The She Shell Diaries
view from the Hotel on Rivington rooftop
inside the Candy Land Halloween Party
Even though the leaves have begun to change color and the temperature has started to drop, I was able to celebrate All Hallows' Eve and the first days of November in true New York fashion.
The night of the 31st was spent at the Candy Land Halloween Party hosted and decorated by Sex and the City's Patricia Field at the Hotel on Rivington. A few days later I was fortunate enough to be invited to a screening for the award-worthy film Rampart, followed by an after party at Bergdorf Goodman. The week was topped off with a nice 1 hour wait at Ladurée for some flown-in-from-Paris macarons. I swear that line is getting longer and longer...xxo T.
I took my first vacation in almost two years and went on an unforgettable road trip. My friends and I started our journey in New York City, through Niagara Falls and Toronto, Canada and ended the drive in Michigan to attend a good friend's wedding. A big congrats to Dustin and Kate! ♥ ♥ ♥
Congratulations to KRISTIN for winning our one year anniversary giveaway!
Thank you to Jenna, Erin, Olena, Renee and Carly for submitting incredible photos, and to all the friends and family who participated in this giveaway!
Kristin: "I love my coral cuff! It reminds me of Maui & golden sunsets at my favorite beach Launiupoko."
Erin Dolin: "Here is a photo of me and my husband in beautiful Rock Creek, Montana. I am wearing the Maui Love necklace."
Olena Horcajo: "Just Take A Bite necklace around Sweetheart Rock, Lanai"
Renee Beitler: "Wearing Cowrie O Cowrie, OMU and Hello, name's Bruce on the road to Kaupo, Maui."
Carly Hess: "A bit of NYC on the lake in Sandpoint ID! Wearing My Fair Coral cuff and Forest Of Coral earrings."
In honor of Shark Week, 10% of all profits made from online sales this week will be donated to the Shark Trust, an organization that benefits the study, management and conservation of sharks, skates and rays.
73 million sharks are killed annually because of the high demand for their fins, causing many shark species to be at risk of extinction. As essential predators, their depletion affects the health of the entire ocean ecosystems.