Theory’s presentation for fall is a parade of utilitarian luxe® goodness. A refined cape (with a patrician pose to boot), a bit of fur, and what can I say: look 13 is so very clean, it’s perfect. See the complete collection at Style.com.
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Guillaume Henry’s début at Nina Ricci was filled with quietly elegant looks: just the sort of thing my sartorial dreams are made of. Don’t miss the full collection at Style.com.
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Wilma, a nine-year-old Jack Russell Terrier, really knows how to live. She enjoys a good meal, likes to sleep in, and makes friends wherever she goes. (Moreover, she has a great sense of humor about it all!) Charmingly photographed by her friend/mother/owner, artist Rae Dunn, Wilma shares her insights daily at Instagram, and I’ve become a huge fan: her advice never fails to put a smile on my face.
Lucky for us, Chronicle Books** saw a book in Wilma’s musings, and today marks the launch of Wilma’s World: Good Advice From a Good Dog. It’s simply but beautifully designed, and captures some of my favorite Wilma moments, making it the perfect keepsake for fans, and a wonderful introduction for those who have yet to meet Wonderful Wilma. (Speaking of which, my dog-obsessed family should check their front porches soon for an amazon.com delivery.) Treat yourself, and keep up with Wilma’s wisdom (and antics) via Instagram and Facebook.
treat yourself and enjoy every last bit
admit when you are wrong
an outtake from wilma’s (hopefully) upcoming nytimes feature! stay tuned!*
* photos by rae dunn, all other photos by jane potrykus
please note: Wilma and Rae sent/gifted me an advance copy of Wilma’s World. No promise of editorial coverage was given.
** p.s. Chronicle, if you’re listening, may I request that your next book be about Rae Dunn’s sublime watercolors? I’m sure that Wilma would approve.
The understated glamour at Aquilano.Rimondi caught my eye. A nice upgrade to the usual LBD. View the full collection at Style.com.
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I don’t know why, but Londoners seem skeptical about the goodness of iced tea. Here’s hoping that Kenkō Tea Bar changes that. Currently a pop-up shop at Old Street Station (Northern Line), this new line of cold brew teas have no added sugar but pack plenty of flavor, with each blend steeping for at least 8 hours to release the antioxidant goodness without bitterness. With a range of flavors, including the tea world’s current darling, Matcha, I sampled a few before settling on a ginger/licorice blend for my first bottle. (I usually shy away from licorice flavors, but this was subtle and really good.)
Kenkō Tea Bar’s pop-up runs through April 5. (Here’s hoping that iced tea weather appears in full force before then.) Head on over to sample the line, pick up a few favorites, and follow Kenkō at Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
a peek inside the pop-up, including the sample bar
photos by jane potrykus