Recent Adventures In Advanced Style

Moving to New York has allowed me the great opportunity to meet and become friends with people like Debra and Doris, both of whom I met while working at at The New Museum.They have such wonderful stories to share and really make keep me inspired to be creative. When I have doubts about what I am doing and what I will do in the future they give me great advice and let me know that I AM doing something, that being creative and collaborating and sharing will lead to something.These experiences enrich my life and teach me to be patient and work hard.

Here are a few of my latest photos from my days off spent with these lovely ladies. There is too much to say and too many pictures to post so stay tuned for some more on Debra and Doris including some great videos.

  • The first lady is AMAZING! That avant garde look is breathtaking!

    I wish I could be that polished at my excessively young age!

  • I'll be right here. Looking forward to the videos!

  • Mim

    Marvelous! They inspire me as well.

  • I agree, that first lady looks especially ravishing. I love her esprit and warmth as I love your blog and the awe inspiring personalities it presents, their grace and style…."advanced style" somehow stops my inner clock from ticking! Cheers!

  • I am so magnificently happy a friend of mine lead me to your blog. Every entry is so inspiring. Dotage is out of the question!

  • I've never been very stylish, but, as I age, I notice a belief arising that I should give up what little style I possessed and avoid embellishing myself…as if humility is the most important virtue in the old…as if calling attention to myself would be burdensome to others and make me seem foolish. Your pictures go some way toward changing my mind. And they are so obviously a labor of love.

  • This is my first comment, but I wanted to let you know how wonderful your blog is. I look forward every day to seeing the great-looking people you feature, and to reading your observations of their lives and style.

    Your site is tremendously gratifying for those of us who look forward to aging with style and grace. Thank you and keep up the good work!

  • Suella

    Debra's dress in the first photo is fascinating. Can you kindly tell us how she made that? I'm not sure what material the textured roundels are made from.

    Most intriguing!

  • They're both beautiful and the love of living life is all over them. Geez, this is why I love living in NYC.

  • Anonymous

    Never doubt your work here – your site and the wonderful people you feature and invite here are life-affirming and magnificent.

    Thank you xx