Fall Foliage Road Trip: Connecticut to Vermont

Nov 4, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

The east coast has been experiencing a warmer than usual autumn. Temperatures have been soaring into the ‘80s as far north as New England, making for some pretty epic opportunities to enjoy the fall foliage outdoors. Before things start to cool down, take advantage of this year’s weather and pack up your car for a colorful road trip from Lake Candlewood, Connecticut to Lake Champlain, Vermont. Get your playlist ready, pack your favorite sweaters, throw in your hiking boots, and check out our guide to an east coast excursion.

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Fall Theater & Dining Venues to Explore in NYC

Oct 4, 2016  |   Contributor: Katherine Bond

Pumpkin spiced lattes, colorful leaves, butter-soft leather gloves and New York City—some things are just better in the fall. Although the city is ideal to visit anytime of the year, autumn just has a certain flavor to it that is best consumed in the City That Never Sleeps. The Big Apple’s shows are one of the greatest draws to the state. Tourists alone bought 7.7 million tickets to Broadway shows last year, and this year attendance is set to outpace the attendance for all of New York and New Jersey’s sports events combined, including Yankees and Mets games.

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Mandarin Oriental Welcomes in Fall With Wine & Truffle Packages

Aug 31, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

With autumn nearly upon us, Mandarin Oriental, Milan has created two packages for its guests visiting the resort between October 1 and December 21, 2016. Travelers can choose between a wine excursion in Franciacorta or a truffle hunting adventure in Alba.

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Make the Most of Your Trip to Maine & Stay in Both of These Picturesque Hotels

Sep 9, 2015  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

When those with taste and panache picture a summer vacation spot in Maine, chances are the image in their mind’s eye most closely resembles either the Black Point Inn or Migis Lodge. The quintessential bastions of summer style in the Pine Tree State are Maine’s most historic retreats, and both are located within easy driving distance of Portland. The Black Point Inn is situated overlooking the ocean in the exclusive area of Prouts Neck, while Migis Lodge is on the shore of the famous Sebago Lake.

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Eponymovs Channels Turn-of-the-Century American Gentlemen for Their Latest Collection

Mar 26, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

We have to admit, there’s nothing as dapper as a gentleman in a well-tailored jacket, and the latest label for men is giving us exactly that. Eponymovs, a New York brand, is reinventing turn-of-the-century American styles for a new generation, combining both high-end looks and work wear into one hip collection for 21st century men.

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Heather Lawton Keeps Us Cool in Chic Furs, Edgy Leathers & Dark Tweeds This Fall

Oct 21, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

We know it seems like this summer is never-ending, but before you know it we’ll finally be able to pull out all those chic coats and waist-whittling tights that we had to pack away ages ago. Now is the perfect time to bring your fall wardrobe up-to-date.

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3 Picturesque Countryside-Retreats Worth the Drive to the English Lake District

Sep 4, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen  |  1 Comment

A hallmark of English countryside vacations, the Lake District in Cumbria offers a patchwork quilt of mountain peaks, open fells, lakes and sparkling rivers perfect for autumn travel. The area has also inspired writers as diverse as Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth to write about its landscapes.

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5 Destinations to Avoid Fall and Follow the Sunshine

Sep 27, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico  |  4 Comments

There are some that count down the days until autumn, snatching up sweaters and cardigans, scouring Frye’s new line of boots and eagerly awaiting the return of pumpkin spiced lattes (signifying that fall is close behind). They welcome the cooler weather and layered clothing. Others live in sandals, love staying active outdoors and when the weather drops below 60 F, complain about the freezing temperatures. To the former, congrats, your time is now. To the latter looking to continue that never-ending summertime feeling, how about checking out these warm destinations for the changing seasons.

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Men's Fashion Week: A look at the Best Runway Trends for Fall 2014

Jan 28, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

With Men’s Fashion Week Fall 2014 wrapping up just a few days ago, we thought we’d take a quick look back at what made all those men so undeniably stylish—because we know it couldn’t have been just their good looks. 

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Paul Smith Fall 2014: A Blend of Textures and Prints For The Artsy Rocker

Jan 22, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Remember that one guy in college who listened to old 60’s and 70’s rock, would strum three chords to Freebird (because that’s all he knew) and couldn’t stop talking about the deeper meaning to Beatles lyrics? 

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Valentino Fall 2014: A Really Really Ridiculously Good Looking Collection

Jan 22, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Mirroring the colors in the Spring 2014 womenswear collection, the Valentino menswear Fall 2014 line kept opulence at a minimum, using instead rich tones, tailoring and texture to convey luxury. Easy to wear jackets, coats and slacks came in both demure solid colors and graphic detailing in bright autumn shades of burnt orange, gold and navy. 

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Burberry Prorsum Fall/Winter 2014: Starving Artists Never Looked So Good

Jan 8, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

While we can’t imagine any starving artist that could actually afford Burberry, the brand's Prorsum Fall/Winter 2014 men’s collection channeled painters nonetheless, drawing from not only their work, but also their style. 

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Alexander McQueen Fall 2014: Monochromatic Collection Proves Men Are Rebels With A Cause

Jan 8, 2014  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Despite heavy facial prints, scrappy feathers and knee-skimming, pleated kilts, the men of the Alexander McQueen Fall 2014 runway looked high fashion in the dark way that we’ve come to expect from the British fashion house.

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Fashion Rebellion—How Skingraft Is Making Men Into Rockstars

Nov 13, 2013  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Layers of leather might sound like a sartorial disaster (not to mention extremely hot), but these guys are totally pulling it off. With an entire collection of jackets, pants and tees in monochromatic fabrics and perfectly paired ‘90s plaid, the idea of fashion overkill actually sounds like a good thing.  

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Need To Keep Dry? This Alexander McQueen Umbrella Is Subtle But Awesome

Nov 7, 2013  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

I’ll be the first to confess as much as I love the chilly cold and holiday traditions of winter (not to mention the clothes) the season as a whole—pretty much sucks. It’s freezing, dark and wet.

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