Originally from Los Angeles, Angie attended college in Eugene, Oregon, before moving to New York City to pursue a career in book publishing and has been here ever since. She’s worked in the publicity department of Vintage & Anchor Books at Penguin Random House for five years, where she has had the opportunity to work with many of her favorite authors, including Cheryl Strayed, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Hanya Yanagihara, Patti Smith, Kate Christensen, Rufi Thorpe, Candice Millard, Stephanie Danler, Tao Lin, and Samantha Irby.
STREETSTYLE DETAILS: Top, Suzanne Rae ; Jeans, Madewell ; Shoes, No. 6 ; Bag, Staud ; Jacket, Caron Callahan ; Earrings, Sophie Buhai ; Bracelet, Roxanne Assoulin
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✓ The Narrows for a drink on the weekend. Now that it's getting warmer I can't wait to spend time in their back patio.
✓ The veggie burger and rosemary shallot fries at Tutu's is my go-to meal when I'm too tired/lazy to cook at home after work.
✓ Cafe Ghia for brunch. There is no better place. I usually order the Mofongo or the Baked Eggs.
✓ Metrograph on the Lower East Side for rare movie screenings. I recently saw the film version of Play It As It Lays, with Tuesday Weld and Anthony Perkins there, which was very special. The Commissary upstairs is amazing too. I'm obsessed with their kale caesar salad with anchovies.
✓ Georgia O'Keeffe at the Brooklyn Museum - I know everyone is talking about this exhibition, but it really is as special as they say.
✓ Oroboro Store in Williamsburg for the best window shopping.
✓ Lucali in Carroll Gardens for the most special dining experience and the best pizza in BK.
✓ The Russian Samovar in Midtown for martinis and latkes after work.