Tuesday, June 29, 2010


Tomorrow I leave for Greece and Turkey. Most likely I will not be posting between eating gyros and trying to figure the lens I bought for my camera...so I'll be back with a bunch of stuff about Athens, Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes, Istanbul and all the other pit stops along the way. Wish Frankie was coming. Boo. Yogurt sauce. Yay.


Nails via Nailsnchicken
I've been wanting to get my nails done for some time. Apparently Velda's Showcase Nails is the spot in South Florida.

Monday, June 28, 2010


Guys eyes, Animal Collective


Key West, for some reason I never go down there but when I do its always a good time. Here is how we spent our 24 hours there. You can do the tourist stuff like visit the southern most point in the US or see the Hemingway house but I've already done that (rent a bike), we just wanted to hang out, drink and eat seafood.

1. Eden House-Frankie's friends found this place and I absolutely love it, its all bungalowish, with hammocks around and a cosy pool.

2. Start your day with a lobster roll from DJ's Crabshack on Duval Street. Lobster meat stuffed in buttery brioche.

3. Drinks at Sloppy Joe's.

4. Conch fritters and oysters (more drinks, why not?) at Turtle Kraals.

5. Pick up some sandals at Kino.

6. Get a to-go cup at Captain Tony's and head to Mallory Square for tourist people watching and the sunset. Frankie with my other camera. (see the trumpet player above.)

7. Back to the Eden house for a night swim...Our room felt like a tree house overlooking the pool. From 4-5 you get free drinks in the lobby and all day the beers are $1. Can't beat that. Trivia: Goldia Hawn filmed the movie CrissCross here. Then head back out to Duval if you want to keep the party going. I'm not that fun. Everyone else I was with was.


8. Before heading out Lobster eggs benedict at Blue Heaven is worth the wait. (we waited 90 minutes for a table)

9. Visit Besame Mucho, the little shop down the street, its amazing. They carry a bunch French antique things, candles, skincare

Friday, June 25, 2010


thanks tommy...via style.com


if i wasn't going to the keys.



photos by JESPER DAMSGAARD LUND AND LASSE BECH MARTINUSSEN for Vice

Vice magazine sent two Danes to Cuba. This is what they came back with.


So I'm a little overwhelmed because I found out yesterday that we are going to Key West tomorrow and I had a bunch of things I wanted to get done before leaving on my big trip on Wednesday, but I guess I'll figure it out. I hope I can I stop at Kino and pick up some sandals. I posted about them way back when. Anyway, looking forward to conch fritters and big Sloppy Joe cups of tropical beverages.

btw I leave to Greece & Turkey next week...let me know if you've been and have anything i should check out. thanksss

Wednesday, June 23, 2010


I first posted about Ambra Medda in 2008. She is the founder of Design Miami and just finished her last Design Miami fair in Basel before moving from Miami to New York to work on new projects. I believe she was also one of the girls behind Fendi's Craft Punk pop-up shop during last year's Basel in the Moore Building. Vogue Italia has named her one of their "Voguettes" and the video is here.

New York Times T Style Magazine also did a profile on her interests....I love that she collects hats!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010


The Rubell Collection by appointment-only-library, as seen in The Last Magazine.


since i can't currently be on the beach watching my boyfriend attempting to surf the take-what-we-can-get waves of miami, a link to an upcoming exhibit in new york.

"Nyehaus, Friedrich Petzel Gallery and Metro Pictures present SWELL—with curatorial team Tim Nye and Jacqueline Miro—a survey of surf-themed art produced by city dwellers that will open to the public on July 1st at the three gallery locations in Chelsea. Swell will include work by most members of the group of Venice Beach artists known as Light and Space and Finish Fetish (all of them surfers) including De Wain Valentine, Peter Alexander, Larry Bell, Billy Al Bengston, Laddie John Dill and others."


Prada's Postcard Series sunglasses come in clear, pink and lime green.


Put me on everything.


Beach House is coming to the Miami October 13th opening for Vampire Weekend.
Tickets go on sale Friday.


Jewelry designer Nektar de Stagni sells one of kind jewelry in her namesake shop including designs from Hernan Bas, Scott Hug, Martin Oppel, Paola Pivi, Cristina Lei Rodriguez and Tom Sachs.

Its also the the spot of the current So Raw pop up shop.

155 N.E. 38th Street. Suite 102
Miami FL 33137. Tel (786) 556-3033

Monday, June 21, 2010


love the colors of jil sander for men via jak & jil.


Gerard Richter via Saturdays NYC


Hanneli in Coachella.
Loving monochrome and cacti.


Emporio Armani SS2010




nice belts.


Ganglians...
loopity loop them.

Sunday, June 20, 2010


Image via daily design discoveries

I asked my Japanese hairdresser Machiko which were her favorite spots to grub on some native cuisine in Miami. She says only places she goes are Matsuri and Nobu ( "I love Nobu, but I always leave hungry hehehehehe")
Anyway, Matsuri is a long time local favorite on the mainland. I would eat here for dinner every night if could.

Matsuri
5759 Bird Road Miami, FL 33155-5335 - (305) 663-1615
ps they are closed on Mondays, guess the rumor is true.

Saturday, June 19, 2010


Local Amanda Dukeheart has graced us with her swimwear collection Mandalynn. Check out the collection here.

Friday, June 18, 2010


Kill Your Idol on Espanola Way...thanks Eileen and Samira. It won't be this empty if you go. Girlies, drink free on wednesday :)






More shots from Elle's editorial shot my Max Farago in Miami, styled by Camille Bidault Waddington.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Tuesday, June 15, 2010


HARRY PECCINOTTI, PIRELLI 1969 via Saturdays Surf..
a little gem on Crosby Street...


pink soles by acne


so raw festival.