Veronica Swanson Beard and Veronica Miele Beard are the spirited sister-in-law act behind Veronica Beard, the New York–based fashion brand.
This summer, the renowned New York restaurant and bar made its west coast debut, becoming one of the hottest reservations in town.
Growing up, the artist collected magazines and vintage stamps, which developed over time to include wide-ranging subjects such as toy soldiers, vintage radios, shaving brushes, and accordions.
Melding Japanese architecture with Swiss hospitality in true Texas fashion.
Louisville, Kentucky, may be known for bourbon, baseball, and horses, but its latest hotel opening reveals a more nuanced identity.
Dom Pérignon’s recent Révélations experience bridges cultures by uncorking new vintages over fine dining and conversation.
Her tiny jewel box in the Paul Bert Serpette flea market is a foreign world alive with gilded mermaids, bejewelled butterflies, and serpents with tourmaline, diamond, and amethyst scales.
Her work has a distinctly European aesthetic, a poetic charm, and feminine strength reflective of the designer herself.