Welcoming May WAG!
Welcoming May WAG!
A new exhibit at the Greenwich Historical Society charts the town’s history through gardens majestically manicured and casually creative.
Jan Johnsen’s passion for flowers has led to a successful career in landscape design and a new book, “Floratopia.”
Their restored Gilded Age mansion in Orange County, Glenmere, may well be the finest small hotel in North America.
The Untermyer Gardens Conservancy’s odyssey from Gilded Age glory to 1970s urban squalor and horror to resplendent 21st-century resurrection is the subject of Caroline Seebohm’s recent book “Paradise on the Hudson: The Creation, Loss, and Revival of a Great American Garden.”
Of all the celebrated and powerful who strode the rooms of Wave Hill House and savored its conservatory, gardens and scenic pergola, few were more fascinating than fiery maestro Arturo Toscanini, whose authoritative passion, acute ear, attention to detail and photographic memory have made his name a benchmark of classical music conducting.
Most people are aware of the concept of endangered and extinct species within the animal kingdom, but less common is knowledge about plants and trees that have either been brought to the brink of oblivion or pushed into the extinguishing abyss.
Field Point, an exquisite custom-built stone Georgian with 340 feet of private Long Island Sound shoreline and breathtaking panoramic views, was designed by the award-winning Norwalk architectural firm Shope Reno Wharton, to exemplify luxury waterfront living of the highest caliber.
Whether you use flowers from your garden, a florist, a farmstand or a supermarket, Wares columnist Cami Weinstein writes, bring them inside and enjoy them in your home.
Floral painting is one of the oldest and best-loved genres, transcending time and place.
If success has taken Federico Cannata to Milan and the upper echelons of the fashion world and fashion photography – he has photographed the likes of Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Edie Campbell, as well as worked with Alberta Ferretti, Emilio Pucci and Dolce & Gabbana among other big-name brands – his heart remains in Sicily.
WAG spotlights the new and noteworthy
Judith Ripka, a luxury jewelry label that’s been part of Xcel Brands since 2011, is ready for a brick-and-mortar relaunch with a new store targeted to open at The Westchester in White Plains on June 7.