“What’s good for the goose is good for the gander,” as my beloved Aunt Mary always said. And so half a year after our January “Fascinating Men” issue, we take a break from our annual July food/hospitality issue to offer instead “Fascinating Women.”
As you probably know by now, we’re going back to the moon. The Trump administration has set a goal for NASA to get there…
Ninety years after her birth and 25 after her death, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis remains an enticing, enigmatic an avatar of American womanhood.
Whether telling stories in print, on film or in person, former first lady Michelle Obama stays classy.
During one of the many dramatic moments in the unending freefall that is Brexit, an observer nonetheless saw reason for optimism. “Those girls are…
Composer Angélica Negrón uses technology to find music in nature.
The cardinal elements – earth, water, fire and air – all play roles in the works of far-ranging artist Michele Oka Doner.
NBC’s Natalie Morales uses her talents and skills to combat Alzheimer’s, which took her mother-in-law’s life.
ESPN’s Sage Steele is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in, be it antidiscrimination in sports, veterans causes and support for Alzheimer’s sufferers and caregivers.
A visit to the home-studio of Susan Obrant reveals the seemingly unending creativity of this fashion and costume designer, painter and illustrator.
Photographer Allyson Monson’s work is bold, reflecting her background in interior design. She showcases her work at home-décor shops in Rye, Scarsdale and Westport, but her booth at the Architectural Digest Design Show in Manhattan offered proof that she’s ready to expand her reach.
Prior to sitting down for her WAG interview, Juanita T. James returned to her office at Fairfield County’s Community Foundation as the newly minted winner of the Martha S. Newman Award, the highest honor presented by the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy.
It’s no exaggeration to say that award-winning actress, singer and mother Laura Benanti can do it all.
Not to be vulgar, but Mia Schipani is a badass. And it takes one to know one.
The three Cartwright sisters may have separate passions and personalities, but luckily for the family business, their differences converge under one glorious tent (rental company, that is).
Tennis delivered Stacey Allaster into a brilliant life. As the USTA’s chief executive, professional tennis, she’s determined to give back in part by mentoring girls and women.
I would describe my introduction and ensuing meeting and interview with Rose McInerney as serendipitous.
It was the evening of Nov. 6, 2018, and Annie Lamont was on pins and needles in a Hartford hotel suite. Her husband, Ned…
Looking for unusual, fresh blooms and arrangements? Look no further than The Flower Bar in Larchmont.
If there’s one thing we quickly learned in the search for Westchester and Fairfield’s most fascinating women, it was that we were going to be hard put to keep the list to 40.
While it’s only July, some things are worth waiting a few months for. One such example is the upcoming exhibition, “Sparkling Amazons: Abstract Expressionist Women of the 9th Street Show” at the Katonah Museum of Art.
Design is not merely decorative. Designers are influenced by many things. But the spark of creating is often started by the need to solve a problem.
The works of Wendell Castle (1932-2018), one the foremost names in the American studio craft furniture, are viewed as increasingly significant in 20th-century design.
It’s fair to say that Florence Knoll was the most influential figure in corporate interior design in America from the 1940s to the 1970s. The principles she championed created the efficient, open-plan, user-friendly environment that characterizes most office environments, and many homes, today.
Hudson Valley artist and independent curator Carla Goldberg is in the midst of transitions – a new home, a new studio and a new exhibition that recaps her past 10 years of work.
Jeremy Wayne visits Sardinia and says he doesn’t always like to be beside the seaside
The hills were alive with the sound of … cowbells!
Take advantage of the hot new trend: extended cruising – on Regent Seven Seas Explorer
A simple search led me to this hidden, beloved gem that is both a vegetarian restaurant – now vegan for about the last three years – and feminist bookstore rolled into one enchanting establishment.
If you can’t stand the noise, come early in the week and early in the day, says Jeremy Wayne
I have known about the Nebbiolo grape, Barolo and Barbaresco wines and Pio Cesare winery for decades, but recently they all came into critical…
As the daughter of immigrant parents whose own story is fascinating and borders on unbelievable, Myrna was taught at a very young age she could do anything she wanted to in life if she put her mind, heart and hard work into it.
Women are increasingly worried about breast implants. In 2016, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons reported that 400,000 women in the United States had…
Johnny is a 5-month-old Golden Retriever/Australian Shepherd mix whose stunning blue eyes are mesmerizing.
(ANCAR) is a Bedford-based dog rescue started in 2011 by mother-daughter team Sharon and Sophia Silverman that has found a unique way to improve the lives of homeless animals.