Wednesday, September 30, 2009

drinking in LA

continuing on with the things i will miss about LA...drinking. more specifically drinking with friends. some of my favorites:

1. Taix- my local go-to bar. dark, cozy, old school, mixed crowd and not overrun with east side hipsters
2. The Edison- fancy schmancy, a throwback to the 20's, good for playing dress up, and on thursday you can get a drink for 35 cents, although it was better when it first opened. odd crowd.
3. Cole's- old school drinking, again...another throwback to the 20's. i do love a bartender in suspenders.
4. The Must- excellent happy hour, delicious grilled cheese and tomato soup.
5. Figaro Bistrot- the most "french" thing we have in LA, therefore i love it AND happy hour is every day.
6. The Drawing Room- the ultimate in dive bars
7. The Redwood Bar & Grill- adam hates this place. i love it. i love the kitschy nautical theme. and they make a good veggie burger. yum.

(above, me and one of my best amigas, sharona @ The Short Stop. the photo booth was broken, so we took our own pics)

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

things i will miss: sunset from our window

one of the things i will miss the most is the view from our apartment.

Monday, September 28, 2009

leaving los angeles

we are leaving california!

so here it is- the big news. adam and i and every little counts are leaving los angeles. after 5 long years we are going back to brooklyn where we first met. the two of us are native new englanders, so the constant sun and warm weather of los angeles was just something we couldn't get used to. i know- some people like it. maybe most people like it. but i have a really hard time going throughout life with no change in the weather. i miss the seasons- fall, winter, spring, summer. i love them all. i miss the mark they have on your life. i miss being near our families. i miss too much.

but, this is not a bash on los angeles. there are definitely things i will miss. i will miss my amazing friends- new and old. i will miss morning hikes in griffith park, the ocean, the mountains, the semi- exciting celebrity sighting (donovan leitch, crispin glover, jonathon rhys meyer- a few of my favorites), cheap produce, wine tasting, the occasional party on a yaht or mansion in the hills (come on, you don't get much more LA than that), our huge apartment with a view- esp. my walk in closet!, eating al fresco, and i will say it again...our friends- you are the reason why it's been so hard to leave all along.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Saturday, September 26, 2009

lou doillon: nytimes style magazine fall 2004

dreams never end update

 dreams never end, etsy, vintage, fall, every little counts dreams never end fall update!
miniskirts, blazers, sweaters and more...
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Friday, September 25, 2009


Cami Knickers by Madonnab, $80

"love me do" gingham playsuit by Lulufinder Vintage, $95

Kimono Style Robe by Plum Pretty Sugar, $70

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Every Little Counts Giveaway!

I was so entirely pleased and flattered when Micaela at The Drifter and the Gypsy asked me to do an interview and a giveaway. Being a fan of her blog for awhile now, of course I agreed! So head on over there, take a look at her lovely blog, enter to win one of our most defining styles, "A Violent, Sensual, Sensitive Girl", and if you wanted to know more about me and Every Little Counts...well, you can do that too;)

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

the calm before the storm

flying back to LA tonight. this photo was taken beachside in connecticut on one calm and relaxing evening during the chaos of last week. big changes are in the works. more details to come...

Sunday, September 20, 2009

yigal ozeri

yigal ozeri installation at mike weiss gallery september 2009 chelsea new york every little counts

i am definitely not an art critic. the art world can be a very intimidating place and i don't usually elaborate on why i like or dislike a piece of work. so, what i will say about the yigal ozeri show, "desire for anima" was that it was another one of my favorites from our afternoon in chelsea. adam was not into it at all, but my friend rebecca and i both loved the work. it's hard to believe these are paintings because they are so detailed and photographic.

for more reading, and a perhaps more detailed review, read this @ ArtCat.

mike weiss gallery
52o w. 24th st.

Friday, September 18, 2009


big life changes are in the works, and i really wish we could just pause for a minute- or a month really. adults always say there is never enough time in the day. i guess this means i am really an adult.

(this photo was taken in stockholm a couple of years ago.)

maya lin: three ways of looking at the earth

during our visit to new york, adam and i met up with our friend rebecca to wander through the chelsea art galleries, loving and hating some of the recently opened shows. one of my favorites was this exhibition by maya lin at pace wildenstein.

pace wildenstein
545 w. 22nd st.
ny, ny

for more info, click here

Thursday, September 17, 2009


i'm sorry i've been neglecting the blog a bit lately- we've been between new york & connecticut for the last week. here are some shots from our travels...

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Fall Preview

Fall has arrived and so has the new Every Little Counts fall/ winter collection, "Untamed Youth".

Get the sneak peak and a special discount by signing up for our mailing list here
The collection officially launches Oct. 15, 2009

Friday, September 11, 2009

Hadley Holliday: Paintings

Forever and Never, 2009

For all of you in LA, you should definitely come out to my friend, Hadley Holliday's opening reception tonight at SolwayJones gallery in Chinatown. She is one of my good friends, but she also happens to be one of my favorite painters- EVER.

Hadley Holliday: Sept. 12- Oct. 10th, 2009
Opening Reception: Sept. 11 6-8pm

990 North Hill St., Ste. 180
La, Ca 90012

(For more on Hadley, see our original post here, and here on my friend Jennifer's blog- Ermie, and here at one of my new favorite blogs, Scout Holiday)

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Missing Greece

Yesterday was mine and Adam's 3rd year wedding anniversary, which got me dreaming about Greece again. We spent our honeymoon on the Aegean island of Santorini, which was beyond beautiful...I wish I was back there right now.

Monday, September 7, 2009

He's a Dream

And to continue in my recent youtube favorite dance scene from Flashdance, "He's a Dream"

click here for some interesting tidbits from wikipedia

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Watching: Grease 2

Loving Michelle Pfeiffer in Grease 2...definitely one of her better film moments.

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