Guys in DC shouldn’t be so afraid of doing something beyond the button...– M.P. (currently wearing white jeans, a blue/yellow madras from JPress, navy knit tie, silver tie clip, navy blazer, brown belt, brown with white sole Sperrys)
Kate Spade, the politically correct choice →
Judging Political Memoirs By Their Covers →
There are definitely some other good examples to judge… any suggestions?
Destiny is for losers. It’s just a stupid excuse to wait for things to...– Blair Waldorf
I don’t like Los Angeles. The people are awful and terribly shallow, and...– Lady Gaga
Don’t knock seersucker till you’ve tried it.– Lisa Birnbach, True Prep: It’s a Whole New World
something sweet to start your day…. (dedicated to Joni, obviously) sinnumero:
We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be...– T.S. Eliot (via arane) (via apostrophe9)
The Hamptons Inhabitants
Vanity Fair’s Behind the Hamptons Hedges is worth a look, if only for the photographs. The 8 profiled are very privileged— they offer extremely lavish memories, further perpetuating the image of the Hamptons as a summer destination for the most luxurious. In reality, the Hamptons are much more diverse and offer options for those who want to get away or those who want to find...
Those final weeks, spanning end of summer and the beginning of another autumn, are blurred in memory, perhaps because our understanding of each other had reached that sweet depth where two people communicate more often in silence than in words: an affectionate quietness replaces the tensions, the unrelaxed chatter and chasing about that produce a friendship’s more showy, more, in the surface...
Are You a Jackie or a Marilyn? →
The age-old question…Jackie or Marilyn? But Pamela Keogh’s quiz in Vanity Fair is an amusing way to re-visit the question.
Vanity Fair's 2010 International Best Dressed List →
a creative collection of style figures make the list, accompanied with brief fashion-related interviews (and interestingly, also asks each person for their favorite cause/charity) notable selections: Andre Balazs, Nacho Figuras and Tory Burch best quote/cause: “keeping my guests somewhat fully clothed”- Andre Balazs
Mad for the Ads
This week I watched Mad Men live on AMC for the first time (as opposed to watching it On Demand the following day). I was delighted by the commercial experience correlating with the themes/time period of the show. This Clorox commercial has gotten a lot of poor critiques because it doesn’t resonate with the target audience of wives. However, I find it thoroughly amusing and a perfect fit...