Thursday, June 11, 2015

The Sartorialist x Sutor Mantellassi


Thank you Mosha for the great write up in Footwear News\WWD on the introduction of my new shoe with Sutor Mantellassi.


I’m very excited to unveil it next week at Pitti (I’m even going to have a little Pitti party for me and my shoe!)


Click here to read the Full Article

Thursday, June 11, 2015

On the Street…The Bowery, New York


Oops on Bowery, New York. Our clothes flying up seems to be a common problem for women that had never been a problem for men (except the Scottish?). Actually I heard Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius often had fly away skirt issues! Don’t get me started on his sandals! @jennymwalton


Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Milan’s Green Balconies


I love how the balconies and windows of Milan overflow with flowers and vegetation! I show you these examples not because they are so special or unique but because it’s so common! It’s like a gift to the city because the people in that apartment get to enjoy it a little bit but it really just beautifies the city. It’s much more common in Milan than in Rome or Florence or almost any other city in Italy.






Come on New York we need to up our flower game!

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

On the Street….Wooster St., New York


Tuesday, June 9, 2015

On the Street….Via Monte Napoleone, Milan


Monday, June 8, 2015

On the Street….Corso Magenta, Milan


Friday, June 5, 2015

On the Street…East 10th St., New York


Thursday, June 4, 2015

On the Street…Varanasi, India


Wednesday, June 3, 2015

The Reading List…Antiques In Italian Interiors Volume II



It’s so odd that when I flip through a book like this, Antiques In Italian Interiors Vol II, I get lost in imagining what it must have been like to actually live in these spaces.


I don’t get so caught up in the chair designs or the frescos on the wall, but instead I think, how fun it must have been to create a space like this.


And unlike modern design which is so minimalist right now, I love the mix of colors and texture and pattern. It really is an education in truly beautiful design. Design for no other effect than beauty and to make a great impression on the viewer. There’s very little “form follows function” in this book and a lot of “bella figura,” (beautiful shape).


When I go to Florence this month I hope to meet with Mario Ciampi, maybe he’ll have a few interesting stories from photos in this book.



Book Details:

Antiques In Italian Interiors Volume II

By Roberto Valeriani

Photographs by Mario Ciampi

Published by Verba Volant Ltd.





Wednesday, June 3, 2015

On the Street…Essex St., New York