Décor Inspiration : The French Manoir, Chevaigné-du-Maine, France


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News 06.05.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

America was jolted out of its pandemic stupor this week by a dramatic cycle of police violence, protests, looting and retaliation—one that quickly jumped from city to city and crashed, literally, against the gates of the White House.

Style Icon: Loulou de la Falaise

I still remember the first time I saw a photo of Loulou de la Falaise. It was at the Musée Galliera, and I was immediately drawn to her clothes, the styling, l’allure. I knew instantly that she was not just another model. She was the epitome of chic, elegance, grace and style …

News 06.03.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

On an afternoon in early May, New York City’s Fifth Avenue was as bright, open, and empty as an airport runway, lined with luxury stores that stood vacant behind glass windows. The New York Public Library was shuttered; Times Square’s giant screens played to the few people drifting around the sidewalks; you could hear the wind, at the center of one of the most populated cities on earth.

Mini Trend: Chanel Velcro Sandals

Wearing statement pieces over and over again mean one thing: timeless trends. The classic pieces that people can wear on repeat are not only refreshing and show style, but also create an even bigger desire to be purchased.

News 06.01.20 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

In Order to Understand the Brutality of American Capitalism, You Have to Start on the Plantation. A couple of years before he was convicted of securities fraud, Martin Shkreli was the chief executive of a pharmaceutical company that acquired the rights to Daraprim, a lifesaving antiparasitic drug. Previously the drug cost $13.50 a pill, but »

Playlist 05.29.20 : Five Songs for the Weekend

French artist Oklou debuts her new single, “SGSY.” The track’s name stems from the main hook “she’s gonna slaughter you” and there’s an overwhelming feeling she means it. Signaling toward an ultimate breakup song or supporting a friend through a tough relationship, the track’s message is climactic and haunting with its soft-spoken delivery.

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