- StyleAsk Tory: Dots of Every Stripe
- BeautyMeet the Florist: Petal by Pedal’s Kate Gilman
- TravelTastemaker: Giovanna Battaglia’s Italian Escape
- CultureTo Do: Garry Winogrand at The Met
- MusicTory’s Playlist: Summer Starter
“I go away to the Catskills. I love the peaceful quiet of the woods.” — Eric Wilson, InStyle Fashion News Director
Kate Gilman is looking to shake up the floral industry, one bouquet at a time. The New York native was on track to become a lawyer before she opted for a 180 and became a florist. And key to her new concern, which launched this spring: sourcing locally and being environmentally conscious. So all her blooms come straight from New York farms (no mileage racked up in coolers on planes) and are delivered straight to the client by bikes (further lessening the carbon footprint). Here, Kate talks to us about her business, Petal by Pedal, and shares a few insider tips on floral care.Read More
This week the World Cup reaches a fever pitch as we countdown to the finals on Sunday. And whether you’re in Brazil taking in the games first-hand or watching from the comfort of your couch, here’s some insider intel on everything you need to know about the host country — from the best places to celebrate a win to packing essentials for the would-be visitor — all courtesy of Vogue Brasil contributor Fernanda Abdalla.Read More
“You could say that I am a student of photography, and I am,” photographer Garry Winogrand once said. “But really, I’m a student of America.” And, indeed, walking through his new retrospective at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is like time traveling back, getting a glimpse at Postmodern America from New York City to San Francisco and all points in between. Winogrand captured that era like no other — from the streets, cataloguing the every day, decades before street-style photography would be de rigueur. And the Bronx native was incredibly prolific, shooting some 26,000 rolls of film in his lifetime and an extra 6,600 rolls he himself had never seen, many of which are being printed for the first time for the exhibit. Garry Winogrand is on view till September 21.
“My summer getaway is definitely my place upstate. We have an old farmhouse that’s about two hours from here, and there’s nothing to do, which is perfect. It’s just about food and drink and swimming and more food and more drink.” — Cindi Leive, Editor in Chief of Glamour
For Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor, Founders of Pam & Gela and Juicy Couture, the July 4th weekend is all about beaches, clam bakes, tennis tournaments, fireworks and friends. “The day unfolds with everyone going from house to house in the Malibu sunshine eating, drinking and hanging out,” says Pamela, “like a small town block party.” But that’s just the beginning of the summer season for these two, who share more than just a business (and authorship of their book The Glitter Plan). Here, discover all their summer loves.Read More
Happy 4th! Celebrate the ol’ red, white and blue with a little… white and blue. Keeping with one color scheme as seen here — from the pillows to the hand-painted Mexican plates and cups — keeps the look simple yet chic. The beautiful bouquet of all-white hydrangeas, meanwhile, complete the scene while tying back to the tabletop’s pared-down palette.
Calling all vacationers… Pack light but pack with a punch — oversize sunglasses, an easy bikini and a chic bag that carries it all.
Clockwise from top left: Tory’s Classic Grosgrain fedora, Portofino logo halter and Oversized Square sunglasses; the Croatian coast, by Natalie Joos; Calyx silk scarf, Portofino logo bottom, Miller sandals, Garden tote
Break out the towels and flip-flops and bring on the sun, surf and sand; beach season is officially here. And few people capture the scene like L.A.-based photographer Gray Malin, known for his aerial shots of idle summer days. Here, the artist shares his favorite beaches, most memorable shoots and the curious backstory behind his signature bird’s eye view.Read More