Thursday, August 13, 2015
This week's links. Enjoy.
At Home With Suna Lock
Take a tour of the charming Santa Cruz home of designer Suna Lock — great mix of vintage and modern. Love that dining room. Via Food52.
Artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann creates ethereal and beautiful installations of stitched and embroidered felt and organza sea creatures — the effect is like walking in an enchanted underwater world. Stunning.
Vogue's Travel Guide to Paris
From a stay at the iconic Le Bristol hotel to hidden gems selling the best in Parisian wares, seven of Vogue's must sees in the City of Light.
Top 10 Books About Food
Via The Guardian: "From Roald Dahl to Anthony Bourdain, the author of Kitchens of the Great Midwest writes about the best descriptions of — and recipes for — food to switch on 'the lamp in the spine.'"
I'm Too Old For This
Lovely piece in the New York Times by Dominique Browning about the pleasures of aging — specifically, how it can be profoundly liberating. So refreshing to read something other than the usual gloomy articles on this subject.
7 Lightweight Summer Beauty Products to Try Now
The editors of W magazine pick their favourite products for light and easy summer beauty.
Debussy: Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
Listen in online via BBC Radio 3 to a lovely performance of Debussy's 'Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune' (The Afternoon of a Faun), performed by the Hallé and conducted by Sir Mark Elder. Hurry, though — it's only available to listen for another 16 days.
10 (Mostly) No Cook Foods to Eat on Hot Summer Nights
Food 52 rounds up 10 healthy and easy no cook recipes for hot nights when you're hungry but really don't want to be in the kitchen.
(photo via myliving)