Fab Finds

This month's most fabulous finds


 Photography by John O’Donnell




Royal Treatment

The Queen of Spain, a huge
fan of designer Anauve, put the designer’s work on everyone’s lips. Now, you too can dress like royalty, by putting this short, cream-colored linen jacket on your torso.


Tiger Lily,

139 E Main St, Mount Kisco

(914) 244-4201; tigerlilybtq.com



Glass Theory

This thick-glass slim vase
is handmade by Adam
Aaronson, the London-
based glass blower. The stunning piece is part of Aaronson’s “Lightscape
Theories” line.


EB Home

200 E Main St, Mount Kisco

(914) 242-7278; ebhome.com





Croc On!

These unbelievably cute Crocs come in 30 different colors (14 of which are available at Heathcote Bootery). To personalize a pair (who wants to be like everyone else?), your budding fashionista can customize her own with Jibbitz, the colorful jewels that simply are snapped onto the shoes.

ÅCrocs, $30 Jibbitz start at $2.50

Heathcote Bootery

1086 Wilmot Rd, Scarsdale

(914) 472-3939




Size Does Matter

In jewelry, big is back—and this large jade-and-Indian ruby necklace by Bounkit is right on trend for spring. Pair with fun tops or dresses for a stop-them-in-their-tracks gorgeous look.



80 Purchase St, Rye

(914) 921-3162





Pass the Pepper

Crack your pepper in style
with this cool, geometric-shaped, wood pepper grinder. This approximately 11-inch-tall gizmo is not just funky—it’s practical, too.


Wendy Gee!

1949 Palmer Ave, Larchmont

(914) 834-8507




Flower Power


Bright and cheery, these whimsical, flower-shaped napkin holders are perfect for a spring tabletop.

$120 for a set of four


80 Purchase St, Rye

(914) 921-3162






Think Cons are just for big kids? Not anymore! These adorable
multicolored and jeweled
Converse All Stars are just the right size for your baby hipster. 


Pepper Noodle Couture 

44 Purchase St, Rye

(914) 921-2001










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