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New York

Hotel Collector...

New York|People

Hotel Collector...

By the time he was 25, Philippe had already visited over 100 countries, travel has become part of his DNA. Today his company Kiwi Collection resorts and spas recommends over 2,350 hotels in 133 countries which are remo

January 16, 2012 View...
Blue Violet Eyes Legac...

New York|Exhibition & Event

Blue Violet Eyes Legac...

This week I was kindly invited by Jaime Bernice head of the PR department at Christie's to admire in private one of the most spectacular jewelry collections in the world , the the celebrated film star, fashion icon,

December 8, 2011 View...
Street People...

New York|Photography

Street People...

Every Sunday, between 3 Pm and 6 Pm I enjoy stolling at downtown Manhattan. It is quite a show.

September 16, 2011 View...
Patrizia di Carrobio, ...

New York|People

Patrizia di Carrobio, ...

Every day of diamonds are bought, sold, given, exchanged - stolen! - Admired, worn, all over the world. To gain or to give a diamond is an important step that seals some fundamental moments of life: a promise of marr

January 3, 2011 View...
God I Want to Be an An...

New York|Exhibition & Event

God I Want to Be an An...

World famous models flaunted their curves in luxurious lingerie and magical wings as Victoria’s Secret brand is famous for its trademark “Angel Wings”. I have sourced for some industry secrets.

December 31, 2010 View...
New Museum...

New York|Art & Culture

New Museum...

Designed by Tokyo-based architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA, the New Museum building is a home for contemporary art, an incubator for new ideas, as well as an architectural contribution to New York’s u

September 21, 2009 View...
The Ace...

New York|Hotel

The Ace...

After inaugurating their first three locations (Portland, Seattle, and Palm Springs) from a far, I was psyched to learn the hipster-brand ACE Hotel had finally opened an east coast locale in New York City. Decidedly masc

September 10, 2009 View...
Lower East Side Sunday...

New York|Store Guide

Lower East Side Sunday...

I created an East Village Street Art and Shops Itinerary that has become my Summer Sundays routine ending with a majestic brunch at the legendary Cafe Mogador, definitely my favorite in the trendy neighborhood . Check

September 3, 2009 View...
Moroccan French Grande...

New York|People

Moroccan French Grande...

Yes, it's true.Daniele Pollitz appeared at my house one winter evening in New York as I was hosting a small tea comite for my dear friends from Casablanca. It's about being confronted with someone who has a certain allur

January 15, 2009 View...
The Carnival of Animal...

New York|Exhibition & Event

The Carnival of Animal...

The holiday windows at Bergdorf Goodman, a true New York holiday spectacle, continue their well-known tradition of high fantasy, dramatic surprises, extraordinary fashion, and great storytelling.  The 2011 windows, ent

December 26, 2011 View...
Thanks for Giving...

New York|Food & Drinks

Thanks for Giving...

My cousin, just a few older than me is Brazilian, and her name is Selly. Selly loves to cook. . Every holiday is an excuse to to invite our loud family for lunch, dinner, brunch, breakfast, tea or rich snaks.

November 25, 2011 View...
Stars Dreams and Resol...

New York|Exhibition & Event

Stars Dreams and Resol...

I recently came across a quote that said: "An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.” I stayed up until past midnight to see both the new and t

February 2, 2011 View...
If Only Leonardo Knew...

New York|Exhibition & Event

If Only Leonardo Knew...

Visionary artist and filmmaker Peter Greenaway brings new insight into one of the world’s most celebrated masterpieces in a multi-media interpretation of Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper. I have played with the ne

December 31, 2010 View...
Naughty Angels, Good D...

New York|Exhibition & Event

Naughty Angels, Good D...

Having lived in New York for almost four years, I have never wanted to celebrate "El dia de los muertos." This year, I have decided to face with courage the world of darkness all at once. It's Halloween in New York City

November 1, 2009 View...
New Elevated Park...

New York|Attraction

New Elevated Park...

The High Line is a public park built on a defunct railway that runs 30 feet above Manhattan between 10th and 11th Avenues, from 34th Street to Gansevoort Street in the meatpacking district. The first phase opened to the

September 15, 2009 View...
The Standard...

New York|Hotel

The Standard...

Two of the most prominent New York Hotels, Andres Balazs' glamorous Standard and the Ace, the first East Coast outpost of the eminently hip Seattle brand run but Alex Calderwood. Both budget-conscious, they have one aspe

September 4, 2009 View...
The New Architecture...

New York|Architecture

The New Architecture...

After the tragic event of September 11 2001, the behavior of the New York city inhabitants and developers altered considerably. Invited by Marcel's Steiner Sao Paulo developer's Magazine I have been on an design expedit

August 24, 2009 View...
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