Yesterday, I was lucky enough to see Tony Bennett walking on the street close to Central Park with a friend. From the look of their bags they’d just come from MoMA, and they seemed in a great mood. He looks handsome as always, and I love how he’s paired a light blazer with dark blue slacks. His friend’s muted grey and black Hawaiian shirt is very cool, and happens to complement the colors in the picture very well! Come to think of it, Bennett might be a great addition to my Fall playlist…
This adorable couple, visiting New York from their home in England, exudes happiness and great attitude. When we met them, they were strolling down the streets of the West Village with their son and granddaughter, enjoying a sunny Autumn day. It’s always impressive to see such stylish travelers, even when you know they’ve only got a suitcase of things to choose from. We hope they enjoy the rest of their trip.
Ari and I have been complaining about the lack of color in Fall, but this woman has found a great way to embrace the season without losing some zest in her color choices. Her bright orange bag complements the darker, muted colors of Fall that she’s wearing, and she looks perfect for harvest time. Her tipped-back hat adds that touch of distinctive arty cool.
When I met Sarah and complimented her hip, understated style, she was so effusive and struck some great poses for the camera. She is a self-proclaimed Brit-turned-New Yorker, and used to be a designer of scarves (like the one she’s wearing) and accessories, but has decided to foray into fragrances now that she’s here in New York. Check out the website for her old store, The Pink Room. Sarah had true charm, and her enthusiasm for all things art and design, including our site, was pleasantly refreshing. Thanks Sarah!