One of my closest girlfriends and favorite humans, Daisy, came into town this weekend and it was A DELIGHT to have her. On Friday night we attended the She’s A Rebel screening at The Nickle Series where Daisy and her film sweetly stole the elegant show. The films were all incredible and the location, The Player’s Club, was classic Old New York.
One of the night’s key moments was Daisy’s Little Mermaid Fascinator that she wore. It so perfectly complimented the blue in her hair and the turquoise faceted gem earrings that I made for her.
The rest of the weekend involved resting/vegging/movies/tv. Specifically Life of Pi. OH. MY. GOD. It’s an amazingly gorgeous film on every level. Watching it was a thrilling cinematic experience and I am continuing to experience and process the film in the days since in a beautiful, sad, and moving way.
Golden Girls t-shirt
On Sunday, Daisy and I strolled the hood and ate a delicious brunch at Cafe’ Collette. Their Southern Sea cocktail is to die for and their breakfast sandwich (I always go with bacon) is worth the egg running down your hand. So very worth it. I was too engrossed in satiation and conversation to snap a photo of the food but I came to my senses upon seeing this Golden Girls t-shirt on a waiter on our way out.
Meg Allan Cole is a prominent name in the DIY and crafting world, and this quirky blonde Brooklynite is usually seen wielding a glue gun in one hand and a rescue dog in the other. Often dubbed ‘The Brooklyn Martha”, Meg has been creating DIY videos since the very first DIY network, Threadbanger, aired on the internet in 2006. Since then, she has been a DIY home and lifestyle blogger, and has created videos for Etsy, Curbly, MAKE, The Knot, Martha Stewart, and she now proudly makes weekly videos for HGTV’s YouTube channel, HGTV Handmade.