WAG’s September “Fascinating Fashions” issue could well be served alfredo, Bolognese or fra diavolo, as it salutes in part Italy’s contributions to fashion and beauty.
The universality of the Yankee cap and the tides of design appropriation.
Dennis Basso is larger than life – Falstaffian of figure and wit, stentorian of voice and big and bold in his thinking about fashion and his career in design.
Tyler Ellis, daughter of fashion designer Perry Ellis, has made a name for herself with her sumptuous handbag line.
Once occupying first-floor real estate in The Westchester in White Plains, the store has relocated to the second floor in a more than 3,000-square-foot space that marries the modern to the traditional, the industrial to the romantic.
Vera Neumann was an artist turned textile designer who famously lived in an award-winning Marcel Breuer-designed home in Croton-on-Hudson. Her home goods and signature scarves, avidly collected today by fashionistas of all ages, highlighted a career celebrated in “Vera Paints a Scarf” at the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan.
Silk designer Ania Zofia turned an early career in finance into an international passion for fashion.
ArtsWestchester is taking public art to new heights – literally.
In a collaboration with artist Amanda Browder, the top of the
9-story building that serves as the arts organization’s headquarters in downtown White Plains will be sheathed in a colorful canopy that will cascade along its sides.
“Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion,” a tribute to the pioneer of Space Age fashion and futuristic design, continues through Jan. 5 at the Brooklyn Museum.
An interview with Sebastian Grey, recent winner of “Project Runway.”
Susana Correa-Vial’s Suzani World Designs company, based in Greenwich, features accessories and textiles that teem with color, pattern, texture and life.
The New Britain Museum of American Art showcases portraits and other paintings by members of the National Academy of Design.
Some 45 years on, Prutting & Co. Master Builders’ reputation is virtually without equal.
The first time Izabela O’Brien heard the word “autism” applied to her oldest daughter, Alina, she dropped to her knees and wasn’t sure she’d get back up. Now her Fearless Angel Project, which holds its fifth anniversary gala Sept. 28 at Greenwich Country Club, helps others attain the kind of intensive therapy that has enabled Alina to thrive.
Sometimes a chair is more than a chair. “The Chair Show,” opening Sept. 28 in White Plains, explores the creativity, forms and traditions of seating.
Alessandra Vicedomini’s warmth, playfulness and charisma translate into subtly sensuous clothes.
This exceptional custom-built, LEED-certified house — with a concrete-and-steel-framed exterior designed by architect Amanda Martocchio and built in 2016 by Hobbs Inc. — lets…
A Gilded Age home in Southport — on the market today for $2,895,000 – is a stunning example of Second Empire style.
WAG talks to Karen Tolchin of Current Home in Scarsdale about its service COMPLETE By Current Home designed to help homeowners refresh a room – or entire interior.
The power of eight: The world’s only known residential “octagon house” is now open to the public.
Fashion and design are intrinsically entwined as both are functional yet fun, can contribute to our well-being and share a relationship that can be easily explored.
With jewelry, everything old is new again.
If you are in need of a new skincare routine, the Exfolikate products are here for you.
Altar’d State, coming to The Westchester Sept. 5, offers charming, affordable fashions for the millennial set but with a goal of giving back to others.
What makes Italian beauty products so special? A recent panel discussion at the Italian Trade Commission in Manhattan sought to answer just that.
The McLaren Vision Collection is as cool as its sleek sports and supercars.
No serious Francophile can afford to miss France’s second city, says Jeremy Wayne.
Stockholm offers an unparalleled example of the old and the new.
In her neverending quest to remain a size 4 at 63, Wanderer Debbi K. Kickham revisited Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires, which, she says, takes your health to a whole new plane.
Douro, the Greenwich Mediterranean restaurant, gets a sleek new look and a menu tweak as it moves up Greenwich Avenue to the marquee former Putnam Trust Co. building.
Sick of horrible hospital food? Resort-style room service and cafeterias are the answer, thanks to star chef Andrew Cain.
Doug Paulding follows up his “Wine Tasting Journal” (Peter Pauper Press) with a “Spirits Tasting Journal” early next year. So what better way to announce it than with a column on whiskey, er, whisky, which is having another moment.
Facial plastic surgery is not without its risks.
Our wellness guru Giovanni Roselli talks with wife Stacey about using movement and multisensory experiences to help children with dyslexia learn to read at The Reading Village, the business she started in 2014.
The Dog Chapel on Vermont’s Dog Mountain offers a place of solace and reflection for two- and four-legged creatures alike.