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La Poursuite de l’Essentiel: Mme Grès

Mme. Grès, born Germaine Emilie Krebs, was one of the pioneers of the art of couture, the patron saint of pleating and draping.  Her label, which originally beared the name ‘Alix,” transformed through the years to eventually be called Mme. Grès- …  Read More

Flash Back

I have always loved this picture.  I snapped it walking through SoHo in 2008 and have never seen another one since.  Thought I’d dust it off and share it again.

Eating my way through the côte d’azur

It’s always good to get out of the city you live in and hit the road.  Explore a new city, explore a new culture, and of course, the best way to do this is by eating their food.  So, while …  Read More

Made my day

so, a couple of weeks ago i went to interview at a bar on the super cute rue montmartre. they said id hear from them on friday…but when it was already friday afternoon, i decided to stop by and see …  Read More

Top Trends: Paris Menswear A/W 2011

The trends we can be sure to see next Fall Winter according to the creative minds of Paris Fashion are: 1. Lots of leather.  In every shape and size you can imagine- shorts, pants, belts, backpacks, trim and piping 2. …  Read More

Vogue has chosen an heir to the throne

It’s officially official…Carine Roitfeld, Editor in Chief of French Vogue, will be succeeded by the incredible Emmanuelle Alt.  Alt has been with French Vogue as the Fashion Director for over 10 years and will now be filling the very large …  Read More

“Digital Park Bench”

As part of Intel’s new ‘Visual Life’ video series, the infamous and amazingly talented Scott Shuman, founder of The Sartorialist, contributed this inspiring interview.  The things I love about this are the behind-the-scenes feel of it, hearing Shuman’s take on …  Read More