wear this there: gwen.

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moody interiors make for moody outfit choices. good food makes for happy bellies. you get the point. gwen is the new sweetheart of hollywood where one can sip a cocktail among art deco surroundings — only without any of the snobbery. it’s a butcher shop after all. its ambiance can be attributed to oliver and evan haslegrave, an interior design duo from Brooklyn,... 
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wear this there: lewis barbecue.

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throw us a bone — we’re craving some good ol’ BBQ. you’ll need an outfit that can get down with a serious rack of ribs for this week’s WTT, because we’re taking you to lewis barbecue in charleston, south carolina, recently featured on rue. hold the clichés. while master of barbecue john lewis is whipping up classic american carnivore favorites,... 
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rolling right along.

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rolling carts can be a home’s best friend. they’re versatile, useful and have that unexpected chic look that can’t go wrong. sure, you can use these industrial beauties for bar carts, but they can be so much more than that — a great entryway statement piece displaying your favorite collections, a green herb garden or perhaps a rustic rolling library?... 
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a home of hidden treasures.

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it’s hard to imagine now, but this beautiful home featured on VT Wonen had once housed an accounting firm — but hidden beneath its rough surface was a treasure trove of the home’s original features. when the new owners went to investigate, they discovered a beautiful parquet wood floor buried under layers of old linoleum, and all glass doors that had been... 
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wear this there: maiden lane.

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a restaurant based on fine tinned european seafood sounds curious enough to heighten our hunger senses, but pair it with good interiors, and our aesthetic tastes are grumbling. this would describe new york’s restaurant maiden lane. moving into the famous life cafe (yes, the one from rent), the spot is reminiscent of a chic seaman — we may have just made up that a genre... 
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