Members and guests of the Greenwich Antiques Society produced quite a few “oohs and ahs” during the May 4 lecture on Shangri La that…Read More
Get ready for the island breezes – and the dazzling treasures. The Greenwich Antiques Society will take its guests on a virtual trip to…Read More
It’s already been a few weeks, but I can still vividly recall the way I felt when I first stepped into the new Tiffany…Read More
Photographs courtesy Museum of the City of New York When you step into “Gilded New York,” which recently opened at the Museum of the…Read More
Doris Duke, the American heiress and philanthropist, created a Hawaiian retreat called Shangri La in the late 1930s. The elaborate exploration of Islamic arts was ahead of its time – and continues to dazzle decades after it was built.Read More
Those with an interest in style, home design or simply a great “New York story” will want to visit “The World of D.D. and Leslie Tillett,” the first retrospective of the work of New York textile designers whose names are not really known outside the field.
Donald Albrecht, a curator of the exhibition that opened this week at the Museum of the City of New York, tells us in WAG’s current issue that sharing the Tilletts’ story not only is timely but fits into the museum’s mission.
The Museum of the City of New York is a destination worth a visit by everyone who has an interest in the city. Exhibits are New York-based, giving ample time in the spotlight to everything from history to fashion, economics to interior design.Read More