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Style Inspiration: Pure Romance for Warm February Nights
Style Inspiration: Pure Romance for Warm February Nights
Style Inspiration: Pure Romance for Warm February Nights

“To love is to know how to say I love you without speaking.” —Victor Hugo, French writer and poet

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

IT’S FINALLY BEGINNING to feel like summer is on the way, and already, there are roses in bloom all around town. With all the bright sunshine comes a feeling of hope, and daydreams of road trips to see castles and visits to quaint village pubs and trips to new places we’ve never been …

Sporty Chic: The Trainer on our Summer Shopping List

SINCE THE LOCKDOWN, clothing sales have reportedly dropped by 50%. While we're not exactly in this statistic as we did order a few basics such as denim and underwear, but for the most part, we can believe that it's true, for shopping has changed drastically over the past two or so months. We tried to »

News 05.22.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Cameron Crowe’s famously divisive 2001 sci-fi thriller Vanilla Sky has been called a lot of things over the years: an “incoherent jumble,” “tremendously vivid,” “self-destructive cinematic havoc,” “scrupulously moral.” As an unapologetic appreciator of this big, messy film, I’d like to add another adjective to the list: prescient.

At Home With: Rita Konig, County Durham

I AM NOT EXACTLY sure what it is that I am so drawn to in House & Garden columnist Rita Konig’s farmhouse, other than the fact that it is in County Durham and that we are also currently living in the English countryside …

Our Favourite Take Away Coffee Places in Paris

Seems like a lifetime ago, the social lifestyle we used to have when we were able to go to cafés and terraces, just sit in the sun for a while or enjoy the beautiful habit of people watching …

News 05.20.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

The coronavirus is upending our jobs, canceling our pastimes and messing with our social lives. Some of these effects might linger for months, even years, becoming the new normal. But the pandemic isn’t simply likely to change how we live—it could also alter where we live.