Glimpse To Tiny Workspace

How important is the workspace for you?

Is it messy or you put everything in order at the end of every working day? My home office is actually a very tiny space and I tried to keep it in order but I admit I have a secret – one of the corners there is always messy. And no matter how hard I try – it just remains messy. I’ve always explained it with the lack of space.. But anyway… here is a glimpse to my tiny home office.

Camille is a wonderful contradiction, who really loves a turtleneck… ! A former lawyer who stumbled into the super glamorous and crazy life of a fashion blogger; a Parisian who now lives in London; a “fashion girl” who is completely down to earth and charming – and has impeccable taste in classical French music, the amazing talents you find in people when you get comfortable with them for an entire afternoon!

Only, when the weather is so perfect, all white can be problematic…

  • Don’t sit on the grass. Take your shoes off, enjoy nature and the fresh air! But, whatever you do, don’t let the temptation of that inviting patch of soft grass lure you in. Bring a picnic rug.
  • Don’t expect to eat. Hungry but wearing an all-white look? Fuhgeddaboutit. Say no to the guac, or BYO apron.
  • Leave fun in the past. Carefree and happy? More like cautious and paranoid. One smudge might ruin the look.

OR just enjoy the white for those few moments and then embrace a bit of filth because it’s sunny and who cares about a bit of dirt? There’s always Tide pens and good dry cleaners…

The Perfect Leather Lace-up Sandals

It’s one of the only categories of clothing where I don’t try to restrict myself, because I love having a coat for every occasion, every temperature, and every type of outfit.

And honestly, with New York temperatures, coats are probably the thing we wear out the most.

Anyway, here are three new ones, and I fell mega ultra in love with this white duffle-coat from Coach, which has gone straight to my top five favorite things to wear. It’s sublime, warm, and the leather details are incredible. People stop me in the street every three minutes to see where I got it!

He was pivotal in the creation of the “open floor plan” (which is kind of crazy to think didn’t exist as an idea even a century ago!), but what is perhaps most endearing was his dedication to urban planning – he was so progressive for his time that he was enthralled with looking at ways to sufficiently and beautifully home people as life moved away from the country and to urban centers.

But Le Corbusier didn’t just create pocket-sized apartments, he was thoughtful about space and his works are all pretty astounding and often visually striking. And he was thinking about this before many others, carving out the ideals of modern architecture before it existed!