wear this there: maison lautrec.

wtt7

back to paris we go again with another wear this there — i mean if not physically, at least via the internet. this week we head to maison lautrec — a quaint bistro located in pigalle that is home to some seriously dreamy dishes and pinterest-worthy surroundings. founded by four friends, and remodeled a little here and there from its classic bistro look, it is now a draw... 
Read More »

wear this there: brasserie barbès.

wtt2

what’s more magical than paris this time of year? the lights lining the champs-élysée, and parisian lovers nestled deep in each café’s corner. in case you’re wondering which café exactly you should be nestling in, we are swooning over the city’s chicest spot, brasserie barbès. the four-story croissant destination is unlike any other, and its interiors... 
Read More »

a perfectly eclectic paris apartment.

ne7

this is not my beautiful home, but if it were, i think i might have difficulty deciding just where to sit. do i recline dramatically on that dreamy divan, or perch myself properly in one of those lovely leather chairs? every inch of this nineteenth-floor apartment in paris is just stunning, but not in a super fussy way. in fact, it looks most inviting to me with its eclectic... 
Read More »

bohemian paris.

milk18

my very much beloved and favorite decor magazine milk decoration just featured the exotic and uber-eclectic paris apartment of Sophie Duruflé, CEO of the Parisian brand, Isabel Marant. talk about your bohemian paradise – chez Duruflé is a well-curated collection of vintage oddities, that all work quite well together, especially if you’ve got a taste for the unexpected.... 
Read More »

good reads: the socialite family.

sf4

have you ever perused the socialite family? it’s a truly beautiful blog featuring a sampling of home tours of “smart & cool families” written and photographed by Constance Gennari — a former advertising art buyer (just like me). constance created the site to share her passion — approaching interior design not through the eyes of one person... 
Read More »