Thursday, September 15, 2011

Red Bike Days

While in NY for one week, I had the good fortune of eating at:
odeon 3x
cercle rouge 2x
That's right, for one week, I barely left the neighborhood. With the exception of maybe Cafe  Cluny, these are all in a one mile radius of Steven Alan showroom where I'd spend my days, and KK and Michael's apartment where I'd spend my nights.
Yesterday, I had my last lunch before heading back to LA this am, with Simone at Smith & Mills and upon leaving, I was introduced to her newest mode of transportation.

How gorgeous is this ride?
She's pretty cute, too in her Tucker dress, fancied up with a colorful belt. 
Simone got her bike at the independent bike shop Adeline Adeline and she has put the shop owner Julie and me in touch to perhaps do a bike bag collabo. One day when we have the time, we'll get to that. 
Look at that classy Brooks seat. 
Simone, being the floral designer for Babbo, will often be seen around town with a basket full of these. 
Add a little nicely aged Tropezienne tote and this makes me want to live in a city where we ride bikes more often. :)


Julie said...

I'm so in love with this bike! Cannot wait to see what kind of bike bag you come up with.

anglopologie said...

such a perfect bike! but I am overly excited at the idea of a CV bike bag!

Alex said...

That's a beautiful Pashley! I saw their booth at Interbike yesterday. Very British, perfect for a tweed ride!

Heather Taylor said...

soooo gorgeous. simone and the bike. inspiring

Natalie (NJ in L.A.) said...

What a beautiful bike.

jicky said...

cette robe bleue est ma-gni-fique...

Spiritt said...

Such a beautiful bike, styled so beautifully with those red flowers


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