Olivia Palermo

She may play a biatch on The City but there's no denying Olivia Palermo's style. From her luscious locks to her perfectly tanned legs (i.e. below) the girl always looks good. Loving the barrel curls these days, I'm slowly starting to leave my straightener behind for a curling iron.

It's been reported that she was the real-life inspiration for Blair Waldorf but I'm wondering if that was started just because of her undeniable resemblance of Leighton Meester.

Habitually Chic has a great collection of Olivia Palermo photos, here.

(Photos via TFS, The Sartorialist, La Dolce Vita)


Maison Hermès

Gorgeous window display at Japan's Maison Hermès by designer Tokujin Yoshioka.

(Via Fashionably Fly)


Tom Palumbo

Paris in 1962.

(Via A Cup of Jo)

Bottle Stopet

Another squirrely item by Mr. Adler.

Shaken, not stirred

Victoria Beckham looks like an international spy in this black leather trench by Loewe. I watched Casino Royale for what felt like the 10th time the other night, love that movie. The life of a glamorized spy, who wouldn't want that?

(Via Victoria Beckham Style)


Happy Holidays

The new issue of Lonny is out.

(Image from the kate spade 5th avenue shop)


Hotel Abalú

Hotel Abalú, located in Madrid, is a hostel turned boutique hotel. Located off of the Gran Vía it's at a great location with a very hip feel. Sign me up.

La Dolce Vita)

Getting into the Christmas spirit...

Best Christmas movie ever.

Where did I put the wand?

For all you people wishing you went to Hogwarts, you can now have your own magical wand.

This magical contraption can control up to 13 (creepy) remote-controlled gadgets. I would love to meet someone with one of these sitting on their coffee table.

(Via DailyCandy)

What time is it?

I would have loved this in college. You know, when it was hard to get to your 11AM class.



I can't get enough of her.

(Via Jak & Jil)


I love puzzles. These cookie cutters would be a great additon to the kitchen.

(Via simplesong)

Welcome home

Julianne Moore's West Village townhouse.

(Via Otis & Frank)

Letter writing

Calligraphy for beginners.

(Via Oh Happy Day!)



Frank Lloyd Wright lego sets. Available through Anthropolgie.

(Via BlackEiffel)


British WW1 poster circa 1915. Buy here.

(Via Ruby Press)


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