At A Glance, October

What I find notable for the month.

Harrowstyle
Totême My eye loves a black and white or black and cream graphic.
I have a hard time using the word “enjoyed” when watching a compelling program about a single mother trying to give her daughter a stable life while dealing with current and past abuse. But, yes, I can recommend this Netflix series. Margaret Qualley gives a phenomenal performance. Andie McDowell, Qualley’s real life mother, plays her mother in the show. Bravo, to them both, as well as their capable cast mates, writers, editors and other production people who made a heart jerking and heart warming series.
World Market Apron I have been looking for another kind of apron that doesn’t require fussing with strings. I haven’t yet ordered this one, but the no nonsense of this one looks good.

Harrowstyle Ricotta Meatballs in Bright Tomato Sauce

Shun Kanso Asian Utility Knife I follow a chef on Tiktok who uses this knife to chop vegetables with precision.
Madewell Socks with loafers, sandals, Birkenstocks are all on trend. Adding glimmer socks gives a little more light to the look.
GAP I have featured Shackets before, this one is slightly longer; I like the proportions.