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The 12 R's with Laurel Hill

Laurel Hill's handmade in Montana jewelry is so out-of-this-world good, it makes you want to drop everything and head to the mountainous west. 

Traveling with Billie Carroll: Nassau

Blogger Billie Carroll is lucky enough to call New York City her second home, as Nassau in the Bahamas is her first. Here, she discloses her favorite spots, making your next journey to Nassau a piece of cake.  

The 12 R's with Dylana Suarez

"Straight down dresses and fringe, all with a sultry air to them. They wore clothing that danced with them, and I’m all for that." 

Concord, MA

We typically fall in love with palm trees and clear blue waters, not shocking, we know. But, on a recent Boston trip, we spent some time in historical Concord, and fell a little head over heels with a different type of environment.

Fall Lookbook Love

 Styled on the streets of SoHo with a flower power vibe. 


"Sometimes I really love a '40s midi-silhouette and then at other times, I am super 90s, all about a crop top and a high jean. Right now I am loving the '60s, mod minis all day."


"Bali is beyond gorgeous and is my favorite place that I have ever been to. While I was there, I relaxed on breathtaking beaches, explored the rice paddies in Ubud, practiced yoga and took tons of inspiration pictures for my jewelry."

Globetrotting Guide: Austin

We came for ACL, but stayed for the vintage, the food, and all of that southern charm.

Festival style: Lollapalooza

Festival style should just be an extension of your normal personal style, but with perhaps a bit more creativity. We think the key element here is not trying too hard, you know? Whimsical, elegant and fun. 

Globetrotting Guide: Tulum

 Perhaps someday we can spend 12 months out of the year in Tulum doing yoga, downing fresh juices, drinking out of coconuts and diving into crystal clear waters, but until then, here's what our Gulf of Mexico itinerary looks like when we have a week away... 

Tastemaker Tuesday

Traveling with Amy Marietta: Rome

Globetrotting Guide: Mykonos

Tastemaker Tuesday


Style it right, style it tight. 


Holding Miami's Art Basel in December is truly a gift for us New Yorkers. It's painfully chilly up here and any excuse to travel south to sunny South Beach is A-OK in our book. 
Art's creativity continues to fascinate us and we're intrigued by the elements, pop culture and current events that inspire artists and designers. It's basically one long, eye-opening weekend, plus the ocean and warm winds certainly don't hurt.
Th culture of this city is lively and hypnotic.  Dive in.



Provincial Details

Because East End escapes are necessary for any Manhattanite. 




Queen Bees of the late '90s have taught us a thing or two about style that's totally applicable for today. What's old is always new.


Just your average day stalking strangers' fashion choices.

throwback (thursday) style icons

Sloane Peterson of Ferris Bueller's Day Off.




The height of contemporary art and culture compacted on Randall's Island.


Where influencers dish on current obsessions with style, art, culture, and of course, travel.

Welcome to Miami

From fine ocean views to fine art to fine dining, Miami has it all with its art deco ways. This city is definitely a home away from chilly Manhattan home, and we especially adore it during Art Basel.

Coaching on Coachella

The Cut schools Coachella-goers on how to avoid getting lost in a sea of cliche festival fashion. You're all too familiar with those heart-shaped sunglasses and unrealistically warm fringe boots, right? We encourage you to dress as yourself, but like you're in the hot sun and listening to cool music. Which you are, so this should be easy.

Blue is the Hue

Blue shades are coming on strong for summer and you really can't go wrong with a color that mimics the ocean, now can you?

The Magic Mule

Certainly the shoe of the season, the mule is back in a big way. We find it more of a classic style, not really a trendy type of shoe, you know? That's probably why we love them, oh, so much


This mystical place almost feels as though it existed prior to our planet. Its land, structures, language and soil has been here for centuries upon centuries and we are never not amazed by what our eyes take in each time we visit the country.

Punta Cana

We ventured to the Dominican Republic on an impromptu getaway this past November. Winter was coming and we were not ready, so logically we traded in this chilly city for sand and salt water.

Globetrotting Guide: ROMA

Like many ancient cities, when in Rome, you can feel the energy pulsating through it. It's just one of the many reasons this city is so captivating.