Weekend Itinerary: NYC


Friday, September 27th 

-RH Store (9 9th Avenue in Meatpacking District)

Whitney Biennial (revisit for haunting movie of NYC apartment in snow):

-dinner at Bubby’s in Meatpacking District
73 Gansevoort St.[Highline]
New York, NY 10014

Metropolitan Museum of Art (late night Member Preview)
8:30 p.m. Camp: Notes on Fashion (late views)

Saturday, September 28th

– Metropolitan Museum of Art

Apollo’s Muse: 

Article from the NYTimes on the Apollo Muse

Leonardo DaVinci’s St.Jerome

Kyoto: Capital of Artistic Imagination

-Taiji Body Work NYC- Manhattan

Sunday,September 29th


Mapplethorpe Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now

Basquiat’s “Defacement”: The Untold Story:

Artistic License: Six Takes on the Guggenheim Collection:  


–    Laduree
398 West Broadway, NYC 10012

–    Mulberry Iconic Magazine (188 Mulberry Street, SoHo/Bowery)

–    SoHo News International (corner of Sullivan & Prince Streets)

-Lunch @ Lucky Strike
59 Grand Street, NYC 10013
Where to go when you’re in the mood for a martini, onion soup that is made French bistro style and an endive salad!!!

-Train to D.C.

Travel stylishly,

Cortina d’ Ampezzo

From the heart of Venice to the Dolomites our team were off to Cortina d’Ampezzo for a hiking, site-seeing, and always a bit of shopping. The beautiful surroundings of Cortina have been the perfect backdrop for luxurious living and several of my favorite movies.

Because of its location or better still access to the mountains, resorts and varying sports; scenes from two choice movies were filmed here, starting with The Pink Panther [1963] and the [1984] Bond film For Your Eyes Only.

A number of action sequences were shot throughout the town, in the resorts and on the ski slopes. In both movies characters lead secret lives as jewel thieves, agents for Her Majesties service, as the vicious villain or the scorned woman bent on revenge. The chase scenes encompass beautiful shots of the mountains as the stars ski the slopes.

High in the Dolomite’s, Cortina boasts of the best après-ski scene, and our crew were fiending for schnitzel and potatoes [fried] of course, with a view to completely relax around. Lago di Misurina is the largest natural lake of the Cadore, which is a historical region in the Italian Veneto, boardering on Austria.There is nothing like trying the local food and drink when traveling.