Summer’s finally here, and as the Ancient Greeks in their infinite wisdom insisted, when it’s hot it’s better to be naked than overdressed. In Greco-Roman art, nudity symbolized divinity, and as man was made in God’s image, his corporeal splendor was the measure of all things. Therefore, in portraying man at his idealized best, Greek and Roman artists always depicted him in the nude.
Fine Jewelry Label, JUNE NINETEEN is introducing a limited capsule collection of pure silk, black dresses for all occasions.
Earlier this spring, A.L.C. opened its first brick-and-mortar location in SoHo, designed by New York architecture and design firm Janson Goldstein. Founded in 2009 by designer Andrea Lieberman, the ready-to-wear brand will be rolling out three stores in 2018 in conjunction with the brand’s 10th anniversary.
After a 70-year hiatus, Blade’s CEO recently announced that the legendary Montauk Sky aviation brand has returned to the air.
Reminiscing about the quintessential sign of summer in New York: The Nathan’s Hot Dog Truck.
On a weekend in early June, 21 yachts on both sides of the Atlantic pulled at dock lines and tugged on moorings in anticipation of regattas comprising the Road to the Worlds Waypoints series, the run-up to the 2019 12 Metre World Championship.
Charleston, known for its cobblestone streets, complex history, and well-preserved antebellum architecture, has become one of the most desired winter escapes in all the south. Whether you are looking for a beach getaway, a Civil War history lesson, or a world-class culinary experience, Charleston is bound to have something for you. Navigating the Charleston real estate market, however, can be daunting. Luckily, there is a new player in the property management and leasing business to help get you there.