Golden Globes 2014 Jan13

Golden Globes 2014

The 2014 awards season kicked off last night with the Golden Globe Awards, and as always, Hollywood turned it out. Red was a big color last night, as well as the ubiquitous black. My choice for best dressed (hands down) goes to newcomer Lupita Nyong’o in Ralph Lauren… talk about a...

Lisa Pomerantz Oct30

Lisa Pomerantz

As an interior designer, I am always interested to see the myriad of ways in which people give new life to their furniture and interiors. Sometimes it can be as simple as a coat of paint, a new piece of art, or rearranging the furniture. And sometimes it can be slightly more complicated. For...

Emmys Fashion Sep22

Emmys Fashion

Red carpet fashion is always my favorite part of any awards show, and the ladies of Hollywood really turned it out for tonight’s Emmy Awards. In terms of trends, I didn’t notice anything that seemed terribly new. Jewel tones were still quite big – from rich reds and...

Stantt Sep12


Over the past few years we’ve seen a number of improvements to the sizing of men’s shirts. Designers have introduced slim cuts, and have even expanded their range of sizes. Yet finding that “perfect fit” can still be troublesome for the majority of guys. Enter the...

Tom Scheerer Aug30

Tom Scheerer

There are a number of decorating and design books that I have been eagerly anticipating, but perhaps none more than Tom Scheerer’s – the first from this brilliant interior designer. Tom Scheerer Decorates (written by Mimi Read with photographs by Francesco Lagnese) will be...

Sotheby’s Preview May14

Sotheby’s Preview

This evening Sotheby’s will auction some truly remarkable pieces of both Post War and Contemporary Art. I was able to preview the auction over this past weekend, and was blown away by the magnitude of important works that are part of this catalogue. From Yves Klein to Gerhard Richter,...

Piero della Francesca May10

Piero della Francesca

One of my favorite museums, The Frick Collection recently mounted an exhibition on the painter, Piero della Francesca – who is strongly considered to be one of the most influential painters of the fifteenth century, and of the Italian Renaissance. Piero was also known to be an...

Punk Rock May08

Punk Rock

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (in collaboration with Vogue magazine) throws a big bash every year to celebrate the new exhibition of their Costume Institute. On Monday night the stars were out in droves to attend the gala, an event that is akin to the Oscars for the fashion set. Punk is the...

Chez Welch May06

Chez Welch

With perhaps limited exception, celebrities homes are beautifully appointed, decorated to the nines, and chock-full of high priced antiques, furniture, art, and accessories. Often times though, their singularity – what makes them them, is lost in the fray. Florence Welch recently opened...

Ackermann – Fall 2012 Mar06

Ackermann – Fall 2012

Rumors are still swirling about who will replace John Galliano at Dior, and the name that seems to be on the most lips, is Haider Ackermann. Over the weekend the Colombian born, Antwerp trained designer (who was once an intern for Galliano) showed his Fall 2012 collection, and yet again...

Page 1 of 2212345...1020...Last »