Archive | September, 2010

Misericordia @ PRISM

Posted on 29 September 2010

PC Valmorbida and Jared Najjar celebrated the opening of Misericordia, Brent Bolthouse, Atlanta de Cadenet, Stavros Niarchos, Bettina Korek, Piero Golia, Gustavo Godoy, Esthella Provas, Rachel Zoe & Rodger Berman, Mario Testino among others explored Misericordia at PRISM, which will be open to the public during regular gallery hours, through December 4th, 2010. The exhibition […]

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EXHALE Spa – NYC

Posted on 25 September 2010

The philosophy of Exhale mind body spa is simple: The breath connects the mind to the body and exhale is a path to transformation to achieve an overall wellbeing. This sanctuary founded in 2002 that has now several locations through the US (even Turks and Caicos) is truly a one of a kind place to […]

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The Abbey – West Hollywood

Posted on 23 September 2010

I thought I had been to the Abbey, but when I arrived at the Abbey the other night for dinner, I realized that I was mistaken. What I remembered about the Abbey was a tiny little patio with coffee and pastries. This Abbey, in the heart of West Hollywood, is said to be “the BEST […]

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Korin Faught, Krista Huot and Mia @ Corey Helford Gallery

Posted on 21 September 2010

The best things in life come in threes, and on September 25, Corey Helford Gallery is proud to launch its fall exhibition schedule with new works by a trio of major female talents: Korin Faught, Krista Huot and Mia. For the show, each artist presents her unique voice with a collection of stunning new works, […]

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La Prairie at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, NYC

Posted on 17 September 2010

If a downtown’er like me is always in search for the one very good reason to make it uptown, the La Prairie at The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Central Park certainly is one very good reason. On that pre-autumnal day of September I left my West Village nest to experience the full elegance of a true uptown […]

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28th Annual American Food & Wine Festival – Los Angeles

Posted on 15 September 2010

Tickets are now on sale online for this fall’s star-studded, epicurean event and fundraiser, the American Wine & Food Festival, to be held September 25, on the Universal Studios Backlot. Tickets and event information are available at www.awff.org/tickets. The festival welcomes back Audi as a presenting sponsor, and announces premiere sponsors The Cosmopolitan of Las […]

Pó – West Village

Posted on 08 September 2010

On a slightly overcast day, a delicious meal with the feeling of home is hard to top. We had the opportunity to sample some of the high-caliber Italian food on offer at Pó, located on the relatively quiet Cornelia Street in the West Village. What first appeared an expansive restaurant when I first entered, I […]

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Haute Scents – Byredo Parfums

Posted on 08 September 2010

September invites a fresh feeling of new smells, crisp cool days and the ideal time to start using a fashionable scent. As the calendar closes down on the lazy Summer and makes way for hardworking Autumn, it seems appropriate to invest a little extra in a few great seasonal scents. Rather than purchasing one perfume […]

Soho Grand Hotel – NYC

Posted on 07 September 2010

The Soho Grand is a hip hotel but that goes without saying. This hotel is also a celebration of Soho itself with its’ holy stairs leading up to the grand lobby and I don’t mean “holy” in biblical terms. The holes on the stairs perfectly match the city streets of Soho. I didn’t notice it […]

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Privé Salon – Soho, NYC

Posted on 07 September 2010

With a pounding headache perfectly matching my dull, dried out hair as a result of the previous nights’ festivities, I headed down to the Privé salon conveniently located right next door to the hotel I was staying at, the Soho Grand. Privé is a salon that sits very cleverly on the line between pretentious and […]

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My Last Supper at the Palihouse Courtyard

Posted on 03 September 2010

C.C. Wright
Enjoying your meal is all about enjoying the meal I always say. Palihouse had me thoroughly enjoying my meal. In any case, it could have happily been one of my last meals. My experience began not with cuisine, but with the front entrance where I forgot I was in Hollywood.

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