What You Need to Know About Indoor Air Pollution

It’s November, which means one of our most important national holidays is nearly upon us: The Crown season three binge-watching. The beauty of properly hunkering inside and watching a show in one sitting is that you only need a few things: Netflix subscription, snacks, and a cozy spot inside.

OKA: Making a House a Home

OKA: Making a House a Home

Even though I live in a small studio, I make it a point to entertain as often as possible. Even if it’s just one person over...

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Miller E-Bikes

Miller E-Bikes

Here’s the thing about bike riding: I love to do it,...

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Garance x Tim Little In Conversation

Garance x Tim Little In Conversation

There’s nothing we love more than an opportunity to...

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HILL CITY: FOR THE BOYS

We gushed about our love for Hill City here but in case...

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Beauty For the Men…

Tom Ford, Beard Comb; Maison Margiela, Fragrance; Jack...

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Garance at The Proper Hotel

Garance at The Proper Hotel

Co, Trench Coat Twenty Montreal, T-shirt Marni, Small...

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ANAIS NIN

ANAIS NIN

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In Conversation: Nili Lotan and Garance

In Conversation: Nili Lotan and Garance

While it’s safe to say that Garance has become a full...

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TURTLENECK SEASON

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Healing from Handicap

There are two distinctly different halves of my life. The first half was one spent on operating tables, hobbling around on crutches for years at a time, finding ways to wear clothes that fit over the metal cage fixed to my leg (snap away pants–thank you), and patiently answering the same questions from curious strangers like “Oh, No, What Happened?!” Or, my personal favorite, “Oh, No, What’s Wrong?!”. The second half of my life hasn’t actually been a half at all– more like the last five years– and is one where I’ve gotten to know the simple pleasure of moving through life crutches-free and questions-free without orthotics, without unsolicited prayers of healing over my body in airports (yes, this happened often) without meeting someone new and waiting for the moment when we talk about why I’m on crutches, and without basing my life’s plans around future surgeries.

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Hill City: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Hill City: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Deb Watson’s Guide to Gifting

Deb Watson’s Guide to Gifting

The Gift of Giving Gifts

The Gift of Giving Gifts

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Lessons In… Gifting

Three Looks with Eddie Powers

One night I was sitting at a bar with a friend (as many of my stories start). He mentioned another friend, a tailor, was meeting him at the bar that night. Five minutes later Eddie walks in. I’d never met Eddie before but without hesitation I said, “your friend is here.” I had never seen such well tailored jeans and perfectly fitted tee walk into this particular dive bar on a Friday night. By day Eddie is a Pattern Maker for Turnbull & Asser in New York and by night he lives in Greenpoint where you can find him fixing jeans, making garment alterations and gardening (as seen on @powersmade) Regardless of gender, I think everyone can take inspiration from impeccable fit and quality of clothes…

The Hungry Heart

The Hungry Heart

Once I spent some time with a man who had a cook. What I mean is that once, I loved this man with the cook. She was an older woman from his country and only spoke their language. She did his shopping, his washing,...

Hill City: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Hill City: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Ahhhh. Tis the glorious season of… freaking-out-about-what-the-hell-to-buy-your-boyfriend-husband-friend-lover for the holidays. We know. We talk about it a lot around the studio. Swapping gift ideas and...