SLOW LOVE that I thought I would share one of my favorite sources: White+Warren. My "bathrobe" is a beautiful sweater that hangs below the knees; my sister got it at one of their sample sales. In fact, S A M P L E is stamped in enormous inky blue block letters on the back of the sweater, but I didn't realize that until I was out in the streets wearing it. (I've decided to go with the literary folksiness of the look.) My favorite part of the sweater is the ruffling down the front, and as you can tell, I often wear it over my pajamas. Entrepreneur Susan White is a Pelham Pal, part of our Train Circle (the friends who commuted into work on MetroNorth). She and my sister Nicole have long been close buds; she's also been a supportive reader of mine. When she saw the book cover picture, she volunteered to dress me for my tour--an expression I have not heard since Conde Nast days. Yowzers! A bag of sweaters arrived this morning, one more beautiful than the last. There's a new ruffled version that is light and lacy, so if I'm feeling bad about my arms (I haven't stressed about my neck yet but, thank you Nora Ephron, that's coming) I can wrap up in it, even if it is 80 degrees outside. White+Warren also has a terrific color palette; I'm going to buy this sweater in several colors and make it my uniform. California here I come! Thank you Susan, and thank you all for asking.