Body Movin’

After a few nail-biting months of dealing with hackers, we are finally up and running again – damn you hackers!! And I can, at long last and with a sigh of great relief, share the news from my friends at… READ MORE

March 2, 2017 / 1 Comment
Elle Fanning (actress)

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There’s a famous scene on The Mary Tyler Moore Show when Mary asks her boss why her predecessor got paid $50 per week more than she did. And he replies: “Because he’s a man.” Mary goes on to ask him if… READ MORE

January 27, 2017 / 2 Comments

State of the Move: Dos and Don’ts

It’s been almost a year since I moved to Los Angeles. My decision to relocate was primarily motivated by a dwindling faith in New York’s bright and shining sparkle and a desire to live a little “less”. I was only… READ MORE

January 11, 2017 / 4 Comments

When Everyone is a Capricorn

December is a hefty month for the Joos family. At least it used to be, when my sister and I still lived with our parents in Belgium. On December 6th we would celebrate St. Nicks, Europe’s slightly archaic ancestor of Santa Claus…. READ MORE

December 13, 2016

The Talented Mr. Kovi

He wanted to be a professional soccer player in Spain, and for a moment there, in his teens, when he played in Belgium and Germany, that dream seemed to become a reality. But things didn’t pan out that way for Kovi… READ MORE

November 23, 2016 / 1 Comment

Boy Meets Girl Meets Boy

STYLE SWAP: TWO LA GIRLS TRADE WARDROBES What happens when people stop wearing their own clothes, and start wearing someone else’s… Read the complete interview with Langley Fox and Natalie Joos on bazaar.com : – )

October 25, 2016 / 5 Comments

Wear The Change

My train to Paris leaves in forty five minutes. “I think we can do one more look each!!!” I yell to Melissa who’s knee deep in vintage jackets in the basement. “Okay!!” she panics when I sprint down the steps to assess the… READ MORE

September 1, 2016 / 9 Comments

Mark Twain Can’t Be Wrong

It wasn’t hard to find Bermudian talent. One lives right on my doorstep in Los Angeles in fact. Her name is Catherine Quin, a 32-year old English girl I met in the wee hours of the night at a party… READ MORE

August 24, 2016 / 11 Comments

The Truth about the Bermuda Triangle

No mystery here: the Bermuda Triangle doesn’t exist. It’s all legend, without so much as a smidgen of historic or accurate evidence. Most documents related to the reported disappearances are made up or heavily embellished for dramatic flare. Rest assured,… READ MORE

August 17, 2016 / 2 Comments

The Art and Soul of Las Vegas

It was a 108 degrees in downtown Las Vegas. There were no shady palm trees to hide under, no forged oases to offer refuge, no fountains or waterfalls to suggest salvation. This was just concrete, and it was hot, faded… READ MORE

June 15, 2016 / 6 Comments

Cliché Crochet

Did the journey start with the dress, or with the bus? Whatever the motivation, cream-colored crochet seemed like the only appropriate theme for last weekend’s SoCal expedition. We drove South to San Onofre Surf Beach with clear instructions to bring… READ MORE

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