Available today, British designer Jenny Packham’s super feminine style and L. K. Bennett’s taste for comfort and versatility have come together to provide brides with the perfect wedding-day accessories.
Month: February 2018
Situated on the 65th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, the Rainbow Room is a spectacular venue that offers a romantic and festive locale for special occasions, such as wedding ceremonies and receptions. Opened to the public in 1934 during the Great Depression, the historic venue has served as host to some of the most famous events in New York, including performances from singers like Frank Sinatra.
Here comes the bride, and she’s never looked better—or had as many choices, from dresses and shoes to registry options and destinations for the big day. From the classic to the contemporary, there’s a fit for all tastes and styles, and we’ve made a few of our favorite selects.
Next time you’re traveling for business, why not visit a local best-kept secret instead of the hotel bar? In National Car Rental’s new “Local Legends” series, area tastemakers act as tour guides to reveal their neighborhood’s hidden gems—from a beloved wine shop to a quaint historic district or an award-winning restaurant.
Home to many memories during the couple’s courtship, Julia and Charles were married in Southampton, New York, at St. Andrew’s Church on October 8, 2016.
Why not shake things up with a bottle of rosé? Festive and delicious—your Valentine is sure to love it. (Chocolate pairings also appreciated.)
As far as reliable local dining goes, Upper East Siders have come to look to Tom and Anthony Martignetti, the restaurateurs behind trusty standbys The East Pole, Pizza Beach, and Eastfield’s—and with good reason. And now there’s a new catch to be had, which, since opening last October, is proving to be an equally satisfying member of the family: The East Pole Fish Bar, at 964 Lexington Avenue.