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Her Favorite Things
As the busy working mother of a toddler, Ariane Goldman has honed a style that’s fast and effortless. The designer’s wardrobe and home are anchored by simple silhouettes, versatile neutrals, and no-fuss fabrics. The same is true of her two fashion lines: Hatch Collection, an online womenswear shop featuring artfully draped pieces that expectant moms can wear during pregnancy and long after the baby is born; and her Twobirds Bridesmaid wrap dresses. “I want to be able to throw on a piece, accessorize a bit, and be out the door in 20 minutes,” she says. “And I want that for my customers, too.”
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Seagate handmade dinnerware plates and cereal bowl. “They feel warm and homey.”
In Blue, from $15 each, canvashomestore.com
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Her Hatch Collection drawstring pants can be dressed down with a T-shirt or up with a blazer.
In Sea Blue, $208, hatchcollection.com
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She dabs Face Stockholm highlighter, in Destiny, at the corners of her eyelids. “The gold gives my face a glow that sleep deprivation doesn’t!”
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Le Labo Rose 31 shower gel. “Its aroma is transporting.”
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Goldman likes the juxtaposition of coral red and pink, as in this arrangement of poppies and sweetpeas.
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Mode of Travel
A Linus Dutchi 1 bike with leather accents. “It’s such a beautiful way to see the city.”
In Cream, $485, linusbike.com
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Lillet. Goldman serves this refreshing aperitif wine on ice, garnished with a slice of orange.
$19 for 750 ml, astorwines.com
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John Robshaw napkins.
In Clementine, Varna, and Olive, $45 for 4, johnrobshaw.com
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Robert Clergerie Posta platforms. ”They make you feel like you’re walking on air.”