When a grand dame gets a makeover, it’s risky business. Sometimes the urgency to be newly relevant results in the loss of what was special in the first place. Happily, the new Beauty floor at the Manhattan flagship of Saks Fifth Avenue has achieved exactly what one might hope: it’s what the beauty department used to be – only much, much better.
We’re not sure if we actually like rosé, or if we just like the idea of rosé. We only consume it in the most beautiful and serene places, under optimal weather conditions, so it’s kind of hard to say whether it’s the taste, the setting, or the mood that it evokes that makes us reach for this pretty pink libation. Think about it: where does the jet set drink rosé? In Palm Beach, Beverly Hills, St. Tropez, Marrakesh, and Croatia. At the yacht club; in Cabo San Lucas; in Provence.
February 16, 2018 marks the beginning of the Year of the Dog on the lunar calendar, and the world’s luxury houses are responding with capsule collections of dog-themed gift items that might appeal to canine parents the world over, in addition to those actually celebrating Chinese New Year (CNY). Which raises an interesting question: who are these collections actually for, especially this year?
The Dandelion Chandelier Luminary Café is the place to find a series of personal interviews with fascinating people who are stellar achievers in their chosen field of endeavor. Our Luminaries are sharing their origin stories, life philosophies, secret songs, guilty pleasures and hidden talents. It’s guaranteed to be illuminating. Our 2017 Luminaries are incredible people, and as part of our holiday gifting series, we wanted to give them a big shout-out. If you’re looking for brilliant presents, look no further than this list of experiences, art, food, drink and amazing reads created by this stellar group. In addition, our Luminaries are sharing charitable organizations or causes about which they care deeply that would benefit greatly from your generosity and help radiate more light in the world. For a luminous holiday, you’ve come to right place.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s just became a lot more fun. This autumn, the 180-year old jeweler unveiled a redesign of the fourth floor of its iconic flagship store on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Its dedicated to accessories, tabletop and home décor items, and if you haven’t stopped by, you really should. It’s a new era for the iconic retailer, and just in the nick of time.