Posts Tagged "five questions"

We’re planning on spending the summer sipping delicious beverages outdoors—rooftops, poolsides, anywhere really—and it seems that great minds think alike. For Deborah Lloyd, kate spade new york’s Chief Creative Director, it’s all about authentic bellinis and orchards of cherry trees. Why yes, we’d love to join you, Ms. Lloyd. 

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The Easter of our dreams would involve a city full of Fabergé eggs and all the French macarons we could ever want. Luckily for us, Ladurée co-president Elisabeth Holder has similar feelings. 

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Jim Meehan is the owner and head mixologist of Please Don’t Tell, New York’s favorite speakeasy-inside-a-telephone-booth-inside-a-hot-dog-shop. Once it gets warm enough (fingers crossed), we’re looking forward to sitting out on the roof with Jim’s spring cocktail of asparagus tips and other harbingers of spring.

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Baron von Fancy's work makes bold statements about love, sex, and everything in between. The fine artist has plenty of fashion collaborations under his belt, so this Valentine's day he's bringing his brand of sensuality and longing to the world of greeting cards. Need a lusty valentine to send your crush? The Baron's got you covered, you sly dog, you. 

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@OscarPRGirl wants to whisper in your ear

Erika Bearman. Oscar de la Renta for Paperless Post.

Erika Bearman, known better as @OscarPRGirl by her followers, is the high-glamour SVP of global communications at Oscar de la Renta. In a city where a walk-in closet can be the envy of the block, Bearman’s extensive ODLR wardrobe gets an entire room to call its own. This fashion trove isn’t just for show—she dresses in Oscar for both work and play. 

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John Derian wants to bake bread in period garb

John Derian courtesy of Bon Appetit

Fall is nostalgia’s time to shine. As we make our pilgrimages back home to feast with friends and family, it’s hard not to get a little wistful. This week’s Five Questions is all about decoupage master John Derian’s favorite autumnal activities—both present and past.

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