Carolyne Roehm worked for Oscar de la Renta when she first came to New York in the 70s, fresh off the bus from St. Louis. Read her wonderful memories and see her pictures here…
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Carolyne Roehm sends her thoughts and prayers, as do I, to all who continue to struggle in the wake of the horrid storm… As an antidote to the destruction, Carolyne posted “Something Positive After the Hurricane,” which was about guess what. Our wedding. Aww. Here’s an abbreviated preview below, and […]
Count me in. My only regret in attending the tag sale of the century–Elizabeth Taylor’s jewels and Albert Hadley’s One King’s Lane loot notwithstanding–is that most of the clothes will be of a size that would barely fit around my leg, let alone the rest of me. But hey, pocketbooks, […]
Delphiniums glow in a lovely shaft of light on the dining table, a happy surprise since moving the table to this spot a few weeks ago. Love seeing it piled with some of my favorite books @carolyneroehm @eddieross @mrclintsmith @verandamag @sbseasons and #thebeecottagestory ☺️ #rancholazaca #losolivos #books #delphiniums #crowns Table from @dennisandleen
Will be making a mad dash to San Francisco this week to speak at the fabulous de Young Museum. It is their celebrated, annual Bouquets to Art event. I am pinch-hitting for my friend Carolyne Roehm, who has family matters to attend to. She was, as she always is, very […]
First off, welcome, welcome you boodles of new readers! I’m so happy to have you! Now. Since I cannot seem to keep up with what’s new (who can?), I try at least to keep up with what’s good. What have you read recently that blew your skirt up? Here are some of mine lately, in […]
Prompted by Sunday’s T Magazine article on Bhutan, and by your response to my first Postcard From Bhutan, I thought you might like to see more of its attractions, these man-made and as lovely as the country’s natural scenery.