In June we had our very first bookclub here at Dean Street Society, reading "5th Avenue, 5 am" about the making of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" & the style of the 50's & 60's. We chatted back & forth in the Facebook group over discussion questions, then capped it off with viewings of the film round the world, whether a party of one in your cozy bed or here with us at Two Moon Cafe & Art House in Brooklyn.
I would like to take a moment to shout from the rooftops: I bought this dress in 1999! Yes. You read that right. It was an awkward too-long length so my friend Andrew chopped it off for me. Then I bought an exposed zipper at Joanne's Fabrics to freshen it up. I think it's the perfect testiment to one of the takeaways from the book: a little black dress is truly timeless!
Posing & proping with a few of our chic guests. Then it was time for bubbly, finger sandwiches, decadent treats & the film. If you're in NYC you simply must go by Two Moon Cafe! Such a charming space whether having breakfast with your laptop or a quiet drink with a girlfriend.