You know those designers who have just got your number? The ones for whose lookbooks you would sell your soul? For me right now, and countless other women, it’s Emerson Fry.
They just released their spring line this past week, and the looks are so clean and crisp. They have a store in New York, but their online shop has a great selection and tons of photos of each piece. Find them at www.emersonfry.com. I have my eye on the black silk shirt dress and the orange and white leather wedges.
The calendar app that comes default with iPhones leaves a lot to be desired, and there have been a lot of attempts at the perfect calendar app. My new favorite is Sunrise, an app created by designers at FourSquare, because it combines complete integration with beautiful user interface.
Sunrise is free in the App Store, and it connects your Google Calendars, Facebook invitations and even LinkedIn to create a one-stop shop for all the things you need to get done.
You can map your destination, text a reminder to a friend, see birthday reminders and more inside this one app.
My only complaint is that it doesn’t import any events you have from your Apple calendar, but that’s about it.
If you have kids and are looking for something educational, local and almost free, check out the Morris Museum of Art’s event this Thursday, March 7. From 10 to 11 a.m., children and adults alike can learn about folk art and create a snake sculpture using surprising objects. Admission is free for museum members and parents, and only $4 for nonmembers.
Check out more of what The Morris has going on this spring by visiting its Web site, www.themorris.org.