With a starting bid of $8 to $12 million, this Rodin classic will be very dear indeed.
It is time to start updating your wardrobe for Spring/Summer 2016. We check out some celebrity collaborations for the season.
The oak chair used by the novelist billionaire was sold in New York for 14 times the price it last fetched at auction.
The luxury French fashion house finally makes sets up shop in the US, in the Soho neighborhood.
Art Republik star TeamLab is an artist collaborative that epitomizes the phrase “imagination knows no bounds”.
Forget Times Square and Central Park. The Carlyle is where you need to go to truly experience New York culture and history.
Sotheby’s is set to auction the painting with an estimated value of $22-30 million on May 11
Join us as we take a trip around the world to find eco-friendly hotels that balance luxury with a responsible outlook.
We know Fashion Week has been over for more than a week but we just had to share with the models to look out for.
Find out the beauty trends to look out for next season by referencing the most striking and popular looks at fashion week.
We step into Tiffany & Co.’s new home at ION Orchard to learn more about what to expect.
The Metropolitan Museum is adding one more gallery to its illustrious portfolio, this time on Madison Avenue.
The talented French artist is celebrated in a new exhibition featuring several of his acclaimed works.
From clean to neutral and Goth, New York certainly explored diverse beauty looks during fashion week.
Fashion giants Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren close New York Fashion Week before grand finale by Marc Jacobs.
Catch the live show, anywhere in the world.
The Wu woman of this Winter & Fall is elegant and sexy, yet comfortable and sophisticated – avoiding the pitfall of being merely a ‘one-season wonder’.
A second installment of sorts, the replica will set sail in 2018.
French ballet brand Repetto, known for its high-end ballet flats, will be opening its first American stand-alone boutique in New York come fall.
A new generation of New York skyscrapers, some taller than the Empire State building, are altering the world’s most famous skyline.