Archive | October, 2012

Mirror Lake Inn – Lake Placid

Posted on 31 October 2012

An early morning’s drive from New York City will have you at Lake Placid’s Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa in time to enjoy lunch overlooking the lake. This AAA 4 Diamond rated hotel is just minutes from Lake Placid’s Olympic Village, but just far enough away to indulge in the serene glow of Mirror […]

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Beverly Hills Hotel & Bungalows – Beverly Hills

Posted on 31 October 2012

At the top of Rodeo Drive and Sunset Boulevard sits The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows, a classic Californian luxury hideaway known for playing host to Hollywood’s elite. Built in 1912, Beverly Hills was literally built around the pink facade of this iconic hotel. You’ll fall in love with Beverly Hills Hotel’s 204 guest rooms […]

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Hershesons Blow Dry Bar – London

Posted on 30 October 2012

Hershesons,  London’s leading hair salon and “anti-salon”, Blow Dry Bar offers spiffy signature chairs and wash-sinks as well as stylists across the area are doing wrist exercises to prepare for their auditions. It’s almost time. Hershesons Blow Dry Bar is an innovative concept created around a very simple idea: No cuts. No color. Just blowouts. […]

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Minilofts – Berlin

Posted on 28 October 2012

Berlin’s Minilofts are a great way to make Berlin feel like your home away from home while on vacation. However, I’m certain your home is not as chic, modern, and spacious as the Minilofts unless you are one of the loft’s innovative architects such as Britta Jurgens or Matthew Griffin. My miniloft helped my stay […]

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BKLYN Dry Goods

Posted on 25 October 2012

Brooklyn Dry Goods is brought to you by Jahn Hall & Kurt Uhlendorf, and born & bred by insatiable curiosity & a love of vintage. I had a recent late night excursion to their facility to view the showroom and play a little dress up and boy did I have a field day. With a […]

Lauba House presents Kristian Kozul

Posted on 24 October 2012

  16 October–30 November 2012   Lauba House Baruna Filipovića 23a Zagreb, Croatia Hours: Mon–Fri & Sun 3–11pm Sat 11–11pm T  +38516 302 115 info@lauba.hr www.lauba.hr   Lauba House is proud to present a new series of work from one of Croatia’s most promising contemporary artists, Kristian Kožul. Rumor, oral tradition and contemporary mythology are […]

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Will Leather Goods

Posted on 18 October 2012

Bill Adler has opened his Will Leather Goods storefront this week in Venice,CA. Adler who is a Detroit native has been innovating great design in the world of leather of leather since the 70′s. His love affair began while pursuing his acting career, where he took a sabbatical to develop the early line of belts, […]

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The Arch – London

Posted on 15 October 2012

Near Hyde Park sits The Arch London, an exercise in reinvention, creativity, and comfort. It’s fitting that it shares the name of the nearby triumphant arch, as the hotel is victorious in what it has set out to achieve. Each room is unique, much like the infinitely varied personalities of the plucky British people. Set […]

The Editors Eye

Posted on 14 October 2012

  Barney’s recently held the book signing of Vogue’s “The Editors Eye”. Being a self proclaimed “fashion aficionado”  I was stunned at the opportunity to be in the room with such personalities as Grace Coddington, who is profiled in the book. As I entered the floor of the Chelsea Passage at Barneys I was pleased to be […]

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Gild Hall – A Thompson Hotel

Posted on 13 October 2012

  Gild Hall is a fall and winter travelers must for hospitality and destination. Gild Hall, which is Thompson Hotel, that opened in  2008 and designed by Jim Walrod is set on a niche corner in New York’s financial district, evoking sort of this gentlemen’s club appeal. The decor of each room is a mix […]

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Corinthia Hotel – London

Posted on 13 October 2012

Hotels these days are really pushing the boundaries in terms of trying to offer as much as possible; outlandish design and mechanized service. I’m glad to say that the Corinthia Hotel holds their standards to a high point, without sacrificing anything in the process. Now I know this might be getting a bit too far […]

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Gore Hotel – 190 Queens Gate, London

Posted on 10 October 2012

Built in 1892, The Gore blends the characteristics of a Victorian era art-lover’s grand private home with the relaxed ambience of a decadent private members’ club.

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“FLYAWAY HOME” by Sarah Elgart

Posted on 10 October 2012

  A PERFORMANCE SERIES (LAX BUS TERMINAL) OCT. 13, 8:00PM & October 14, 7:00PM Choreographer and Director Sarah Elgart presents an encore of her 2011 performance, FLYAWAY HOME, a reflective, ambient and movement-based performance work that travels through and responds to the scale and the architecture of the Van Nuys Flyaway bus terminal, while exploring […]

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Eurostar: St. Pancras to Gare Du Nord

Posted on 05 October 2012

Eurostar is a fabulous way to travel; it was everything expected and more. My colleague and I boarded the train at St. Pancras station in London with plans to go to Brussels, Belgium. St. Pancras was well organized making it easy to find our train. St. Pancras also offered no-charge “easy-cart’s” accessible, right at the […]

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