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A rundown of what we’re doing, watching, reading, coveting.
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watching, reading, coveting.
Here's what's got our attention this week.
The prettiest seasonal wine stoppers I ever did see. An extra nice host gift for your extra nice host.
I am obsessed with socks. I know that makes me sound one gazillion years old, but it’s true. I love socks for myself, my kids, as gifts. I’ve probably given socks as gifts to everyone I know. (Sorry!) These are the latest cuteness for Jamesie, Griffin, Louise and me!
The tippy top of my Christmas list is an NYC art tour. My friend Gisela is an art curator, advisor, the NYC correspondent for GQ + Vogue Brazil and gives art tours here in New York City. She’s also the loveliest of humans. It’s been over a year since I got to go on one of her art tours, and I’m dying to do it again. She has a wonderful way of opening your eyes to pieces you might overlook and dive deeper into work you think you understand–like the best most interesting art history class. Without the tests! A great in-depth way to experience the NYC art scene for visiting friends/relatives + even those of us who live here!
I just discovered Wisp Ceramics and I can’t get over how beautiful they are ! I especially love these vases, and this stunner. They’re currently being sold at Zero Maria Cornejo in LA.
I’ve been making Ila’s Coconut Oats with Maple + Seeds for India and Josh for a few winters now (it’s so easy + tasty !). I made it for Major for the first time today, and he devoured it (I skip the maple for him), so I was thrilled to see Karen’s slow cooker recipe for Coconut Buckwheat + Steel Cut Oats with Blood Orange Compote (via Domino). I’m saving this one for Christmas week with my family in Rhode Island.
I just ordered this sweet barn for India for her 3rd birthday (one week from today !). She played with James’ at Liz’s house this summer, and couldn’t put it down ! She loved all the opening and closing, and giving everybody their own spot and their own home. I think it’s such a sweet gift for a boy or girl in the 2-4 year old range.
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