One of my most treasured possessions is a book I bought at Shakespeare and Co on my first trip to Paris.
Alicia Drake’s Beautiful Fall: Lagerfeld, Saint Laurent, and Glorious Excess in 1970s Paris follows the rise of two men who would change fashion forever—Karl Lagerfeld and Yves Saint Laurent—through delicious snippets of gossip, bringing fashion history to life.
I’d hate to come in and start dumping my mess on you from the gate.
Writing about what I wore on the 6 train is only half of the adventure. This is Off the 6, a series where I document what happens when I get off the train and explore New York.
Despite the idea of this new series—that I explore New York, courtesy wherever the of the 6 train takes me—most weekends, I am completely fine exploring the Upper East Side.
It’s full of little gems up and down the side streets. City charm minus the crowds.
I Googled my neighbor the other day.
I was taking my garbage to the trash shoot when I saw a box with his name clearly printed on it. He hadn’t ripped the label off. I memorized the name.
Have you ever thought about what your neighbors know about you? Without actually knowing you?
This post is sponsored by Anheuser Busch.
My girls and I don’t need an excuse to get together and have a drink (or a few, if we’re being honest).
Of course, there are the obvious ones: holidays, Beyoncè concerts, viewing parties for reality TV—you name it. But my new favorite is one I’ll call Rita Hour.