“The untold want, by life and land ne’er granted, Now, Voyager, sail thou forth, to seek and find.” — Walt Whitman’s “The Untold Want,”…
If any place deserves to be haunted, it is the Old Silk Road.
Frette CEO Hervé Martin chats with WAG during his New York visit to launch the latest collection from the Italian brand of luxury home linens.
Leandro Erlich creates illusory artworks, like the small harbor within the Neuberger Museum of Art, that let you in on the trick so you can consider the nature of appearance and reality.
It is one of the most famous businesses in the world – a British multinational corporation, headquartered in Manhattan that specializes in everything from wines to watches to Whistlers.
A warm and happy family home has rung with love and laughter for three decades.
Michael Bruno, the self-proclaimed “serial entrepreneur,” takes WAG along on a ride through his latest project, creating a regional travel destination just beyond his Tuxedo Park home.
During a recent trip to Israel, Bob and Sheila Friedland spent four days (March 20 through 23) on a listening tour in the West Bank, absorbing the Palestinian perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Francois-Olivier Luiggi – the new general manager of The Pierre, one of Manhattan’s most iconic hotels – has been welcoming people to luxury establishments around the world for more than 22 years.
Polly Peace, executive director of the Westchester County-based Country Childrens Center for the past 30 years, creates a gold standard for childcare in northern Westchester.
The filmmaker talks about telling stories that are out of this world.
Caught between two worlds, the Japanese-American educator created Greenwich-based Global Citizens Initiative to bridge many.
The performer’s singer/songwriter, Don McLean mixes the oldies but goodies with new fare for audiences that want to forget and those that want to remember.
In the opera “Angel’s Bone,” composer Du Yun considers the searing cost of human trafficking.
WAG spends some time on Big Picture goat farm in Townshend, Vermont.
You only see the skyscrapers – and life – from a distance.
The owner of Faces Beautiful, a Westport-based beauty retail salon concept store, creates a portable makeup case that doubles as a wallet.
Albanian immigrant Geraldine Shaman, the owner of year-old Geraldina’s Couture shop in Hartsdale, specializes in everything from customized bridal gowns to alterations and restoration.
With China creating a New Silk Road, Seymour Topping recalls a moment in the not-too-distant past when he and journalist-wife Audrey traveled along the treacherously beautiful Karakorum Highway that links Pakistan and China.
If you ask Richard Koppelman about the car that he drives, don’t be surprised if his answer is merrily evasive.
The stately stone Georgian that commands the prestigious cul-de-sac that is Meadowcroft Lane is a reminder that you can have traditional elegance and state-of-the-art dynamism, all wrapped up in a luxurious 1928 dwelling that is at once formally refined and casually comforting.
Mining the qualities that make you you, and then translating them visually is what true style is all about.
Bloomingdale’s offers a selection of dresses in the season’s hottest styles.
Bloomingdale’s offers a selection of statement jewelry, handbags and shoes adorned with the season’s hottest accessory – tassels.
WAG’s Wanderer in chief, Jeremy Wayne, never tires of his day job.
California dreamin’ on a summer’s day. And then a potential European nightmare.
There’s an old saying that no trip to Capri is complete without purchasing three souvenirs – Capri sandals, Limoncello liqueur and local perfume.
If you want to sail on the world’s best cruise line, go Crystal Cruises.
Especially with this guide to everything you need to know for your Cape escape.
Balducci’s allows customers to travel the world through their taste buds in their own backyard.
Ah, the Loire Valley: I’ve heard many appreciative comments about the region. And over the years, I have met many winemakers and winery owners from the Loire and tasted many of their wines. Now, however, I’ve returned from a whirlwind Cliff Notes tour of the valley and have a firsthand perspective.
WAG’s Saucy Realtor whips up a blueberry crowd-pleaser.
A Geneva workshop is being recreated in Manhattan during Patek Philippe’s “The Art of Watches, Grand Exhibition New York 2017.” We revisit our January story on the event designed for watch collectors, antique lovers and history buffs alike as the July 13 opening nears.
Former WAG cover photographer David Bravo tells us what he’s been up to. Hint: It involves marketing.
WAG writer Danielle Renda tries her hand (and legs) at pole dancing at Pole Position in White Plains.
Recent research has gotten behind taking fish oil daily, specifically Omega-3.
Many people visit Hemingway sites in Paris. Not many get to meet him. Enter Elizabeth Kemble, founder of Travellati Tours in Tarrytown.
Lyndhurst heiress Anna Gould’s connection to France will be in the spotlight at the Tarrytown mansion this month when some of her possessions secured in a Parisian auction this winter go on display. Plus, an update on a $1 million grant being used to restore the lower landscape and new specialty tours.