An inside look at the anticipated auction of the late Bunny Mellon’s home, complete with her most beloved items
American heiress and philanthropist Rachel “Bunny” Lambert Mellon may have been resolutely private, but the items from her Oak Springs Farm tell her story loud and clear.
This month, nearly 2,000 personal items from Mellon’s Virginia estate will be sold at Sotheby’s New York auction house, and the eclectic pieces range ... More
Move over, Cinderella. The best address in the Magic Kingdom isn't a castle, but a secret pied-à-terre Walt Disney kept all to himself—until now
You know a lot about Disney, Hollywood's most renowned dream machine. But try naming a few facts about Walt, the man behind it all. Drawing a blank? The folks at his eponymous empire won't blame you.
John Lee Hancock's new film Saving Mr. Banks, a backstage tale of Walt ... More
A special auction at Christie’s celebrates the gay community through the artist's intimate work
In honor of LGBT Pride Month, Christie’s auction house is presenting a special online-only auction through June 27th featuring over 200 photographs, drawings and prints by Andy Warhol. Titled For Members Only: Eyes on the Guise, the auction pieces focus on the artist’s intriguingly ... More
A French porcelain company celebrates 150 years of business by releasing a series of artist-designed plates
Since 1863, Bernardaud has been in the business of brining luxury to the dining room table, creating porcelain dinnerware that's more showpiece than plate. Now, in celebration of their 150th anniversary and a new Chelsea address in Manhattan, the ... More
Vintage Rolex fans are one determined bunch. A man is known to have flown last May from Argentina—via Africa—to Hong Kong purely to spend a couple of days hanging out with some friends he hadn’t met yet: fellow obsessives from Asia, Europe, Australia, North America and South America. ... More
Sag Harbor's newest home accessories shop and a hot young furniture designer
The 22-year-old Sag Harbor resident Maximillian Eicke was considering a career in architecture—that is, until he created his very first piece of furniture, a Bauhaus-inspired coffee table for his senior project at The Ross School in East Hampton. “My passion changed overnight,” he explains. “Nothing could beat ... More
Newel gallery unveils a new showroom and windows worthy of its huge antiques inventory
New York City’s Newel may not be a recognizable name to people outside the design industry, but anyone who has watched TV or gone to the movies in the past 70 years has seen some of its 10,000-plus pieces of decorative furnishings—Ghostbusters, The Godfather: Part III, A Beautiful Mind, ... More