Tuesday, May 22, 2012

congratulations!


doll,
your booth looks beautiful!
i hope you and tams are knocking them dead and selling tons!
look forward to dinner tomorrow.
o
x
j

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Thursday, May 17, 2012

donna summer



ess,
this bit of sadness just came in.
we will miss you Donna!
o
x
lady j



destroyer

s.
walked into z's and saw this sitting on the counter... immediately thought of you and SV.
are you here yet? i can feel you in the air...welcome to NYC! how do i reach you?
o
x
j

Monday, May 14, 2012


s.
thinking i might have to christen the bushwick castle sometime soon with this.
maybe for you and tams?
c u soonish.
o
x
lady j

Friday, May 11, 2012

a ny minute



treva just sent me this and i thought you might need a minute too....

o
x

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

marfa'd



ess,

apologies, got sidetracked with noodles, dumplings and your lovely face...
not to mention CA'S birthday was divine!

as you know, a  trip to marfa would not be complete without a trip to the Prada store.
the monk summed it up nicely here.

i can't wait until we go back there together. magic.

see you in nyc very soon....

o x
brooklyn

Thursday, May 3, 2012

marfa part 3





east van,

saturday went something like this -

  • huevos rancheros from marfa burrito - a small little house/cafe run by 2 mexican women that don't speak any english... delicious!
  • the reception area and ceremony setting outside finished nicely with some confetti system  garlands.
SLS married the lovely couple with the most beautiful, heartfelt ceremony... cocktails and appetizers were up next followed by a delicious buffet dinner ( some crazy good fried chicken) and of course more drinking + dancing until the wee hours... definitely one of the best weddings i have been to.

have just arrived in time to dumpling with you in the rain when you come up to breathe.

ox
cali

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

marfa part 2



ess

from above
  • graffiti spotted on a wall in town
  • the best gin cocktail i've tasted in a while ... the bartender gave me the recipe so i shall make for you
  • our hip motel all lit up at night
spent the next day at the Judd foundation...
the many buildings in town where Donald Judd kept his work, his collection of other artists and slept.
(there is a bed in every space)
no photos were allowed of course but all spaces were gorgeous , minimalist and not a hair out of place... talk about neat freak.
later toured 'the Block' , his compound and residence, where 2 libraries housed an extensive book collection, another minimalist 'studio' with his earlier works and then his living residence where we could only peek through the windows as no one is allowed in.

oh Donald... you were a little cray cray.

more manana,
x
marfa'd