Friday, November 18, 2011

Thanks Barneys!

I can't walk down Madison Avenue without popping into Barneys for a little shopping or sometimes just inspiration.  So, I was extremely honored to be interviewed for their Barneys: The Window blog.  You can read my thoughts on design and fashion as well as what I would would be wearing in the morning if I was locked in Barneys overnight.  Thanks Barneys!

12 comments:

Whitney Cosgrave said...

so cute! good for you!

whitney
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Neda said...

Lovely interview...and I love your choices if you were locked in Barneys overnight~ classic and stylish.

bevy said...

wear something to amuse the eye - great tip!

what a fun interview!

NYC, Style and a little Cannoli said...

Congrats to you! What an honor! I am looking forward to their windows in a few weeks when I pop in the city for the Liz Taylor exhibit.

NYC, Style and a little Cannoli said...

Congrats to you! What an honor! I am looking forward to their windows in a few weeks when I pop in the city for the Liz Taylor exhibit.

Jennings and Gates said...

Congratulations. What a fun thought to be trapped inside Barneys overnight...that will be today's daydream. Love your skirt!

HRH The Duchess of State said...

How FAB dahhling! Congrats...

MJH Design Arts said...

Hi Heather---great interview!! I'm with you on the blue bedroom and just about everything else!! What's up next? xoxo, Mary

sandrajonas.com said...

Congatulations! That is a lovely interview.
Thank you for all the inspiration on a daily basis.
Enjoy the read each morning with coffee.

Fashion-isha said...

Wow lucky you! Can't wait to see the windows!
xo
Sharon

Pablo said...

Congratulations! =D

By the way, I posted something about fashion on my blog that I think you might like! =) http://bloobreyplace.blogspot.com

DECORPIEL.COM - Julián Blasco. said...

Congratulations for your magnificent contribution, your shop is great and is full of ideas for decoration, that's too bad that is not in our country. greetings ..

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