Wendy King Philips

“In imagining and creating our collection, I look to fashion, architecture and global culture for inspiration. I’m always striving for elegance in the home AND the closet.”

Wendy King Philips

Wendy King Philips

Creative Director, Interlude Home Trendspotter, Businesswoman, Explorer. Foodie. Step-Mom. Wife.

  1. We were recently in Madrid for a dear friend's birthday celebration and made it our priority to see the Lucien Freud exhibit at the Theyssen. It was extraordinary. If you happen to be taking a jaunt to this fabulous city, definitely get tickets.

  2. We had a dinner party the other night and I wanted to do something a little different. My dear friend asked for an assignment, so I gave her one. Instead of just bringing baguettes or a loaf of sourdough,

  3. If you're looking for a pair of sneakers that are both super stylish, versatile and won't break the bank, the New Balance 327's are for you. Available in a variety of color palettes, they hit the mark with both jeans and dresses. The only catch is how fast each drop sells out. Happy hunting.

  4. Thanks to Gabriela Hearst I found my all-time favorite tote and trust me, there's a lot of competition. The Chloe Mony Tote ticks off all the boxes: perfect colors, two handles for easy access, holds my laptop & iPad when I travel and has an inside pocket for keys and my ever-present lip gloss. The whipstitching detail is the perfection… a little cowboy, a little rock-n-roll. Flawless.

  5. I'm lazy when it comes to applying make-up (also changing bags & jewelry), but Westman Atelier, created by the one and only, Gucci Westman, is stellar. Not only does she make the process super easy, but just holding the sleek, sophisticated products elevates the experience. And, it's all clean beauty with no parabens, sulfates, or other poisonous ingredients. Win, win.

  6. During the holiday season, I always think of those who have lost someone important in their lives. Whether it was last week or many years ago, that gaping hole will feel deeper during the holidays. It just does.

    One of my best friend's recommended Anderson Cooper's new podcast, "ALL THERE IS" on loss and grief, which was already on my list, but her endorsement catapulted it to the top. It's exceptional; raw, real and heartwarming all at once. Listening to it is like being wrapped in a virtual grieving blanket, the warmth is palpable and there are moments of laughter along the way.

    One often feels alone in their pain, this makes it emphatically clear we are not.

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