From left to right: 1) I had cocktails with my hero Fran Lebowitz last week and I may never recover. 2) Scouting for art and light at the Boston Public Library. 3) Nothing feeds the soul like a quiet Sunday morning. 4) “Shuck me oysters and tell me I’m pretty,” this OysterFest tee really gets me. 5) A little Nietzsche to start off the…Read More
Archives for October 2016
Artist Steve Locke is not afraid of handling delicate subject matter. In fact, he relishes the opportunity to bring the dark secrets of human history to light. In his collaborative exhibitions Family Pictures at Gallery Kayafas and The School of Love at Samsøn, he confronts violence, racism, and identity with controlled expertise. He reminds Boston,…Read More
It’s no secret that burgundy is my favorite fall color and I’m relishing every way I can wear it. This leather skirt is a steal from the Target Who What Wear collection and the top is a dress that I’m using here as a shirt. The look has all the elements of fall fashion but…Read More
From left to right: 1) New wall art I made at Paint Nite. 2) Burgundy is my favorite fall color. 3) Chocolates in bed, a weekend luxury. 4) Remnants of a trip to OysterFest last weekend. 5) Wine on the Provincetown coastline. 6) Supplies for a weekend of work.
This week I took a break from reading about death (whoops, uh-oh, what’s wrong with me?) to check out The Gilded Years by my girl Karin Tanabe. The historical fiction novel is based on the true story of Anita Hemmings, the first African American woman to graduate from Vassar. What makes it a story? No one…Read More
We’ve been having a weird uptick in weather this week with temps up to the ’80s. For Boston in October, this is highly irregular and my flannels and boots are not happy about it. But a little mid-fall heat wave does give me the opportunity to wear some of my summer faves one last time….Read More