Coffee Talk for 20 January – Trending – The Hamptons, Stella McCartney, Maggie May Swimwear

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Happy National Cheese Lover’s Day! This is one day we will be celebrating. Granted, this just gives us an excuse to indulge a little more in our favorite cheeses. There are so many…

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Before we get too off course, let’s pull back, as it’s still coffee time. Here’s what we have been chatting about over our morning brew.

Ellen Pompeo of Grey’s Anatomy and her music producer husband Chris Ivery list their Sag Harbour, New York, home for $3.795 million. This Hamptons home includes four beds and four baths and is about 2,400 square-feet.


Stella McCartney has ventured into men’s swimwear! The designer spoke to WWD about this new addition to her fashion brand.

“It’s a fantastic opportunity to broaden the men’s collection. I wanted to explore an area of a man’s wardrobe that is important and is perhaps slightly under-designed at times. And I wanted to bring the personality of the man into swimwear, so the relationship of the man and the woman on the beach has consistency.”

The collection is currently available for pre-order.

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Maggie May Swimwear has opened a pop-up shop in New York City.

“I’m excited to open my new location at Artist & Fleas, just in time for the cruiswear season,” Magdalena Trever, the founder and designer, shared.

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“It may be cold and windy in the city,” Trever continued, “but my buyer is thinking sunshine and sand!”

Maggie May Swimwear offers hand-knitted designs, created in limited numbers. Artist & Fleas is open from 11:00 to 20:00 and is located at 568 Broadway, in SoHo, Manhattan.


Kate Moss celebrated her 44th birthday on Tuesday. And, this British model continues to work. On Friday, she was spotted on the Louis Vuitton catwalk for Kim Jones‘ last show for the brand.

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Moschino has released their spring-summer 2018 campaign, and it features Naomi Campbell, Liya Kebede, Adut Akech Bior, Yasmin Wijnaldum and Aube Jolicoeur. The campaign was captured by Steven Meisel with styling by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele, hair by Guido Palau and makeup by Pat McGrath. We can always count on Jeremy Scott, creative director of Moschino, for producing looks that are fun and unexpected, and we love him for that.

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Photo: moschino


Until next time…