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8 Best New Hotels in New York City

NoMad New York City, New York indoor Living room ceiling interior design furniture café living room restaurant Lobby window interior designer area wood. THIS STORY ORIGINALLY APPEARED ON www.jetsetter.com. WRITTEN BY SIOBHAN REID Jul 07, 2017 8 Best New Hotels in New York City The hottest new hotels in NYC offer everything from nightclubs to…

The Must-Have of The Week

1. Silver to Steel: The Modern Designs of Peter Muller-Munk (www.cmoa.org). 2. Roi Fou Mat at Avenue Road , www.avenueroad.com. 3. Milan Weave Grainy Leather Cesca Tote at www.luluguinness.com. 4. Richard Schulman, Portraits of the New Architecture at www.assouline.com. 5. Georges Pelletier, Glazed ceramic fish sculpture, signed, Circa 1970, France, www.hartergalerie.fr. 6. Ocean agate table on patinated steel base, www.curatorseye.com. 7. Antonio Pieneda…

Didier Ludot, The Style Harbinger

  On 8 July, www.sothebys.com’s Paris, in association with Kerry Taylor Auctions, will stage its first auction of Haute Couture, which gathers together 150 items from the private collection of Didier Ludot. Didier Ludot, France’s greatest “fashion antiquarian”, surely needs no introduction: his legendary Palais-Royal gallery is a must for any fashion-lover visiting Paris. Specialising…

Who Wore The Chicest Hats to The Derby?

Everyone’s a winner when it comes to receiving the best hat award at The Kentucky Derby right? We certainly think so, but with so many great choices to choose from, it soon becomes necessary to lay out the clear favorites. This year, a first on this blog, I’ve gathered more than a dozen hats from the…

How to be biker chic in London

I’m happy to announced that last week, Buster + Punch, a London-born design label, whose work is inspired by London’s fashion, music and the sub-culture scenes just opened a new showroom in Southwark Street London, where visitors will have access to never-seen-before limited edition collaborations and pre-launch prototypes hot from their London workshop – everything from custom motorcycles,…

Q&A with Fashion Designer Claire Ortiz

With a background in fashion, that evolved into the active realm over the last few years, designer and co-founder of Ortiz Industry, Clair Ortiz admits that good design philosophy, color theory, fitness, social and cultural demographics and trends, as well as dynamic aesthetics are key to every product that she design. “The biggest differences in…

Oscars 2015: The 17 Best and Worst Dressed Celebrities

The 87th Academy Awards have come and gone, and as usual, besides the normal talk of who won best picture, best actress, and director, the fact is, since its very beginning in 1929, the topic of conversation has and always will be: who wore it best and who did not. Before I continue, I must say,…

Courtside Fashion

High Tea and Tennis, what more could you ask for? In honor of the US Open which starts today in Flushing, Queens, I’ve decided to revealed my continuous admiration for a sport which is so dear to me, and is in fact, part of my everyday life. In tennis, love means nothing, but I absolutely…

Men About Town

World renowned artist Wendell Castle looking dapper chic, as usual, during a recent VIP opening at Christie’s “A man should look as if he had brought his clothes with intelligence, put them on with care, and then forgotten all about them.” Hardy Amies A Roy Litchtenstein painting at MOMA John Varvatos Madison Avenue Showroom during…

Old World Glamor at The Met

Best Dressed: Sarah Jessica Parker in an Oscar de la Renta gown Another year, another fantastic episode for The Met Gala? To be sure, the one that transpired a few hours ago contained more fashion misses than hits. And this was to no one’s surprise. The Met Gala has long proven to be an inflated “Oscars…

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