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Annie Caminiti

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  • 24 Hours With Chef Gabriel Kreuther

    24 Hours With Chef Gabriel Kreuther

    Spend a day with this master chef who recently took over as the Culinary Director at the Baccarat Hotel

    Before bringing his culinary mastery to the states, Chef Gabriel Kreuther got his start at Michelin-starred kitchens throughout Germany, France and Switzerland. His next stops included La Caravelle and Jean-Georges Central Park in New York before moving on to an Executive Chef  role at the much lauded Atelier in the ... More

  • Our Favorite Cold Weather Wedding Dresses

    Our Favorite Cold Weather Wedding Dresses

    Get inspired by these stunning bridal ensembles to keep you warm for fall and winter ceremonies

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  • 5 Stunning Lobbies Around The World

    5 Stunning Lobbies Around The World

    From Istanbul to London, visit the most picturesque hotel entrances that embody pure luxury

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  • Our Top Cosmic Crush Accessories

    Our Top Cosmic Crush Accessories

    Shop our favorite astrology-inspired jewelry, handbags and shoes for a celestial style

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  • 7 Treatments Worth Traveling For

    7 Treatments Worth Traveling For

    Discover these exclusive spa experiences waiting for you all around the world

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  • Here’s Your Pre-Wedding Beauty Guide

    Here’s Your Pre-Wedding Beauty Guide

    Explore beauty tips from The Red Door Spa and Salon to look and feel your best on your big day

    Achieving the desirable glow that every bride deserves for her big day requires proper preparation that goes far beyond applying a sheet mask a day before the wedding. The experts at The Red Door Salon and Spa are here to assist with mapping out your entire beauty ... More

  • What is The Mezcal Movement?

    What is The Mezcal Movement?

    Get a taste of the differences between mezcal and tequila from El Silencio Mezcal brand ambassadors

    Move over tequila, there’s a different agave-based distillate gaining traction in the world of spirits. No, mezcal isn’t new. And whatever you do, do not make the formidable mistake of referring to this smoky and mysterious liquid as a tequila. If this anti-tequila isn't new, why is mezcal having its ... More

  • 11 Mules For Every Occasion

    11 Mules For Every Occasion

    These slip-on shoes are comfortable and versatile enough for all of your outings

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  • Spicing Things Up With Ruinart

    Spicing Things Up With Ruinart

    Food expert Lior Lev Sercarz created a spice to complement the acclaimed Ruinart Rosé champagne

    Sometimes it feels as though rosé was invented by millennials at a chic rooftop bar, but in actuality, the first rosé was introduced by champagne’s oldest house Ruinart in 1764 and was simply named, Ruinart Rosé. Now, Ruinart winemaker Frédéric Panaïotis and renowned spice expert Lior Lev Sercarz ... More

  • Top 10 Black Diamond Engagement Rings

    Top 10 Black Diamond Engagement Rings

    Embrace your mysterious side with mystical jewels that are the dark magic every edgy bride needs

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