Summertime in Sagaponack with JOEY WOLFFER
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J U LY 2014
I S S U E No. 42
THE MATCHBOOK GIRL . . .
indulges in sweet potato souff lé. has memorized Breakfast at Tiffany's. dreams of a farm in Sagaponack. channels the colorful tropics. loves to set sail. moves to Italy in search of adventure.
T H E S T YL EL I N E R
E S TAT E V I N EYA R D
Photography by Rima Brindamour 4
believes summertime was made for rosé.
STAPLES 10 DATE BOOK 9 NOTE FROM
K ATIE + JANE
12 EDITOR’S WISH LISTS
Neutral Territory Full Sail Ahead Staycation
76 ODDS & ENDS 78 JUST MARRIED
18 10 THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT...
Carmen Miranda 20 KINDRED SPIRIT
LIVING 11 CULTURE CLUB
At the movies this July
FEATURES 22 THE MATCHBOOK GIRL'S GUIDE TO SAVANNAH
Katie and Jane's favorite finds in the hostess city 34 THE SUITE LIFE
A sunny day in Florence, Italy with Suite founder and designer Jennifer Diederich
56 BAUBLES AND BUBBLY
An afternoon at the Wolffer Estate Vineyard with co-owner, and Styleliner founder, Joey Wolffer PA GE
Photographer Brooklyn, NY
Photographer Stuttgart, Germany THE MATCHBOOK TEAM K ATIE ARMOUR
co-founder editorial director JANE LILLY WARREN
co-founder creative director GAIL EARLY
global sales email@example.com CATHY HIGGERSON
JORDAN BL ASER
note from katie&jane
uly greetings, Matchbook girls!
We hope your summer is getting along swimmingly. This month we visited three different corners of the globe to share places of spectacular history and style. First up, we took a trip down to Georgia to explore the Hostess City. Savannah has long been at the top of our travel wish list and we're pleased to report it more than lived up to our high expectations. From the sweet potato soufflé at Mrs. Wilke's to Leopold's banana ice cream, our team gladly indulged in every aspect of Southern fare. Read our Savannah guide for our tips on where to eat, drink, shop, and explore on your next trip down South. We certainly can't get back soon enough!
Next, take a jaunt over to Europe to our new friend Jennifer Diederich of fashion label Suite. Her fun styling caught our eye on Instagram and we simply had to learn more. The former Project Runway contestant moved from New York to Florence for her handsome Italian husband and has been enjoying narrow cobblestone streets and charming outdoor markets ever since. Read on to learn of her love of Schiaparelli, Italian coffee, and Breakfast at Tiffany's. Jennifer is a Matchbook kindred spirit if there ever was one. Last but certainly not least, we boarded a train to the picturesque Hamptons. Our cover girl, Joey Wolffer, not only helps run her family's Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack, but also has her own accessory boutique on wheels, The Styleliner. We had a magical morning with Joey chatting all things rosé, jewels, and travel. We hope you fall for her style and charm as much as we did. Wishing you a most splendid July! Don't forget the sunscreen! KATIE + JANE
DA T E20 B 1O4O K
PRINCESS DIANA OF WALES BORN IN NORFOLK, ENGL AND (1961)
ST YLE ICON BABE PALEY BORN IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS (1915)
WOMEN ARE FIRST INDUCTED INTO THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY IN ANNAPOLIS, MARYL AND (1976)
DISNEYL AND OPENS IN ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA (1955)
ASTRONAUT NEIL ARMSTRONG SETS FOOT ON THE MOON (1969)
FASHION DESIGNER OSCAR DE L A RENTA BORN IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (1932)
THE ICE CREAM CONE IS INVENTED IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI (1904)
THE FIRST WIMBLEDON TOURNAMENT IS HELD OUTSIDE LONDON (1877)
NATIONAL PIÑA COL ADA DAY TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD BY HARPER LEE IS FIRST PUBLISHED (1960)
TUNE IN TO WATCH THE WORLD CUP FINAL!
PILOT AMELIA EARHART BORN IN ATCHISON, KANSAS (1897) NATIONAL HOT FUDGE SUNDAE DAY THE 100TH TOUR DE FRANCE RACE WILL FINISH IN PARIS! FIRST L ADY JACQUELINE BOUVIER KENNEDY ONASSIS WAS BORN IN BELLPORT, NEW YORK (1929)
AMERICAN DECORATOR SISTER PARISH BORN IN MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY (1910)
FASHION EDITOR DIANA VREEL AND BORN IN PARIS, FRANCE (1903)
CATCHER IN THE RYE BY J. D. SALINGER IS FIRST PUBLISHED (1951)
NOVELIST EMILY BRONTË IS BORN IN ENGL AND (1818)
C U LT U R E C L U B
may we suggest
AT T H E M O V I E T H E AT E R T H I S J U LY MOOD INDIGO
If you love films set in Paris, you won't want to miss this quirky new love story and its star-studded cast (Audrey Tautou, Romain Duris, and Gad Elmaleh). Mood Indigo tells the tale of a wealthy bachelor who tries to find a cure for his lover Chloe's mysterious illness. A French flick as surreal as it is charming. In theaters July 18 MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT
In Woody Allen's latest film, grumpy Englishman Stanley Crawford (Colin Firth) heads to the C么te d'Azur to debunk the pretty young physic Sophie Baker (Emma Stone). We're as anxious to see the glittering French landscape as we are two of our very favorite actors. In theaters July 25 HAPPY CHRISTMAS
After a bad breakup, party girl Jenny (Anna Kendrick),moves in with her big brother, his wife, and their young son. The family's calm life is instantly shook up by the new arrival. Guest starring our favorite it-girl, Lena Dunham, this tale of family, love, and finding one's way is sure to leave you smiling. In theaters July 25
NEUTRAL TERRITORY K ATIE ARMOUR , E DITORIAL DIREC TOR
White hot summer staples...
1. Birkenstock Arizona Slides, Net-a-Porter, $210 2. Alabaster Heart, Z Gallerie, $15 3. Bunny Williams Home Marbleized Table Lamp, Zinc Door, $750 4. Ceramic Ruffle Pot, Terrain, $48 5. Woven Straw Duffle Bag, Nordstrom, $60 6. White Coral Hoop Earrings, Charm & Chain, $70 7. Color Block Basket, Target, $25 8. Leila Inlay Table, Serena & Lily, $995 9. White and 12
Gold Bowls, Zinc Door, $145 for 2
E D I TOR'S
w i sh li st
1. Kate Moss for Topshop Camisole, Net-a-Porter, $68 2. Adidas Hat, Urban Outfitters, $24 3. Dotty Tassel Trim Scarf, Leif, $90 4. Tocca Bar Soap, Nordstrom, $12 5. Shinola Runwell Watch, Saks Fifth Avenue, $600 6. Big Sky Wildlife Fire Ring, Target, $19 7. Monte Carlo Pillow, Calypso St. Barth, $175 8. Drapey Tencel Pants, Gap, $70 9. Cecil Pouf, Barneys, $695 10. Faceted Moonstone Bangle,
Charm & Chain, $88
FULL SAIL AHEAD JANE LILLY WARRE N , CRE ATIVE DIREC TOR
Nautical pieces to inspire the sailor in you. 4 5
1. Equipment Landon Printed Washed-Silk Pajama Set, Net-a-Porter, $340 2. Beacon Sconce, Serena & Lily, $98 3. Scotch Naturals Nail Polish in Lemon Highlander, Spirit Beauty Lounge, $15 4. Captiva Butterfly Chair, Serena & Lily, $495 5. Sweetie Pie Earrings, Swell Caroline, $20 6. Illesteva Leonard Round-Frame Acetate Sunglasses, Net-a-Porter, $280 7. Sloane Ranger Anchor Duffle, Tuckernuck, $70 14
E D I TOR'S
w i sh li st
1. Trail Model Rain Jacket, LL Bean, $79 2. The Old Man and The Sea by Ernest Hemingway 1952 Edition, Etsy, $900 3. Beach Towel, J.Crew, $60 4. Sailboat Door Knocker, Furbish, $12 5. Anchor Tote, MZ Wallace, $40 6. Charlotte Olympia Sandy Beaded Starfish Sandal, Bergdorf Goodman, $347 7. Jonathan Adler Set of Four Scales Rocks Glasses, Macy's, $7 8. Artisan Canoe Paddle, Norquay, $275 matchbook
STAYCATION J ORDAN B L A S E R , DES IG N INTE RN
Plan a weekend escape with all the comforts of home!
1. Save The Date by Jen doll, Amazon, $19 2. Tortoise Plastic Matte Cateye Sunglasses, Sole Society, $25 3. Tie-front Tanksuit, Madewell, $98 4. Rs Barcelona Mon Oncle, 2 Modern, $375 5. Alexa Bed, West Elm, $1,699 6. Anywhere Travel Guide, ModCloth, $13 7. Bubble Bath and Salts, World Market, $8 16
E D I TOR'S
w i sh li st
1. Beaded and Metal Necklace, Sole Society, $30 2. Carrie Cami, J.Crew, $98 3. Orgasm Pinky Peach, Nars, $20 4. Arise and Dine, ModCloth, $35 5. Cut Circle Sheet Set, Serena & Lily, $130 6. Joie Fola Skirt Deep Lapis, Joie, $348 7. Serena Pool Float, Grandinroad, $139 8. Peterboro Handmade Picnic Basket, Crate and Barrel, $60 9. White Basics Chocolate Fondue Set, Wayfair, $15 10. Swiss Castle Fondue, $9 matchbook
10 THINGS YO U D I D N ' T K N O W A B O U T. . .
PORTRAIT OF A L ADY
Actor, comedian, and singer Carmen Miranda (1909–1955) was far more than met the eye. From the radios of Brazil to the glittering screens of Hollywood, she captivated the world with her “Brazilian bombshell” flair. Read on to learn some lesser known facts about the lovely Latin icon.
Though she was known as the “Brazilian bombshell,” Miranda was actually born in Portugal. Her parents moved the family to Brazil while she was still an infant.
The flamboyant performer was educated in a convent. Raised in a devoutly Catholic household, she did her best to keep her showbiz dreams under wraps.
Miranda was born with deformed feet and had to wear special shoes when performing.
Far from the stage, Miranda began her career as a department store clerk. She loved to entertain her coworkers with songs, eventually landing a gig on the local Rio radio.
While singing at Rio's Casino da Urca in 1939, Miranda was noticed by Broadway producer Lee Shubert, who arranged to bring her to New York. It was her big break. 18
Miranda was talented both on and off the screen. She loved to draw and was known to be an accomplished sketch artist and costume designer.
Miranda always gave back, donating a generous percentage of her earnings to the poor in South America.
While taping a song-and-dance number for The Jimmy Durante Show, Miranda suffered a heart attack. She died the following morning in her Beverly Hills Home at the young age of forty-six.
Miranda’s body was shipped to Rio for burial where nearly one million people lined the streets to mourn their lost national icon.
You can still see her colorful costumes for yourself. Upon her passing, over 3,500 pieces were donated to Brazil where the Carmen Miranda Museum was founded in Rio de Janeiro.
REIM AGINED FOR A NEW AGE 1. Cobalt Turban, Vibe Jewels, $30 2. Palm Leather Clutch, Gap, $40 3. Indigo Tile Plates, Nordstrom, 4 for $164. Yellow Ice Bucket, Jonathan Adler, $32 5. J.Crew Ruffled Mini Dress, Net-A-Porter, $200 6. Villeroy & Boch 20-Piece Flatware Set, Bloomingdale's, $144 7. Skinny Leather Belt, J.Crew, $30 8. Kartio Tumbler, Bloomingdale's, $28 9. Tya Pillow, Lulu
& Georgia, $64 10. Banana Earrings, ModCloth, $10 11. Neon Bandeau Top, J.Crew, $44 12. Neon Hipster, J.Crew, $40 13. McKenna Pillow, Lulu & Georgia, $9014. Kerrington Shopper, Tory Burch, $207 15. Peacock Chair, Serena & Lily, $59516. Deborah Lippmann Nail Color in Whip It, Nordstrom, $18 17. Kate Spade Toucan iPhone Case, Zappos, $40 18. Yellow Wedge, ModCloth, $65 19. Tropical Bangles, Charm & Chain, $48 20. Fouta Beach Towel, Serena & Lily, $48
T H E M AT C H B O O K G I R L ' S
G U I D E to: SAVANNAH
KATIE AND JANE RECENTLY MADE AN UNFORGETTABLE JAUNT DOWN TO THE HOSTESS CITY AND HAD TO SHARE THEIR FINDS! READ ON FOR THE MATCHBOOK GIRL'S SAVANNAH FAVORITES.
SLEEP The Dresser Palmer House
We love the coziness of bed and breakfasts when we travel and Savannah's historic Dresser Palmer House did not disappoint. Centrally located a few short blocks from Forsyth Park, we immediately fell in love with the inn's colorful interior and old world charm. Breakfast each morning was full of decadent Southern fare and the evening cocktail hour made for the perfect time to unwind from a busy day of sightseeing. Be sure to enjoy the back patio covered in cascading wisteria!
EAT & DRINK The Public Kitchen & Bar
This centrally located spot is great for lunch, dinner, or cocktails. We loved the modern interior and are still dreaming about our decadent lunchâ€” ham and brie melt with spinach and granny smith apples. (Photo: Top left)
Local 11 Ten
This great dinner spot one block south of Forsyth Park is housed in a restored 1950s-era bank. The menu brims with local and seasonal ingredients, including fresh seafood caught from the nearby coast. Be sure to order a Pimm's Cup! (Photo: Top right)
Leopold's Ice Cream
If you're craving a cold treat head over to Leopold's for the best ice cream in town. We loved their Girl Scouts inspired flavor, "thin mints & cream." matchbook
EAT & DRINK Back in the Day Bakery
If you share our sweet tooth don't miss this darling bake shop by husband and wife duo Griff and Cheryl Day. Their cookbook is famous and after a few bites of cupcake, we understood why. (Photo: Top right)
The Olde Pink House
A Savannah institution, this gorgeous eighteenth-century mansion houses one of the city's most sophisticated dining experiences. Soak up the lovely interiors while enjoying their signature dish— crispy scored flounder with apricot shallot sauce, creamy grits, and collards. (Photo: below right)
Mrs. Wilke's Dining Room
If you're in search of a home-cooked Southern meal, make a beeline to this cozy spot. A line gathers each morning well before it opens at eleven o'clock with patrons eager to feast on Mrs. Wilke's famous platters of fried chicken, cornbread, sweet potato soufflé, and so much more. Arrive hungry and ready to indulge—you won't be disappointed! (Photo: Next page, below right)
EAT & DRINK Gryphon Tea Room
This impossibly chic space is staffed by students from the Savannah College of Art and Design who are eager to take your order. Rivaling the superb menu were the velvet tiger stripe pillows and opulent leopard print rug.Â (Photos: Above)
SHOP Number Four Eleven
If you love monograms as much as we do, this is your place! We loved their vast assortment of linens and whimsical needlework. It's a great place for personalized gifts for friends or yourself! (Photos: Below)
One Fish Two Fish
This fun boutique is filled with chic women's accessories and coastal-inspired goodies for the home. Their book selection was a gold mine for the wistful Southern hostess. (Photo: Top right)
SHOP Alex Raskin Antiques
Whether you're buying or simply browsing, don't miss this massive antique archive housed in the Historic Noble Hardee Mansion onÂ Monterey Square. The spaceÂ contains floor after floor of treasures and stellar views of the city if you voyage to the very top. (Photos: This page)
DO Savannah Music Festival
Nothing beats live music and the Savannah Music Festival was filled with noteworthy acts. We enjoyed the immensely talented tunes of Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn at the historic Lucas Theatre for the Arts. Next year's festival is March 19 through April 4,2015. (Photo: Next page, below left)
Savannah Tour of Homes & Gardens
Nothing beats live music and the Savannah Music Festival was filled with noteworthy acts. We enjoyed the immensely talented tunes of Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn at the historic Lucas Theatre for the Arts. Next year's festival is March 19 through April 4,2015. (Photos: This page)
DO Forsyth Park
This lovely park in the heart of Savannah's historic district is impossible to miss. Visit the iconic white fountain dating back to 1858 or take in one of the city's many outdoor cultural events. We joined friends here for an evening round of bocce and champagne. (Photo: Top left)
SCAD Museum of Art
This fantastic museum is part of the world-renowned Savannah College of Art and Design. We took in a stunning exhibit inspired by the work of photographer Francesca Woodman and another featuring the stellar acrylic work of Dustin Yellin. (Photo: Top right) matchbook
THE SUITE LIFE PHOTOGRAPHY BY NADIA MELI
WHEN JENNIFER DIEDERICH'S CHEERY INSTAGRAM FEED LIT UP OUR IPHONE, WE KNEW WE'D FOUND A KINDRED SPIRIT. ORIGINALLY FROM UPSTATE NEW YORK, JENNIFER HAS LOVED FASHION AS LONG AS SHE CAN REMEMBER AND EVENTUALLY EARNED HERSELF JOBS AT POWERHOUSE LABELS TIBI AND BLUMARINE. AFTER A BRIEF STINT ON BRAVO'S HIT SHOW PROJECT RUNWAY, THE AMBITIOUS YOUNG DESIGNER EMBARKED ON HER OWN COLLECTION, SUITE, AND BOY ARE WE GLAD SHE DID! BRIMMING WITH VINTAGE-INSPIRED FROCKS AND FABULOUS TAILORED COATS, JENNIFER'S CLOTHES ARE WHAT MATCHBOOK DREAMS ARE MADE OF. TODAY SHE DESIGNS THE LABEL FROM HER SUNNY NEW STUDIO IN FLORENCE, ITALY, (THE SAVVY GAL SNAGGED HERSELF A DAPPER ITALIAN.) AND SPENDS HER FREE TIME EXPLORING THE CITY'S MANY TREASURES. WE CAUGHT UP WITH THE DARLING DESIGNER TO GET THE DISH ON ALL THINGS SUITE.
WHEN DID YOU FIRST REALIZE YOU LOVED FA S H I O N ?
I can't pinpoint an exact moment, but I have always loved the creativity and freedom of expression that fashion can allow. I like that it is frivolous and fun, and that wearing a great outfit can really change your day for the better. WHO DID YOU INHERIT Y O U R G R E AT S T Y L E F R O M ?
The women in my
become more beautiful... she is endlessly interesting to me. W H AT T H E T H E H I G H L I G H T O F PA R T I C I PAT I N G I N P R O J E C T R U N WAY ?
Meeting fellow designer and now my dearest friend, Wesley Nault. We hit it off from the beginning, and now we share a studio space in New York, complete with a paper cup and string telephone for chats between our rooms.
SHE IS THE GIRL WHO FEELS SEXIER IN A K N E E-L E N G T H TA F F E TA D R E S S T H A N I N T H E L AT E S T S E Q U I N M I N I D R E S S F R O M T H E M A L L .
family, especially my grandmother, who has always had a particularly good eye for detail.
W H AT I N S P I R E D Y O U T O TA K E T H E L E A P A N D L AUNCH YOUR OWN COLLECTION?
Circumstance, really. I had just left my job designing embroideries for Blumarine here in Italy. Elsa Schiaparelli. Her There wasn't a company fearless way of designing in the area of Tuscany and her constant where I was living that I curiosity for life is such was completely interested an inspiration to me. I in working for, so I mean, she used to wear decided to start my own fur booties to bowl and tried planting flower seeds collection. I felt like I needed to create the kind in her nose as a child to of environment I was WHO ARE YOUR PERSONAL ST YLE ICONS OR MUSES?
interested in working in, so walking by. I did! When I thought about HOW DID YOU CHOSE THE naming my collection, I NAME SUITE? wanted to evoke those same emotions I felt at It was inspired by the the time - appreciation of week I stayed at The details, curiosity, my love Plaza hotel in NY while of vintage, feeling special waiting for my Italian and carefree, so I named visa. The hotel was closing the collection Suite after for renovations, and so that suite at The Plaza. it was only myself and a family staying in one of WHO IS THE SUITE the luxurious old suites on C U S T O M E R ? our floor. In the evenings She is the girl who feels when I returned to the hotel, I would sneak a peak sexier in a knee length into their lives through the taffeta dress than the door, which always seemed latest sequin mini dress from the mall. She to be open when I was 40
dreams of getting locked in a museum at night to fall asleep under an Alexander Calder mobile. She secretly believes she is the Holly Golightly of today for she is charming and secretive. At cocktail parties she stows her coat by the door for those sometimes necessary quick escapes. WHEN DID YOU MOVE TO I TA LY ?
I came to study in Florence through FIT in 2001. I met my now husband, Claudio, only a couple of weeks after
landing in Florence. I finished my degree in NY and then promptly moved back to Italy to be with Claudio, despite my undeniable love affair with New York City. I have been here for 13 years!
W H AT C A N Y O U T E L L U S ABOUT YOUR NEW DESIGN STUDIO?
I really love the light from the huge windows and opening them to hear the sounds of vespas speeding by, tourists with their clanking suitcases rolling W H AT D O Y O U L O V E A B O U T over cobblestones and FLORENCE? every language imaginable being spoken. At lunch I moved to be with my husband, but I have grown I love to run to the close by San Lorenzo market to love the Italian culture to get fresh produce and and the food...and oh handmade pastas. the coffee! I find myself fascinated thinking about The photo over the couch all the history of this is from Breakfast at city as I wander the little Tiffany's. It is the scene narrow streets. 46
where Holly and Paul spend the day doing things they have never done before. They steal masks and make a get away down the street in NY. I like it because it reminds me to always take chances and try new things. WHERE DO YOU LOOK FOR I N S P I R AT I O N ?
I often find inspiration in everyday objects. For example, I'm working on a coat inspired by little brown paper bags. I also love dress silhouettes from the 50s and 60s and the general lifestyle of that era.
W H AT I S Y O U R D E S I G N PROCESS LIKE?
I like to gather inspiration and think about what the Suite girl might want or need at first. Then I choose a theme, I always choose a theme, it makes the process more fun and inspiring for me. After that I try out silhouettes and choose fabrics for samples. A lot of the original designs evolve while creating samples, and it is always interesting to see how far I can go with them. W H AT C A N W E E X P E C T W I T H YOUR NEXT COLLECTION?
Always more dresses because I don't make pants or wear them! I don't own a single a pair!
JENNIFER'S MATCHBOOK QUESTIONNAIRE
Tea or coffee? 'til death do us part, coffee
I collect... Vintage jewelry. Favorite city? New York Spring or fall? Both
Bloom of choice? Pink peonies
Style icon? Audrey Hepburn and Brigitte Bardot
China pattern? Kate Spade Larabee Road
Iâ€™m lusting after... an Olympia Le-Tan book clutch
Most prized possession? My
first edition copy of Shocking Life by Elsa Schiaparelli and a handwritten
letter from her found inside the book Girl crush? Zooey Deschanel
Boy crush? Joseph Gordon-Levitt
On weekends... we stroll piazzas and grab drinks with friends
BaublesBubbly PHOTOGRAPHY BY RIMA BRINDAMOUR
Joey Wolffer's adventuresome career revolves around two things these days: wine and jewels. As co-owner of WĂślffer Estate Vineyard, the Hamptons darling was born into a family that has long appreciated good wine and great style. When she isn't selling worldly accessories from her potato chip truck turned traveling boutique, The Styleliner, Joey can be found on the vineyard entertaining friends with her family's famous rosĂŠ. We caught the train out to Sagaponack to meet the fun-loving world traveler to find out what makes her tick.
HOW DID YOU FEEL ABOUT YOUR CHILDHOOD MOVE F R O M M A N H AT TA N T O A S A G A P O N A C K FA R M ?
When our Dad passed away at the end of 2008, I started to be more involved than I had been, In a word, lucky. My mom but it wasn't until my brother was about to buy knew that it was time the property in 2012 that to get me out of NYC. I I really said, I want to do was turning into a brat this and commit my life to at nine years old and she it. believed farm life would snap that right out of me, W H AT D O Y O U L O V E and it did! I have had the M O S T A B O U T T H E W I N E best of both worlds and I B U S I N E S S ? am very grateful for that. City life made me curious I have learned so much and country life gave and yet there is still much me a better connection more to understand. with nature, which was I knew so little about important to my growing wine when I got into the up. business. I have been so fortunate to be involved DID GROWING UP ON in the creative side of the T H E FA R M I N S P I R E Y O U business, which is what I C R E AT I V E LY ? know more about! I get to influence design decisions, I believe so . . . I was constantly surrounded by work with marketing and PR, and bring in beauty and my mother had us in painting classes interesting projects and collaborations. with our family friend at an early age. We would go ON TO THE ST YLELINER, out and sit by the pond W H AT I N S P I R E D Y O U and paint! We were so T O T U R N A P O TAT O lucky to live there. W H E N D I D Y O U S TA R T G E T T I N G I N V O LV E D I N W Ă– L F F E R E S TAT E V I N E YA R D ?
CHIP TRUCK INTO A T R AV E L I N G B O U T I Q U E ?
I was working in corporate fashion matchbook
and really wanted to start my own brand, but Iunderstood that it would be a huge investment in production and minimums without having much of a name for myself in fashion. Having traveled so much for my job, I loved discovering designers from all over the world. I wanted a way to showcase these great finds but didn't want to have a traditional boutiqueâ€”it's just not me! The food truck craze was in full force and with the rising importance of social 64
media in 2010, i thought if food can do it, why not fashion! The Styleliner was born in 2010 and now in 2014, we are expanding into our own product, which has always been such a dream for me! WHICH CITIES DOES THE ST YLELINER VISIT?
Well, now we have two Styleliners! One on the West Coast is based in Santa Monica and one on the East Coast, visits the Hamptons, NYC, Connecticut, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, and South Florida. WHO IN YOUR LIFE HAS E X C E L L E N T TA S T E I N JEWELRY?
My mother. She was a designer for Harry Winston and Van Cleef back in the day! HOW DO YOU DECIDE W H AT I N V E N T O R Y T O B U Y O N Y O U R T R AV E L S ?
I don't know if I can reveal that! In truth, I buy what I feel is right
for my customers and for the areas that we are going to be with the trucks. The number one goal is finding pieces that are special and have a story. I feel so much excitement when I discover a great new designer and I want the customer to feel the same.
diamond band that my father gave my mother when I was born, a gold charm bracelet with charms that my mom has collected for me since I was born, and about twenty other bracelets on my left wrist. I am taking arm party to a whole new level!
IS THERE A STYLELINER MUSE?
W H AT D O Y O U L O V E ABOUT LIVING IN SAG HARBOR?
I feel like I should say Viggo Mortensen's blouse man from A Walk on the Moon—that's what everyone says when they walk in the truck! The Styleliner muse is not one person. I think all my customers are my muses—strong, successful women with confidence and a true sense of personal style. W H AT J E W E L R Y D O Y O U W E A R O N A D A I LY BASIS?
I wear my turquoise Me & Ro charm necklace that my husband got me for my birthday, my rose gold bar earrings, my engagement ring, a
Really, I love everything— the water, the people, the restaurants, the local stores and the sense of community that doesn't exist in every Hampton. W H AT ' S U P N E X T F O R THE ST YLELINER?
Well, I have been working on a handbag line that has been selling so well on the Styleliner! We are now working on partnering with select retailers. A N D W H AT ' S U P N E X T O N Y O U R T R AV E L W I S H L I S T ?
I have never been to India. I am dying to go to Goa and Rajasthan!
J O E Y'S FAVO R I T E
world markets BRIMFIELD ANTIQUE SHOW A N D F L E A M A R K E T, B R I M F I E L D, M A S S A C H U S E T T S : You c an
find e ver y thing f rom the most unigue vintage YSL nec klace to a beautiful old dining room table to a vintage c ar! P O R T O B E L L O M A R K E T, L O N D O N : S ome of my
favor ite find s have come f rom Por tobel lo. There is suc h a wonder ful mixture of vendors and some of the most interesting easter n embroider ies, je welr y, and fur niture. I f elt like a kid in a c andy shop when I disco vered this gem of a market. Br azilians are al l about vivacious color, semi-precious stones, and o ver the top pieces. This market showc ases the best of the best ar tisans in the area. H I P P I E M A R K E T, R I O :
styleliner FAVO R I T E S
Bead ed Af g han Nec klace in Pr i mar y C olo r s, $178 • Li l le Ne c k lace, $298 • Bi nnen S up e r C h unky Br acelet in Neon P i n k , $ 1 9 5 • F la min go Ho o p Ear r i n g s, $ 9 2 • Blue Bird Ho o p E ar r i ngs, $ 92 • El lie E ar r i ng, $395 74
Questionnaire TEA OR COFFEE?
C of f e e
I COLLECT . . .
V i n t a ge j e we l r y FAV O R I T E C I T Y ?
R i o de Ja n e i ro
S P R I N G O R FA L L ?
Fa l l
BLOOM OF CHOICE?
Pe on i e s
ST YLE ICON?
Ta l i t ha Ge t t y
C H I N A PAT T E R N ?
I am a pattern girl, but not w he n i t come s t o c h ina . I l o ve t he p u re wh ite si mp l i ci t y of A stie r d e V i l l a t t e. I ’ M L U S T I N G A F T E R .. .
a v ac a t i on i n B r a z il
MOST PRIZED POSSESSION?
My horse, An t ono v GIRL CRUSH?
Gi se l e
John ny D e p p
O N W E E K E N D S ...
I t ' s v i ny a sa , r i di n g, h a v ing l u n c h w i t h my hu s b a n d , a n d a q u i c k sw i m in th e oce a n . matchbook
ODDS & ENDS MADELINE IN NEW YORK: THE ART OF LUDWIG BEMELMANS, NEW-YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY, JULY 2 THROUGH OCTOBER 19, 2014
This must-see exhibit celebrates the glorious work and life of Bemelmans, a true bon vivant! JANE
CORIOLISS MINI TRAVEL HAIRDRYER, AMAZON, $49
This powerful mini hair dryer is an A+ when on the go. JANE
S H A R E T H E I R L AT E S T OBSESSIONS...
BOARDWALK BIKINI, MARYSIA SWIM, $136 PER PIECE Simple and chic. KATIE
JEAN-PHILIPPE DELHOMME WORLD CUP POSTCARDS, COLETTE, $11
I couldn't resist ordering a set of this World Cup goodness. KATIE
OSTWALD HELGASON LOVE T-SHIRT, SHOPBOP, $178
I plan on hitting the court in this love-ly shirt. JANE
VEFA'S KITCHEN BY VEFA ALEXIADOU, AMAZON, $35
Summer has me yearning for Greek taverna dining by the sea. This is second-best. JANE
BELLA FREUD SWEATER, NET-A-PORTER, $480
I love this quirky homage to my style icon Jane Birkin. KATIE
CHIC FILLE MAGAZINE, COLETTE, $16
This new periodical has me eager to brush up on my French. KATIE
GURNEY'S MONTAUK RESORT & SEAWATER SPA, MONTAUK, NY
Spending a few days here in June was an absolute joy! A beach bonf ire with s'mores and champagne is what summer should be. JANE
KOSTA BODA MINI NAIL POLISH PAPERWEIGHT, SHOPBOP, $65
A cheeky-glam accent for your paperwork pile. JANE
THE MARLTON HOTEL, NYC
My boyfriend recently surprised me with a staycation at the Marlton Hotel. I was ready to move in! KATIE matchbook
JA MI EDDINGTON
& DENNIS REMKE
THE LOCATION... Nellcôte, a
European-inspired eatery in downtown Chicago with fabulous decor. It's named for the villa in which The Rolling Stones recorded Exile on Main St. WE MET... At work. I picked
up some work from my colleague who was out sick and one deliverable was for Denny. I hand delivered it to him a few floors down. When we met in person, time stopped! THE PROPOSAL... Every fall we
go to the same orchard to pick apples, raspberries, and peppers. We had more than enough produce to take home, but Denny insisted I climb into a tree to get one last arm full of apples. When I turned around to hand them to him, he was holding out the ring. Needless to say, I dropped the apples. Was so simple and elegant, straight off the rack at J.Crew. I loved everything about it! I had a piece of lace from my grandmother's gown cut MY DRESS…
PHOTOGRAPHY BY KARA SHULTZ
into a heart and sewn on the square train. IT FELT VERY "US" BECAUSEâ€Ś We
kept it small and had a morning ceremony followed by brunch. Also, it was important for me to honor my grandparents as they were such an exemplary couple. To do so, we planned our wedding to coincide with what would have been their sixty-second anniversary. We will forever get to share it with them! WE HONEYMOONED INâ€ŚMaine! We spent ten days in a few different towns along the coast, relaxing, eating lobster, and lounging at B&Bs. It was magic! We loved it so much we are spending our first anniversary back there and hope to make it an annual trip.
See you next month! IN THE MEANTIME, WE HOPE YOU ’LL JOIN US ON OUR ADVENTURES: