February’s “Romantic Visions” issue offers a delightful hodgepodge, as it’s our annual love/romance/sex/body issue – topics everyone relishes, right?
Does the male gaze trump the female one in the arts and what is meant by a male and a female gaze anyway?
In the new book “Tightrope,” The New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof and wife Sheryl WuDunn, who works in finance and consulting, consider what happened to working class America, particularly in Yamhill, Oregon, site of the Kristof family farm.
Who needs therapy when you can lunch at The Russian Tea Room?
Seymour Topping’s love of storytelling has been matched only by his love for his wife, Audrey.
As founding president of L. Raphael Geneve, Ronit Raphael has created a skincare system and group of spas worldwide to nourish the body. But she also encourages mind and spirit through her Seven Foundations of Beauty, her Teen Program and her quest to end child abuse.
Roseanne Cash – a daughter of country music and inspiration to a new generation of female artists – brings her new album “She Remembers Everything” to Ridgefield Playhouse April 16.
A new exhibit at The Museum at FIT plumbs the symbiosis between ballet’s central figure, the ballerina, and fashion designers in the half-century between the 1930s and ’80s.
Robert Sanders is a man on the move, a busy man, a Westchester man, the founder and chairman of Hospitality Resource Group Inc.
For Nicole Melichar, doubles is as much about collegiality as it is about strategy.
Choosing love gives you the ability to choose joy, says Scarlett Lewis, who founded the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement in honor of her younger son, killed in the Newtown shooting.
Painter Felicity L. Kostakis believes in the power of art – and kindness.
Bryan Knight’s master’s in environmental science was getting him nowhere fast. And then he found work as a male escort for men.
Fin de siècle Vienna comes to New York with “Madame d’Ora,” a Neue Galerie exhibition devoted to the Austrian fashion and portrait photographer. Her storied models ranged from Pablo Picasso to Josephine Baker to Colette, and her groundbreaking work had a decidedly sensuous appeal.
WAG caught up with Anastasia Cucinella and Debra O’Shea of Mary Jane Denzer before they headed off to Paris Fashion Week to get their thoughts on the year ahead in style.
Clip-ons make a statement.
For designer Jorge Adeler, jewelry is personal, individual and even spiritual.
Art, architecture and design elements influence the creations of David Howell & Company. In fact, the romance of the past forms the heart of this Bedford Hills-based jewelry firm that sells its accessories around the world.
Piret Aava, the self-styled Eyebrow Doctor, creates an eye-opening experience for those with thinning brows.
With Valentine’s Day looming, we’ll be lacquering up. But why wait until V-Day to rouge that pucker?
Kristina Cavallo’s passion for shoes has her Instagram followers clamoring for more.
Undulating through Greenwich’s bucolic backcountry, North Street is home to many grand estates, including this recently renovated stone and clapboard Georgian manor that’s perfectly situated on more than four level, landscaped acres.
The eternal appeal of romance in home design is captured in the work of Melinda Marquardt. The London-based artist founded The Vale London in 2017, a company that creates and provides textiles and wallpapers for the luxury interiors market.
The current residential real estate market in the tristate area currently favors buyers and not sellers. To attract current buyers first and foremost your home needs to be in tip-top shape
WAG revisits KD Spain, the Bridgeport-based lifestyle brand of fabric designer Kate Spain and her husband, Pete, who handles the business side of the company. The duo catches us up on their side-by-side work, including details of the new rug collection, eye heart hand, which focuses on sustainable production and was recently installed in public spaces at the Delamar Greenwich Harbor.
The shell mosaics known today as sailors’ valentines were a popular gift from seafaring men to the women who waited at home.
They lead to three old cities, which, having been spruced up and reinvented, offer new delights.
Wanderer Barbara Barton Sloane snuggles up with Lake Placid at Whiteface Lodge.
Luggage, flights and ? that will have you traveling in style.
It’s official: California has come to Westchester in the form of Maple & Rose, a clean, contemporary café just opened on the first floor of the tony Grand Street Lofts building on Mamaroneck Avenue.
I have never found climate change deniers in the world of wine, because they are living it and are seeing it in their daily experiences in the vineyard.
What’s Cooking columnist Rajni Menon offers her take on the spicy fish curry Meen Molee – Lobster Molee.
Summer bodies are made in the winter, and in this case, at home.
“When we used to hire in our practice, where they went to school and did their training was at the bottom of the list,” says Jeffrey Green, founder of The Heart Center in Stamford. “We would ask, ‘Is this the kind of person I would trust my patients with?’”
Community is at the heart of White Plains Hospital cardiologist James Peacock.
Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States. But the good news is that it’s 80 percent preventable. White Plains Hospital.
For patients with excess skin or stretch marks, who’ve done all they can with diet, exercise and a healthy lifestyle, a tummy tuck may be in order.
WAG’s wellness expert Giovanni Roselli talks with Anthony Renna about his new book, “Be Like the Best – A Guide to Reaching the Top of the Fitness Profession.”
Her coloring suggests a storm cloud ready to burst. But this Stormi is a real social butterfly, with butterfly ears to match.
The SPCA is looking to create a state-of-the-art campus where two- and four-legged creatures can find comfort and a hopeful future.