New York

The Peninsula New York’s Fifth Avenue Suite is ideal for those looking for a good night’s rest in the city that never sleeps. Located on the 17th floor, the recently unveiled 2,500-square-foot suite...
Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood is fast becoming a mecca for menswear. From Houston to Canal Streets, new shops are cropping up with offerings that range from sleek tailored clothing to hip street wear...
For the past 25 years, Wempe has been one of New York City’s greatest watch stores—and today, it just got better. The company’s newly renovated Fifth Avenue store is twice the size of the original...
The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) first founded in Maastricht, the Netherlands, in 1988 as an annual international assembly of top-tier collectors and vendors of jewelry, watches, and art. On...
Start spreading the news, the Big Apple has a new sybaritic core with today’s grand opening of the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown in Tribeca. The second Four Seasons in the city, it is only a...
Editors' Picks: Our favorite establishments for a sip and a smoke.
Every year for Labor Day, thousands of Americans travel to warm weather destinations to soak up the last rays of summer sunshine before autumn starts. Private-flight provider Flexjet —which has...
A host of sport aficionados are traveling to New York City to watch matches at the US Open Tennis Championships . The elite games take place August 29 through September 11 at the USTA Billie Jean...
For these 10 stately hotels , the term presidential suite takes on a whole new meaning. Former U.S. presidents have checked into each while traveling on business or vacation, adding to the hotels’...
New York City’s fashionable urban jungle has a lush new lair with the opening of the John Varvatos WTC store ensconced within the 78,000-square-foot Oculus retail multiplex—part of Lower Manhattan’s...
These 10 exquisite hotel vistas from around the world fall nothing short of spectacular.
The Rotunda at the Pierre New York, a Taj Hotel , is a striking space swaddled in whimsical murals (including the faces of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Elizabeth Taylor), but a reimagining of the...
Langham Place, New York, Fifth Avenue has partnered with the world-renowned French design retailer, Roche Bobois, to introduce the new and exquisite Roche Bobois Suites ($15,000 per night). The two...
Beloved British swimwear brand Orlebar Brown made a splash stateside this June with the opening of its first two permanent U.S. locations. The stores, which are located in Soho and East Hampton, N.Y...
The Sisley-Paris Spa opened its first stateside location in the glamorous Carlyle hotel, a treasured New York destination that draws locals and visitors alike for its celebrated Bemelmans Bar and...
Soon to serve up a sensational new stage for the US Open, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and the architectural team at Rossetti have collaborated on a $550 million enhancement to the...
Summer—the season to refresh, explore, and make new memories. Whether its hunting for truffles and bird-watching in the Great Smoky Mountains, herding cattle through the valleys of Montana, or taking...
From a historic hotel in Philadelphia to a regal grande dame in downtown San Francisco, here’s where to stay during this year’s 4th of July festivities.
Immortalized for his contributions to the world of high fashion, Italian designer Gianni Versace’s interior decor tastes were just as refined as his clothing. The late icon’s nearly 14,000-square-...
NYC is the city that never sleeps, quite literally. Fess up: When was the last time you got a full eight hours, multiple nights in a row? We walk around like semi-zombies, fueled by our cold-brew...
Alex Guarnaschelli, the executive chef of the Midtown NYC restaurant Butter , is no stranger to festive atmospheres—the last incarnation of her restaurant was known as the place to get your party on...
We’ve been noticing something lately: Along with the upswing in upscale Mexican food and drink in town, many south-of-the-border-focused spots are taking their drinking underground. Literally. In the...
The New York City cocktail bar Pouring Ribbons , renowned for its creative cocktails and gracious hospitality, decided last autumn to entirely do away with the typical seasonal drinks menu in favor...
Founded in 1853, Steinway & Sons is recognized the world over for top-tier handcrafted pianos. The respected brand is now unveiling a new global flagship, Steinway Hall , in New York City. As...
The untimely death of Zaha Hadid on March 31, 2016, came as a shock to the design world and beyond. At just 65, the Iraqi-born architect was inarguably at the height of a career that seemed to know...
As complex cocktails using bolder spirits have come to dominate the boozy zeitgeist in the last decade or so, vodka has become the favorite punching bag of the cocktail cognoscenti. In fact, the most...
“Spring in Manhattan never stays long,” according to a standard by Tony Bennett, so why not listen to the iconic crooner and breakaway to witness the Big Apple’s bloom from winter. And the timing...
The search for the perfect shoes may seem endless, but according to Steven Taffel —founder and owner of Leffot , the celebrated multi-brand men’s shoe store in Manhattan’s West Village—there is a key...
In honor of Oscars Season , we’ve rounded up a selection of 10 hotels with a Hollywood twist . From the St. Regis New York that served as a backdrop for Francis Ford Coppola’s classic film The...
Equal parts charming and vintage, New York’s DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) neighborhood features a restored 1920s carousel, a plethora of art galleries nestled in historic...

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