Cate Fitt remembers her mother as a young woman — a true original who found her own way.
Some things, no matter how much we wish for them, will never be real, while others, although real, will never be ours.
The ultimate armchair travel adventure: trekking with Patrick Leigh Fermor through a vanished Europe.
The March hare is back again, bringing along sporting suspense, signs of spring, and the fleeting sense of perfection.
A long journey, full of obstacles and adventures, has given us several thousand years of inspiration.
Nothing celebrates the honor of the High Office quite like a rice straw portrait or set of nesting dolls.
From a rich legacy of helpful canines comes your favorite furry companion.
Cate Fitt once came home to paper hearts strewn about the house. She left them on the floor for years, only picking them up to sweep.
The only evidence of our passing is the faint sound of our paddles splashing in rhythm.
Instead of aiming for the impossible, celebrate the New Year with the things you really love but don’t do enough.
A little luck leads to a worthy gift list of luxe.
Shopping thoughtfully for friends and family means more bang for your buck.
There’s no need to feel confined by stereotypes when shopping for men; give guys some credit with wood carved birds and modern quilts.
Immerse yourself in the movies, tweeds, and Deerhounds of a land that embraces its feisty beauty.
Cate finds gifts for all her whale-book-reading, paradox-loving, pink-shoe-stomping kindred spirits.