The Collected Week 10/30

WHAT I'VE BEEN UP TO:
Went to Vegas for business, went to the spa at the Four Seasons, ate at Lupo once but mostly at Citizens, was driven to the airport inexplicably in a gold limousine as opposed to a normal black car, slept for days after.

LISTENING:
Tons of podcasts! Last week, there was no time to listen to my usual podcasts so this week, I've been catching up on Style Scouting, the Vogue podcast, Oh Boy, and #GirlBoss Radio.

WATCHING:
Reign (but only for the grain trade disputes)

READING:
Everybody Rise by Stephanie Clifford
I read this book on the plane to and from Vegas and it made both of my flights feel so quick. 

CLICKING:
For Modern Women, Ladylike Means Strong and Sporty (NPR)
Behind Closed Ovens series (Kitchenette)
The Syrian Civil War: What? (The Atlantic)
Fashion Entrepreneurs Stitch Together India and Pakistan (Business of Fashion)
 

QUOTING:

"In Paris, of course a cultured person would know about fashion and architecture and politics, and be up on who the public intellectuals were and what they were fighting about."  - Robbie Myers (via Business of Fashion)