Upon arrival in France, I was tricked by the weather into thinking I had prematurely skipped the remaining summer heat since I enjoyed a premiere dinner on a friend’s terrace Continue reading
Since yesterday was Mother’s Day in the U.S., I thought a photo of history’s most famous mama would be appropriate. This 72-foot statue of the Virgin Mary sits atop the Continue reading
Madame Cygne stood by a pond bundled up in years on a late winter day that forgot who it was. That forgot to wrap up in its concrete blanket. Madame Continue reading
Here’s some musical inspiration to kick off your Friday — or end it, depending on where you are in the world (U.S. residents can watch it here). The official video Continue reading
Tuesday afternoon was a damp 50 degrees in Paris. The sky was greyish with a slight blue tinge, and the sun illuminated cottony patches of sky, casting a steely pastel Continue reading
Sophie Calle’s exhibit at the Louisiana and Copenhagen Fashion Week got words. Here are some post-Daneland highlights in photos.