Jennifer Fisher’s Office

Jennifer Fisher piles on at least 24 pieces of jewelry before leaving the house every morning. A woman of my heart. This peek inside her Soho office highlights the rich, casual edge and West meets…

The House That Jenni Built

Designer Jenni Kayne‘s Los Angeles home is proof that, sometimes, less is more. Reclaimed wood and natural stone elements give the modern architecture warmth and character. I’m mildly obsessed with the black walled room, steel coated bathtub,…

Dear Rae

I’m always on the hunt for simple yet timeless pieces of jewelry...

Tabitha’s Tale

Back in January, we took a mini-tour of shoe designer Tabitha Simmons‘ airy, elegant, and unique Manhattan townhouse via the glossy pages of Vogue. The feature left us wanting to see more. Lucky for us, Tabitha opened up…

Stella Jean Spring 2012

Inspired by her Creole heritage and her upbringing in Rome, Italian-Haitian designer Stella Jean merges both cultures with traditional wax prints and modern shapes. Her spring collection has me completely consumed by wanderlust, daydreaming of traveling the world in Stella…

Mociun

Pale turquoise set in bezels and pavé diamonds in 14kt gold, mismatched earrings and double sided rings . . . these are just a few of my favorite things! I’m absolutely smitten with Caitlin Mociun‘s…

Tapestried Creatures

Frederique Morrel and her husband Aaron Levin are best known for their needlepoint covered fiberglass sculptures. The design duo scours garage sales and flea markets in search of vintage tapestries and discarded embroidery to create these one of…

Odette

I just spent the last hour perusing Jennifer Sarkilahti‘s collection of delicate and organic...

Twilight Room

Do you remember that unforgettable scene in Auntie Mame with the fabulously far-fetched,...

Felicity Brown F/W 2011

Before launching her own label in early 2010 Felicity Brown had previously designed for Alberta Ferretti, Loewe, Mulberry and most recently, Lanvin. Her warrior-like Fall 2011 collection was greatly inspired by Picasso, Bedouin women, and the…

Norman Ambrose F/W 2011

Walking into Norman Ambrose‘s debut presentation at New York Fashion Week was like going to a glamourous party in the 70s where you didn’t really belong but also didn’t ever want to leave. Being fashion…