Summer’s hottest parties from Central Park to the Lower East Side.
Month: July 2018
Whether you’re weekending in the Hamptons, summering in Newport, or spending an afternoon on the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard, there’s no returning home empty-handed. Thankfully, all of these tony destinations feature bustling retail outposts with signature shops that will lend a little vacation to your home and wardrobe, whenever you return.
Charleston has been named the number one city in the United States by Travel + Leisure magazine for the sixth consecutive year.
Following a multi-million-dollar renovation, The Point—the former Great Camp of William Avery Rockefeller—is reopened to guests with a refreshed air of rustic elegance.
Welcome to Miami! As part of its global expansion strategy, Italian accessories band FURLA has just opened a new boutique in Miami. Situated in the Aventura Mall, the location is designed to embody the brand’s values and customers, which fuses Italian heritage and quality construction with colorful whimsy.
With gala season around the corner, many New Yorkers are hopping onto a specialty diet in preparation. For those nights when you want to prepare food at home, HelloFresh has just acquired Green Chef, the USDA-certified organic meal kit company.
“Retail’s not dead—it just needs a rethink,” says Big Lives founder and Louis Vuitton alum Samantha Alston. This month, Alston brought her unique vision of pop-up shopping to Brooklyn with a cocktail party that featured new designs from Big Lives’ Summer collection and home decor by Anthropoligie, held at 272 Jefferson Avenue—a classic 1889 Stuyvesant Heights brownstone recently restored by Dixon Projects.