My Favorite Subject in the World

Last month I got the chance to be on the other side of the camera with my favorite subject in the world, my babe Adleline. We did a shoot for the adorable childrens clothing line Monica and Andy. One of their coolest products is a cuddle box that can be delivered directly to the hospital. We are loving our soft muslin blanket, cute head wrap and pink onesie.

Head over to the Monica and Andy Blog to check out more pics of us and a little Q&A.

Also, thank you to the talented Maria Ponce for the beautiful photos and TheStylisted for making me look amazing.


Megan Weinerman

Megan Weinerman is a copy writer extraordinaire who I'm working with on a project at Leo Burnett. She's got it going on here in a Sacai coat, not one but two Maison Martin Margiela‎
for H&M trompe l'oeil sequin dresses (layered one on top of another) and a pretty fabulous Proenza bag.


Coffee Talk with Warby Parker & Britt Julious

I met up with the delightful writer and critic Britt Julious last month for a cup of joe at Wicker Park's  Cafe Streets.

We talked about lot's of things. Music you should listen to (Broods, Astr and Katy B) and the book she was reading On Being Blue by William H. Gas. Which is not about clinical depression but a book length essay on the color blue (Fascinating!).

Caffe Streets has VERY delicious lattes and spicy chai hot chocolate.

They use Metric Coffee that is roasted right here in Chicago.

Britt is sporting some fantastic nail art she got at Mojo Spa.

I of course had to document the fabulousness that is this outfit. Love the disco core of this outfit with her Ready To Stare chain.

Also, Britt has a pretty fantastic Tumblr called Britticisms which you should check out. You can also follow her on twitter @britticisms

I talked to two other fabulous people in the Warby Parker Cofee Talk Series.

Take a look at them here

Seth Putnam at Intelligentsia Coffee in Logan Square 

Meagan Fredette at The Bourgeois Pig in Lincoln Park


Recipe: Home Made Peeps Cocktails

Spring is gloriously here which means we have finally emerged from the cruelty of this arctic polar vortex. It also means that Easter is right around the corner (April 20th to be exact). So I thought I would whip up the home made varietal of one of my favorite seasonal candies, Peeps! And make it even better by adding raspberry pink lemonade AND alcohol ;)

I made both yellow and pink bunny peeps. I used the yellow ones for the lemonade and displayed the pink ones on a bed of sugar on the table.

 This recipe will absolutely make your Easter Brunch so click the link below for the recipe.
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