A key style this season, the kitten heel is touted for its undisputed comfort. The Row’s ‘Coco’ version has been crafted in Italy from plush suede with contrasting moire bows. Wear yours with cropped denim or a midi dress.
Neo-Pop artist Romero Britto spent his formative years drawing images on scraps of cardboard and newspaper in Recife, Brazil up until 1988 when he moved to Miami and was instantly recognized for his playful works that combine color, hard lines and a unique fusion of Cubism, Pop-Art and graffiti street art. His artistic influences are reminiscent of Picasso’s Cubist period, Matisse’s use of bright colors and Keith Haring’s use of hard lines and repeated imagery.
His first major commission for an Absolut Vodka advertisement catapulted him into the realm of other significant artists, such as Andy Warhol. Britto has since exhibited his artwork in the Louvre, as well as over 140 international galleries and museums. Some call him the ‘Celebrity Portrait Artist’ for his fanciful portraits and heart-warming scenes have landed in the collection of famous figureheads, such as the Guggenheims, the Kennedys and former Whitney Museum President, William Woodside.
This small original mixed media on paper, Love D & G, depicts one of Britto’s most famous motifs, the heart, combined with swirls of oil pen marker painted on a Dolce & Gabbana catalogue featuring a male model. This work reflects the one of the artist’s promotional collaborations with the fashion house.
This piece is provided with a certificate of authenticity delivered by Britto Central.
“Ker Arvor” is an exceptional estate in pristine, museum-quality condition that sits on 9.1 acres off Ocean Drive near Newport Country Club. “Ker Arvor,” French Breton for ‘littoral” or “seaside” was derived from the rest camp for Allied Forces in the pine forest of Pexonne near the town of Badonvillier in Lorraine, France. Built from 1931-1933, it was built for summer resident Snowden Andrews Fahnestock (1886-1962). The architects were Russell & Clinton of New York.The French 18th Century neo-classical style summer house was inspired by the hunting lodge of La Lanterne (1787) at Versailles. The home was featured in the May 1935 issue of Country Life Magazine.
Aurélie Bidermann’s ‘Tao’ earrings are from the designer’s ‘Contemporary Spirit’ collection and inspired by the myths of the Greek Islands. They’re cast from gold-plated brass in a curved hoop shape and etched to resemble a snake. Though substantial in size, this handmade pair feel surprisingly lightweight.
Adriana Iglesias is a luxury womenswear brand based in Spain. Launched in 2014, the styling of the line is inspired by “glamorous retro Mediterranean” looks from the 60s and 70s. If Jane Birkin went to Capri or Ibiza back in the day, she’d have done it in Adriana Iglesias.
Every once in a while, a special property comes to market that captures the true spirit and essence of its neighborhood. 19 Hubert Street is that residence. Ideally situated at the corner of Hubert and Greenwich Streets in a former 19th-Century spice and coffee warehouse, this rare and utterly charming loft is flooded with light from 10 windows and will appeal to those who appreciate the integrity and authentic texture of old New York!
Oversized sunglasses are Alessandro Michele’s favorite finishing touch for an outfit. Gucci’s angular square-frame pair is made from gold-tone metal outlined in clear acetate and sprinkled with silver glitter. The delicate arms have tortoiseshell tips embossed with bumble bees – the brand’s signature symbol.