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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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News 11.10.21 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets
@lepinkfigaro

A LITTLE LATE with this week’s links (for the first time in a very long time), as have been busy with new projects and new content for TIG, including the Talking Points series. We’ve also been getting things ready at The Shop for the holiday season and organising things in general, for autumn always seems like the perfect time for such things. Recently read in The New Yorker something that has made me really think again about our short-lived series You Are What you Consume: “…the sophistication of our thinking is determined to a large degree by the sophistication of the language we hear used to describe our world.” This thought has prompted me to reconsider (again) the things I am reading online and the level of language used, and I think it’s time to regain the ground I’ve lost to twitter feeds and the comments section of Instagram (if there are lower places, I can’t think of them at the moment). Time is energy and right now I am consumed with spending it in the best way possible.

This week’s links include quilted jackets and Chamonix snow boots for winter days; Haussmann architecture; pink coupes and French candles for Saturday nights, and much, much more.

xo,

{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :

 

* Travel Inspiration: Château Voltaire, Paris

* For winter days: this Quilted Jacket & these Chamonix shearling and suede snow boots

* How Haussmann Architecture Transformed All of Paris with Modern Buildings

* For the weekend: this Faux shearling-lined jacket & these Knitted-cuff ankle boots

* The best cities in the UK in 2021

* At the office: this Buttoned Tweed Jacket & this Wicker Handbag

* Trove of Unseen Photos Documents Indigenous Culture in 1920s Alaska

* For cosy Saturday nights: these Pink coupes & this French candle

 
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  • I always get taken away in my mind, every time you post anything from France..my years spent there was heavenly !

  • valerie said...

    So surprised to see an exhibit from my hometown of Muskegon, Mi in your links. This is the second exhibit they have done of Curtis’s photos. The museum is a little gem!

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