Natty Light

Natalie Portman strikes some seriously striking poses for the New York Times Magazine, T.


{ Photos by Raymond Meier. Click for more }

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Hooray

Big news! Jessie Randall of the oh so lovely Loeffler Randall is designing a limited edition of accessories for Target. Those Target people are so smart.

Available December 30.

{ Thanks to “the Scoop” for the scoop. }

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Oh, Penelope

This month’s VOGUE covergirl, shot by Annie L. That’s all.

PS. I think this dress looks better on Penelope than Cate “Best Cheekbones Ever” Blanchett.

{ style.com }

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Shop-A-Matic

Let the shopping begin. New York Magazine’s Shop-A-Matic is a super fun way to browse through hundreds of cool products you probably don’t need, but will definitely want. They even break it down for you by personality, but in a miraculously fresh and not boring way. Home-obsessed girlfriend? Me, me, me.


Love the neon lace placemats.

{ New York Magazine’s Shop-A-Matic }

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Top of the Shops

Look at some of these fabulous new items from the Kate Moss for Top Shop holiday collection. The asymmetrical leather jacket is so lovely it almost makes me want to move to a colder climate. We don’t even have H&M. Tear.

{ katemosstopshop.com }

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Seeing Red

Do I really need another item to get lost in my black hole of a bag? Not really. But, this is pretty and I like the “idea” of a special holder just for business cards. A special patent croc framed card case that is.

{ redenvelope.com }

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Raise the Roof

I was browsing URBN for a little rug for my cubicle (apparently I’m violently allergic to jute), and found this piece from the Art Series collection. Not my usual style, but dreamy enough for me to make an exception. Rooftops are romantic.


Kurt Halsey Roof Wall Art, $12, from urbn.com.

Categories: art, home
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Bright Idea

Table lamp on the kitchen counter. So simple, who woulda thunk?


{ (left) Chrome gourd lamp as seen in InStyle Home and on Turquoise and (right) Domino November 2007 }

Categories: home
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Bold Lines

Always fresh: A clean, classic stripe or border.


{ Clockwise from upper left: NYT’s “On the Street” photo by Bill Cunningham, designer Will Meyer’s Taconic residence via dominomag.com, Dwell “Parallel” bedding from bluefly.com and decorator Chloe Warner’s bedroom via All the Best }

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