Vogue got a look inside designer Bruno Frisoni's breathtaking home in Morocco, a covet worthy residence bursting with Arabic infusion. Modern pieces are effortlessly mixed with artistic antiques inside the North African architecture. Arching doorways, marble floors and romantic pops of color. Deee-lish!
Morocco is absolutely on my bucket list of places to visit!
After a few months years of hesitation, I finally joined the Apple world and got me an iPhone. Joy! Before the switch, I had to empty my Droid of its photos. So I thought it would be fun to post some of those I held onto...
The wives and I enjoying one of Hubby's games.
One of the players' dogs - I was puppysitting and the little fella' fell asleep like this.
River, the family dog, playing chief line judge.
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I had never heard of Russian designer Ulyana Sergeenko; but after discovering her Spring/Summer 2013 couture line, I can now say that I will be checking up on her seasonally. Ulyana is uly-awesome!
From her collections, you can deduce that (like myself) Ulyana appreciates period style and costume. Her S/S couture work for this year cleverly combines a contemporary breeziness with Antebellum grace and historic Southern charm. Her pieces celebrate structure and textile without feeling weighed down.
I flew to Atlanta to stay with my grandmother for a few days after our Texas trip concluded. She lives in the cutest condo I had never seen before. I enjoyed how she and my aunt decorated the place, so I took a few snapshots.
Cozy rooms at grandma's house:
Check out her view!
We had so much fun rummaging through her old photo albums and trinket boxes. These photos in particular made me smile - it's my grandfather as a baby and my grandmother in high school:
My grandmother and I have much in common, most importantly our love of shoes!
And this sweater belonged to my grandpa in - you guessed it - 1955:
Thanks for a great visit, Patty!
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