Work Hard, Decorate Hard: Build Your Home Office

The key to a productive home-office environment? Keeping it professional, even if a homemade lunch is steps away. Ensure your chair is comfortable enough to sit in all day, but not too comfortable (i.e., stay away from recliners). And for the sake of your eyes, double up – both overhead and task lighting are musts. […]

Make Mine Yours: The Kosta Boda Collection You Need on Your Table

  Brunch platters. Home-office storage. Planters for spring buds. The options are endless with the must-use-everywhere Mine collection from Kosta Boda. With unexpected sweeping hues and the artist’s signature serpent featured on every piece, these striking glassworks are more like objets d’art. Start your glass collection at our Kosta Boda & Orrefors Boutique on Thursday, February […]

VIPs in the House: 3 Rug Designers to Know Now

Designer-obsessed? Us, too. But today we’re looking beyond that beloved handbag. From Jill Rosenwald‘s graphic, vibrant prints to Martha Stewart‘s more traditional looks, these luxe rugs will inspire an entire room with just one hand-tufted piece. Candice Olson The artist: Toronto-based interior designer and TV personality Her style: Soft colors in warm and cool hues […]

3 Easy, Yet Artful, Home Updates

Infusing something noticeably surprising into a room does not  require an absolute overhaul. In fact, simple changes can make the biggest impact. Here, a few tweaks to try.   Add drama to your windows Install rods just an inch or two above the window. Then, let those curtains drape low, creating a puddling effect on […]

So, What Does This Do? The Latest from Brookstone

Humidifier? Nope. Nail dryer? Think again. It’s a wireless speaker and dock by Brookstone. This gadget amplifies power just like a floor-to-ceiling sound system, but it’s only 20 inches high. That’s right. The next party you host? Inside or out (oh yeah – it’s weatherproof, too), simply dock your iPhone® and transmit music up to […]

Let’s Redecorate: Pair Neutrals with Color

Neutrals upon neutrals throughout the house can create a serene, made-to-kick-back space. But whether in the form of wall paint or accent pieces, a hint of color will add life to your neutral scheme. Here, three combinations to try.

Take a Seat: All About the Adirondack Chair

Admit it. When you picture the ideal summer day, this chair – plus a light beer, a book, and you in a swimsuit – is part of the scene. It was, after all, created in 1903 in the Adirondack Mountains, the epitome of summertime escapes. Since then, it’s become an American mainstay of alfresco R&R. […]

The White Sale = Updates for Every Room

Those home essentials you’ve been eyeing? Now’s the time. Scoop them up and give your abode a little revamp. Here are three ideas to get you inspired. In the Living Room or Outdoor Patio Grab multiple decorative pillows now and swap them throughout the year for a quick and easy changeup. In the Dining Room […]

Bring Casa Alegre to the Dinner Party: A Look Behind the Tabletop Brand

Alegre? It means “cheerful” in Portuguese. And we have to admit, this label lives up to its namesake. Glass antique-like candlesticks in yellow and mint. Personality-packed mugs. Earthenware place settings inspired by fresh dinners at home. Encouraging family-style dining with inviting colors and textures, this brand proves that setting the table doesn’t have to be a […]

Get the Look: Modern English Countryside

This Downton Abbey–esque aesthetic does not have to be stuffy. How? Start with a single pick that reflects the classic English look, like this Chesterfield chaise. Then, layer the old-world bench with simple, contemporary décor for a clean contrast to your statement piece. We presume you don’t have a staff of 12 to outfit your mansion. Get started […]

3 New-to-the-Scene Artists to Know Now

“Resolution: Revamp the Home” is in full swing. The quickest way to freshen up a room’s tired look? Swap out those decade-old Monet prints for a few sharp, striking pieces. Here are three up-and-coming visual artists – specializing in mediums from black ink to gouache paints – about to make it big time.

Make the Bed in Flannel: The Cozy Staple’s All Grown Up

The thought of flannel sheets might conjure memories of the princess-printed or Boy Scout–ready sets you had as a kid. But now? It’s all grown up. Rue Living Assistant Buyer Cara P. shares why our Egyptian cotton flannel is a bedtime staple for all ages: “It’s made my winter sleep experience feel more like indulgence than […]

3 Things Not to Do When Washing Sheets

Fact: Although there are few better feelings than buying new, collapse-into bedding, you shouldn’t have to replace your sheets every year. If you make a habit of washing them with care, the threads will stay strong without roughening or fraying for five to seven years. If not, well, that’s why we’re here. Do not wash sheets […]

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Jared Circosta

Lead Web Developer

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Alexandra Ryan

Styling Director

Ten years ago, I launched a personal shopping business. It was my gateway to styling, from editorial shoots to film sets and, finally, e-commerce. I’m a tomboy at heart, so naturally I have a soft spot for the perfect grey fitted sweatshirt and a great pair of flats.

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Amy Breckenridge

Style Blogger

By day, I’m an executive assistant at Rue. And by night, you’ll find me posting to my personal style blog, Cupcakes & Couture. I’m a lover of all things feminine and whimsical, I’m a collector of vintage designer handbags, and I’m constantly striving to achieve that effortless Parisian-chic look.

Andrea Missert

Anna Kuchinsky

Ashley Bell

Bari Schorr

Beauty Director

As a born-and-bred New Yorker, I’ve been immersed in style my whole life. I learned the trade at Bloomingdale’s, then moved on to Saks Fifth Avenue, Burberry, and Ralph Lauren. Now, after more than 20 years in luxury retail, I head up Rue’s constantly growing beauty and shoe department.

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Caroline Mauro

Senior Stylist

My first foray into styling was a stint in the wardrobe department on the show What Not to Wear. I often find inspiration in street style, with my personal look skewing on the sportswear and androgynous side. Head-to-toe black? I’m all about it. If you see me with a bright lip, be concerned.

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Elizabeth Burns

Fashion Editor

My career started in personal shopping, where I worked with a global set of well-heeled clients to furnish their wardrobes and homes. That led me to the world of fashion editorial, first at Lucky and now at Rue. I’m a storyteller at heart, whether it’s curating an icon’s style or capturing trends. Outside the office, you’ll find me wandering the halls of the Met.

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When it comes to my style aesthetic, I’m constantly inspired by things other than fashion (think old movies, the book I’m currently reading, and architecture). I dress for my mood, so it’s not unusual to see me in leather and Dr. Martens one day, and penny loafers and a cardigan the next.

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Jacy Pillitteri

Janet Lee

Jess Huckins

Jessica Smith

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Joanna Berliner


For nearly a decade, I’ve worked in e-commerce telling style stories. The ones that stand out most? They go deeper than just trends. Think the history behind a Turkish rug or the craft that goes into a pair of Italian boots. That said – you won’t find me taking my own personal style too seriously. If it surprises and delights me, I’ll wear it.

John Camilleri

Creative Director

With more than 20 years in the fashion industry, I’ve worked on everything from mass-market brands to high-end advertising agencies. My kind of men’s style is all about refined simplicity – easy, accessible, and not overthought. Right now, I’m super excited about the all-American look and the iconic labels and personalities that bring it to life.

Julia Ivins

Julianne Lowell

Kasey Rowe

Fashion Editor

I’ve spent the past few years translating street style, high fashion, and pop culture into shoppable experiences on Rue. At my core, I am a visual storyteller with a knack for finding low-ticket items that look expensive. In my free time, I obsess over all things home. My dream Saturday? Antiquing in the morning and trying a new recipe at night.

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Lauren Shimmel

Lauryn Paiva

Lindsay Lambert

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Liz Schneider

Loredana Buonopane

Fashion Director

I’ve been a fashion editor for fifteen years, freelancing for publications including WWD, Teen Vogue, W, Marie Claire, Glamour, and Lucky. My love for the business extends into styling, too. I especially love vintage shopping and going to flea markets. Fun fact: I once ran a vintage booth on the weekends just for fun.


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Matt Fischer

Michael DiLorenzo

Mimi the Cat

Guest Curator

Meet Mimi, our fluffiest new curator. Her style icon? Karl Lagerfeld’s kitty Choupette, of course. When she’s not keeping up on catwalk trends, you’ll find Mimi tackling her impressive grooming regimen.

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Natasha Iwanow

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Susie Kostaras

Managing Editor

For more than five years, I’ve bounced between content and e-commerce roles – and I’m most excited when combining the two. I have a passion for uncovering stories, from the humble roots of iconic labels to the ever-growing clean beauty movement. Not surprisingly, I’m a sucker for stylish coffee table books.

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