These are the articles that caught our eye this week.
VOGUE: Amal Alamuddin’s Last Fitting 

ELLE.COM: The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, ELLE Decor, and Warburg Realty Kick Off the 26th Annual Preview Party for the International Fine Art & Antiques Show

VOGUE: Why Gone With the Wind Still Resonates 75 Years Later ( In Spite of Itself) 

NY Mag: Amal Alamuddin, George Clooney, and Their Glamorous Water-Taxi Wedding

Hilary is back!  Our fearless and fabulous  Fashion Director has been up and down the eastern seaboard from Newport, to Wilmington to Charlottesville.  We are thrilled that she is back at post finding us the chicest  of the season.    ”Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. I still get that back to school feeling and the anticipation of new adventures. And of course, with that comes that back to school wardrobe.

All you need is love!  We have gotten so many inquiries about what to wear Fall Weddings, we decided to put together our best advice on the timely subject.  “In deciding what to wear, your choice should echo the mood of the wedding and reflect the time of day.  Avoid white, or shades close to white, red can also be a no-no – remember this is the bride’s special day so don’t try to

We loved this inquiry because it gives us a chance to promote our favorite vineyard on the East End.  A friend wrote,  ”Going to the  next weekend on a girls trip . . . wine tasting, sightseeing, very casual days and maybe one nice dinner out.  Wondering what to pack and especially if it’s too early to wear riding boots.  Will be in the 60′s while I am there ”  ”What fun! Wine

The invitation says it all.  PLEASE JOIN US ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT to celebrate Max Mara’s generous sponsorship of The Society Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Preview Party for the International Fine Art and Antique Show.  What could be better than shopping with a cocktail for a great cause?  We hope to see you there.   Don’t forget to RSVP!
No one does tailored luxury better that the iconic line created by Achille Maramotti, whose desire was

These are the articles that caught our eye this week.
VOGUE:  The Duchess of Devonshire Died Today at 94 

AVENUE MAGAZINE:  Mrs. Scissorhands Georgina Chapman

WWD:  Victoria Beckham Unveils First London Store

VOGUE: The Best Backstage Candids from Milan Fashion Week

VOGUE: Emma Watson UN Speech Celebrities Embracing Feminism  

We have been getting quite a few inquiries lately about “what to wear around town, daywear.”    We love these questions because What2WearWhere was founded on the principle, to simplify dressing for today’s busy women.  “We take the guesswork out of dressing, the leg work out of shopping and the panic out of packing.”   
Here is our timely response.  ”It’s showtime! Whether you’re on foot or in the car, dress smartly and comfortably and

Looking for a new everyday sport watch, we noticed this cool looking line of sport watches at Bloomingdales. I thought the name was a little catchy so I did a little research and discovered a great American story.   Shinola, based in Detroit and dedicated to producing American-made products, including watches, bicycles, leather goods, and journals of the highest possible quality.  Anyone remember the old expression,  ”You don’t know sh*t from Shinola”?   Never quite made

We are excited to bring back our Fashionator series this fall and open with a profile of our talented friend Dee Dee Eustace. Many of you may be familiar with Dee Dee’s career as architect and interior designer of Taylor Hannah in Toronto, and her work on luxury residences and yachts around the world,  creating timeless elegant styles both in architecture and interior design.  Recently Dee Dee has decided to move to New York City, and

The New Yorkers For Children Fall Gala, a grand and glorious Gala, takes place on Tuesday, September 30th at Cipriani 42.  This high profile fundraising event, expertly chaired by  Lise and Michael Evans,  Dayssi and Paul Kanavos,  Christine and Richard Mack, and Stephanie Winston and David Wolkoff will bring down the house as they raise much needs funds and awareness to benefit youth in foster care in New York City.   There are close to 12,000 children