zsa zsa says

Zsa Zsa is actually Rachelle: web designer, photographer, and all around "creative" living and working in NYC.

Design & Wine

  1. Greetings from your friendly neighbourhood Rischelle. #howdoyouspellrachelle  (at Anthropologie)

    Greetings from your friendly neighbourhood Rischelle. #howdoyouspellrachelle (at Anthropologie)

  2. Dog Abby is not impressed. @peterstjean

  3. "Nick’s in jeans? What the hell are Nixon Jeans? They sound really cool."
    Schmidt, New Girl
    • Everyone’s already posted their what would i say statuses today, but somehow my powerhouse combo of ancient macbook and 15-versions-behind firefox managed to mix my statuses with Princeton’s? Pretty sure I win the internet.

Also, RachelleBot thinks Bonnie is pretty fun but slightly forgetful.
    • Everyone’s already posted their what would i say statuses today, but somehow my powerhouse combo of ancient macbook and 15-versions-behind firefox managed to mix my statuses with Princeton’s? Pretty sure I win the internet.

Also, RachelleBot thinks Bonnie is pretty fun but slightly forgetful.
    • Everyone’s already posted their what would i say statuses today, but somehow my powerhouse combo of ancient macbook and 15-versions-behind firefox managed to mix my statuses with Princeton’s? Pretty sure I win the internet.

Also, RachelleBot thinks Bonnie is pretty fun but slightly forgetful.

    Everyone’s already posted their what would i say statuses today, but somehow my powerhouse combo of ancient macbook and 15-versions-behind firefox managed to mix my statuses with Princeton’s? Pretty sure I win the internet.

    Also, RachelleBot thinks Bonnie is pretty fun but slightly forgetful.

  4. Even worse, Wikipedia.

    Even worse, Wikipedia.

  5. No; not helpful, Google.

    No; not helpful, Google.

    • myfonts:

Fonts by Stereotypes. 

Really lovely fonts from Stereotypes, including the quite overlooked St. Marie Black. Since St. Marie Thin is available for free, most people just ignore the other 7 beautiful weights.
    • myfonts:

Fonts by Stereotypes. 

Really lovely fonts from Stereotypes, including the quite overlooked St. Marie Black. Since St. Marie Thin is available for free, most people just ignore the other 7 beautiful weights.
    • myfonts:

Fonts by Stereotypes. 

Really lovely fonts from Stereotypes, including the quite overlooked St. Marie Black. Since St. Marie Thin is available for free, most people just ignore the other 7 beautiful weights.

    myfonts:

    Fonts by Stereotypes

    Really lovely fonts from Stereotypes, including the quite overlooked St. Marie Black. Since St. Marie Thin is available for free, most people just ignore the other 7 beautiful weights.

  6. Right, see, but, I have a free coffee carrier it’s called MY TWO HANDS.

    Right, see, but, I have a free coffee carrier it’s called MY TWO HANDS.

  7. "One night I ended up in Midtown at Lincoln Center. I stood for a long time in front of the Metropolitan Opera House, watching the luminous dance of the fountain at its entrance. I got a ticket, last minute, to an opera just about to begin. The lights dimmed and the crystal chandeliers made their silent retreat into the ceiling. I found myself shedding a few tears as the overture started. Did I wish there were someone with me? Perhaps. So I wasn’t shy about sharing my joy with others at intermission."

    Subway Lifer by Bill Hayes for VQR

    This part of Hayes’ piece reminds me of my three days in London three years ago - I bought a ticket to Idomeneo (though I had no idea what Idomeneo was about, or even that it was composed by Mozart) and put on a new silk dress I had bought at Debenham’s in Oxford and sat alone in the upper tier. At intermission I wandered around the opera house with a goofy smile on my face, knowing how out-of-place I looked, 22 with the appearance of being 16, American, and alone at the opera in Central London. I felt decadent. Well-traveled. At home amongst the suited elite and crystal chandeliers. Having recently fallen in love for the first time, I cried when Ilia offered her life instead of her lover’s. But I wasn’t afraid of being alone there, in that moment. I was in love with the city.