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Part of me embraces the increased communication that social media offers, yet I often wish for more one-on-one interaction rather than through a box that emits light. In this yearning for a more tactile nature of communication, I’m incredibly grateful to Rifle Paper Co., which I’ve developed a borderline obsession with (as seen by just some of […]

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Starbucks’ pumpkin scones were my kryptonite in college, when it wasn’t unusual for me to take two or three and demolish them in two days’ time. Thankfully I make much better food choices these days, but am also aided by the fact that either NYC stores do not sell the scones, or they can only be […]

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I’m in continual amazement of J.Crew and their output of gorgeous editorial content. From styling to art direction, their catalogs and advertisements have an incredibly detailed and timeless quality that speaks to the essence the of the brand. The pared down beauty of the models, who seem to wear only concealer and a swipe of […]

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Emerson Fry has become my work wardrobe staple with pieces I always feel confident and classic in. Although normally out of my budget, I’ve snatched up a few investment pieces over the past year, and ravenously peruse their outlet sale every Thursday. They truly have an eye for detail-from the highest quality garments to impeccable […]

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Sarah Jessica Parker’s one of those celebrities I have a hard time separating from her alter ego. Whenever I stop by Magnolia Bakery in the West Village, I walk a block to Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment (er…apartment exterior), half expecting to see Big waiting in the taxi out front. Like Carrie, Sarah Jessica Parker lives in […]

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Cafe Colette’s French toast in roasted nectarine and white wine sauce is by far the best I’ve ever had, and therefore served as my Saturday and Sunday brunch. Bakeri, a tiny artisanal bakery nestled in a North Williamsburg neighborhood a few blocks from mine, certainly made me glad I had scheduled a SoulCycle for the […]

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Parisian desserts seem the pinnacle of skill and artistry. As I’m relatively new to baking, I’ve shied away from such projects until I saw the words “profiteroles” and “easy” roped into the same sentence. Food-wise Ina Garten has opened new worlds for me, so I knew, regardless of her expansive culinary expertise, that I’d be […]

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