Entries in deborah needleman (3)

Wednesday
Nov092011

ms. needleman's perfectly imperfect home

There’s nothing better than picking up a magazine that you don’t normally purchase + finding something wonderful. In this case, it’s Deborah Needleman’s Hudson Valley home as published in the November issue of Martha Stewart Living. It’s no secret that I love Deborah: I nearly did cartwheels when I discovered that she’d been hired to spearhead WSJ’s Off Duty section (in my opinion, what she’s done thus far for the newspaper is nothing short of miraculous). But back to the story at hand, Deborah’s country maison seems like type of home that encourages one to take running leaps onto over-stuffed couches… It’s beautiful, but not stuffy. I imagine that this is what her newest book, The Perfectly Imperfect Home, is all about. Have any of you been lucky enough to get your hands on a copy? :) 

(photos by Annie Schlechter. scanned by moi) 

Saturday
Sep252010

wsj weekend



Today, the Wall Street Journal premiered their dynamic new Weekend Edition. I’m totally digging the “Off Duty” section—not surprising as it’s run by the women who formerly ran our beloved Domino. When you grab a latte tomorrow morning, be sure to pick up a copy at your local newsstand. It’s $2 well spent!   

(image scanned by yours truly)
Tuesday
Sep072010

did you hear the good news?!



Women’s Wear Daily reports that Deborah Needleman, the former Domino Editor-In-Chief and newly appointed editor of WSJ’s Saturday lifestyle section, has brought even more women from Domino to work with her in this new endeavor. This includes Ruth Altchek, Domino’s former editorial projects director and features editor, Sarah Ruffin Costello, the magazine’s former creative director, and Rita Konig! Deborah brought Lauren Goodman, Domino’s former fashion director, on board about a month ago. Is this not the most exciting news you’ve heard in years?! Even though it won’t be quite the same, I can’t wait to have my Domino team working together again. This collaboration is going to yield great things… I just know it! :)   

(image of Deborah Needleman courtesty of Daily Imprint)