Monthly Archives: September 2011

Harper’s Bazaar closet essentials (ladies only)

Closet news… With Indian summer frenzy in the air and the next holidays just far enough, take this time to sort out your closet! Last weekend, I stumbled upon the Harper’s Bazaar “Fabulous at Every Age” at a friend’s house. N2S : remember each … Continue reading

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4 quick and easy steps to stun Chocolistas!

I tried this desert for the first time last evening on a group of friends and they R-A-V-E-D. It is once again signed Perla Servan Schreiber. Don’t you just love when it’s simple as 1.2.3 and the effect is gastronomique? … Continue reading

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48hrs in Tuscany – Italy

There’s something about Italy. No matter which part of the country you visit, one always seems to find good eats, sexiness, vibrant locals, creativity and beauty. This time again, we chose Tuscany for the weekend. We hung our hats at Casa … Continue reading

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The MoMA courses now online

The Museum of Modern Art in New York City (MoMA) just launched online courses! Founded in 1929, the MoMA was the first museum to dedicate its entire collection to modern art. Self-guided (rolling admission) or instructor-led (specific start/end dates) – … Continue reading

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“Bicyle Diaries”

Not only is David Byrne co-founder of Talking Heads (surely 80s American Top 40 fans remember) ; he is also passionate about photography and riding bicycles. In other words, a man of fine pleasures! In reading his Bicycle Diaries (Penguin Books – 2009), … Continue reading

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