Chanel to the Rescue

{Dress: Vintage Norma Kamali leopard wrap dress. Shoes: Jimmy Choo. Bag: Chanel. Necklace: Vintage. Sunnies: c/o Lacoste.} I recently attended the grand (re)opening of the Chanel store at Bal Harbour shops. (It’s amazing—it’s Chanel, why wouldn’t it be?) The store is top-notch, complete with Barbie-pink dream purses, sneakers that even I would wear, baubles bearing Coco’s logo, coveted Chanel-colored polishes (I could literally go on here all day). Some of my personal faves are the primary-colored box clutches in the windows—and basically everything else in the store. Even the chairs are boucle. Walking into such an environment can push a girl to her limits. It’s a test of willpower that far surpasses that of resisting Thin Mints come Girl Scout cookie time. Of course, I couldn’t leave without buying at least something— I picked up a the world’s greatest red lip liner. The one I got a million years ago and somehow…Read More



Look Both Ways Before Crossing

My dad introduced me to the Beatles when I was a kid. And hubby and I introduced Milly to them right after she was born. We’re all big fans. So, when I went on the Miami Art Museum bike tour of Wynwood a couple of weekends ago and I spotted this tripped out crosswalk, the first thing I thought of was a modern day Abbey Road. It’s a work commissioned by Miami Biennale and the Knight Foundation by artist Carlos Cruz-Diez and dedicated to the late Tony Goldman, the man who made Wynwood happen. And it’s the first-ever artistic cross walk in Miami. Upon seeing it, I got the idea to shoot kiddo and I re-interpreting the album cover. And that’s exactly what we this past weekend on a brisk Sunday morning. Just down the street, Art Wynwood was showing local artists’ work in a Basel-style tent. And here we…Read More