Monthly Archives: September 2021

  1. Artist in Residence: Sabina Forbes

    Custom piece by Sabina Forbes for J.McLaughlin.

    Sabina Forbes is an artist from Somerset County, New Jersey whose works are “a celebration of colors and textures.” She builds patterns within shapes within figures and evokes “a warm, uplifting and passionate celebration of color, expression and release.” Forbes is described as always having had “a great sensitivity to the human condition, particularly its energy which she observes as it alters moods and states.”

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  2. Why I'm Wearing Pink: Elin Hilderbrand

    Author Elin Hilderbrand wearing the Jamey Sweater and Lexi Jean photographed in front of our Nantucket store by Emily Elisabeth Photography

    This October, as we observe Breast Cancer Awareness month—we’re so moved to have had the chance to sit down with New York Times bestselling author and breast cancer survivor, Elin Hilderbrand. 

     

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  3. About Last Night: Artist in Residence Holland Cunningham

    Holland is wearing the Liberty Dress and Ashlyn Shoes.

    Last evening, at our Madison Avenue store, we celebrated the launch of our first ever  artist in residence, Holland Cunningham. Holland’s original works of art are installed in our Madison Avenue store for the next month, and available for purchase.

     

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  4. Artist in Residence: Holland Cunningham

    We will be featuring American artist Holland Cunningham at our Madison Avenue store from September 23rd to October 31st. Join us in celebrating her original works. 

     

    “In essence I intend to create a new story formed from the lives of others” says Cunningham.

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  5. Of the Moment: Jeanne Jaeckle

    Jeanne in our September Style Guide wearing the Rudd sweater, Gemma scarf, and Chiara sunglasses.

    Of all the many highlights of our September Style Guide, we loved spending the day with our dear friend Jeanne Jaeckle. We first met Jeanne and her family more than 20 years ago when we opened our Morristown store next door to F. Gerald New, the Jaeckles’ fine jewelry, home, and gift boutique. 

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  6. In A New York State of Mind

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  7. Introducing the September Collection

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  8. Of the Moment: Christopher Spitzmiller

    Street Style: Christopher Spitzmiller in downtown NYC wearing the Harry reversible vest and Carnegie shirt as seen in our September 2021 Style Guide

     Christopher Spitzmiller.

    Ceramicist. #PottertothePresidents (he’s crafted four lamps for presidential administrations). Author. Entertainer. Weekend Farmer. New Yorker.

     

    “I’m so happy to see more and more people on the streets and in restaurants every week. New York City is an endless fountain of inspiration and connection to feel artists and clients. There’s nothing like September in the city!”, says Spitzmiller.


    In his latest endeavor, the coffee table treasure, A Year at Clove Brook Farm, author Spitzmiller takes readers on an escape to his magical, Millbrook New York country retreat, Clove Brook Farm.

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  9. 11 Questions: Mary Ellen Coyne, CEO

    At J.McLaughlin, we’re constantly inspired by the people we work with, so, we decided to give you a closer look at who we are. Welcome to 11 Questions—our new employee spotlight that runs the gamut of "getting to know us”— from career advice to morning routines.

    First up, our leader that is always on the go (with a big glass of lemon water in hand).  From store design meetings to social media brainstorming, our CEO, Mary Ellen Coyne plays a huge part in all of the elements of J.McLaughlin. Read more, below (we encourage you to drink a glass of lemon water simultaneously). 

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