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085: The Row at SSENSE, Prada on Vestiaire, and Neous from Net-a-Porter
And a Project 231A vase sets today's mood.
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An item to set today’s mood: Project 213A Maria Vessel
Lately, when I sit to write the newsletter or send emails or otherwise be a girl about the online-yet-better-on-desktop town, I’m confronted by a new sight: this Project 213A vase named Maria. She has sensitive ears, so I’ve been advised to lift her only by her broad, flat body. A new addition, I haven’t quite found a permanent place for Maria. But every day the vessel remains on our coffee table, I sink in even further to the idea of a surface that immediately thrusts forth all of the best glass and ceramic this tchotchke home carries.
Almost as soon as Binya hit SSENSE, it started selling out—we’re undergoing a going-out-top renaissance and the brand’s form-fitting, parts-baring options like this off-shoulder knit do it well in winter; again with the Tár vibes, this extra-long House of Dagmar coat is straight from an Olsen pap pic or a Julia Roberts throwback; I’m getting a lot of vacation-wear asks and this The Row top and bottoms bikini set covers both travel and yet another bra-as-top summer in the near future; there’s a Jil Sander small Tangle bag on sale for even cheaper, but this squishy Giro bag with a more spacious interior feels like a real get for under $500; and the satin Margiela tabi ballerinas are at their lowest prices (and sizing options) yet.
A tapback to two weeks ago, I found the legendary Margiela for Hermes deep-v valouse tunic from Spring 1999 for about $1,000 less than originally listed; another total grail that I was re-inspired to find after seeing a friend wear is as part of her “formulas,” the Prada Fall 1999 corset top—it doesn’t come cheap but this listing is much less than what it’s sold for on 1stDibs in the past; far more affordable is this also-recognizable early-’00s Prada bustier that never stays in stock long; since we’re on the subject, this artfully beaten-up leather looks in place on the Prada runway if you picture Jeff Goldblum’s head peaking out the collar; and a The Row satchel for under $350, but be forewarned that it’s green apparently (no judgement), despite any first impressions suggesting otherwise.
and everywhere else.
I’ve been weirdly enjoying the winter and "“fall clothes” this season, but this sub-$200 Ganni top is my first bookmark for warm weather partying ahead; I haven’t been able to get these Simone Rocha twill cargo pants out of my head for how much they stretch your grasp of who Simone actually is; I developed a crush on a woman I found through the NYT wedding account and saw that she wore a thick tubular choker in an un-wedding-related outfit, this silver Jennifer Fisher one is the closest match I’ve found; a highly exciting new Neous bag—the golden egg clasp! the wavy strap!; and a lovely St. Bernard woven tote discovered through misadventures in Google Lens.
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