Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Ice cream


This new ice cream sold at Cold Stone supposedly doesn't melt? Supposedly an added protein to the mixture allows this. I'm already not a fan. I like being able to mix and stir my icecream into a nice gloppy stewish consistency (tmi).

New York Magazine!


Isn't she adorable?! I love her shoes...and the orchids in her hair...and her jeans! (Judi Rosen perhaps?)

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Hanging Tender continued...





As I was saying...Last weekend was filled with frolicking in the Catskills, curled up in a barn listening to Meg Baird and Family Band, swimming, and sitting around a 12 foot high campfire.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Siciaosiciaosiciao!


This just about sums it up...
via wide open spaces

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Hanging Tender 2009 – The Sexy Airs of Summer


I ducked out of town last minute this weekend and happened upon this! One of the most memorable weekends yet...

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Lena Corwin!


I don't have much to say about this ... just that anything having to with travel makes me giddy.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Shrimpton Couture


Shrimpton Couture has really awesome handmade jewerly made by a NY city stylist. Good thing it's sold out!

Lessa O'Reilly



Lessa O'Reilly's aesthetic in her styling gives off such a sense of warmth and coziness it makes me want to sit back all summer drinking iced tea and eating strawberries. I especially love the mini pumpkin propping open the door.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Rocky Mountain High



It's been over a week since I've returned from my family's cabin in Nederland, CO and I've still got my Rocky Mountain high!

Love


Isn't it love at first site?

via - the sartorialist

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Trash to Treasure


I love this window turned mirror. As a fellow junk collector (not that it's ever junk) I love seeing trashed turned into magnificent treasure.


via the selby

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

doughnut art



via http://allthemountains.blogspot.com/

Sable Island!




My new job is next to this insanely beautiful gallery filled with huge, beautiful, photographs of the wild horses from Sable Island. I finally made it down to 15 Crosby Street last Sunday to checkout Robert Dutesco's exhibit first hand. Wow. I felt a massive amount of nostalgia in the pit of my stomach recounting my horse days and desperately wanted to leap on one of those monsters bareback and gallop along the pencil thin Sable Island. Even if you're not a horse fan (which who isnt...) it's a MUST SEE!