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Who To Follow On Instagram…Hamish Bowles

I’ve known Hamish for years and I’ve always admired his wonderfully eclectic style and his depth of knowledge regarding all things fashion, interior, gardening, etc.   What I love about his instagram is the diversity. He’s one of the few people I love to live vicariously through his travels. Basically anything that involves good taste [...]

The Best Belts EVER…found at Unis, New York

  I Finally found my favorite stretchy Anderson belts at Unis in New York which is great because I had just recently lost my blue one. They must have around five colors of them available.   If you’re thinking about buying just note they run small. Personally, I had to go up a size for [...]

Faces by The Sartorialist…Curtis Kulig

I had a great time the other day shooting New York artist Curtis Kulig of “Love me” fame. He’s the latest contributor to Faces by The Sartorialist!   Discover his exclusive art series inspired by eyewear below.   Click here to see the video on Faces by The Sartorialist

The Reading List….Pradasphere, 2014

  If you’re a fan of Prada this book will be like candy to you.  I originally saw it a few months back in the Prada in Milan and decided I NEEDED to have a copy. It’s a HUGE hardcover book filled to the brim with images of everything Prada. Runway stills, ad Campaigns, accessories [...]

The Sartorialist’s Italian Tips….Villa Spalletti Trivelli

  I can’t wait to go back to Rome this summer.   When I was there last summer, I fell in love with Hotel Villa Spalletti Trivelli. It’s a private home which has been converted into a hotel (but don’t worry, it has not lost any of its original character).   As you can see [...]

The Ease of Paris with Cinq-S!

  We’re preparing for the next round of shows in Italy and Paris and one of the first thing’s we’re doing is making arrangements with Cinq-S.   It’s a great car service in Paris, and it was able to get us not only around Paris, but also to Versailles just outside of Paris. The driver [...]

The Screening Room…Leave Her to Heaven

Leave her to Heaven won the Academy Award for best cinematography in 1945, but that’s only part of why I’m suggesting this film.   The color throughout the movie is beautiful, a dreamy palate of teal and white, but to me this film is all about Gene Tierney. Specifically in the infamous boat scene above. I [...]

The Sartorialist’s Italian Tips….Trattoria Sostanza

  For those of you planning some time in Italy this summer, over the next couple of weeks i’ll be sharing a few tips of places you really must visit.   Florence is an obvious must see for ANY trip to Italy.   Tucked away on Via del Porcellana, is Trattoria Sostanza. I hate to use [...]

Who To Follow On Instagram…The Costume Institute Library

  Sometimes it can be very hard figuring out who to follow (even harder trying to sift through hundreds of accounts to find one that might actually inspire you).   The Costume Institute Library (@costumeinstitutelibrary) is a great surprise because a library within a museum would typically be the last type of institution you’d expect [...]

The Reading List….Antiques: il Gusto Classico Negli Interni Italiani Volume I

I actually bought Volume II about six months ago and fell in love with it immediately. (Ive been looking for volume I ever since). Luckily on my last trip to Milan I found Volume I at Rizzoli and bought it immediately.   As you can see from the images, this is the best book on [...]

China: Through the Looking Glass

  The new Costume Institute exhibit, China: Through The Looking Glass, explores the impact of Chinese aesthetics on Western fashion.   The Exhibit kicked off this morning with a press preview which will be followed by the Annual Met Gala tonight. Officially, the exhibit opens to the public this Thursday, May 7th and will continue on [...]

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