All the funs in a vintage bag
A new bag is kind of like all the best parts of New Years Eve: purportedly exciting, inarguably fresh and pleasantly rejuvenating when considering the boundless places you'll carry it (and oh the places you …see more
Sass & Bide is opening stateside and I’m celebrating with layered leather hip adornments.
What are your thoughts on tool belts? More than just being impressed by how much stuff they holster and furthermore how heavy they can get without cracking a human torso in half, I maintain the belief …see more
It’s a good thing, I swear.
While I have historically eschewed the prospect of skin maintenance ("I don't wear makeup! My skin will be fine!" "I am too low maintenance to accede to face wash!" I used to contend when my …see more
Why, mom. Why?
Until I turned, let's say, 15, I was falsely under the impression that if you bought an outfit -- a coordinated, matching-even-if-it-wasn't-matching, two (or more) piece outfit, you were never to wear either garment separately. …see more
Fret not though, the night magically lasts through the weekend
What is irrefutably my favorite part about fashion is that every so often, outside the confines of the "delegated weeks," a seemingly quotidian Thursday night in New York City could find you traipsing through absolutely …see more
Talking trends with rag + bone, Google+ and the CFDA
What came first? The rag or the bone? Obviously, the answer to the initial question should technically be that they came in tandem. While Marcus Wainwright (call him Rufus, I dare you) initially set out to …see more
Kick off your shoes and bring on the sweat socks! It’s all about you, me and our TV sets this season.
Fall rocks. You know why? Because other than the fact that it's crisp and lovely and emblematizes a new leaf turning over in a crunchy hue of orange, you can get away with wearing just …see more
Our Chat with a Nordstrom Beauty Expert
Remember when you had to disconnect your phone to log on to the Internet? When the delicious donkey hawing of AOL dialing up was a sweet serenade and pre-amble to the chime of a thousand …see more