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St. Patrick’s Day Favorites in New York City

March 17, 2014

NEW YORK, US – If you didn’t wear green today, no doubt you’ve been in a “pinch” to find something emerald hued to head out in for St. Patrick’s Day festivities tonight. And if you happen to be in New York, oh what a festive night it’s shaping up to… (more)
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Winter Getaway Packing List: New Year’s Eve in New York City

December 30, 2013

NEW YORK, US – Winter festivities have already taken flight, and New Year’s Eve is right on the horizon. This (new) year, we’ve decided to head to the Big Apple to party it up in high fashion. With its glamorous crowd, bright lights, and swanky nightlife venues, we couldn’t imagine… (more)
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Work with Pleasure at New York City Business-Friendly Hotels

December 23, 2013

NEW YORK, US – Corporate retreats and business trips might seem more like dry work obligations than exciting travel opportunities. But when the trip is to New York City (for those insanely lucky business travelers), the otherwise work-focused agenda can also bring some much-needed fun. And while we’re totally onboard… (more)
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Erika Marie from Fashion Chalet Talks Barney’s, Bracelets, and Brier Creek Commons

December 15, 2013

In the years since Erika Marie de Palol started Fashion Chalet, the stylista has appeared on the website of most every major fashion glossy (Glamour, Teen Vogue, New York magazine’s The Cut), as well as on store websites from Urban Outfitters to Jeffrey Campbell. Erika, in turn, has continued living… (more)
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Holiday Villages at Iconic New York Sights

December 9, 2013

NEW YORK, US – It doesn’t take a trip to Barneys New York or Century 21 to know that New Yorkers love to drop a dime on extravagant inessentials. The city is a backdrop for constant disposable-income transactions, from threaded eyebrows at Shobha to vintage duds at Resurrection. But in… (more)
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Friday Finds: Spiritual Awakenings

December 6, 2013

December is the time of year when spirits run highest—and rightfully so. The most festive month deserves nothing less than our full celebration, however many glasses of eggnog, hard cider, or hot toddies that may entail. Across our cities, businesses are inviting seasonal cheer and abundant carousal into their homes… (more)
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Black Friday Finds

November 29, 2013

Yesterday we gave thanks for our favorite things, like body treatments at George V Spa in Paris and the cocktails at Centro in Beijing. We expressed our gratitude for swanky Mediterranean tables like Bocca di Lupo in London, and shared our appreciation for fabulous music collection at Amoeba Music and… (more)
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The Perfect Excuse for Fried Fare: Thanksgivukkah in Los Angeles and New York

November 18, 2013

LOS ANGELES and NEW YORK, US – There’s a new term circulating for the holiday phenomenon coming up next week: Thanksgivukkah. It’s the first time that the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah (which begins this year at sundown on November 27) and Thanksgiving (November 28) will overlap. The holiday’s start date… (more)
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Meet Molly Yeh of My Name Is Yeh

November 17, 2013

Molly Yeh refuses to be backed into any one corner, and so does her blog. The bubbly personality behind My Name is Yeh is not only an avowed foodie—she’s contributed to Food52 and Time Out New York’s food section, among others—but she earned a percussion degree from Juilliard and charts… (more)
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Friday Finds: Cold-Weather Cuppa Competition

November 15, 2013

As temperatures plummet, we’re prone to making up for lost degrees in furious fits of warm beverage-drinking. And while coffee might keep us going energy-wise in wintry climates, a cup of joe is not (quite) enough to thaw our shivering selves. No, even these caffeine addicts need to turn to… (more)
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