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  • 02/23/17--09:30: sneak peek of sunset.
  • A couple of months ago I attended a styled event at Sunset Magazine’s gorgeous Test Gardens located at Cornerstone Sonoma in Northern California’s wine region. It was an opportunity to see the behind-the-scenes of a photoshoot for a Fall 2018 issue. I was beyond amazed by the beautiful settings, the great number of staff and talent to pull off this shoot and by the sheer fact that many magazine features are prepared this far in advance. It was stunning and I’m excited to give you a sneak peek of what’s to come in print this Autumn. The upcoming issue of Sunset will feature textiles by Los Angeles-based designer Heather Taylor. Her line includes all the...

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  • 02/24/17--05:00: wear this there: copenhague.
  • paris meets danish fare with the new swanky spot copenhague. this dining experience is definitely one for the books, because not only is the interior breathtaking but the daily-made tasting menu is rumored to be divine. step into a world of jewel-toned materials, and minimalist sensibilities. what pairs perfectly with a plush dining room chair than a candy pink suede coat, and matching boots? i would say just about nothing… this week’s wear this there is pure style-hedonism — comfortable & chic. this week’s read this there is the river at night, an adventurous novel that will take you through the wilderness and back. ~ michaela dartois, vérité published. wear this there: zara faux suede jacket;...

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  • 03/24/17--05:30: wear this there: ysabel.
  • there’s something so twinkly about a night out in hollywood — even when you live just across town. ysabel is the spot to find yourself for a very refined cocktail, and a dish to die over. the indoor/outdoor feel of the place is perfectly edited in the decor department, just the tiniest nod to the eclectic. we suggest you try and get the seat closest to the patio’s open fireplace for a prime evening experience under the stars. this week’s wear this there encourages you to try something feminine while you bat your lashes at the handsome waitstaff in something like this ruffled dress, and a darner sock clad shoe situation. this week’s book of choice?...

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    there’s a new destination gracing hudson, new york — and it’s the hip-countryside-goers dream come true. wm. farmer & sons is not only a spot to grab a delicious bite but also a mercantile, bar, and boardinghouse. the boutique style space designed by shappacherwhite architecture is full of masculine touches like deep jewel toned paint, open brick, and raw wood floors. that however, does not mean you can’t bring the eclectic femme to this dining experience with satin clog shoes, a botanical embroidered trench, and pom pom earrings — it’s all about balance right? make a res for a gaggle of good friends, or slide into a seat at the communal table with our latest read shrill...

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    ready for a lovely twist on the traditional margarita? i think you’re going to love the taste of this one! Patrón has searched the world for refreshing new margarita recipes to contend for a place in history: Margarita of the Year, and i was invited to recreate one of the seven artisanal contenders — the english garden margarita. Patrón is showcasing the versatility of the margarita and its endless variations in flavors with seven new recipes — from spice-infused to classic citrus. i found that the english garden margarita reminded me of a super refreshing ice tea flavor — probably due to the simple syrup in the recipe which is infused with earl grey tea —...

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    we’re hesitant to give up one of our favorite neighborhood spots in fear of larger brunch waits, but we don’t want you to miss out on the sweet experience that is ostrich farm. one of echo park’s biggest perks, this teeny restaurant is a must-hit while you’re on the east side of L.A. with its abundant breakfast bowls or delicious candle lit dinners, and an interior color trifecta of gold, emerald, and white you really can’t go wrong. it’s been a scorcher as of late in this city, so a lightweight frock with a lightweight cardigan tossed over your shoulders and your go to summer accessories are more than appropriate. in other outfit-related news, front row shop...

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    apologies for the tardiness of this post, but with so many photos to edit and links to gather it’s taken me some time to pull it all together, but at last, here we go — to france! so often, paris is the it place everyone wants to go — and ouí, it is a dream. but on my recent travels abroad, i visited a few other french cities and found them to be trés jolie. we traveled by train which is my favorite kinda way to get about — it’s quick and comfortable, affordable and very efficient. the trip from lyon to paris was just a few hours and we sat in very comfy seats complete with dining...

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    domino is crushing it again this week, with a stunning tour of interior designer & stylist elizabeth damrich’s historic 1830’s charleston, north carolina home. nothing gets my pulse racing more than sky-high ceilings and killer mouldings paired with classic modern furnishings, and elizabeth has that going on in spades. for the full beautifully curated home tour, sources and more about elizabeth, visit domino. • photography by ben jack of fuzzco for domino.

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    nashville has been quite the design draw as of late, and its new little blush-hued seafood spot little octopus is no different. the name is reason enough to wander in, but the color palette of candy pink, stark white, and neutrals puts it at the top of our ‘must hit list’. tennessee may be far from the beach, but this destination brings its essence home. we say it seems like the place to get lunch as you want plenty of light for those insta-story worthy moments, and you’ll want to be dressed the part of course. eccentric accessories will get you far with this look, currently, we are all over a good statement-making sandal. if you ate...

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  • 05/05/17--05:00: wear this there: sauvage.
  • so many stylishly clad restaurants, with infinitely delicious menus, so little time. this week’s wear this there takes us across the country and a quick subway ride to greenpoint, brooklyn for a dash of design charm at sauvage. pale pink walls, emerald green backsplash behind the bar — it’s enough to crash a pinterest board — and so is the summer look we’ve chosen for it. get dinner date ready in a reformation sundress and fringed mules because this meal will be one for the books. speaking of books, our read this there is the sweet love tale the great passage by shin miura. ~ michaela d’artois, vérité published. wear this there: reformation carlotta dress; Frayed...

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    if after seeing my trip to france earlier this year perhaps you’ve been longing for your own trip, and i may have just the ticket for you. ouí! mignonne decor a source for all things french decor has recently launched lush getaways, and oh my gosh does it look incredible — they’ve really strived to create a getaway experience that drops you right into a true french connection. mignonne’s lush getaways trip is being hosted in a beautiful, 17th century French Manor complete with a lounging jardin near a stunning saltwater pool and just steps away from the sweetest town of Brantome, quite possibly one of the most charming villages in France. This is a culinary adventure, with...

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  • 05/26/17--05:00: wear this there: tacombi.
  • from the shores of mexico, to bleeker street, tacombi is where one goes when suffering from massive taco cravings. it’s also where one goes to seek out eye-catching tiles, and festive interiors a la yucatan. you know what goes great with carne asada? pom pom purses, dreamy strappy sandals by Maryam Nassir Zadeh, and the perfect jumpsuit. head here with your favorite trashy beach read in hand — we suggest the latest it happens in the hamptons — possibly gain some inspiration before heading out of the smoldering city for the weekend? down an extra margarita for us! ~ michaela d’artois, vérité published. wear this there: club monaco allentin jumpsuit; brixton shelby cap; j. crew poppy...

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    Gal pals and tastemakers extraordinaire Emily Fiffer and Heather Sperling, met in Chicago years ago when they were each working as food writers and editors. Fast forward and they’ve traded the Windy City for L.A.’s year-round sunshine and swapped their pens for aprons and knives. Their combined passion and experience has realized itself in one of the most literal (and quite possibly the loveliest), farm to table experiences : Botanica Restaurant & Market. Heather and Emily source all vegetables, fruits and dairy from local growers and artisans and complement with a careful selection of oils, spices and vinegars from around the world. Like what you eat? You can purchase many of the elements (wine included) in the quaint...

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  • 06/13/17--05:00: a little bit of lisbon.
  • as promised in yesterday’s post about our charming apartment in lisbon, i wanted to share a few ‘must-visit’ spots around the city if you happen to be headed that way — which i most certainly recommend. lisbon is a beautiful seaside city, full of colorful pastel architecture. it reminds me a little bit of a much older san francisco — it’s hilly (and there’s trams), and even has a bridge — the 25 de Abril Bridge that closely resembles SF’s golden gate. we only had a short time in lisbon, but what i prized most was just aimlessly wandering the narrow streets and staircases, taking in all the colors and breathtaking views. oh, and you...

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    i’ve had so many travels this year, i feel extra fortunate. i don’t normally travel this often and i sometimes forget how much inspiration comes from stepping outside your day-to-day world, getting a fresh perspective and seeing life from other countries outside our own. as you probably couldn’t help but see from the abundant instagrams i posted, i went to cuba last november with tour company extraordinaire coast to costa. it was the trip of a lifetime that i highly recommend you make and especially encourage you to do so soon if you live in the states, now that the current administration may make significant changes to how americans can visit cuba. traveling to cuba...

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