Monthly Archives: September 2012

Diana Vreeland

  The opening of the film “The Eye Has to Travel”  (movie poster above) has sent me down memory lane.  In the 1960’s, my first job in Manhattan was at Conde Nast Publications.  I had faked my way in by … Continue reading

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Off the Wall

What’s on your wall?  Pockets?  Wall pockets, containers for holding all manner of flowers, have been around for ages.  In the golden era of ceramics, wall pockets were often more beautiful than the flowers they held and were hung to … Continue reading

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A tisket, a tasket, a chicken basket….

A country wedding, a farmer’s market theme, held on a beautiful farm – what fun to put flowers and vegetables together.  In what??? That’s the question.  Round tables of ten, many round tables of ten…and a obdurate caterer who wanted … Continue reading

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