From Garance Dore
Friday, February 27, 2009
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So, some of your posts, emails and links led me to these finds...
I like these wrap bracelets, lots of fun colors to choose from. Thanks to Courtney, from Inside the Loop. Bracelets are from Catherine Rapetti
Posted by Michelle Parks McCourt at Wednesday, February 25, 2009
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These days, one can't turn on the radio, TV or go online without some depressing economic news. But there is some really good stuff out there, have a look and Happy Tuesday.xox
see why these people are smiling...in fact make her a daily read! Always a good source for a daily smile.
Captain "Sully" Sullenberger -you have captured our imagination. Thank you is not enough.
Last night at 10:00 pm, our door buzzed. Conor went downstairs to find a delivery guy standing on the stoop, he had found C's wallet on the street and wanted to give it back to its rightful owner. Now, that's some cheery news.
photo from here
Sunday, February 8, 2009
My dear friend Sarah told me about this great site, 20X200. I LOVE it. Everybody, it is affordable cool art. Depending on size or artist prices range from $20 to $2000, it is genius. Happy beautiful Sunday. xo
I love this beach scene, would like nice in a white frame.
Posted by Michelle Parks McCourt at Sunday, February 08, 2009
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Last night, Conor and I went to see The Panic in Needle Park at the Film Forum. For all the parents out there, if you want to expose your children/teens to a very powerful anti drug film, this is it. We both left feeling very disturbed, it really showed the underbelly of New York in the 70's. And Helen's rapid decline was so powerful, like a car wreck, you just had to look. The interesting part is Joan Didion and Gregory Dunne did the initial treatment for the film, from the book by James Mills and Dominic Dunne was the Producer. I've always admired Joan Didion's work and have been a fan of Dominic Dunne's gossipy column in Vanity Fair. Anyway, the really surreal thing was that our home subway stop is 72nd street, right in the middle of what was Needle Park!
Monday, February 2, 2009
Yes, they are back, but in a much better way. I actually owned (and wore) a black jump suit in college (it was the early nineties, that is my excuse) to a formal event. I think it even had shoulder pads but I've blocked out the rest! Here are some chic jump suits (chic and jump suits, never thought I'd see them in the same sentence!)
This black silk number is from Whistles
This one is from Paul & Joe D & Me
This lilac one is from Maria Grachvogel
What do you think dear readers? Hot or not?