Is your closet messy or neat? CC: Charming chaos? It doesn’t deserve a feature on Hoarders, but I’m not winning any awards for being tidy.
What’s your favorite room? CC: The Witchy Room (my office: crystals, herbs and potions oh my).
What do you collect? CC: Hermes scarves and haunted objects.
Dream dinner guest? CC: Tie between Maya Angelou and Tina Fey.
Sunday ritual? CC: Morning meditation followed by an intense cleansing ritual. Sea salt and quartz crystal bath for a moment of intention setting. Pretend to be Ina Garten and use the good stuff for a new recipe.
Favorite ﬂower? CC: Amnesia roses.
Cheat meal? CC: Chicken tenders, sweet tea and a pot brownie.
Do you have any rituals that you consider important to being your best self? CC: My life is all about rituals. From banishing habits, emotions and people that do not serve me for my best purpose, to thanking and asking the universe for a continual flow of abundance. The simple ritual of grounding and centering myself is something that I do throughout the day too.
Talent you’d like to have? CC: I’d love to learn how to speak French. And master Beef Bourguignon.
Quality you want to be remembered by? CC: Someone who had the most wonderful time living and made a few people smile along the way. Not forgetting the best ghost story-teller, fierce brunch companion and crystal hoarder.
Best thing about New York? CC: The energy! I love a few days of it, but then I have to retreat to calmer places.
What does Considered Luxury mean to you? CC: The notion that an object was created in complete conciseness is considered luxury to me. Energy and thoughtfulness of the item from start to finish, so that a purchase is enchanted with a narrative from its creator. The idea of really thinking about what people want, how to procure it around their life in a complementary way.