Sunday, July 18, 2010

New Residential Project in Coconut Grove Opens This Summer

July 17, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

The bounce is coming back slowly but surely to the real estate market. Residences at Vizcaya is a new project in Coconut Grove in South Florida. The project is being developed on a two acre plot and will have a total of 18 residences when completed. It has brought back the confidence to the South [...]

summer florals: milk glass fantasy picnic

July 12, 2010 by admin · 10 Comments 

Hi guys! Sarah from Blossom & Branch here. Perhaps I have mentioned that summer is my most favorite season? Today I conjured a little summer picnic fantasy using feminine, classic milk glass.  The idea of lounging around with prosecco and fruit and being surrounding by adorable floral arrangements seems the perfect remedy to the hectic [...]

summer florals: baby, it’s warm outside!

June 28, 2010 by admin · 10 Comments 

This week I wanted to focus on working with flowers in hot summer weather. Summer is my favorite season to entertain and be entertained, especially outdoors for BBQs and picnics. Here are some ideas for flowers that can stand a little heat!

I have selected tropical blooms and greens, including: ginger, ti leaf, [...]

weekly wrap up + a dreamy summer attic

June 19, 2010 by admin · 10 Comments 

i don’t think there’s ever been a room, floor, or house that jessica helgerson designed that i didn’t like. her work is always exciting, beautiful, and unexpected. so i could think of no better way to head off for the weekend, than with these images of a new attic bedroom that jessica just completed. part [...]

The Classicist: Royal Ascot, Henley, Cowes & the English Summer Season

June 17, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

The English summer season is in full swing with the year’s most important and stylish sporting events on the horizon, maintaining the British traditions of horse racing, tennis, rowing, polo and sailing with elegance and ardor. Lord’s Test Cricket has passed, but the Royal Ascot races, the Wimbledon tennis championships, Cartier International Polo, the Henley [...]

What are the filthy rich reading this summer?

June 15, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Wanna know what the rich and the famous read? Well I have the list for you. J.P Morgan Private Bank, for the past eleven years has brought out a list of books that have been recommended by its wealthy clients. Called the Summer Reading List, it contains ten books, which you must read this summer. [...]

beyond the big day: a summer popsicle picnic

June 13, 2010 by admin · 10 Comments 

[Picnic blanket by Beaux Arts Photographie , Soda Bottles by Oh Happy Day , Truck by Beaux Arts Photographie , Sandwich image unknown, Popsicle by Gia Canali , Lanterns by Oriental Trading Company , Bubbles image uknown, Food table by Beaux Arts Photographie ]
One of my favorite weddings on [...]

The Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows Offer Hot Deals This Summer!

June 11, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

The Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows is offering a spectacular deal for this summer, but I would not consider this a very smart move at this point of time, as we are already half way through summer. The “Staycation Retreat” gives you the freedom to soak up some sun and go easy on your pockets [...]

Six Summer Sandals for Men

June 4, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

Sandals can be a sartorial conundrum, particularly for men. But designers have not shied away from the often-reviled footwear, with stylish options for boardwalks, barbecues and city streets. From rope to leather, here are six open-toed options for guys.

J. Crew
J. Crew makes the classic flip-flop in a grown-up, durable leather that is just as [...]

RSVIP: Taste of Summer Benefit in Central Park

June 3, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

On a balmy evening, Wednesday, June 2, 2010, a white tent with multiple peaks sprawls out next to the bandshell in New York’s Central Park. Inside, rows of stations manned by chefs, their well-known names inscribed on their kitchen whites, dole out amuse-bouche and larger bites.
Well-heeled guests generously shelled out $350 ($400 at the [...]