We recently dropped by Shira Suveyke's (oh, you know, the global buyer behind THEOUTNET.COM) sick pad to meet the girl partly responsible for our online shopping addiction. Suveyke's home is located in the heart of N.Y.C., and boasts a pretty great view opposite the Gansevoort. (Let’s say it altogether now: “The Kardashians are here!”)
We couldn't be more awed by the girl's natural beauty, which was enhanced ever so slightly by the talented, Joe Hubrich (Erika Bearman and Stephanie Winston Wolkoff also swears by him, so you know he's legit!). We had to get the inside scoop on how to steal her signature glow: "Beauty products are the simple approach to refreshing your seasonal look," she told us. "[I use] Armani foundation for a natural, dewy look, By Terry Blush in Beach Bomb to keep me looking awake through all my travels and Oribe Après Breach Shine spray to keep my blowout looking fresh.”
We were floored by Suveyke's assortment in her wardrobe. Plus, we love the girl's ability to rotate out-of-season pieces to make them still feel fresh and exciting. It’s what we at The Coveteur HQ like to call, “shopping in your own closet.”
"My most special pieces are those from my grandmother," Suveyke said. "[She was] a woman who always exuded style. When I wear her jewelry I hope to channel just a fraction of her elegance."
And Suveyke has a serious eye for elegance when it comes to her décor, too. She takes the classic mixing old with new thing to a whole other level by combining antiques found online – we were particularly fond of her vert-de-gris bench she had reupholstered; pro-trick! – with pieces from John Derian in the East Village or ABC Home in Flat Iron District. Did you see her collection of vintage Vogue covers? It all started with an inspiration trip to the Met exhibit.