From the intensifying of the presidential race to the still-unfolding Eurozone crisis, from the loss of icons like Phyllis Diller and Neil Armstrong to the toppling of Lance Armstrong, what's usually a sleepy season in the sun has been quite eventful. So, as Labor Day arrives and fall unofficially ... More
The songwriter-turned-painter takes things in a bold new direction.
When you get caught between the moon and New York City, the best that you can do is fall in love.
Carole Bayer Sager won an Oscar for that sentence and for the ones that preceded and followed it in “Arthur’s Theme,” the song she penned with Burt Bacharach and ... More
Fancy underpinnings go sheer and simple for everyday wear in the designer’s collection
From outerwear to fine lingerie, Stella McCartney has shown she knows what women want to wear—even before they do. Now she’s bringing her one-of-a-kind of aesthetic to a line of basic intimate apparel. Named STELLA, her new collection consists of five delicately-detailed bras ($55), each with matching knickers ($26). Naturally ... More
The hottest summer bashes from Newport to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard
America's Cup Returns to Newport
Newport and sailing go together like chocolate and peanut butter: It’s hard to imagine them ever apart. And yet the Rhode Island town and the America’s Cup World Series were separated for nearly three decades. In late June, the pair reunited with all the fanfare you’d ... More
A rare glimpse at the New York space—still preserved—where the iconic photographer worked
Some people called him a “wonderful terrible mirror.” Others said he was exploitative and manipulative. But that’s really beside the point. Richard Avedon was one of the greatest photographers in the world, both in fashion and portraiture. He died in 2004 at the age of 81, and his work is ... More
Avocado carpaccio, pricey yoga wear and meditation. It’s not a trip. It’s drying out, Hamptons-style
Used to be that if you were an East Coast one percenter with an addiction, you had to go far afield for five-star treatment: Promises in Malibu, Hazelden in Minnesota, the Eric Clapton-founded Crossroads Centre in Antigua. No more. East Hampton drug and rehab center the ... More
The latest alcohol-infused products plus 5 shops where a haircut comes with a drink
Five shops where your haircut comes with a drink
Blind Barber(New York City and Los Angeles)
You won’t need a drink to relax at the Blind Barber, a chop shop with locations in New York City’s East Village and Los Angeles, but it helps. Each service comes with a complimentary cocktail ... More
When you think of Christy Turlington Burns—let’s be honest—the first thing that comes to mind is that face. The smoldering, almond-shaped eyes. That delicate upturned nose. Those impossibly full lips, chiseled cheekbones and perfectly arched brows. In the ’90s it all added up to a visage so timeless it’s been ... More
The Sussman brothers unveil their latest joint endeavor
Too many cooks in the kitchen? Not a problem for Max and Eli Sussman, a pair of food-obsessed brothers working for two of Brooklyn’s most-beloved restaurants who recently joined forces to write a cookbook. “I love Mile End,” Max says of the Boerum Hill deli (mileendbrooklyn.com), where his ... More
As news reports about fundraising fly this presidential election season, just as in years past, the masses wonder what exactly goes into one of those big-ticket meals attended by titans of industry and celebrities alike.
“You would think for $30,000 a head, you’d get a proper meal,” dishes one Washington hostess ... More