Firefly Music Festival will offer attendees the most glamorous and Instagram-worthy options this year
The spirit of a festival can be truly transformative for people attending. From an eclectic and free-spirited vibe to a stylish and Instagram-worthy atmosphere; every music festival has their own individual identity. But, at the end of the day, if you're a veteran festival goer like myself, you've experienced ... More
Go inside the magnificent gem that lies in the heart of Lower Manhattan
Upon entering the dark and oaky lobby of The Beekman hotel, one immediately senses the richness of its history, like tracing the patina of an antique map. The landmarked Queen Anne–style building, designed by renowned architect James M. Farnsworth, first rose skyward 135 years ago as the ... More
See what makes the City of Angels the perfect destination for the next Frieze Art Fair
“In Los Angeles, you can have it all – sunshine, space, and art too,” says rising LA gallerist Anat Ebgi, one of the few exhibitors chosen to participate in the inaugural edition of Frieze Los Angeles art fair. Open to invited guests only on February 14, and to the public ... More
This piece by René Lalique is part of Jewelry: The Body Transformed, an exhibit on view at The Met
Imagine descending a grand staircase in this glistening Art Nouveau collar, with its opals, amethysts, gold nudes, and plique-à-jour enamel ornaments. Two women presumably had the privilege. The first was the second wife of jewelry creator René Lalique (1860–1945). The other was Lillian Nassau, once dubbed the doyenne of New ... More
At 20, the Crow Museum of Asian Art has grown bigger and better
Formerly called the Crow Collection of Asian Art, the downtown gallery has completed an expansion and renovation that added a studio workshop, a cozy street-side terrace, improved visitor access, and a new space for its award-winning boutique of Asian goods.
The anniversary celebration welcomes Clouds and Chaos by ... More
NYC design firm STONEFOX inked a deal with the Aspen Art Museum to help visualize the institution’s future
The Aspen Art Museum has launched a new partnership with longtime collaborators Chris Stone and David Fox, founders of renowned New York–based architecture and design firm STONEFOX. The dynamic duo, who have been supporting the AAM for more than a decade by consulting on event design and ... More
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Palm Beach Power Players
Multitasking millennials Rob Gray and Teddy Vlock represent Wellington, Florida’s new guard who are reinventing the winter horse capital. Having met through show jumping, the Canadian and Connecticut transplants founded T&R Development for hip, peer-directed projects. “Properties weren’t designed for the needs of the ... More
The Dallas Museum of Art greets the new year with three exhibitions spotlighting female talent
Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow: Presents 50 paintings, watercolors, prints, and drawings by the overlooked but formidable sibling of modern master Georgia O’Keeffe. A highlight of the DMA-organized show—the first of its kind—is a series of six abstract lighthouse paintings. Through February 24.
Women + Design: New Works: ... More
An eccentric architect’s past—and his affinity for pink—inspires a food stylist to create her own passion-fueled legacy
This is a story of shared obsessions between an architect and a food stylist who are separated by generations and geography but joined by their love of the color pink.
The architect Luis Barragán (1902–1988) died infatuated by light, space, and design. The colored walls in his museum-like house and the ... More
Milan’s 10 Corso Como brings a culture-meets-commerce hub to South Street Seaport
Concept stores as we know them hold the key to unleashing a trend beast’s personal brand. From Dover Street Market’s sprawling showcase of designer goods to Lafayette 148’s personal stylists and other luxury amenities, New York City has its fair share of carefully curated high-end style havens. This fall, New ... More