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In 2011, before BFFs Kelly Stuart and Violet Gaynor had kids of their own, they launched The Glow — a glimpse into the world of inspiring, stylish moms. Swoon with us as we thumb through the archives in preparation for their next venture: an equally addictive book that'll feel right at home on your coffee table.
At first glance, Feyt co-founder Ferebee Taube gives off a quintessential downtown cool vibe, but her sweet North Carolina drawl is a dead giveaway. A Southern girl at heart, she earned her fashion stripes at iconic American fashion brands like Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein. Her latest role, as creative director of a budding digital empire, keeps her busy at the office while her three rambunctious boys (including twins!) ensure that her home life is just as lively and demanding.
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In her loft-like uptown apartment overlooking the East River, she and her husband surround their boys with modern, but never precious, décor and bold works of art — Damien Hirst is front and center in the living room while Roy Lichtenstein prints hang above the twins’ Ikea beds. While the space is decidedly grown-up in design, Taube made sure to avoid hard-edged furniture and admits she’s happiest when all three boys are zipping around in their Plasma cars at lightning speed.
In New York City, you’re never more than a block away from a Starbucks; they are as bountiful as pigeons in this city. But, if you’re willing to look, there are also loads of independent cafes out there — warm, cozy spaces that smell like heaven and are extra-special because they belong to you and you alone (or at read
An English trifle doesn't have beef in it. You can and should put a dead turkey on your head when you're trying to win back the affection of your lover*. These are the lessons Friends has taught us about Thanksgiving. But, while the series itself holds a permanent place in our hearts, not every Thanksgiving episode had read