(from L to R: Annie Costello Brown, Melissa Coker of Wren, Jesse Kamm, me in a JKamm dress and Clare Vivier gold tote and YSL cut off boots, ahem, and Heather Taylor of TDC gallery.)
Here's me with the navy messenger tote - love it! - with artist Kimberly Brooks - discussing her appearance in Vanity Fair this month. I'll post more pics of the actual "shop" when I get them. I didn't have my camera, aka, iPhone with me, as I had to leave it in one panic stricken moment at the house with the 16-year-old baby sitter who'd neglected to bring his phone - our home cordless phone which I never use, was sitting idly in Le Mari's office in the backyard to which I haven't a key. Mental note: Make key to Le Mari's office. It's very funny how as I was about to leave the house when I learned this babysitter-no-phone fact, I was completely dumbfounded. It is like leaving an appendage when you leave without your phone. I quickly debated in my head: I can't leave my phone willingly. But he was staying with my son. But I had an hour car ride ahead of me. But he's 16 and staying with my son! How do you dial 911 without a phone? So I left the phone. Anyway there was a photographer there, so I'll have good pics eventually, but until then there's this: from Racked LA.