Jennie Bishop, of Studio GILD in Chicago, is not only a talented interior designer, but also a really cool person. It was so fun taking a tour of this Old Town house she designed. And just like every home I write about, I want to live there, too. Read the story, you’ll see why.
BREAKING NEWS: Water keeps you looking younger. Ok, that might not be much of a shocker, but I did find some other interesting aqua facts while working on my latest assignment from Birchbox. Find more reasons to glug down H2O here.
Photograph: Mark Iantosca
This year’s Spring fashion issue of Time Out New York is all about the style scene in Brooklyn, so I found a handful of fashionable BK-based bloggers to feature as our models and interview subjects. (Oh! And I’m an extra in this shot!) Check out the feature here.
It’s 52 degrees in NYC right now. We are so close to Spring, which is a good thing because I am so ready to retire my winter coat for the season. Over at TONY, I found some clever tips on how to store your winter clothes. Check it out here.
This month’s theme at Birchbox is “mix and match,” so I thought it would be fun to do a roundup of some of the oddest duets available on Spotify. Check out the story and listen to the playlist here. Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga is only the beginning…
Jimmy Fallon took over the Tonight Show last week. Seth Meyers just started his hosting stint on Late Night. Lots going on the world of late night TV. I thought it would be fun to look at the different sartorial styles of the hosts in the genre (current crop and classic guys like Johnny Carson). Check out the story over here. Apologies in advance to Jon Stewart.
Fun fact: My minor in college was Pop Culture. So anytime I’m assigned a story that incorporates TV, movies, etc, I get really into it. Obviously this post for Birchbox Man was one of those I-can’t-believe-this-is-my-job assignments. Click here for my picks regarding TV’s best gentlemen characters. (Oh hi, Carson!)
See that awesome apartment on the cover of the latest issue of Modern Luxury Interiors Chicago? It’s owned by a Chicago businessman (who chose to be anonymous in this story) with a penchant for cool angles and Bond-like gadgets throughout the home. This was a fun one to write. Check out the full story here.