"You know I'm bad at communication," began HAIM's first hit single, "The Wire." It's a phrase everyone who's been in a relationship has probably said at some point, whether it was true or not. The entire song follows the story of a woman breaking up with her significant other because, well, she's just not feeling it. No hard feelings, nothing wrong, it's not you it's me.
Family vacations are great, and romantic getaways are crucial to a healthy marriage. But sometimes you just have to get away with your girls. Between work obligations, parenting duties, and keeping your husband from turning into your roommate, it can be tough to put the effort into maintaining your friendships. But your friends are crucial to your sanity — and a quickie girls' trip can be all you need to reset, relax, and remember what it's like to have fun without all your other responsibilities.
6 Avenue Coq, 75009
This cult vintage store, housed in a classic Parisian apartment and owned by a former model, is beloved by fashion insiders like David Koma for its peerless collection of rare vintage, including haute couture, from the twenties through the eighties. By appointment only.
Writting by DAVID KOMA,
Source - http://www.vogue.com/city-directory/8868291/anouschka-vintage-paris/
Natalie Suarez, Model and Fashion Blogger
Our weekly column covers the chicest food and restaurants. Here, where to mix business and breakfast.
The idea of an old school power breakfast may be done and gone, but if any place in the world still has the lingering concept of mixing money, business and the first meal of the day it's New York City. From midtown hotspots to fancy (yes, really) bagels downtown, here, our picks for where to have the iconic power breakfast in the city.
Living my best life in the form of lox and sticky buns.
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If there's anyone we want seasonal inspiration from now, it's the woman responsible for the playfully Parisian and impossibly cool recent Sonia Rykiel collections. Julie de Libran lends her ideal winter forecast—from glitter boots to Simon and Garfunkel and champagne fondue.
JL: A total knitwear black and gray striped black and gray pant suit with a fox hat and sequin boots.
HB: What are your personal go-to pieces for the cold months? Both for a night out and day to day…
JL: Sequin track pants with cropped tops. Men's cropped jacket and pantsuit.
HB: What's your go-to shoe?
JL: Low boot with a bit of sequins.
JL: Le Copain—a small and supple bag. I gave it to my friends as a present. It is small but so practical.