Friday, January 28, 2011

Matchbook Magazine

Matchbook Magazine just launched their first issue. I could really identify with the following spreads..."50 classics for your closet" & "2o gifts for the devilishly dapper men in our lives". As far as I am concerned the magazine really hit the nail on the head with their picks, here are my favorites...








From lipstick to letterpress, gelato to grosgrain, and Paris to Peru, consider us your field guide to a charmed life. -Matchbook

14 comments:

eas said...

An article on Peggy Guggenheim?! This just made my day. Every page brings something better than the rest. Oh how I wish I could read this on my flight this afternoon!

April a.k.a. "A. Liz" said...

Must be Mikimotos?

Let The Tide Pull Your Dreams Ashore said...

The pearls are on page 40 of Matchbook and they are L.L. Bean Signature. xx

Danielle said...

that was my favorite spread!

did you see there was a hunter sale on gilt this week..i logged onexactly at 9 and they were already sold out :(

James said...

Very interesting, thanks for the heads up. Can't wait until the grandson duty is over and I can sit and read it.

Debbie said...

Love, love, love Matchbook!

Cat said...

I looooveeed this article! Goal is to have all these things in my closet by 25!

Miss Lindsay said...

love love love!!

thepreppyprincess said...

Didn't they do a bang-up job with the inaugural issue? We loved it, both of us probably read every page at least twice.

Thank you for sharing some of the lovelies,
tp

Donna said...

It's all great!!

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

I am new to your blog and I am so glad that I found it! I have been having a great time reading over your posts. Look forward to reading more!

Glitterista said...

I can't wait to read this over the weekend! What a perfect picnic basket and plaid bowtie. Hope you're having a great weekend! :)

EFT for Cancer said...

What a fantastic picnic basket!

Reggie Darling said...

What a fun magazine, and chock full of stylistas. Thanks for bringing it to your readers' attention. Reggie