The best summer spots in Las Vegas can be found at the likes of Bellagio's and Delano Beach Club
Luxe poolscapes are synonymous with summer in Las Vegas. From poolside extravagances to serene, spa-like escapes, Sin City’s assortment of chic pool destinations provides guests with a variety of open-air offerings.
At the Bellagio’s Mediterranean pool, visitors can enjoy a refreshing dip and an outdoor oasis ... More
Charvet partners with Thorsun on its first men’s swimwear line
George Sotelo, founder of swimwear brand Thorsun, has known French fashion house Charvet, one of the most famous luxury shirt and tie purveyors, and its owner, Jean-Claude Colban, socially for years. Recently, Sotelo approached the brand about using Charvet’s iconic prints and patterns to create a capsule collection ... More
The waterfront Mondrian South Beach reopened as a premier destination in Miami
Inspired by the Amalfi Coast, Greek islands and Tulum, Miami’s Mondrian South Beach has undergone a $20 million property-wide renovation. The 220-room hotel, which opened on the Biscayne Bay waterfront in 2008, will offer guests a laid-back atmosphere coupled with an elegant, Mediterranean design.
“Brought to life by local Miami-based designers, ... More
This winter, your best bet is a visit to the Caribbean island paradise of St. Barths
With few Caribbean islands open and/or accepting tourists this winter, and even fewer without many confirmed COVID-19 cases, Americans vying for a warm-weather getaway have one place that fits the bill: St. Barths. The island, under French authority, has been vigilant about COVID-19 safety protocols since last spring, when the ... More
Pool parties in Sin City might have a few new rules, but trust us, the experience will be just as unforgettable
Every week is going to feel like an over-the-top music festival at Wet Republic, the massive day club at MGM Grand. The Las Vegas outpost closed for a short time earlier this year due to the pandemic and reopened in July with a few changes. ... More
Here's what you should know before you embark on a summer camping trip
With hotels closing their doors or opening with limited capacity, those stuck with a case of wanderlust must look elsewhere to satisfy their vacation needs. Travelers and globetrotters alike have started to turn to the great outdoors for their summer retreats. Camping might not have always been a top ... More
Fashion insider Kate Fleming connects creatives to environmental causes through her nonprofit
Accessories designer-turned-environmental activist Kate Fleming grew up playing with the seahorses that bobbed in her Biscayne Bay backyard. The Miami Beach native remembers how their delicate tails would curl around her 5-year-old fingers. She left home to attend the Parsons School of Design in New York City and got caught ... More