When we shot this look I told my friend and photographer Rebecca Gatto that I imagined the outfit on a princess who had wandered out of her fairytale and into the city. The sweet pink midi skirt provides a subtle foil to the alluring off-the-shoulder top (cashmere!). The Rose Kennedy Greenway has an urban oasis feel…Read More
From left to right: 1) Shopping female writers and authors of color this season. 2) Navidad Latina concert in East Boston. 3) Breakfast in bed on a Saturday snow day. 4) A sneak peak of my foodie day trip to Providence. 5) Always with the oysters. 6) Celebrating Boston’s first snow of the season.
Earl’s Prudential is stepping up their nightlife game with “The Cocktail Lab,” a program in their downstairs bar where they host a different local bartender every week. The guest drink spinners make special concoctions and flex their creative muscles on Earl’s extensive toolkit. Last week I stopped in while Andrea Pentabona of The Independent in…Read More
The lover of drama in me was immediately drawn to this sheer overlay .I love that it creates this illusion of a garment where there really isn’t one. I imagine this as the skeleton of a dress worn by Blanche from A Streetcar Named Desire. Except instead of the ruffled, morally modest gown, you see…Read More
From left to right: 1) The romantic back patio at Frenchie. 2) Went back in time for brunch in Somerville. 3) Planning my 2018 travel has me very excited for the new year. 4) Smoking cocktails at Earl’s Prudential. 5) Claire Ashley’s mammoth exhibit at BU. 6) Duck confit hash from Frenchie’s brunch menu.
I discovered Baltimore while visiting a college friend and immediately fell in love with the dynamic city. Though not known for tourism, Charm City has a lot to offer both culturally and culinarily. Where to Stay I stayed with my friend but there are lots of unique neighborhoods begging you to rent an Airbnb. Federal…Read More