Town & Country UK 10/6/2015 October is my favourite month for reading. Grey mornings framed by orange leaves pair well with good fiction, and this season I find myself more […]
New York Observer 10/24/2014 It’s nearly midnight on a Friday, and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge has all but dissolved into the slate October sky. From the shore of Bay Ridge, its […]
Gallerist 6/27/2014 Raymond Pettibon’s hands trembled during the half-hour he spoke at the Strand on Wednesday night. Kim Gordon was more relaxed. (Holding a microphone isn’t so foreign to her.) […]
In “Songs About Books,” Lauren Kinney seeks to blend literature and music into one.
Harper’s BAZAAR 3/25/14 The story of Rachel Zoe is the story of a great balancing act. Her “own chic world,” as she puts it, is the stuff of fashion fantasy […]
Harper’s BAZAAR 3/10/2014 “When I dream of afterlife in heaven, the action always takes place in the Paris Ritz,” Ernest Hemingway once wrote. He wasn’t alone, either—Coco Chanel adopted the […]
Harper’s BAZAAR 2/19/2014 With a few weeks of winter left to brave—and storms that drop by at a more-than-neighborly rate—we’re finding it hard to step outside the warm confines of […]