For 2023, I've decided to lighten up a bit and choose joy.  So in that spirit, this month's edit is a round up of things that have brought me joy this month.  


nadia yaron


| courtesy of surfacemag / photography by sharon radisch |

Nadia Yaron's solo exhibit  For the flowers and the clouds and the wind and the trees at the Frances Gallery in Los Angeles. 
Assouline's book The Carlyle. Andie gave me a copy for Christmas and flipping through it reminds me of evenings spent at Bemelman's with my daughters (Kelsey included.)


velvet chair isle sur sorgue

This chair and ottoman from a vintage shop in Isle sur Sorgue in the south of France.  I didn't buy it, but I have not stopped thinking about it. 

Coriander and Cucumber Toothpaste by Officine Universelle Buly.  My friend Philippine gave me a sample tube recently when I ran out of toothpaste on a road trip and it's divine.  Extravagant, but worth it. 


girl in blue striped swimsuit

Shopping for fun things to add to my suitcase for my long trip to Europe later in the spring.  Here are my favorites added to cart so far, all pretty and packable -


This striped swimsuit top, bottom and cover up
A new pair of my favorite Tropezienne sandals 
These jeans
This dress

Maggie Rogers in concert. 

jane birkin

| courtesy of vogue |

This Jane Birkin playlist

Daisy Jones and the Six.  Along with everyone else I'm wrapped up in the book, the series and the wardrobe.  

Guittard Baking Chocolate Wafers.  I mix milk chocolate and semi-sweet and keep them in a jar in my fridge.  

pierre malbec art

French schoolhouse chairs.  I love their simple beauty. 
Laurie Furber
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