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Maybe Santa will forget YOUR toys this holiday but we didn’t. Who says outdoor fun has to be during the summer? We love the winter for all the recreational sports the snow and ice bring, from ice skating to skiing, to tobogganing and sledding. There are so many places in and out of the city to enjoy them. At the top of our list are ice skating at Bryant Park’s Citi Pond or the rink
The Indagare Souk is back with a mini holiday sale to solve all your last-minute gift-giving quandaries. Snatch up finds from around the world, from Moroccan marvels to brand new clutches from India and stocking-stuffers from Africa. Find something for everyone on your list at the Indagare office (551 Madison Avenue, Suite 1201, New York City) Wednesday, December 11th from 10am-6pm, and Thursday, December 12th from 10am-4pm.
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Our fashionable W2WW Fashion Editor, Hilary Dick is off for the holiday but not before choosing some wonderful gifts for herself and her family and friends.
L’Wren Scott Collection Sequin Wiggle Dress $165 Edie Parker Lara Confetti Clutch Bag $995 AERIN Small Faux-Shagreen Jewelry Box $790 Glamourpuss Rocker $1100 Creel-Mack Stud Earrings $950 Ippolita Stella Lollipop Ring in Pink Mother-of-Pearl Doublet $995
For extraordinary Holiday Gifts, we went on a spree at AHAlife, a emporium of the undiscovered and unusual. Don’t forget to use the CODE AHA2013 FOR 15% OFF and free shipping on orders over $100. Please remember when you click through our site to shop, a portion of our commission will be donated to our Charity of the Month. We found just about everything we need for everyone on our list this year and
Limited Edition. We deliver same or next day in New York City!
Attention Travelistas! W2WW’s world-wide wanderers, Hilary Dick, Leslie Johnson and Karen Klopp, have created a top-of-the line set of travel bags, offering savvy solutions to the challenges of packing. This traveling triumvirate have trekked the globe for work and play, and have designed this set of smart and stylish bags that practically pack themselves.
Each attractive bag is made of waterproof
If you missed Black Friday and Cyber Monday, not to worry, there are plenty of sales still going on and we are going to find the best ones and deliver them to your finger tips. Here are some tips for shopping online for Holiday Gifts. 1. Use the search function to find what you need. 2. Narrow down the price range to suit your budget. 3. Sort the items by price, either by
When you are out and about at Miracle on Madison Avenue, Saturday, December 7, so not miss The Holiday Workshop. Designed and stocked by Celerie Kemble and Bronson van Wyck and featuring the fashion of our friends, Katherine and Jared Maclane of KP Maclane. It is the most dazzling and interesting place to shop this year. A jewel box literally choc full of every sort of delightful and unique gifts for everyone on your
Don’t walk – RUN to Bergdorf Goodman Thursday, December 12 from 2pm until 6pm. for Marie France Van Damme’s collection of “Luxury resort wear you can wear anywhere.” A designer who understands that we ALL don’t want to bare ALL, and that what goes over a suit is infinitely more essential than the suit itself. She has created a collection of sophisticated, elegant, wearable pieces than can travel the world in style or settle
Miracle on Madison Avenue is a New York City philanthropic holiday shopping tradition. The 27th Annual Miracle on Madison Shopping Day will take place on Saturday, December 7th, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Over 60 premier retailers and businesses on Madison Avenue will participate by donating 20% of sales that day to The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. The festivities will occur in the stores and businesses located between 57th and 86th
Park Avenue will twinkle with two and a half miles of holiday trees! Join The Fund for Park Avenue for the Park Avenue Tree Lighting and Carol Sing, Sunday, Dec. 8 at 6:30 p.m. Brick Presbyterian Church Park Avenue @ 91 Street. The trees on Park Avenue have been illuminated every year since 1945 as a memorial to Americans who have sacrificed their lives in war and in celebration of New York’s