Those lucky Londoners have some very pretty and—I’m assuming, here—very delicious treats at their fingertips with The Marshmallowists. Started by two enterprising ladies who evidently woke up one day dead set on starting what seems like the most fun business idea ever, Marshmallowists offers flavors we can all really get behind, like pear and elderflower. And blueberry-gin. Plus, these au natural mallows are damn pretty (a feat with no artificial coloring!). Continue reading
Eye makeup is sort of a tricky thing. At least for me, opening up a palette of eyeshadows is akin to staring down the Sunday New York Times puzzle. What goes where? Each has a supposed purpose, but how to tell what it is? Unlike its friendlier, simpler compatriots like lipstick and nail polish (apply color to assigned body location; done), eye makeup is a trickier, wilier beast. Continue reading
If you aren’t already familiar with the Keep A Breast foundation—its origins, its outlook, its incredible staff—I really encourage you to dive in. Buy some bracelets, banish toxins from your world, figure out what eating right really means. They’ll lay it all out for you.
It’s a great organization and, completely unsurprisingly, chock full o’ great people, too. The least of which is certainly not today’s Rise & Shine participant, KAB’s VP of Marketing Kimmy McAtee. Continue reading
Annie Lee Larson of ALL Knitwear and Ellen van Dusen of Dusen Dusen are not only two of my favorite Brooklyn-based designers, but they are also friends-turned-studio mates! Talk about a double-whammy. Continue reading
We just wrapped up an unseasonably hot, summery and at times warmly glowing weekend up here at the Treehouse. Meanwhile, I’ve been swept away by a gaggle of friendly ladies, playing ping pong as the aforementioned warmth peters out for the day, and feting a tiny friend-to-be (a note: we should all be so lucky to have a baby kegger in place of a shower). Things feel like they’re clicking and I’m feeling uncharacteristically content and floaty. (Blithely ignoring this fact.) Here, music to match—whatever it is. Continue reading
I can’t stop looking (and then re-looking) at British e-commerce site Plümo’s spring lookbook. Shot on location in Sicily [Ed's note: My ancestral stomping grounds, whoop!], each immersive photo is a vacation in of itself. Also, I could easily take one of each item—everything looks fantastic! Continue reading