H&H rolls into the new season with pronouncements of the road ahead and continues to be much more consistent in terms of format and its people centered orientation. A bit less surprising, perhaps, but a good strong household drug nevertheless. This week's star local is Sarah Cihat who has a new line of porcelain at Barneys and a separate line of candle holders at Joya Candle of Bklyn.
- A Makeup Star Gives a Town a Fresh Face: Fascinating story of Billy Brasfield's return to his home in rural Mississippi to renovate old houses.
- Personal Shopper - An Offbeat Symphony in Counterpoint: Marianne Rohrlich gets the tops spot and rolls out a vision of opposites for Fall Style.
- An Ambassador's Stone-Cold Party Pad: Ouch! Don't make us live here. That's all we could think as we read this. Architecture by Steven Holl.
- How can I light my yard without wasting lots of energy?: This is a good primer on where to go if you want to dig up your yard for low voltage outdoor lighting.
- The $1b Dellis Cay resort and residential complex with master plan and marina by Zaha Hadid, hotels by Piero Lissoni, villas by Shigeru Ban and David Chipperfield and a spa by Kengo Kuma.
- The Bound Rocker by David Weeks
- Reproductions have been made of two Biedermeier 1827 wood-block prints as silk screens on vinyl
- Brooklyn designer Sarah Cihat has a new collection of porcelain called Dirt!
- The Yard Bag Chute holds paper bags steady while you are raking up the leaves, baby!