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Forget Hemingway. I’ve fallen for a chivalrous musketeer in Saint Germain!
© AmericanSquares Did you know there’s a National Christmas Centre? Neither did I! It’s nestled in a place called Paradise, Pennsylvania, the heart of Dutch Country, and it’s pretty much as magical as it sounds; a huge walk-through display of all things Christmas through the decades.
Costume design by Adrian for The Great Ziegfeld directed by Robert Z. Leonard, 1936 You know it was an good era for fashion and costume design when the Queen of Mars was the ultimate style inspiration.
Relax! I’ve got you covered. As your personal purveyor of all things unique, off-beat, thoughtful and chic, it’s my pleasure to bring you the annual MessyNessyChic holiday gift guide.
Whether you’ve traded your old sofa on Craigslist or advertised your business and its products to the world, we’ve all had to dabble in the art of promotion at one point or another.
©LukeJSpencer High on a hilltop in Brooklyn’s historic Greenwood cemetery, is an imposing mausoleum. Written large on the granite stone lintel is the name John Anderson.
1. French Facade Fakery Facades is an ongoing series by French photographer
Ask any New Yorker how they feel about a visit to Times Square, and most likely you will be met with a withering stare, if not an audible and inward groan.
© American Squares I‘m having a very ‘Americana nostalgia’ day here at MessyNessyChic HQ for some reason (see
Tony’s Barbershop, Brooklyn, NY Diners, Cadillacs, neon signs and ice cream pastels– Leah Frances, eats, sleeps and breathes American nostalgia.
© Scott Polar Research Institute This is the forgotten story of a brave (and perhaps slightly mad) scientist and his two men, who made a perilous one way journey to the furthest ends of the earth.
Who hasn’t fantasized about living in a hotel? A hotel with a secret masonic club history seems to be just the cherry on top.
Nola Catholic Cemeteries New Orleans is a city blessed with many beguiling and beautiful cemeteries. From the celebrated, above ground crumbling mausoleums of St.
1. Underwater Works By photographer
And we’re back with another episode from our new web series, Don’t be a Tourist in Paris. Before you tuck in, this is the second episode, which means you should probably go back and watch Episode 1 if you haven’t already seen it.
The once ornate staircase that leads to the crumbling mansion, is cracked and falling apart. The old, sculpted gardens have been over run with weeds, surrounded by fences of razor sharp barbed wire.
Are you ready to eat your weight in stuffing and sweet potato? Sure, there’s the big fat turkey, but isn’t the test of a true Thanksgiving chef really about who can roast their yams to perfection and convert any brussels sprout skeptic with their secret recipe passed down for generations?
I wandered into the weird part of the internet again this morning, through the doors of a snake-handling church in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia, to be specific.
Key Largo! For lovers of all things nostalgic, the name of this small, charming island off the coast of Florida, brings to mind hard-boiled, 1940s film noir……Bogart and Bacall.
When I share a new photographer’s (or anyone’s) work on this blog, I guess the ultimate hope is that they might get in contact one day with the news that they just had a sold out show or scored a publishing deal for their own book.