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Move Over Audrey Hepburn: Now You Can Have Breakfast at Tiffany's Too

BY : Paige Rosenthal | 2017

That’s right. The Audrey Hepburn-inspired dream can officially be your reality since Tiffany & Co. just opened its first ever on-site café, The Blue Box Café. The eatery will take over the recently-renovated fourth floor at...

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Shop the Holidays Away in the Heart of New York City

BY : Katherine Bond | 2017

One of my favorite annual trips is to New York City during the holidays. The “winter village” in Bryant Park, the Rockefeller Christmas tree, the skating in Central Park: I love all of it. I also love bundling up for a shopping excursion...

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Living Legends Adwoa Aboah and Julianne Moore are the New Faces of John Hardy

BY : Kat Ward | 2017

What does it mean to be a legend? Most would say that it's a term reserved for the most notorious or iconic among us, and only those who have achieved superstardom qualify. John Hardy, in collaboration with actress Julianne Moore and...

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InterContinental New York Barclay: Life is Great at the Top

BY : Kurt Jacobson | 2017

As if this 1926 grande dame hotel wasn’t special enough, the InterContinental New York Barclay saw fit to add a penthouse. On the heels of a massive renovation, completed in April 2016, management decided to go all-in with an ultra-luxurious...

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Nicole Miller Brings Safari Chic to the Urban Jungle at NYFW

BY : Kat Ward | 2017

New York is often referred to as the "concrete jungle"—a place where hard-edged humor meets color, glamour and grace. Whimsy may not be a word you've heard frequently in the streets, but it may be now. In her Spring/Summer...

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Indulge Your Inner Artist in the W New York Sound Suite

BY : Kimberly Fisher Boone | 2017

W New York has launched the first W Sound Suite Pop-Up in New York City.  This innovative new take on accommodations will transform the hotel’s Extreme Wow Suite (the brand’s take on the Presidential Suite) and accompanying...

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Private Jet Card Comparisons: A New Consumer-Centric Website For Buying A Private Jet Card

BY : Susan Kime | 2017

Private jet cards are often compared to debit cards, in that a person pays money into an account, then as they fly, money is deducted out of the account.  It is the same way as when a customer goes to the grocery store and picks up food. But...

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Celebrity Hair Guru Launches Styl3Insta.com for Booking the Best Celebrity Stylists

BY : Jenna Smith | 2017

For women, getting a haircut or color treatment is a significant investment in their overall appearance and day-to-day happiness. While many claim to be satisfied by the job their stylist does, the fact is that finding a new or...

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Catching up with Blue Ribbon Restaurants' Bromberg Brothers

BY : Paige Rosenthal | 2017

Bruce and Eric Bromberg of Blue Ribbon Restaurants have been pioneering forces in the culinary industry thanks to their no nonsense menus incorporating contrasting flavors and experiences across their Blue Ribbon portfolio. The Jersey natives carved...

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MADE Hotel Slated To Open During New York Fashion Week

BY : Carin von Berg | 2017

MADE Hotel is scheduled to enhance the Manhattan hotel scene just in time for New York Fashion Week with an opening scheduled for September 5. The inaugural hotel project from hospitality entrepreneur Sam Gelin will feature 108 guest rooms across 18...

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How Gramercy Park Hotel Redefined Its Signature Cool for a New Generation

BY : Oscar Raymundo | 2017

Gramercy Park Hotel is the coolest hotel I’ve ever stayed in. And I don’t mean “cool” like the W Hotel-type of cool, where bright pink neon lights are considered the height of decor. And I certainly don’t mean that Ace...

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The Artsy Flow of SoHo's Shabby-Chic Hotel Hugo

BY : Nick Kontis | 2017

My love affair with New York began on a summer vacation during my 16th year. I was now old enough to venture out on my own and was headed to Greece. As most Greek-Americans do, I too had relatives in New York. I remember being in awe of...

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