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New York City quarterly luxury magazine that features fashion, jewelry, designers, the arts and dining.
Promenade is a New York City luxury quarterly magazine distributed in Manhattan hotel rooms and residences. It covers fashion, jewelry, designers, the arts and dining.
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One of the most crucial accessories to accompany you this holiday season — from Thanksgiving dinner to company Christmas parties — is inarguably the clutch. It’s a relatively small thing that can pack a big punch.
One of the most crucial accessories to accompany you this holiday season — from Thanksgiving dinner to company Christmas parties — is inarguably the clutch.
"Rainy season, snow season, slush season — all things that make us want to take cover immediately. Sure, a coat is good for warmth and covering up our arms, but nothing quite does the trick like a hood..."
City Guide NY
These native New Yorkers are currently starring on Broadway. Read more about them here.
Downtown With REINSTEIN/ROSS' Andrew Schloss
"At the just-opened store on Gansevoort Street, the traditions of onsite ancient goldsmithing continue adjacent to a new modern gallery showcasing the work of jewelry artists inspired by the fashion world..."
Home Plates - Eye-Catching Dishes
Serve it up in style this fall with a variety of eye-catching dishes that will garner you some serious dinner party clout. With classic patterns, subtle details, and bold and bright edges, these plates function as both conversation and serving pieces for elegant entertaining. Bon appétit!
NYC Restaurant Profile: Beautique's Craig Hopson
The Executive Chef on cuisine that’s “simple enough to be recognizable but creative enough to be foodie-worthy.”
Luxe List: Kids Coats
"Inspired by TOM FORD's new line of children’s leather jackets, we have sought out some of the cutest, boldest, and downright fabulous pieces that girls and boys will want to wear this winter..."
Amy Poehler talked to Seth Myers about her new book, Yes Please, at 92nd Street Y...
By Kaitlin Ahern “Writing is very hard. It’s like I Am Legend. It’s terrible, never do it.” — Amy Poehler There are a few things Amy Poehler doesn’t like to do. One of them is running, the concept of which seems to absolutely baffle her: “It’s the least favorite thing I like to do in the world,” she…
Promenade Luxe List - Ten Fresh Ways to Wear Orange This Fall and Winter
"This year, rather than give in and consume copious amounts of sugar, we’ve decided to take up a new challenge and find ways to wear the usually difficult hue of orange. Luckily, this fall’s offerings make the task a lot easier than anticipated, from a brightly hued faux-fur jacket to an eminently wearable checked sweater. Somehow, wearing orange has become a whole lot more appealing than eating it..."
Mikhail Baryshnikov : A Different Role for Dance's Darling
"He’s the founder and driving force of the Baryshnikov Arts Center on West 37th Street. “I never knew that it would bloom into such a formidable institution,” he says. “It’s really very exciting..."
Photo: Annie Leibovitz
Shopping on Spring Street
"No matter what you seek (be it ready-to-wear or simply a stroll and a cappuccino), you’re certain to find it shopping along Spring Street in SoHo..."
Pictured: Damien Hirst spin plate from Moma Design Store
Marchesa's Georgina Chapman - The Style Interview
"Georgina Chapman and her business partner, Keren Craig, dress the stars for the red carpet: Naomi Watts, Katie Holmes, Kylie Minogue, and Heidi Klum are among the many. Now there is a heady fragrance, lavish handbags, tabletop and giftware, bridal, an offshoot line, Marchesa Notte, and the newest line, Voyage, for everyday wear. Very busy..."
Promenade Luxe List - Wrap Stars
"We’re smack dab in the middle of the season when puffer coats are, well, too darn puffy and thin wool blazers not quite enough. Enter the scarf..."
Luxe List: Caped Crusaders
"The cape has become a mainstay of top designers’ fall-winter collections, and is just the piece to buy now and relish having later. Here are NYC's must-have capes for moving from fall to winter..."
Autumn's Amazing Colors
We’ve collected some of fall’s most tempting hues for an alluring beauty palette.
Photos by Roberta Fineberg Photography
Luxe List - Where to Find Fall's Finest Knits in New York City
"...There’s a piece that will seamlessly fit into every closet, from Saint Laurent’s plaid must-have with a twist of sparkle to The Row’s voluminous blanket-like topper. Cozy up to one of our ten picks and you’ll find the coming months a whole lot more stylish — and bearable."
Oceana / Love Letters Event - 9/19/2014
Wolverine NYC Event - 9/26/2014
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Luxe List - The Paris Review
Where to find the top Paris Fashion Week designers in NYC
At long last, Paris Fashion Week is here — and with it comes the sights and sounds that only the City of Light can offer. To get into that "je ne sais quoi" spirit, we’ve sought out some of our favorite pieces to be seen on the Paris runways. Luckily, these looks are as suitable on Broadway as on the Grands Boulevards.
A Bold Autumn at The Metropolitan Opera
Among the season’s choices: a broadly romantic Le Nozze di Figaro (James Levine conducting) and two vastly different Macbeths: Verdi’s demanding Macbetto and Shostakovich’s daring Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.
Photo: Anna Netrebko as Lady Macbeth in Verdi’s Macbetto. Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera
Luxe List: Ciao, Milano
Two weeks in, and halfway through fashion month, the sartorial set’s migration to Milan is a welcome prospect. The Italian shows promise an eclectic mix of majors and up-and-comers. Italian Vogue’s Who Is On Next? competition has discovered some seriously fierce talent (ie: Marco de Vincenzo).
And there’s no lack of spectacle from the big houses, whether you prefer Miuccia Prada’s intellectual creativity or Jeremy Scott at Moschino’s clever whimsy. To relish in all things Italiano, we’ve picked out some of our fave fall offerings from a wide-ranging crop of designers — luckily, all currently available stateside.
Letters Man: Talking With Brian Dennehy
Photo: ARI MINTZ Photography
Brian Dennehy, known for playing tough guys on film — and iconic American dramatic roles on stage — is taking a tender turn in the revival of Love Letters Broadway.
Promenade Luxe List : London Calling
This week, the fashion flock decamped to London — and with it the promise of ready-to-wear that pushes boundaries in ways that the English do best. From relative newbies that have shot to fame within a few seasons (e.g., Simone Rocha, Shrimps) to cult faves like Christopher Kane, and the established houses of Burberry and Stella McCartney, there is something for everyone to ogle.
For Spring 2015, expect presentations at the utterly stylish Somerset House and underground venues in the city’s East End. To celebrate all things Brit, we’ve culled together some of our fave UK designers whose pieces are luckily available on this side of the Atlantic.
Wild for Wilde: London's Renowned Hotel Cafe Royal and the Oscar Wilde Bar -
Luxe List - New York Fashion Month
To get in the spirit, we scoured the stores for goods by some of our favorite NYC-based designers. Slip on one of these pieces from the Fall 2014 collections as you prepare to take in the Spring 2015 shows...
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"Whether you like your peridot rock-sized or used as an accent piece, we’ve rounded up ten styles certain to please the most discerning of gemstone connoisseurs..."
Luxe List: Coveting Color
For the first time in quite a while, New York City seems to be eschewing the tried-and-true urban black wardrobe for brighter pastures. Inspired by the multitude of cheery shades around Manhattan, we’ve rounded up ten of our favorite finds across the city’s boutiques and famed department stores.
Fall Museum Spotlight:
A Brief History of New York at New-York Historical Society
Pictured: Proposed Coat of Arms for New Amsterdam, ca. 1630. Black ink, wash, watercolor, chalk, gouache. New-York Historical Society, Gift of J. Carson Brevoort
The Fall 2014 Broadway and Off-Broadway Guide
Featuring: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time on Broadway, Honeymoon in Vegas, Side Show on Broadway, THE ILLUSIONISTS, The Last Ship, and more.
The smART List: Six Events Not to Be Missed in NYC This Fall
Featuring The Jewish Museum, Fall for Dance Festival, Asia Society, New York Philharmonic, Blythe Danner, Cher
White Hot: Ten Looks for the Last Days of Summer (and Beyond)
"From the chicest of button-ups to sleek footwear, these are pieces that are total keepers, wearable whenever and wherever you choose. Prepare to eschew staid dressing rules and transition into fall and (gulp) winter effortlessly with any of these key styles. Our only advice is to keep some Shout wipes handy so your whites remain pristine..."
By the Beautiful Sea - In the Caribbean and Portugal
Aboard Seabourn's Sojourn and Douro Azul's Spirit of Chartwell
Prints, Please! Ten Alternatives to Wearing Black This Summer
"Eschew the tried-and-true little black dress — temporarily, of course — and reach for one of these lovely printed looks culled from some of our favorite New York City shops..."
Ten Stylish Ways to Survive the Office A/C: Capes, Wraps, Cardigans & More:
"Summer has become the official season for layering. Hence, we recommend snatching up a chic cardigan or cozy poncho to wear when that tissue-thin dress just won’t do indoors..."
Summer Spotlight on Reebok Sports Club/NY
Summer Museum Spotlight: The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Pictured: Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864–1901). La Troupe de Mademoiselle Églantine (Mademoiselle Églantine’s Troupe). 1896. Lithograph, sheet: 24 1/4 x 31 1/4 in. (61.6 x 79.4 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, 1940
2014 Summer Restaurant Week Highlights, including KRISTALBELLI Hakkasan New York David Burke Fishtail & more
Ready for Rubies
"While rubies can be riotously expensive, they are undoubtedly timeless. We’ve rounded up a list of our top ten picks from antiques to lust after to newbies for dreaming about. Now’s the time to find a ruby of your very own..."
Pictured: REINSTEIN/ROSS Ruby Isabella necklace chain
Multi-Million Dollar Living
Take a peek inside two of the city’s most exclusive properties, on the Upper East Side and in Tribeca, respectively.
Summer Broadway Spotlight: ROCKY Broadway
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