we had a jewelry crush on Caroline Ventura of BRVTVS (pronounced “Brutus” and named for the unfaithful friend of Julius Caesar) well before we actually met her. now that we’ve teamed up with her for the launch of our fine-jewelry collection, we thought it was high time we invited ourselves over…
What Your Favorite Flower Says About You
I like it when somebody gets excited about something. It’s nice.
— J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye (via larmoyante)
Audrey Hepburn at The Ritz, Paris, 1964
James Dean photographed by Dennis Stock, NYC, 1955.
What’s up with “e.g.” and “i.e.”?
There are four important points to clear up regarding e.g. and i.e.:
- They are not the same thing, nor can they be used interchangeably.
- You should never add “etc.” after either one.
- They don’t need to be italicized.
- You should put a comma after e.g. and i.e.
In case you’re wondering, e.g. is short for exempli gratia; i.e. is short for id est. They’re both from Latin.
A moment of silence for the poor students who were in Harry’s year and only wanted a normal Hogwarts education.