1st March 2013

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1st March 2013

Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7
Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7
Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7
Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7
Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7
Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7
Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7
Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7
Out & About 
Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party
Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.
The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!
Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7

Out & About 

Karl Lagerfeld Watch Launch Party

Gregory’s Beverly Hills hosted a party last night for the launch of designer Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of watches for Fossil. Decked out with a martini bar and a super chic candy station, the high-end boutique drew a fashionable crowd to come out and celebrate.

The line features 15 watch designs and they each embody the true essence of Karl Lagerfeld and his iconic designs. Detailed with chains, leather, zippers, and his lucky number, seven, this collection is nothing short of luxury. The best part is that they range from $150-595. Affordable chic!

Collections: Karl Zip | Karl Chain | Karl 7

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8th January 2013

Item of Desire
Rep Your City
Nothing gets me going like simplicity and clever design. These NY and LA bar tables are both. The legs of each one are acronyms for the city they represent, and for a city boy like me (born in NY but residing in LA) both of these belong in my home. And for $580 a pot they could be in yours too.
Faktura Design LA/NY Tables, $580 Item of Desire
Rep Your City
Nothing gets me going like simplicity and clever design. These NY and LA bar tables are both. The legs of each one are acronyms for the city they represent, and for a city boy like me (born in NY but residing in LA) both of these belong in my home. And for $580 a pot they could be in yours too.
Faktura Design LA/NY Tables, $580

Item of Desire

Rep Your City

Nothing gets me going like simplicity and clever design. These NY and LA bar tables are both. The legs of each one are acronyms for the city they represent, and for a city boy like me (born in NY but residing in LA) both of these belong in my home. And for $580 a pot they could be in yours too.

Faktura Design LA/NY Tables, $580

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26th February 2012

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26th February 2012

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 1 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 2 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 3 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 4 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 5 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 6 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 7 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 8 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I
I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!
Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.
Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.
Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.
Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.
Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.
Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.
Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.
Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.
Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.
So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!
Comments welcomed

Photo 9 of 9

Inside My Apt, Part I

I’m feeling extra generous this Sunday morning, so I’ve decided to give you the 1st installment of the Inside My Apt series, which will be a series of 9 photos giving you bits-n-pieces of things around my apartment. Enjoy!

Photo 1: My books and vintage lamp.

Photo 2: The bar. I’m more of a vodka person but somehow I have this big ass bottle of Bacardi rum. The Grey Goose is on the bottom shelve.

Photo 3: The chandelier above my dining table was imported from France.

Photo 4: Part of my styling closet. I organize things in labeled boxes, i.e. Earrings, Necklaces, Hair Accessories, Hosiery, etc.

Photo 5: My personal accessories drawer, organized by rings, bracelets, necklaces, tie clips, cuff links, etc. A lot of them are vintage.

Photo 6: I collect books (mostly fashion ones) so here’s a few more from my collection.

Photo 7: If you use the Hipstamatic iPhone app then you know you can order prints of your photos right from the app, so I created a small gallery in my hallway to display my favorite ones.

Photo 8: On top of my coffee table you’d find the Alexander McQueen, Tom Ford, and Vogue Living books, cup coasters, and a terrarium — and sometimes a tv remote.

Photo 9: My dining table has temporarily been converted into my office-slash-blogger central.

So there you have it, the first installment of Inside My Apt. Stay tuned for Part II sometime next week. Maybe we’ll make this a Sunday ritual. Cheers!

Comments welcomed

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