Spring is in the air and we’re dreaming of warmer weather and new adventures. Here is what’s on our list this season.
W E A R
We’re loving the late 60’s/early 70s look we seem to be seeing everywhere. Flirty baby-doll dresses with groovy gladiator boots and a little something underneath.
R E A D
We’re lightening things up for Spring with something new from Nick Hornby. Since he got it so right in High Fidelity and About a Boy, we’re hoping he does it again in Funny Girl.
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A warm March day is all the excuse we need to grab a spot on the patio at Gracias Madre. The first hint of sunshine will find us feasting on their Flautas de Comote and Coliflor Frito. The food is so good, you’ll never guess it’s vegan and super-healthy.
S E E
Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio at the Hammer Museum. The incredibly inventive Heatherwick Studio has designed everything from the cauldron at the London Olympics to roll-up bridges to handbags. And it doesn’t hurt a bit that admission to the Hammer Museum is always free.
A weekend at the BNP Paribas Open in the Desert. All the world’s best tennis players in one place without all the Grand Slam red tape. We never miss it and neither should you!
From top: WEAR: La Perla Lace Triangle Bra, Gianvito Rossi Ferah Knee High Sandal, Louis Vuitton dress, (see our Louis Vuitton Series 2 post); READ: NY Times review of Funny Girl by Nick Hornby; EAT: Gracias Madre, 8905 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood (photo by decor8); SEE: Provocations at the Hammer Museum; DO: BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells, (see our Desert Tennis Weekend post), Chanel tennis racquet (Pinterest).