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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 12.11.17

OUR BEAUTIFUL NEIGHBOURHOOD has officially (and sadly) become gentrified. It began with a mom & pop card shop that shut down about two years ago, run by literally a mom & pop, she who squeezed my shoulder affectionally while telling me that “card” is “tarjeta” in Spanish once. Soon after, an upscale French cookware boutique opened, followed by a well-known British home décor shop. But, the most telling event occurred when a quirky mom & pop home store that had been operating for 75 years moved out of the neighbourhood, and in its place, a fold up city bicycle shop has now sprung up. These are bittersweet times indeed, but who can stand in the way of progress? This weekend we watched the Swedish film Force Majeure, directed by Ruben Östlund; it was a rather poignant look at what happens when one reacts to a situation in a manner that is less than what one would have expected, and the implications of these actions in the aftermath …

This week’s links include faux fur coats and chic metallic trousers, Maison Krug, Brutalist- and Bauhaus-Inspired Housewares, and much, much more.

P.S. our TIG email has not been functioning since last week (November 8); we’re working on fixing the issue, but know that we may have not received your message.

xo,

{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :

 

* Places: Maison Krug [tempo da delicadeza]

* For winter days: the Fenn wool-blend coat & this pale pink faux fur coat

* Brutalist- and Bauhaus-Inspired Housewares and Lighting [Sight Unseen

* For the holidays: these chic metallic trousers

* There’s a Dead Grasshopper in This van Gogh Painting [Hyperallergic]

* Because you still love the Avignon [shop.thisisglamorous.com]

* Travel: the 10 Most Luxurious First-Class Airline Cabins [Architectural Digest]

* More coats: the Curly Faux Fur and this Long Pink Felted 

* Singapore Airlines Just Unveiled Their Luxurious New First Class Suites [Town&Country]

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  • Check out the podcast “There Goes the Neighborhood” for intelligent analysis of gentrification. It mostly focuses on NY and LA, but the trends apply to other cities as well.

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