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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

I’ve always thought my New York City taxi ring needed a few accessories. I finally found some! You can get these 1980s vintage Moschino shoes on 1stdibs. I also found a taxi purse at a store called The Wind in the Willows in Naples, Fla. I was a big fan of The Wind in the […]

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Several newspaper articles this weekend struck a chord with me. In the  New York Times magazine, David Amsden wrote about New Orleans-born John Cummings, a white 77-year-old “trial lawyer who has helped win more than $5 billion in class-action settlements and a real estate magnate whose holdings have multiplied his wealth many times over.” Cummings […]

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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

While traveling in Europe last month, I did some things that I’d wanted to do for decades. I visited Liverpool, which I first dreamed of doing in 1980. I’m glad Mark Lewisohn, the author of Tune In, the 2013 book about the Beatles that prompted me to finally take the trip, saw that I credited […]

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Monday, August 11, 2014

Back in 1980, I got a fever and the only prescription was John, Paul, George and Ringo. Since then, I’ve wanted to go to Liverpool, the Fab Four’s hometown. It’s difficult to schedule a trip to Liverpool though. It doesn’t top most non-Beatlemaniac vacation lists, so every year, I’ve told myself, “Maybe next year.” Then […]

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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

A big book arrived yesterday from Yale University. It was put together in honor of the 50th anniversary of the class of 1964 — MrB’s graduating class. Everyone had the opportunity to write his biography for the book. (It is “his” biography, rather than “his or her,” because Yale didn’t go coed until 1969.) MrB’s […]

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Saturday, April 6, 2013

Gorgeous client Lauren recently bought my bunny stud earrings and my silver fleur de lis Madame Royale necklace … and got BOTH designs in one photo. Well done, Lauren! I asked Lauren to tell us a little bit about herself and here’s what she had to say: “Hello! My name is Lauren Delost. I’m currently […]

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Monday, February 4, 2013

A lot of my jewelry is inspired by royalty, but I focus on females: queens, empresses, queen consorts, princesses. I figure history as it is taught in elementary and high school is basically about men, so I prefer to concentrate on herstory. However, I have a soft spot for one dude: England’s 15th-century Richard III. […]

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Monday, February 13, 2012

If you’ve been reading my blog long enough, you’ve seen my gold and diamond Cleopatra earrings on Kim Cattrall in Sex and the City 2. And you’ve seen the silver version on a flock of bloggers and friends. Now you can see the silver Cleos on gorgeous model/DJ/musician/actress Tolula Adeyemi. Tolula was introduced to me […]

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

I like this these lines right at the beginning: “You try your best to love the world despite obvious flaws in design and execution. And you take care of whatever needy things present themselves to you during your passage through it. Otherwise you’re worthless.”  

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Saturday, July 17, 2010

When I was in first grade, I read Alice Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll and was confused by the passage where Alice was rowing a boat with a sheep in it. I wasn’t disturbed by the fact that she was in the boat with the sheep, or that the sheep spoke and knitted. […]

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