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Layering Up

Layering up in creamy trans-seasonal pieces. Everlane Highneck and knit dress    
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Ultralight Cashmere

Ultralight Cashmere   – One of my favorite all-season pieces, the Falconeri Ultralight Cashmere Turtleneck. Ideal for layering during changing seasons, but lightweight enough for any time of the year. I have started building a foundation collection of neutral hues in this piece (see below) …wearing Cameo Pink, a dreamy terra-cotta, Gesso, a barely there nude […]

Printed

We Are Kams Printed dress
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Nearly Naked

Shot in partnership with Naked Cashmere Nearly NAKED   – Nothing like the first day of Fall to inspire trans-seasonal dressing. While I’m a fan of knitwear all year round, the season between Summer and Fall can still be especially tricky. My fallback for this time of year is always lightweight cashmere…think effortless, relaxed and […]

Beige

Beige palette, neutral tones, latte and caramel. Saint&Sofia Scarf and Tank top      
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Woron

Sustainable softness.. Woron slip dress  
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Mediterranean

Mediterranean atmosphere at Home. Everlane Top – Royal Republic Slides  
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Ribbed

Third Form All black ribbed dress  
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Liquid Gold

Home sunbath in liquid gold. Janessa Leone Straw Hat – Neon Rose Silk Dress  
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A Twist on Black Suiting

A Twist on Black Suiting   – The Iconic black blazer has a pre-fall style update with a slit leg pant and Summer straw hat…just want casual Friday called for. – Lafayette 148 NY Iconic Blazer + Pant Boots by the Row | Janessa Leone Hat

Neutral Tones

Neutral Tones   – A trifecta of favorites…structured shoulder, sweatpants and sneakers. A uniform of sorts lately. Calling this comfy, functional and eclectic. Kept the palette neutral while re-discovering my love of shoulder pads, thanks to this top by The Frankie Shop (I’m currently up to more colors in this tee than I’ll admit to […]

Neutral Territory

COS tank top – Uniqlo Jeans – Royal Republiq slides and bag  

Perforated

Loavies Dress – Mademoiselle Collective Oversize Clutch

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David Jones

Wavy glass vessels tinted with obsidian, earthy textured organic shaped vases and bowls stacked one inside of the other burnished in sea foamy hues reminiscent of the salty ocean.             Wavy glass vessels tinted with obsidian, earthy textured organic shaped vases and bowls stacked one inside of the other burnished

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Maak je tuin nu nog winterklaar!

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Isabelle’s Bedroom

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PROJECT DREAM HOME / THE GARDEN

Gezien het prachtige weer deze week vandaag een update van onze tuin op de blog. Toen ons huis opgeleverd werd, was een  van onze prioriteiten om zo snel mogelijk de tuin voor een groot deel aan te leggen. We wilden er echt al dire…

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Make This Warm Huckleberry Galette

Where we live it is Huckleberry season, which means these sweet little berries are now available at Albertson’s on Broadway, who I have been working with on several tasty projects this summer. Huckleberries look quite similar to blueberries but their taste is more intense with more juice which makes these intensely delicious once baked as the juices release and mix with he sugar/flour mixture to make a syrup.
This is another simple and quick recipe that appears and tastes more labor intensive than it actually is! Check out the recipe below.


Ingredients:

pie crust (make your own or purchase one ready-made)
fresh Huckleberries, about 5 oz
3 fresh figs
2 tlb flour
2 tlb light brown sugar
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground cardamom
pinch of salt
zest from 1/2 lemon
1 egg, beaten
coarse sugar or honey for garnish

Directions:

Roll out your pie dough into a circle, approx 12″ wide. Rinse your Huckleberries and figs and drain. Mix your sugar, flour and spices together and gently toss your fresh berries in them. Now fill the center of your crust with the dusted berries and then top with quartered figs and lemon zest, being careful to leave about 1 1/2″ of dough to folding over the edges. Pleat your edges as you fold them up, brush edges with the beaten egg and then sprinkle with coarse sugar. Bake at 350ºF/176 C for 40 minutes. Once galette is removed a cooled slightly you can drizzle it with a bit of honey. Serve with fresh vanilla ice cream or mascarpone cheese!

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Albertsons on Broadway. The opinions and text are all mine.

Bestå Gets a New Look with Norse Interiors

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Wrapping Tip : Wax Paper

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A gallery corner

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5 Days of Christmas Day 3 / Make These Easy Cream Cheese Mints

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“Architecture as intellectual inquiry needs to take more risks”

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Grenfell tragedy shows “architectural intervention must not be limited to facades” says Ole Scheeren

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Splayed shipping containers form Joshua Tree Residence conceived by James Whitaker

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Zaha Hadid Architects reveals plans for second Melbourne tower

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“Let’s save some of the Whitechapel Fatberg”

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Cruciform pavilion by Krupinski/Krupinska Arkitekter references historic Copenhagen garden

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Apple store was proposed for Garden Bridge in return for sponsorship

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