We look back on fashionable summers past.
Fondly remembering Marylou Whitney, one of society’s preeminent grandes dames.
The youngest daughter of J. Pierpont Morgan overcame her childhood shyness to live a life of uncommon independence, cofounding the Colony Club, New York City’s first social club for women, and hosting a prominent Gilded Age salon.
A day with Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond novels, as remembered by Harry Benson.
The creator of the Rules of Right of Way for sailors led a fascinating life, on and off the water.
Harry Benson captures acclaimed French actress Anouk Aimée cavorting in the sea of Deauville, one of her films’ famed locations.
Jamie MacGuire remembers an eventful summer, now 40 years past.