When you walk in the shoes of a tourist, you can experience the city in a whole new way
Every winter, visitors flock to New York City—for the snow, the Rockefeller Center tree or the glittery windows on Fifth Avenue. But it seems people who actually call the city home only further absorb its insane rhythms and demands instead of enjoying the season. So this year, if you, New ... More
With a newly appointed CEO for North America, French jewelry house Mauboussin is making big moves in the U.S.
A veteran of Cartier, Chopard and Christofle, Thierry Chaunu was recently appointed CEO for North America by Mauboussin, bringing his nearly 30 years of experience to the French brand with one goal in mind: to reintroduce it to Americans. The charge for stateside sales started back in 2008, ... More
The car maker reinvents the wheel with a new Jeff Koons-designed Art Car, presented at Art Basel Miami Beach
There are cars and then there are art cars. Since 1979, BMW has been celebrating artists with their Art Car collection, first introduced by the French race car driver Hervé Poulain, who wanted to invite an artist to create a canvas on an automobile. Poulain commissioned the first car in ... More
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Hotel Granduca 1080 Uptown Park Boulevard granducahouston.com For ... More
Menswear label Robert Graham comes home to NYC with a new West Village flagship
The lucky few store owners who’ve scored space along Bleecker street’s stylish blocks know that the West Village is prime real estate. For Robert Stock, Founder and Chief Creative Officer of menswear label Robert Graham, it all came together some 40 years after he first set foot into a neighborhood that’s ... More
Zurich gallery Galerie Gmurzynska celebrates the collages of the Pritzker Prize-winning architect at Art Basel Miami Beach
Amongst the modern and contemporary masterpieces from Yves Klein and Pablo Picasso on view at Swiss Galerie Gmurzynska, the "Richard Meier: 50 Years of Collage" exhibit opened December 4th for a four-day run in Miami.
In addition to presenting selected collages and sculpture, the gallery commissioned Meier to design ... More
The Plaza welcomes the holidays with their Annual Tree Lighting and Afternoon Tea
On December 2nd, New Yorkers got that warm and fuzzy festive feeling at The Plaza’s Annual Tree Lighting and Afternoon Tea. Tiny fans of Eloise and Santa alike came out in their holiday best to kick off the month-long Christmas celebrations in the iconic century-old hotel.
Guests were the first ... More
Benetton kicks off Basel with Trey Speegle and a paint-by-numbers affair at the brand's South Beach boutique
When it comes to throwing a Basel bash, United Colors of Benetton believes the early bird gets the worm.
On December 2, before the week’s flood of fairs even began, the brand hosted the interactive soiree With You at its South Beach store.
Stationed at an easel all evening, Trey Speegle drew ... More