By Marisa Steinberg, August 16th, 2012
No matter how exotic the destination, no matter how long the vacation, no matter how luxurious the impending hotel freebies are, we always dread packing for a getaway. Thankfully, Hudson+Bleecker is brightening the process with their line of colorful travel bags. Get a glimpse of the collection here.
By Marisa Steinberg, August 15th, 2012
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By Renee Lucas, March 3rd, 2011
You’ve heard of chocolate on your pillow, but marshmallow’s are much more fun. Now, at the Duane Street Hotel a brushed-steel serving cart brimming with delectable homemade marshmallows stops at individual guestrooms every Thursday through Sunday as part of the Duane Street Hotel’s newly enhanced turndown service.
By Rebekah Meiser, March 2nd, 2011
By Mackenzie Gavel, January 5th, 2011
One flight, two countries, four designers–these were the only ingredients necessary to create brilliant artistry, which is exactly what jewelry pieces from AF148-AF147 embody. The line is cleverly named after a flight that the group took from Paris to Delhi–a flight that sparked the group’s inspiration to playfully use their travels as fuel behind their jewelry creations. French romanticism and subtle dabbles of other countries’ influences effortlessly weave their way through the unique stories of these pieces. Their vision is impeccable, their story is incredible; AF148-AF147 represents an embodiment of innovation and ingenuity rarely seen in such subtle sophistication.
By Liz Black, December 17th, 2010
By Renee Lucas, November 2nd, 2010
By Jake Flanagin, October 30th, 2010
Moschino’s new “Lost & Found” collection was launched in June, 2010 to celebrate the inauguration of the Maison Moschino – a 65-room boutique hotel converted from a neoclassical railway station in Milan. Included in the line is a trolley case, document case, laptop bag, shopper bag, cosmetics pouch, and mini messenger bag – all outfitted in the iconic “superstitious” print.
By Eva Medoff, August 3rd, 2010
These days, a plain old 24-foot pool just doesn’t cut it in the luxury hotel circuit. From Italy to Indonesia, Mexico to Thailand, designer hotels are offering up creative, innovative swimming pools in exotic locales. Infinity pools are enhanced by stunning ocean vistas, surrounded by tropical jungles or dramatized by sharp drop-offs, giving the standard indoor hotel pool a run for its money.
By Katie Ross, July 26th, 2010
There’s no place we’d rather live than New York, but even we’ll admit it: sometimes we just need an escape. At Panoramic View Resort, a renowned Montauk location for over fifty years, it’s all too easy to find one. As the name suggests, the view from Panoramic View Resort is something that needs to be seen in person to be believed, which is why every guest room has a balcony for guests to enjoy the unreal beauty of the landscape.
By Eva Medoff, July 13th, 2010
To some, the work of the grand dame of fashion, Diane von Furstenberg, is so amazing they’d just like to live inside it. Well, living inside her clothes is one matter, but now it’s possible to be totally enveloped in DVF style within the 20 guest rooms and suites she’s designed for London hotel Claridge’s, which will begin unveiling on June 23rd. The designer has been a loyal patron of the art deco space for the past 30 years, and considers her work nothing short of the preservation of old-style, luxurious hotel life.
By Renee Lucas, June 23rd, 2010
Although the World Cup is taking place all across South Africa, Cape Town is no doubt the most chic and scenic of its locations. Nestled at the foot of Table Mountain and bordered by vertical cliff-faces and the crashing ocean, natural beauty abounds. Take a moment away from the natural splendor (and one of the five football matches taking place at Green Point Stadium), however, to check out some of these cultural hotspots.
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By Eva Medoff, June 16th, 2010
If you find yourself in Cabo sometime between July 18th and the 25th, then consider us officially jealous. Pueblo Bonito Oceanfront Resorts and Spas will be hosting PacifiCooks, a week-long culinary rendezvous of the best Mexican chefs, who will come together two at a time to create five course dishes highlighting Mexican cuisine from the traditional to the innovative. Mexican wines will also be center stage, along with cooking lessons and cocktail receptions. All events are open to the public with reservations available—so even if you aren’t staying at one of Pueblo Bonito’s Los Cabos resorts, there’s really no excuse not to go (if you’re in the vicinity, that is).
By Eva Medoff, March 24th, 2010
From John Galliano’s shrouded Russian brides to Grace Coddington’s reinterpretation of Hansel and Gretel, fashion is, and always has been, about fantasy. Moschino is no longer offering fantasy through things you can wear, however. They’re now offering an entire fantasy world you can enter, through their new Milan-based hotel, Maison Moschino.