A Card for All Seasons

Plus the Lee Bros. new Southern cookbook and the Only Hearts pop-up party

By Elizabeth Bougerol
|  Wednesday, Jan 20, 2010  |  Updated 4:47 PM EDT
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A Card for All Seasons

Crane & Co.

Kate Spade's all-occasion card set.

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ORGANIZED: You could follow through on that plan to have greeting cards on hand for every occasion at all times, alphabetized just like Martha Stewart. Or you could pick up this all-occasion card set by Kate Spade for Crane & Co., which has every possible sentiment stylishly covered (with 3 each of 5 designs) and tucks away in its neat brown box. $35 at Joon, 795 Lexington Avenue; 212-935-1007.

COUNTRY TIME: South Carolina-bred brothers/journalists Matt and Ted Lee have updated the recipes of their childhood – fried this, pickled that – with a lighter, healthier touch and an eye to farm-fresh ingredients in their new cookbook “The Lee Bros. Simple Fresh Southern: Knockout Dishes with Down-Home Flavor” (Clarkson Potter, $35), out this week. The pair will be on hand to sign your copy at the 86th Street (at Lexington Avenue) Barnes & Noble at 7PM.

WE HEART: Get yourself to the L.E.S. tonight for the launch party of designer Helena Stuart’s Only Hearts pop-up, a two-month shopping extravaganza at the boutique’s Mott Street HQ. The merchandise? A “treasure trove of unworn, limited-edition vintage lingerie and ready-to-wear from the Only Hearts design archives of the late ’70s, ’80s and early ’90s”. Yes, please. 230 Mott Street; 212-431-3694.

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