition of pop culture references and characters from Star Wars, Ghostbusters and Super Mario Brothers. Honestly, awesome.

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