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Lost amid all of my recent posts about San Francisco is the fact that the tedious saga of our sofa and coffee table finally ended a few weeks ago. It took three months for the pieces to be delivered! Meanwhile, the presence of our nine-year-old Ikea Pöang chairs in the main living area of our new house almost drove me insane…

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This is a happy tale of a small dream come true. If you’re a loyal reader of this blog, you know that 1) I am a fervent Nike fan girl and 2) the Practical Fashionista in me delights at finding clothes, accessories, and even artwork that are both stylish and sensible…

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Besides a Lanvin dress and a Chanel purse, I also dream of one day owning a frock by Tunisian-born fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa. I’ve read all about how his clothes flatter the female body like nothing else…

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In case you haven’t noticed, people act differently when it’s oppressively hot. As the sweat starts to stream down your neck, your patience dries up. Tempers flare…

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I recently read two different articles one right after the other, and Frank Lloyd Wright happened to be mentioned in both…

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…I still wanted to acknowledge America’s birthday at least in a small way on this blog, so I decided to go with images of my favorite things right now that are red, white, and blue.

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Here’s my final post about the Gaultier exhibition in San Francisco…These are the looks that captured my imagination the most.