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I have always liked the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, especially since I am all about supporting alumni of my K-12 school Friends Academy (drummer Brian Chase was class of ’96)… however, never before had I seen them perform live. A few weeks ago, a friend of mine brought me to the friends and family concert they played over at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. I can’t stop listening to them now…
Karen O. is by far not only an extremely talented artist, but also an amazing performer. Her spontaneity and fearlessness kind of reminds me of a modern day (and perhaps a less tame) Iggy Pop. The one thing that caught me off guard that night was an acoustic rendition of their beloved song Maps, a song which my friend claims they never get tired performing. Watch it… The song can also be bought on iTunes here.
thrifting and finding
chloe boots, yojhi x doc marten boots, vintage jacket
My apartment certainly has developed since I wrote my first entry; walls have gone up, couches have been covered and wall units have been built and placed strategically. Living alone has been difficult, however extremely pleasing: for while I always loved knowing I was going home to “someone” in the past, the freedom and consistent cleanliness is indeed a wonderful feeling.
I continue to look for books and knick knacks to fill my shelves and adorn the “rooms,” so why not share my finds?
depression glass bowl set of 6, $32
antique brass duck book end, $12
After the craziness of August and then having to proceed straight into fashion week, I made sure to request some time off directly after to decompress. While my home base is Brookville, I decided to instead head to my old second home, Southampton. I have a lot of really wonderful memories from our old home in Southampton– which my family unfortunately had to give up when I was in high school. Luckily, my grandparents still have a very small house on the bay in Amagansett. We stayed there.
It was relaxing and fulfilling for sure. No computer, no phone (I cheated once because I had to share with people how amazing the sky was on Saturday night), and sadly, no camera. I did have my music, books, and journal of course. Below is a list of the places we visited, love, and the things I did:
There are days when I definitely want to run far far away from the city. Sometimes I do hop onto the LIRR back to old Southampton where we used to call home… pass out on the beach… Or, sometimes, I try to go as far East as I can possibly go (Montauk, naturally)…
The above picture is a place: a place where the city meets a field of grass and the water at the same time. I obviously go here when I don’t have time for the two hour train ride… Besides, an eight minute walk from home isn’t that bad.