Walking into Mark Ingram’s Upper East Side bridal atelier, it is immediately apparent that the store’s namesake owner and founder is beyond passionate about his craft.
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Designer Fabio Angri’s boutique jewelry line, Lusso—meaning “luxury” in Italian—has been long-revered across Italy for its one-of-a-kind pieces and endless customizations. This season, the designs are available stateside for the first time, launched in a private trunk show in New York City earlier this month.
Detailing the 90-some years and various expeditions of the revolutionary Rolex Oyster watch.
A Park Avenue landmark for nearly 85 years, you’re sure to have heard of Scully & Scully. You’re probably appraised of its extensive selection of china, tabletop decor, and furniture. What you might not know, however, is that the retailer also boasts an extensive jewelry selection of one-of-a-kind pieces designed just for the store.
With the royal wedding less than 10 days away, the buzz continues to grow over what the details will look like—Meghan’s dress, the decorations, and the guest’s attire, especially their headwear. For the latter, we sat down with Genevieve Foddy, owner and designer at Genevieve Rose Atelier, a New York boutique specializing in special occasion hats and accessories.