Saxon Henry writes:
“When The Antiques Diva™ tells you that she will have you shopping until you drop, you had better believe her! Accessories goddess Patty Otis Abel and I spent a day in Paris with the daring Toma Clark Haines, the Diva herself, and were just about to the point of crying uncle when she breezed us right into The Ritz and straight into the Bar Hemingway! After one of head barman Colin Field’s French 75 cocktails, which he claims are the perfect balm for soothing fretful feet after a day of shopping or sightseeing, we were nearly as good as new…. “ Continue Reading…
Until Next Time,
The Antiques Diva™
(seen right in Paris with Saxon Henri & Patti Otis Abel)
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Saxon Henry has written for a variety of national publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Interior Design, Robb Report, Traditional Home, Home Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens, Woman’s Day, Country Home, the Home & Design section of The Miami Herald and Coastal Living.
She is a regular contributor to Delta Sky Magazine, Latitudes Magazine, Sandow Media’s Luxe magazines, and Modernism. Henry is also a contributing editor to Modern Luxury’s MIAMI and Manhattan magazines and Interiors Magazine. Her European/Asian credits include Elle Décor (India), Residence Magazine (The Netherlands), Casamica (Italy), Style: Living (Singapore) and Architectural Digest in Austria and Germany.
Henry’s second book, Four Florida Moderns, was released by W.W. Norton & Co. in February 2010, and her blog, Roaming by Design, brings travel-related design subjects from around the world home. The journalist/author is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.