Author Archives: Stacey Bewkes

In Vogue

Just in time for Fashion Week and and Fashion’s Night Out, which I discussed earlier today, Vogue has announced the fabulous overhaul of its website, vogue.com (of course). What an improvement!! Vogue was evidently given a hefty budget by Conde Nast to update their online presence and it shows.…
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Notorious & Notable

One of the events I am eagerly awaiting this fall starts during Fashion Week on September 14th but extends through January 3rd. It is an exhibit at The Museum of the City of New York entitled Notorious & Notable: 20th Century Women of Style.…
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Fashion Week Frenzy

This year there seems to be a new level of excitement leading up to this season’s Fashion Week. Not just with the shows themselves, which are sure to be filled with Oscar worthy presentations, but also the many activities planned around these dates.…
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Put to Good Use

Recently the editor’s pick at Jayson Home & Garden, the wonderful Chicago based source for unique modern and vintage furniture and accessories, was its vintage flashlight lamp, crafted from Indian made Everready flashlights from the early 20th century. It has a great distinctive look that could add character to any number of places.…
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Back to School

Even though many children have already started school, I don’t think of the back to school season as officially starting until after Labor Day. So in preparation for tomorrow, and in the spirit of gently re-engaging our minds after the summer hiatus, I’ve attached a fun video.…
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The Last Hurrah

As we gear up for what many of us consider the last weekend of summer, I thought a little farewell to the season would be fitting. Whether you’re heading to the beach nantucket sunset to the beach charlie at the beach or planning a lovely meal with friends photo by gus schmiege via fetch.taigan.com photo by pierre hussenot photo by pierre hussenot photo courtesy of the new york times photo courtesy of the new york times or just hanging out at home photo by tom leonard photo from francois halard photo by kurt markus I wish you and yours a very lovely weekend.…
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The Mona Lisa Curse

I would imagine most of you are familiar with Robert Hughes. The Australian art critic wrote for TIME magazine for over 30 years, has made dozens of TV documentaries, published many books and won countless awards, too numerous to list here.…
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The Fab Fifty

New York Spaces, the contemporary home design magazine, has just announced its annual (this is the third year) picks for the top 50 designers in the metro New York area. As they say, the list represents the old guard and the new stars. …
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Happy at Hermes

They must indeed be very happy at Hermes since they just reported a 55.2% jump in first-half net profit and said sales could be up 12% over the full year. Wow! Clearly the economy has not been affecting all retail establishments equally.…
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Bag Bounty

This fall fashion season is a winner in every way. The clothes are classic and beautifully tailored and so are the bags. I love the return to elegance trend evidenced by the lady-like structured forms here. I think Grace or Audrey would have been delighted to carry any of these.…
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