Artful Eye

Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

By Carol Troy

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

Celebrating her 20th anniversary with husband Bob, she gifted Laika Style with a book featuring her favorite man (other than Bob):


Guerrillero heroico, 1969, from Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography (Nazraeli Press in association with Santa Barbara Museum of Art, introduced by Delphine Sims).

Guerrillero heroico (Heroic Guerrilla Fighter), Alberto Korda, 1969


Artful Eye

Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

By Carol Troy

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

Celebrating her 20th anniversary with husband Bob, she gifted Laika Style with a book featuring her favorite man (other than Bob):


Guerrillero heroico, 1969, from Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography (Nazraeli Press in association with Santa Barbara Museum of Art, introduced by Delphine Sims).

Guerrillero heroico (Heroic Guerrilla Fighter), Alberto Korda, 1969


Artful Eye

Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

By Carol Troy

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

Celebrating her 20th anniversary with husband Bob, she gifted Laika Style with a book featuring her favorite man (other than Bob):


Guerrillero heroico, 1969, from Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography (Nazraeli Press in association with Santa Barbara Museum of Art, introduced by Delphine Sims).

Guerrillero heroico (Heroic Guerrilla Fighter), Alberto Korda, 1969


Artful Eye

Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

By Carol Troy

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

Celebrating her 20th anniversary with husband Bob, she gifted Laika Style with a book featuring her favorite man (other than Bob):


Guerrillero heroico, 1969, from Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography (Nazraeli Press in association with Santa Barbara Museum of Art, introduced by Delphine Sims).

Guerrillero heroico (Heroic Guerrilla Fighter), Alberto Korda, 1969


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Artful Eye

Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

By Carol Troy

Annie Bardach, our favorite New York Times and Vanity Fair writer from Santa Barbara, visited San Miguel de Allende in November.

Celebrating her 20th anniversary with husband Bob, she gifted Laika Style with a book featuring her favorite man (other than Bob):


Guerrillero heroico, 1969, from Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography (Nazraeli Press in association with Santa Barbara Museum of Art, introduced by Delphine Sims).

Guerrillero heroico (Heroic Guerrilla Fighter), Alberto Korda, 1969


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