Me wearing a Tucker skirt and Zara blouse on the way to Pink Pony.
I love to mix prints like Celia Birtwell did in these drawings.
The aesthetic seems to align with this deco teapot.
The city is emptying out as people head to the country, the beach and other spots which will hopefully be cooler than here. It's Yankee Doodle time in the Big Apple.
After a lovely lunch, we walked back on Ludlow Street and found a strangely darkened store called Castle & Pierpont: Home & Garden, Flowers, Event Design and Production. It's owned by Rori Pierpont and carries an intriguing selection of textiles, costumes, vintage pieces and objects. She also rents out the space for events.
which I promptly brought home and hung on my Inspiration Board.
Speaking of my inspiration board, I have been inspired by the feathers made by L.A. artist, Megan Whitmarsh, who recently had a show at the Jack Hanley Gallery in Tribeca.
Megan makes hundreds of these sewn feathers,
and she was kind enough to give me a gift of three of them.
A Megan feather on a picture of chef Marcus Samuelson
and his wife, Maya Gate Haile.
They look like beautiful twins.
Maya is wearing a Suno blouse and Duro Olowu pants.
Megan Whitmarsh installing her show at Jack Hanley.
A pool theme will cool us if only mentally.
I am using these paints to adorn scallop and oyster shells.
A golden oyster shell. Since Richard aspires to eat 144 oysters a day
like Casanova did, I have an endless supply of shells.
artist and one-time wife of Picasso, is 91?
Princess Elizabeth playing tag on a ship in 1947.
where they have lived for 25 years. For some
reason, I imagine they are eating oatmeal.
Happy 4th of July from these characters.
Ready for summer in the city in a Tucker sundress.