Walking around Chelsea the other day, I spied a chic, new fitness space called CULTURE. Part “urban country club,” part 1-on-1 athletic studio. It was the perfect setting for my post about Comes With Baggage, a collection of clutches that
Knowledge is power. And, nowhere is that more important than when it comes to well-being. From diet and exercise to relaxation and sleep, knowing what you actually do (vs. what you think you do) is the first step toward setting
Remember Will Lanier, the King of CrossFit? Well, he’s back. And, in a big way. He’s running a new box, Brick, which opened just two months ago in Chelsea. With over 400 members, it’s taking the city’s CrossFit scene by
In the shadow of the High Line is Waking by British artists Gilbert & George. The artists, themselves, are positioned in the center (the ultimate selfie), surrounded by a group of young children. Not wanting to shelter their art from
Meet my neighbor, The High Line. I fully realize that it’s, essentially, just an old railroad track with some well-thought-out landscaping, but, like most New Yorkers, there’s something about it that I find endlessly enchanting. It’s not nearly as manicured
The newest “STORY” just opened and this one is, hands-down, my favorite. The concept: it’s a retail space with “the point of view of a magazine, changes like a gallery and sells things like a store.” Every four to eight
Dressed up. In high gear. Objet d’art. Jacket: DKNY (Madison Avenue store exclusive). Dress: Cynthia Steffe. Booties: Me Too. Jewelry: David Yurman. Clutch: St. John. Sunglasses: CHANEL. Nails: Midnight Cami/Essie. Images by Sam Chung Photography.