Sally Jane Vintage throws some pots on the wheel (Sally Jane Vintage)
Jo Abbie lives car-free in Los Angeles (KCET)
Clare Press goes all Wardrobe Spy in her own wardrobe (Clare Press)
An illicit nightclub in a Chelsea watertower. Call me chicken but I really don’t like the combination of alcohol and ladders. (New York Times)
“Don’t ever touch me as I am doing what I want to do.” Yoko Ono turns 80. (The Guardian)
Who the bloody hell is Mad Men‘s Bob Benson? I love how multilayered Mad Men is that we go looking for all these layers of meaning. Do you think he’s a government spy? Is he the falling man in the opening credits? Is he Don Draper’s son? (New York)
Found this picture of Mrs Press online (thanks, Shine by Three) and was reminded of an essay she wrote. A good essay starts in delight and ends in wisdom. She does it awfully well. You can read it here.
In a style rut? Taking a wardrobe risk might be just the boost your fashion mojo needs, says Mrs. Press. (more…)
Because we can’t get enough of stories about Gawker-lord Nick Denton (New York magazine). And then we found this Vanessa Grigoriadis article in the archives, also awesome (New York magazine).
A good essay starts in delight and ends in wisdom. Mrs. Press did it with this piece she wrote for Sunday magazine about life, death and fashion (Mrs Press).
She also gave us a sneak peek at a winter cape she designed. She promises ‘tis the perfect size to stash cakes. What do you think? (Shop Mrs. Press)
Fashion doesn’t accept frizzy hair or the wrong shoes or spots or wrinkles or eye bags. It doesn’t do ugly, and it doesn’t do old. Fashion demands glamour, thinness and fabulous skin. Fashion is nuts writes Clare Press.