We round up some of the finest luxury hotels and resorts that will be opening by the end of 2016.
We present the livestream of Tom Ford’s fashion show in New York.
With fashion week set to kick off later soon, we take a look at three major changes that will be sweeping New York.
Named a New York City landmark in 1998, The Temple Court Building and Annex has returned as The Beekman Hotel, bringing back Victorian era designs.
Another award wining chef is embracing the vegetable kingdom with his new restaurant.
Book a ticket to the Big Apple for a wide selection of accommodation options in country’s top Pokémon Go hotspots.
Harry Winston pays tribute to New York City with the label’s first high jewelry evening clutch, the New York Companion.
The history of Western fashion is on display in five exhibits, from Paris and New York to London and Venice.
Those procrastinating on that much needed vacation can rest easy with these new round-the-world itineraries.
British model Jourdan Dunn, together with seven other talented personalities are muse for Kate Spade’s campaign this fall.
The Costume Institute in New York brings decades of fashion to the world this fall.
Good news for art fans in the Big Apple: more European art spaces are seeking to open galleries in New York.
The late musician’s much-loved private collection of art work is set to be sold at the end or the year, after an international tour.
Bright colors, New York symbols and graffiti art comes out to play in this very street-style collection.
The award-winning chef is set to make a return to the Big Apple with a new as-yet unnamed restaurant.
The hotel will close for renovation to convert most rooms into residential property. Neither the owners nor Hilton, which operates it, have commented.
With the eagerly awaited Maison & Objet still months away, these are some exhibits across the world to scratch your design itch.
Setting sail for the Big Apple, the brand ship is making waves with its new makeover.
The famous museum pays tribute to the 20th century architecture with a major exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of his birth.
A special social club for creative and entrepreneurial industry leaders opens in New York’s Tribeca