“No one else looked like her, spoke like her, wrote like her, or was so original in the way she did things,” commended Ted Kennedy of his former first lady sister-in-law. To be sure, Jacqueline Kennedy was an American original—in her every manner, thought, and approach. She cherished and championed the arts, but few knew …
Newport’s Clarke Cooke House, on Bannister’s Wharf, has a multillevel array of bars and restaurants to satisfy every style of diner.
A new book examines the enduring influence of 12-time Vogue cover star Patti Hansen’s model life, from innocent ingenue to iconic rock ‘n’ roll wife.
J.McLaughlin, the purveyor of perennial prep, heads south to Sarasota—an East Coast mecca of midcentury style—to showcase its current spring collection in the greatest light.
The honeymoon took flight in the era of Belle Époque, when newlyweds flocked for the most part to Italy and the South of France. Today, the world is your oyster—and Quest is here to offer some of the greatest destinations.
Next month, on December 10, the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Robert I. Ballinger Award with an award presentation and luncheon at The Breakers. In addition to honoring this year’s Ballinger recipient, the event will toast the publication of the Preservation Foundation’s new book, Palm Beach: An Architectural Heritage, published by Rizzoli.
Founded in 1930, The Surf Club was an unlikely addition to the Miami Beaches. After all, the then southernmost city was a place for the limelight as much as the sunlight. Still, there’s always that coterie of like-minded folks who prefer to socialize behind closed doors, which was precisely the appeal.