Month: May 2016

I’m very excited to reveal one of Tyche by Julie Paulino new collections.   The Modern Fasteners Collection is manufactured in New York City and entirely made of Deox Sterling Silver, a more durable and tarnish resistant silver, natural stones and high quality CZs.  The unique and intricate pieces are available in gold plated, gunmetal plated and silver finish.

Tyche by Julie Paulino/ Silver Jewelry/ Julie Paulino Design
The Modern Fasteners Collection was inspired on regular everyday objects, exemplifying jewelry designed for everyday use facilitating layering, mixing and collecting.
Sterling silver is considered a precious metal and when combined with natural precious stones such as Onyx, Aquamarine, Rose Quartz and others the result is classified as fine jewelry.  Tyche by Julie Paulino can customize each piece with your favorite stone and finish.

It’s interesting to see how sometimes a home becomes sort of like the opposite of its owner personal fashion style.  Ines de la Fressange‘s Paris home is an example of this with its trademark pink walls and very feminine side that stand apart from her more masculine fashion style.   A very bohemian laid back atmosphere.

Ines de la Fressange dining room
A range of colorful dining chairs at the dining room.
Paris home of Ines de la Fressange
A red and white stripped sofa with linen pillows pick up the colors in the painting.
Ines de la Fressange home in Paris
Ines de la Fressange home
A more shabby decor in the kitchen.


Ines de la Fressange home
A very feminine contrast between the pink walls and the brass sconce.
Ines de la Fressange home
A collection of perfume in Ines de la Fressange bedroom.
Ines de la Fressange home
Ines de la Fressange home
Ines de la Fressange home
images vi a A Lovely Being

“A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take”

              Cardinal Mermillord

I had been waiting for The First Monday in May to be available on iTunes and yesterday it finally happened.

The documentary directed by Andrew Rossi, the same director behind the film
Page One: Inside The New York Times, chronicles the arduous work that went into the preparation of 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute exhibit China: Though the Looking Glass.   Every year The Met hosts a Fashion exhibition under The Costume Institute department which opens with one of the most exclusionary fashion events; The Met Gala.  In this inspiring and often funny documentary we can see how Andrew Bolton, current head Curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, works hard and under stressful situations to make sure that every single detail is flawless.  Along with Andrew and a massive team from the Museum, we can also see Anna Wintour, Vogue editor-in-chief and chair of the event doing what she does best, supervising every single detail of the Met Gala preparation and making sure that is at Vogue standards.
I absolutely enjoyed the film and found it very insightful into a sometimes otherworldly world of celebrities and high fashion.  The First Monday in May is now available on demand, iTunes and Amazon video.