Month: February 2015

SuitCase Magazine Sayulita Travel Guide Up!

I continue my love affair with Sayulita on the website of one of my favorite travel and fashion magazine founded by a group of London-based wunderkinds, Suitcase. This is definitely one of the most extensive travel guides I’ve done and there’s still tons I’d love to include, like my friends Nick and Alex’s new bar, Liquido on Calle Marlin right off the beach. Lots of my New York friends have told me in the recent years they’d love to join me in Sayulita, and I’m proud to say one of my closest, Jess, is finally going in March. I can’t wait to hear about her experience in my home away from home. Click through to see more of my Sayulita picks!

Happy Valentine’s Day! and frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn…

I like fresh flowers in my apartment weekly, I find beautiful lingerie empowering, single or in a relationship; if you haven’t managed to send me a loving text or email in all of the time we’ve been together I’d find it pretty uncomfortable if Hallmark gave you the cojones (and if you do feel the impulse to give me a card, they better be dope like Cleo Wade’s for Harper’s Bazaar)

Après-ski? Oui Oui

With President’s day weekend coming up, I’m sure many of you in the US are planning quick ski getaways. Last week, I shared with readers, 9 Things they Needed to Look like a Sundance Snowbunny. Some of these items, like the OnePiece onesie, I’ve become obsessed with considering the onset of winter in New York. Others, like the Altuzarra Manray Shearling Fleece Jacket, I’m absolutely coveting. From Killington to Vermont, you’ll definitely catch some eyes in these picks.

What’s Your Perfect World, Conr? – Travel Diary, South Africa

It didn’t take long for me to realize that Conr is as kind of a soul as he is remarkably handsome and after seeing these photos from his time in South Africa, really talented. Where in South Africa exactly? “Capetown, Blouberg, Veldriff, George, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Gans Baai, Durban, Camps Baai, Boulder Beach, and everywhere in between.”