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: the garret east.

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what is more charming than a mid-summer’s eve dining experience in a somewhat unknown locale that can only host just over a dozen guests? the Garret east, new york’s tiny cocktail experience is beckoning you to join for a dimly lit drink. throw on your summer whites and pop of pink — and when you’re ready to cuddle up close over a bowl of something hearty,... 
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wear this there: commissary at the line hotel.

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seems as if we dreamed this place up in our sweetest reveries, but commissary at the line hotel is the real deal — a grandiose greenhouse, in which one can take their espresso, and eggs over-easy. soak in L.A.’s korea town from commissary’s glass walls, while people watching all those stylish los angeles dwellers. for such an occasion one must wear their brunch... 
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connections.

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there i go again — finding unexpected connections. this one’s quite serendipitous too, or at least makes me feel as though i’m on the right track, when i see a common thread popping up in my inbox. for instance, this week i received emails from both debbie carlos introducing her new marble prints here in the u.s., and then half way around the world, i got... 
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tuesday’s girl: springtime coats.

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coat cloudy from kling shop + marte. do you remember when you were little, and towards the end of february or early march you’d need a new pair of shiny patent leather maryjanes or perhaps a new spring coat? those early mornings when you could still see frost on the ground and a hint of crocus pushing their way to the surface, but it was just too warm for winter wool?... 
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