The new line of cleaning goods features scents of basil, orange blossom and lavender
Parisian Maison Diptyque has debuted a collection of luxury cleaning goods. Each product in the La Droguerie collection combines effectiveness with respect for the environment and features subtle fragrances composed by perfumer Olivier Pescheux.
The line features a dishwashing liquid, multi-surface cleaner with vinegar, leather-and-wood care lotion, ... More
The newest Chanel boutique opens at The Shops at Crystals in Las Vegas
Chanel has opened a new boutique at The Shops at Crystals, housing the brand’s ready-to-wear, handbags, shoes, costume jewelry and accessories, watches and fine jewelry. The 7,500-square-foot boutique, designed by New York-based architect Peter Marino, has an entirely new aesthetic reflecting the House’s modern ethos.
A double-height, ... More
Celebrate 50 years of automatic memories with Polaroid’s SX-70 camera
The ability to capture instantaneous images with ease has become integral to our daily lives. Most of us have a camera on our person at all times, and many of us cannot remember a time when pictures were not instantly viewable on a digital device.
In 1943, a young girl asked ... More
The new Nantucket store showcases the brand's swimwear, the iconic Nap Dress, a new shoe collection and more
Nell Diamond has been coming to Nantucket since birth and has family who live on the island full time (her grandfather was the principal of Nantucket High School). So when it came time for Hill House Home, her fashion and lifestyle brand, to further its retail ... More
A survey of the Dutch painter opens at the Fondation Beyeler in Switzerland, with support from La Prairie
Founded in 1997 by art collectors and gallery owners Ernst and Hildy Beyeler, Fondation Beyeler in Basel is the most visited art museum in Switzerland. It also has one of the most comprehensive collections of Piet Mondrian paintings in Switzerland, ranging from important early works to ... More
A new book explores the work of renowned architect Louis Kahn
From the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth to the National Parliament House in Bangladesh, the influential work of late Estonian-born American architect Louis Kahn can be found across the globe. Author Robert McCarter has updated and redesigned his 2005 monograph with an expanded collection of Kahn’s works alongside insights ... More
Treetop Hideaways: Treehouses for Adults climbs to the top of the latest trend in sustainable living
From reliving the childlike magic of exploring the great outdoors with endless imagination to embracing a more sustainable lifestyle, treehouses are rooted in a transformative history. The structures featured in a new tome, Treetop Hideaways: Treehouses for Adults (Rizzoli), are, however, a branch up from the ... More
Interior designer extraordinaire Ken Fulk has created some of the most memorable homes, restaurants, hotels, bars and members-only clubs over his 30-year career. In his new tome, "Ken Fulk: The Movie in My Mind," (Assouline), Fulk showcases his signature blend ...
A 19th-century shingle-style cottage in Bellport, Long Island, is restored for today’s living
Bellport Village is a quaint hamlet on Long Island’s Great South Bay, a laid-back beach community with a lot of charm and casual elegance. Historic architecture, a private beach and a charming Main Street have attracted low-key creatives to the area for decades. Michael Tomei of ... More