One of the most crucial accessories to accompany you this holiday season — from Thanksgiving dinner to company Christmas parties — is inarguably the clutch.
Rainy season, snow season, slush season — all things that make us want to take cover immediately. Sure, a coat is good for warmth and covering up our arms, but nothing quite does the trick like a hood.
At the just-opened store on Gansevoort Street, the traditions of onsite ancient goldsmithing continue adjacent to a new modern gallery showcasing the work of jewelry artists inspired by the fashion world.
Serve it up in style this fall with a variety of eye-catching dishes that will garner you some serious dinner party clout.
Inspired by Tom Ford's new addition to the outerwear market for the under-ten set, we've sought out some of the cutest, boldest, and downright fabulous pieces that girls and boys will want to wear this winter.
This year, rather than give in and consume copious amounts of sugar, we’ve decided to take up a new challenge and find ways to wear the usually difficult hue of orange.
No matter what you seek (be it ready-to-wear or simply a stroll and a cappuccino), you’re certain to find it along Spring Street.
The designer and her business partner, Keren Craig, dress the stars for the red carpet: Naomi Watts, Katie Holmes, Kylie Minogue, and Heidi Klum are among the many. Now there is a heady fragrance, lavish handbags, tabletop and giftware, bridal, an offshoot line, Marchesa Notte, and the newest line, Voyage, for everyday wear. Very busy.
We’re smack dab in the middle of the season when puffer coats are, well, too darn puffy and thin wool blazers not quite enough. Enter the scarf.
The cape has become a mainstay of top designers’ fall-winter collections, and is just the piece to buy now and relish having later.
We’ve collected some of fall’s most tempting hues for an alluring beauty palette.
Cozy up to one of our ten picks and you’ll find the coming months a whole lot more stylish — and bearable.
New York City welcomes Editions De Parfum Frédéric Malle and Berluti.
At long last, Paris Fashion Week is here, and with it comes the sights and sounds that only the City of Light can offer. Luckily, these looks are as suitable on Broadway as on the Grands Boulevards.
To relish in all things Italiano, we’ve picked out some of our fave fall offerings from a wide-ranging crop of designers — luckily, all currently available stateside.
To celebrate all things Brit, we’ve culled together some of our fave UK designers whose pieces are luckily available on this side of the Atlantic in NYC.
Fashion Month officially kicks off this week, and as per usual, New York promises to start the shows off with a bang.
August may be in its final days, but there's still time to rep this month's birthstone: peridot. And there’s good reason to continue to sport the stone in the months to come.
Victorinox's travel locks: I would not go anywhere without them now that I have used gotten accustomed to using them.
For the first time in quite a while, New York City seems to be eschewing the tried-and-true urban black wardrobe for brighter pastures.
From the chicest of button-ups to sleek footwear, these are pieces that are total keepers, wearable whenever and wherever you choose.
Temporarily eschew the tried-and-true little black dress and reach for one of these lovely printed looks culled from some of our favorite New York City shops.
It may be balmy on the street, but inside, the office it can feel thoroughly frigid. We’re certain you’ll find something stylish here that will keep pesky a/c drafts at bay.
Rowenta is the leading manufacturer of high-performance steam irons and garment steamers, and unlike many manufacturers of appliances, this is the company's core business.
Considering July’s birthstone is the ruby, we think this is the perfect time to embrace our favorite fiery gemstone.
You'd never think to push a vacuum cleaner the 850-mile distance between Wiltshire, England and Valencia, Spain, but the engineers at Dyson more or less do that all the time.
Summer is finally here — meaning more time outside walking, shopping, sightseeing — and Mephisto provides all-day comfort and all-day style.
…about his two elegant Manhattan shops, how the fine watch business has changed, and loving New York.
CitiShoes offers an extensive collection of men's footwear from Alden, Edward Green, Church’s, a.testoni, Allen Edmonds, and more.
In 1929, Jean Patou created one of the world's most legendary fragrances, Joy. But now it has a little competition from its own house.
The forecast for shoppers in the Hamptons this summer is sunny, bright and downright fabulous with a number of chic spots offering everything from bath potions to Birkin bags. What should you know and where should you go? Here’s what’s haute.
Ulysse Nardin’s Nelson Lucero on the boutique’s signature marine chronometers, plus the newest models from Baselworld.
Wolverine has a new store in Nolita, and it’s the place to find all the latest footwear from their Spring 2014 Women’s Collection
Family-owned and -operated resale shops with over 20 years of experience in luxury goods under its collective Hermès belt.
Call us crazy, but now that summer has officially begun, we’re pledging our seasonal allegiance to the one-piece this season.
This is the season to get out the gels and the best soaps.
Go dive, go deep, go splash with the Swatch Scuba Libre, available at Hour Passion.
Visiting MacKenzie-Childs during the summer months is like sitting in an impressionist painting — it’s a truly exquisite experience.
Here are a few really classic bedroom ensembles from Nautica to jazz up your bedroom
Citrine, tanzanite, sapphire, opal, aquamarine, topaz, and peridot are but a few of the precious and semi-precious stones that speak of these summer hues.
Lubov Azria, brand designer and ambassador, embodies the very name of the company, which is Parisian slang for “good style, good attitude.”
With two shops already in Manhattan, on the Upper West Side and in SoHo, the company added to its footprint in Gotham, just this past month, with a flagship shop on West 34th Street.
If you'veput away the humidifier, then you're ready for the dehumidifier - and there is none that will work better for you than one of DeLonghi's several models
There’s no need to know your way around a pitch (a.k.a. a playing field) to embrace the soccer style yourself.
The chicest, hippest, and most unique stores and shopping in the Meatpacking District
Here are some brightly colored summer “supplies” that can help you set that cheerful, sprightly mood.
We’ve scoured the still-temperate New York City streets and stores for chapeaux of every shape and size that will both add a dash of style and a lot of coverage to your look.
Finding the right sandals for the streets of New York City can be a little tricky. Is strappy and buckle-festooned best? Or should one go for slides that effortlessly slip-on?
The best part is, any of these beauties will look just as good on the bike as off. Here are the top summer shorts you’ll find in NYC stores.
Charles James: Beyond Fashion opens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art this week and the exhibit about the famed Anglo-American couturier has us dreaming of pastels.
Showcase Pantone’s color of the year in your home this spring to evoke joy, love and health. Radiant Orchid, this year’s chosen shade, encourages creativity and originality and can be complemented with olive, deep hunter green and light yellows.
Pop on your headphones for some inspiration whilst shopping the New York City’s best department stores and boutiques for that bohemian look.
The director of sales and marketing for Zero Halliburton discusses how the maker of some of the world’s most iconic travel and luggage pieces stays true to its roots, even while establishing a new home in the middle of Manhattan.
Consider April 15 a shopping holiday, and decamp to one of our favorite boutiques to discover NYC’s finest and best wallets for women.
The designer chats about her life and lines, Rachel Roy and RACHEL Rachel Roy, and the newest addition to her RR line, intimates.
Dubbed the Big Egg Hunt (and sweepstakes), this treasure search is spearheaded by jeweler Fabergé and promises to reward those eligible to be in the winning circle, with $125,000 worth of gems, in three stunning jeweled pendants.
From hipster clothing at Vince, to cool classics at Tory Burch, to a host of specialty and niche shops, this is a shopping destination worth a leisurely visit.
The new location follows the successful New York pop-up venture in fall 2012, and will again offer a curated selection of goods that share Wolverine’s commitment to quality, heritage, and craftsmanship.
The runway shows this past fall, heralding the styles for spring/summer 2014, showcased many surprises
Ultimately, when the hand-wrought procedures are finished, jewelry can take on myriad forms. Here, we celebrate the multifarious profiles jewelry embraces.
It's a substantial and sturdy unit, about 13" x 5" x 27" with all the bells and whistles you'd want for holding your sundry stuff in the shower.
Dennis Basso and Etienne Aigner have opened new stores in Manhattan
Meet two collectors who adore the iconic MacKenzie-Childs brand and fill their homes with the whimsical pieces and fabrics that define this special style.
Even with Valentine's Day in the rearview mirror, if you didn't score at that time with fragrance, flowers, or fantasy, now is your chance to make it up to your sweetheart.
Through Valentine's Day, visit Kara Ross New York's 665 Madison Ave. (at 60th St.) boutique for champagne & sweets while you shop.
You know the minute you look at the akimbo bottle — something special is inside. It's Hermès' "Eau de Merveilles," which, loosely translated, means "fragrance of wonders, or marvels."
The "Boise" handbag from Nina will cheer you up this gray, wintry season, as we wait to glide into spring
Transform your city space into a cozy winter escape with a spread of antiques featuring rich wood, warm lighting, and an authentic wall mount to spruce up your home for the chilly months.
Add holiday cheer to your home with tips from savvy Manhattan florists who pair lush winter offerings, such as hydrangeas, amaryllis, and lilies, with vases fit for the season’s much-anticipated festivities.
Badgley Mischka and Alexander McQueen recently opened new stores on Manhattan's Upper East Side
What started 25 years ago as a small design and manufacturing company in Midtown has grown into one of the most recognized names in the watch and jewelry world. Here, we chat with Jacob & Co. owner Jacob Arabo about what to expect in his company’s next quarter century.
Clever gift ideas perfect to stash under the tree, tuck into a stocking, or hide in a secret spot to delight the special people in your life
As I was meandering along the side-street windows of the Container Store on 58th Street and Lexington Avenue, I was quite taken by the dress forms standing at attention in the windows. Each was wearing a most marvelous outfit—made entirely out of gift wrapping supplies!
Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy is kind to hair -- and delivers fab results
Their seasonal décor is much in line with the brand’s longstanding handmade aesthetic.
Don’t-miss picks for seasonal giving - or a little self-indulgence.
Gone are the days when you might have dared to bring that ubiquitous, leaden fruit cake to a party.
Facing Fall: New Face, New Hair, New Season: Paul Labrecque and Biologique Recherche - A Winning Duo
This past spring, the renowned Paul Labrecque Salon & Spa opened a branch at the destination activity center Chelsea Piers
Based on the success of their shop on 3rd Avenue, Mephisto is expanding to another location within the city. This fabulous new store is located at 1089 Madison Avenue between 82nd and 83rd Streets
It's that time of year and you have this week to get the house ready for the onslaught of goblins and ghosts, the spirits and the spirited...
Robert Booz, International Director of Beretta Galleries, talks about the lifestyle company’s historic sporting brand, its evolution and a few standouts from their fall collection.
Luxurious, mysterious, mythic, and rare, the pearl is one of nature's wonders: a perfect orb of iridescent beauty. Just as amazing is the process that creates each gleaming gem — an alchemist's brew of art, science, and luck.
An homage to splendid gold, in its countless forms that we love the best: jewelry.
Featuring Galanos, Galliano, Armani, Valentino, Prada, Missoni, Thierry Mugler, Michael Kors, Versace, Etro, de la Renta, Cassini, Dior, Pucci, Dolce & Gabbana, "stray" pieces from the likes of Chanel and Hermès, among the many...
The state-of-the-art and exclusive Golf & Body NYC offers city-bound or resident golfers a year-round place to play, train and entertain
With a new by-appointment, custom-designed SoHo showroom and two new collections, the international designer is busier than ever
Designers played with their audiences and raised their spirits, despite the traditional somber palette and the customary weight (literal and figurative) of the clothing
The exhibit at Toronto's Design Exchange highlights over 250 shoes, sketches, and personal artifacts from Louboutin's work, personal life, and travels
By year’s end, over 1,000 new perfumes will have been brought to market, each an individual, distinct intermingling of nature’s delicious alchemy. Here are but four that will waft into a store near you
Recent store openings in NYC include Baccarat and Hästens on Madison Avenue
Themes are a wonderful way to create a summer night to remember. We’ve picked a sultry Moroccan-styled celebration to give guests something to talk about
From elegant seating to the quintessential afternoon tea service, play up the natural beauty of summer with antiques that will wow your guests
Today’s technology and know-how makes the typical diving watch a thing of beauty, in addition to being water-resistant
O.K., bambini, it's the perfect moment to think about la bell' Italia
In a recent exhibit, in a stunning coffee table book, and in the hands of almost every fashion designer, the timeless frock is always venerated
When everything's sunny and bright, we want to don garments that are peppy and vibrant, dress our tables in rainbows of color, and in general surround ourselves with objets that are colorful and joyous.
It’s the Mecca of world-class shopping, the gilded four corners of luxury boutiques and specialty shops. “It” is the crossroads of 57th Street and Fifth Avenue, which forms the nexus of Manhattan’s most exclusive mercantile mile.
When March’s proverbial wrathful lion morphs into the gentle lamb, it’s time to address our “abused” skin and hair—damaged and dried from the season’s ravages. It’s also the time we are prompted to think of a fresh look for spring.
Trendy styles usually build on looks of the last season or two; this spring, however, the trends are somewhat unexpected, with few echoes from past seasons.
The London-born chief executive officer of Cora International, which manufactures some of the world’s largest and rarest diamonds right here in Manhattan, discusses her biggest challenge, her love of New York and why diamonds really are a girl’s best friend.
Luxurious, mysterious, and mythic, pearls are one of nature’s wonders, perfect orbs of iridescent beauty. Equally remarkable is the process that creates each gleaming gem—an alchemist’s brew of art, science, and luck.
Interior designer Richard Mishaan's latest showroom, Homer, and Joie's new boutique on Wooster Street.
With so many marvels on the market this season, here’s our guide to some of the best new gadgets and gear.
Christian Louboutin's "shoe tattoo" parlor in the Meatpacking District and Paul & Shark's flagship on Madison Avenue.
As MacKenzie-Childs switches up their New York flagship, the company is also emphasizing its newest design venture, Parchment Check.
Twinkling diamonds and precious jewels can provide the perfect infusion of high-octane sparks to ferment fireworks on a gray winter’s eve.
For the holidays, or for an important occasion, some swell ideas for those special people in your life.
These well-curated mini-emporia at the city's great art institutions offer shopppers unique and delightful merchandise.
Whether modern or antique, these beautiful rugs go a long way to transforming a room.This season, select a vibrant wool rug for warmth or go with wintry blues for a refreshing look.
Don’t-miss picks for seasonal giving - or a little self-indulgence.
Just as a natural pearl is a treasure from Poseidon, a diamond in a colorful hue is one of Mother Nature’s singular gifts.
Here on this side of the pond in New York City, there has been a quiet invasion by all things British.
A man’s John Hancock is his autograph, of course, but a “signature” pen can just as readily be his trademark.
Mackenzie-Childs creative director, Rebecca Proctor, offers advice on refreshing and reimagining a home for any time of year.
The pieces in her Perpetual Motion collection are much more than decoration—they are wearable artworks.
The Frenchman at the helm of Breitling USA explains why this watch brand truly has time on its side—in more ways than one.
At Bergdorf's new shoe salon, the antiques specialists from Center44 provided some magic.
These little gems are always in style and that is obvious by the number of designers adding them to their lines.
Two new NYC shops: fabulous Fabergé, with its show-stopping handcrafted bijoux, and the glamorous leather lines at Perrin Paris
About her eponymous antiques gallery on East 60th Street, Cathy Lerebours, says "there is beauty in every period, so why limit yourself?"
Behind the scenes at the Glashütte "manufactory," where timeless timepieces coveted by watch collectors around the world are made by hand.
Some 200 fragrances will be introduced to the marketplace by year's end. Here are a few of the newer ones debuting this season.
The collector on her passion for the rare and vintage items in F.D, her gallery-boutique that's added a new element to the Upper East Side.
If you long for that Courtly Check for your vacation home or need a hostess gift while in the Hamptons, you can visit MacKenzie-Childs' newest retail store in Southampton, New York.
The son of Aaron Basha, designer of the iconic "Baby Shoe" and "Evil Eye" collections, discusses his family's multi-generational jewelry business and its philosophy of whimsy and fun.