Chief creative director Paul Marciano reveals a beloved, never–before–seen image from the archives
“If I had to choose a [favorite], it would be Claudia Schiffer’s 1989 campaign, shot in Viareggio, Italy, by the legendary Ellen Von Unwerth. Claudia exemplifies everything the Guess woman stands for: Her timeless, distinctive style and infectious energy have kept her at the forefront of fashion for decades. She ... More
How the famous family’s legacy endures north of New York City
If you were to head north out of Manhattan on a quest for peace, quiet and oneness with nature, Pocantico Hills, New York might be the first place you’d be absolutely guaranteed to find it. A 40 minute drive up the Saw Mill Parkway or a roughly equal train ride ... More
A year after their father’s historic Golden Globe win, Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet Stallone’s turns as Miss Golden Globe mark another first for the awards ceremony
What a difference a year makes. It was only last January when, following his epic performance in Creed, Hollywood legend Sylvester Stallone hit the Golden Globe red carpet en famille with wife Jennifer Flavin Stallone and daughters Sophia, 20, Sistine, 18, and Scarlet, 14. Upon his winning the Globe for Best Supporting Actor, ... More
Will new ownership of Roberta’s, Brooklyn’s decidedly anti-establishment eatery, spoil its recipe for success?
The rumors started swirling late last winter, sweeping across Brooklyn like a cool breeze before a storm. Roberta’s—the two Michelin–starred Bushwick pizza joint founded in 2008 by two musicians and a cook, whose post-apocalyptic utopia of Christmas lights and pogo sticks, cinder-block walls and razor wire–enclosed garden came to define ... More
Will our present hysteria over the issue of cyber security propel the tech company’s new business model?
For a little more than a year now, BlackBerry—once the ne plus ultra of smartphones—has, somewhat quietly (depending on how often you read your newspaper’s business section), been in the process of reinventing itself. While the company continues to release devices—its latest model, the DTEK60, recently debuted—it has ... More
A rotating pop-up exhibit beyond the four walls of the Gramercy Park Hotel
New York City’s Rose Bar’s Creative Director Matt Green wanted to curate a space that would offer more authentic experiences for guests while they admire incredible art. From cocktails on behalf of Ilegal Mezcal to the special performance by musical group, Daisy Glaze, the Rose Bar Gallery, in conjunction with More
As the supermoon hangs in the sky, one of the world’s tallest buildings debuts a luminous public display
Last night, people turned their gazes upwards to gawk at the breathtaking and rare supermoon which lit up the night sky—and Instagram. While the New York Times reports that the pinnacle of the moon’s magnificence in New York City occurred in the early morning hours before sunrise this ... More
Starting tonight, experience the innovative projects of the Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism (XII BEAU) in New York City. For the first time, the biennial will be on view in the United States. The exhibition, titled Alternativas / Alternatives, presents 22 selected works and 20 shortlisted works by contemporary ... More
Hermès, Saint Louis, Puiforcat and renowned cognac brand Louis XIII have created three custom trunks in their ultra-luxe L’Odyssée d’un Roi collaboration, celebrating Louis XIII’s compelling history of travel. The trunks, which house a bespoke cognac decanter and stunning ... More