When Your Feet Are Warm, Your Heart Is Warm

When Your Feet Are Warm, Your Heart Is Warm
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It might be barefoot and sandal season, but when you’re at home and just want to get comfy or warm your toes after hitting the surf, there’s nothing a pair of fleece-lined wool socks to make your heart smile. I love these cozy slipper socks hand knit from Himalayan yak wool by Tibetan Socks. I got them not just for me, but for both my girls. They’re perfect for lounging around the house, nestled in…

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Blow Out Remedy

Blow Out Remedy
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When you’re a women with places to go, you inevitably end up reaching for the blow dryer more often than is good for your hair. I get my hair blown out at least four times a week. All that heat can damage delicate hair follicles, so it’s essential to keep hair hydrated and healthy. My long time friend and celebrity colorist Kathleen Flynn Hui lured me into the love of serum. To avoid dry lifeless…

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Donald Robertson Draws Bergdorfs

Donald Robertson Draws Bergdorfs
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If you are reading this blog, you are already acquainted with the brilliant work of artist Donald Robertson – even if you didn’t realize it – he drew the doodle of me at the top of this page! Now all of New York gets to enjoy his art from the windows of Bergdorf Goodman while shoppers on the 3rd floor can see a recreation of his Union Square studio with hanging sketches and unique painted…

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Totally Timo

Totally Timo
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The other day I had the pleasure of hosting a trunk show with one of my favorite designers – Timo Weiland at Scoop in New York. Timo’s designs are young and fresh, catering to the cool crowd for whom he DJs at The Jane and SoHo Grand. He’s been on my radar – and that of fashion insiders since he launched his first collection for Spring 2010. Since then, the line has been picked up…

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Sharing the love

Sharing the love
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Some people knit as a hobby, others Sudoku, I make jewelry. Creating accessories and baubles has been a passion and a pastime of mine since I was 16. Growing up in Wisconsin, I used to make friendship bracelets from fishing wire as a hobby. As I grew older and began modeling, I started collecting vintage medallions from my travels and incorporating them into my designs. Inspired to see how this interest could develop, I took…

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