Saturday, December 26, 2009

Bunny honey.

Now I've seen some great latte art, but how incredible is this?

(courtesy jollygoo, one my favorite blogs)

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Let it snow...

We're anticipating the first snowstorm of the season here in NY tonight, so I'm hunkered down, warm and safe at home. I'm planning to finish off a couple of holiday gifts for my family, make some progress with my first attempt at circular knitting (a cowl scarf in charcoal heather wool), and pore over the newest issue of Lonny magazine.

Looks like I'll be starting with Lonny, as it's the easiest to check off my list and is filled with articles on holiday gifts, a winter garden party, J. Crew's Women's Collection store on the UES, Kate Spade's Fifth Ave. shop, and loads of other beautiful and stylish things. What a great way to spend a snowy night!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Please stand by...

...for new posts (hopefully in the very near future). I recently started a second part-time job with a local "fashion jewelry" manufacturer. Between this and my existing PT job at a local museum reproduction/ nature-inspired jewelry manufacturer I have been working seven days a week and can't really think clearly enough to create any interesting posts. I hope those of you who've visited my blog in the past will check back for new material soon!

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Getting crafty.

Stay tuned... later this week I'll post about my visit to Saturday's Martha Stewart Holiday Craft Sale at her NYC headquarters. I had such a great time!

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Liberty for all... really!

Since I was on the wrong side of the pond for Liberty of London's September sample sale (talk about alliteration!), and I am a major fan of their products, I was extremely thrilled to discover that they will be collaborating with Target on a line of merchandise, set to launch in March! I'm hoping they'll have some great women's oxford shirts in classic Tana Lawn fabrics, like this. So many designers have put the fabrics to great use... Cacharel, A.P.C, J. Crew... fingers crossed that the Target line will be one to remember!