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Creating a living space that's feminine, but not "girly," is a tricky balance. Adding too many soft or sparkly accents (or too much pink) can quickly snowball into a princess-esque vibe. One woman who balances femininity with restraint like a pro: Charlotte Ronson. The fashion designer's downtown apartment is a master lesson in artful prettiness.
One Kings Lane stopped by for a tour of her light-filled rooms and grabbed some secrets on how to get a cozy, effortless-looking space. Previously, her home had always had a decidedly Parisian vibe. This time around, she mixed beat-up vintage pieces, like a deep leather chair, with delicate accents, like an Art Deco mirror. Click through for our favorite details and then head to One Kings Lane to shop her sale. It's pretty good.
We are creatures of habit. That can be a good thing, if your habits include eating an apple a day or getting eight hours of sleep at night. Others, like not being able to leave home without a jam-packed purse, are not so great. Might not have time for lunch? Grab a granola bar. Feel a little sniffly? In go the tissues. read
The checkered history of lipliner is pretty interesting. After the way it was used in the '80s (#neverforget), people either love it or loathe it. Recently, it's started to make a resurgence in the beauty space. Suddenly, drawn-in lips are gaining some serious footing again.
But, this trend hasn't always followed the read