Peggy Shares Her Girlie Side

Our market editor Peggy Levinson shares her picks for getting in touch with your feminine side.


It’s a Girl thing
“It’s finally fall and football season, and while all you Cowboys fans are lounging in front of the tube, I’m getting in touch with my girlie side.”
— Market editor Peggy Levinson. Email Peggy at

Black and white dishes with scalloped edges look and feel very Victorian polite. Frances Palmer Pearl’s ceramic collection at Forty Five Ten, $25-$80 EACH.
Photography by Abel Sanchez.


Curvy lines and pretty colors transform a classic men’s club chair into something a woman can love. The Constance Chair by Jan Showers is available to the trade at David Sutherland Showroom, $10,833.
Courtesy of Jan Showers.
LEFT: A lightly tinted glow makes every woman look attractive. Hand-blown glass sconce by Tracy Glover at Casa di Lino, $400.
Courtesy of Casa di Lino.

RIGHT: Snuggle against the (occasionally) chilly air in a silk and cashmere throw in a golden hue. From Anichini, $900.
Photography by Edward Jordan.

LEFT: An early 19th century Chinese sewing table showcases all your bling, beautifully. At Newport Collection, $8,500.
Photography by Edward Jordan.

RIGHT: The Quest for the Black Rose is a breathtaking pictorial storybook about the centuries-old search for the deepest, darkest rose. At Mecox gardens, $125.
Photography by Edward Jordan.


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