#bnapt #bnnyc #bnfoodsummer #bninternlyfe is happening NOW ppl. Gab and I are currently in the process of moving in. Get ready it will blow your socks off. If you don’t already follow Gabby and me on Instagram (aka if you live under the proverbial social ROCK, jk) do so now because the next five weeks will consist of ~~posts on posts~~ about our new hood and all it has to offer (mainly Momofuko, our new neighbor). We’re psyched to be living where we are, a nice central local halfway between the Upper West Side and Williamsburg, doesn’t get much better if you ask us. Turns out the guy we’re renting from is a South African Buddhist, so the place is serene, all white, and has some siiick natural light and statues (two of my like FAV things).
Here are some linkZ to browse while you chill after a day of tanning (burning) before pregaming for tonight.
1. This city guide of Paris. Paris Men’s Fashion Week is happening and next week is market week, so my entire office is pce-ing out to attend haute couture meetings, talk to buyers, and be generally bada*s. Though I wish I could go with them and be the lowly intern that they deign to breathe their air, it means I get all of next week off, so eh, not complaining.
2. The list of Smorgasborg vendors, probably happening this Sunday and/or every weekend until we move out. I’ll fast the day before to mentally and physically prepare myself.
3. The Resort ’15 Zimmermann collection. The creative sisters used their childhood vacations to Bali as their inspiration…ok. The lace detailing, bright prints, and open air structure to the clothes renders them almost unbeatable.
4. The View from the Topp Instagram account. This account is the brainchild/side project of the insanely cool LA freelance stylist, Kate Brien. She lives in Venice, has an awesome home office, and can go to the beach in the morning before work. Safe to say she lives my dream life.
5. Sheepskin thrown over chairs, couches, or used as a rug. I’m looking to decorate my room, apartment, dorm, etc. with this material. It’s neutral color keeps it calm but the texture and richness make blankets look threadbare and sad. Trust me on this one, the stuff is comfort gold.
Ciao for now.