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Graphic and novel PhotograPher DaviD Maialetti sees PhiladelPhia through a different lens.
As a photographer for The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News since 1998, David Maialetti makes his living taking photos. But even when he’s off the clock, he doesn’t stop snapping; he merely switches the camera.
Using only an iPhone, the 49-year-old Fishtown resident scours Philly for images of city life to post on his Instagram account, @maialetti, which has more than 47,000 followers. The photographs, captured in a mix of shadowy black and white
and saturated color, are a scroll-worthy collage of athletes, architecture, and streetscapes. “People, light, and shadow are important elements in my photographs,” Maialetti says. “I’ll search for an interesting background and wait
for people to walk into the scene. I try to blend in wherever I go and work unnoticed. Humor or odd things inspire me.” He first joined Instagram when he was teaching a class in Italy several years ago and a study abroad student asked why he
didn’t have an account. Lacking an answer, he signed up. “It quickly became a place to share images that didn’t quite fit with the stories I was working on for the newspapers,” Maialetti says. “I’m doing what I love to do.”
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contents SUMMER 2016
14 // Full Frontal 30 // letter From the editor-in-ChieF
The Democratic National Convention brings the red, white, and blue to the City of Brotherly Love in July.
32 // letter From the Publisher 34 // ...Without Whom this issue Would not have been Possible 36 // the list 39 // invited
SCENE 65 // soCial studies Break the rules about never talking politics in public during PoliticalFest.
66 // Who, What, Where Visit Philadelphia maven Meryl Levitz maps out her must-see stops for a whirlwind stay in Philly.
Colorful clothing makes a cultural statement in the new exhibit, “Creative Africa.”
68 // dnC aFter darK Keep the patriotic partying going until the wee hours at these late-night favorites.
70 // historY in the maKinG As she completes her historic second run as CEO of the DNC, Reverend Leah D. Daughtry gives us a peek into her very patriotic world.
72 // minimalism to the maX
Kathy and Keith Sachs show off their stunning contemporary art collection.
Art lovers Kathy and Keith Sachs offer a long-awaited glimpse into their world-class collection of contemporary works.
74 // PaiGe turner For field hockey star and Olympian Paige Selenski, the road to Rio begins here in Philadelphia.
PhotograPhy by Chris Maddaloni/roll Call/getty iMages (dnC); 125th anniversary aCquisition. gift of Keith l. and Katherine saChs, 2000 (riChter); CarMen KeMMinK (vlisCo)
From Philly to Florida, summer belongs to Lilly Pulitzer.
The toast of Italian dining from Vegas to Miami, Scarpetta brings its signature spaghetti and Phillyinspired plates to the Square.
78 // GUITAR HEROES Trade those flip-flops for cowboy boots when Lady Antebellum lights up Atlantic City for a second summer.
80 // ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK Beat the heat with a citrusy-sweet Aperol spritz at new hot spot Assembly.
82 // NEWS FLASH! MSNBC political correspondent Kasie Hunt follows the campaign trail back to her native Philly for this summer’s Democratic National Convention.
84 // SUMMER OF (BROTHERLY) LOVE Catch these can’t-miss seasonal attractions while you can.
STYLE 87 // PULITZER PRIZE It’s not summer—or fall—in Philly without Lilly, as one of fashion’s last heritage brands and the gold standard of resortwear expands its collection and brings back its greatest hits of prints.
94 // THREAD COUNT
From the Congo to the Ivory Coast, the Art Museum’s survey of African style takes fashionistas for a walk on the wild side.
111 // ART OF THE CITY
96 // TOUR DE FORCE Luxury travel planner Chloe Johnston talks boutiques, boîtes, and her upcoming Bastille Day bash.
98 // SITTING PRETTY Whether poolside in the city or sunbathing at the beach, try lush eyelash extensions on for size this summer.
90 // FROM ALL ANGLES
100 // THE FRAME GAME
Summer’s stunning accessories take artistic cues from prior decades. With simple geometries and riotous abstractions, cubist roots jet us into the future of style.
The future looks brighter thanks to these statement-making sunnies.
102 // ZEN AND NOW Donna Karan’s philosophy of living touches down in Philly with a new collection of luxe global goods.
Philadelphia artist and muralist Meg Saligman has created some of the city’s most iconic public artworks—including an installation for the pope’s visit last summer— and this summer she reimagines two of them. Plus: In LA, New York, Boston, and beyond, local artists paint the national landscape.
124 // BEST OF STYLE Seven Philly notables give us their personal “bests,” and—no surprise—they had a tough time narrowing down their top restaurants, locally owned boutiques, and secret city finds.
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contents main line style 139 // HOT TIMES AHEAD!
Meg Saligman’s masterpiece, Common Threads, is one of the Mural Arts Program’s most recognizable works.
Summer lasts exactly 93 days—but when hot air balloon rides, outdoor yoga, and winery tours are keeping Main Liners busy in the ‘burbs this season, who’s got time to count?
sPaCe 155 // TRAIN OF THOUGHT University City’s game-changing development plans now include a major overhaul to historic 30th Street Station.
158 // HOME CHIC HOME Meg Rodgers’s Design Collaborative showcases Philly’s finest home goods, all under one unassuming roof.
160 // CUCINA COUTURE Dolce & Gabbana redefines “cool” with its latest designer collaboration.
162 // SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS Steal away to these urban Edens for a selfie-worthy snapshot.
164 // MAP QUEST It’s all in the frame of mind for Jay Susanin of beach-chic brand Bank & Surf.
166 // TAKE A SEAT!
168 // FRENCH CONNECTION Classic design conceals plenty of modern-day conveniences inside one lofty home at The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton.
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Head-to-toe summer beauty begins with playing it safe in the sun.
The Guide 172 // Space: Take IT OuTSIde Thanks to luxe materials and elevated design ideas, outdoor furnishings are having a moment in the sun.
179 // STyle: GOlden RuleS From faux glows to fitness trends, it’s not too late to get your best beach bod ever with a little help from Philly’s top beauty brains.
187 // Scene: Sand STORm From neon-filled nightclubs to posh pools with beer gardens, Atlantic City gets even hotter when the sun goes down.
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on the cover: Our Flag Unfurled by Meg Saligman (2001, six weeks after 9/11)
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Location, location, location. It’s an adage that we hear constantly in the world of real estate. We borrow the catchphrase often at Philadelphia Style, where the right location may or may not have to do with the best views but has everything to do with reflecting the words on the page. There’s no story where the “L” word is more important than our annual “Best of Style” feature, where seven settings across the city become the backdrop for our favorite Philly personalities. Mayor Jim Kenney leads the charge, for his first major moment in Philadelphia Style since becoming mayor. Fittingly, we snapped him outside his “office” at City Hall. Mayor
Kenney will be front and center when Philly hosts the Democratic National Convention in late July. It’s yet another milestone for the city, which has already enjoyed so much attention over the last few years. (Hello, Pope Francis.) For all of the delegates, tourists, and media personalities converging in Philly for the DNC, my only insider tip is to take a walk. Yes, it’s really that simple. William Penn, known as the father of Philadelphia, built the city on a grid so it’s difficult to get lost and even easier to get found. Walking sans Google Maps lets you be surprised. I’ve lived here my entire life and I’m still surprised by some of the random things
that I cross paths with during my frequent, aimless Sunday afternoon tours around town. Like the tulips that almost magically appeared one day around the Liberty Bell building, or discovering that some of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s relatives are buried at St. Mary’s Church in Society Hill. A few weekends ago I took a shortcut through a gated park in Old City and found a lonely little sign that described the importance of backyards during Colonial times. Who knew? I did. And all because I decided to put my phone away for a few hours and just take a walk.
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from left: Stella & Dot founder Jessica Herrin talked up her first book and some of the secrets behind her successful jewelry company at a recent event with The Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia; celebrating Women of Tomorrow’s inaugural event with Cathy Grimes, alongside whom I’m lucky enough to mentor at the Academy at Palumbo once a month; with Steven Lagos at the 20th-anniversary party for his Rittenhouse boutique.
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clockwise from top left: With Nick Bollettieri and Ken Toscano at the Down the Line Gala; 50 Cent, here with Pete Ciarrocchi, Brad Waxman, and Mike O’Brien, recently made the rounds around town; with Wayne Grafton, Michael Smyth, and Rich O’Donnell at the kickoff to the Devon Horse Show; with Carl Dranoff and Mayor Jim Kenney at the One Riverside Topping Off event.
Welcome to our Summer issue, which is dedicated, in part, to our “Art of the City” feature. Now in its third successful year, we celebrate the most talented, eclectic, and buzzworthy artists from Philadelphia and across the country. The American flag cover is a beautiful tribute to our nation and city alike. Painted by Meg Saligman, the longtime Philly-based artist is the brush behind some of Philly’s most iconic murals. In the cover story, Saligman talks about the inspiration behind the cover and its recent restoration. A brighter, bolder flag will be officially unveiled
just in time for the city’s huge Wawa Welcome America party for the Fourth of July. This cover also coincides with another major event taking place this summer. All eyes will be on Philadelphia as we put our best foot forward and welcome the Democratic delegates and media alike for the Democratic National Convention in July. I can’t think of a better setting for the DNC than here in Philadelphia, the birthplace of American government and home to some of the most important historical landmarks in the US. In this issue you will also find our annual “Best of Style”
feature. Each year, our editors scour the city from Society Hill to Chestnut Hill and everywhere in between, reporting on the best of the best in dining, shopping, beauty, and more. This is a wonderful resource for all of our visitors and residents to reference throughout the summer months and beyond. We hope you enjoy this exciting edition of Philadelphia Style.
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Sarah Jordan is a National Magazine Award-nominated writer who lives in Philadelphia. She has written extensively for national and regional magazines and newspapers and is the author of four books.
Commercial and editorial photographer Daryl Peveto lives in Valley Forge with his wife, Jen, and three children, Finn, Harper, and Beckett. When not shooting, he can be found reading, cooking, chopping wood, making things by hand, or playing with his children, though not necessarily in that order.
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Tell us about your experience with Philly art collectors Kathy and Keith Sachs for our “Art Full” story. I marveled at how they have beautifully integrated their love of art into the way they live their lives—from their friendships with artists and curators to their trips around the world to visit favorite art galleries, art fairs, and museums. Was there anything you were surprised to learn in your DNC research for this issue’s back page? I was surprised to learn how rich our city’s background is in ice cream. Breyer’s, Bassetts, Jack & Jill Ice Cream, and Rita’s Water Ice, to name a few, all originated here.
You photographed this issue’s “Best of Style” personalities. Any interesting stories? Each portrait offered interesting moments, be it climbing a tree with Connor Barwin, discussing amari with the staff of Gran Caffe while waiting for Brooke Thomas to get styled, getting a tour of Old City with Jeff Guaracino, or talking politics with the mayor’s staff. Any challenges? We wanted several of the portraits outside, so I was constantly monitoring the weather patterns using NOAA satellites. Fortunately I have a great weather app.
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A seasoned collaborator and worldwide traveler, Michael Spain-Smith is a Philadelphia-based photographer known for capturing authentic lifestyle moments in a storytelling and stylized way. He works with a wide range of clients including Loews Hotels, Ritz-Carlton, St-Germain, Random House, Novartis, Triumph, and Victory Motorcycle.
South Jersey-based freelance writer Danielle Davies can often be found covering two of her favorite things—food and entertainment. Davies spends most of her free time chasing her kids, working on her memoir, and updating her websites, mylifewith bradleycooper.com and danielledavies.com.
Meg Saligman, the artist behind this issue’s cover, must have been fun to photograph. What a talented artist! Working with Meg was an awesome collaboration as she gave us full access to her studio. I’ve known her work for years so it was very cool to meet her. She was open to whatever we needed to create strong work for this story. How did you create the photo concept? Her mural work is always viewed from below so it has a very heroic quality. I wanted to capture her in the same manner.
You wrote about what’s new in Atlantic City. What are you most excited for this summer? As the city works to reinvent itself, we’re seeing so much creativity. From Ivan Kane’s newest club to the menus and live entertainment lineup, Atlantic City is still an entertainment force to be reckoned with. What’s your favorite Jersey Shore landmark? I’m a sucker for anything quaint or eclectic, so I really love the brick streets of Washington Street Mall in Cape May. I guess they remind me of Philly!
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VIPs headed to the Hyatt at The Bellevue for the 14th Annual THE Party, hosted by Donors Are Heroes and Gift of Life. THE Party raises funds to help maintain public awareness programs, school summits, and teaching initiatives designed to educate the public about becoming an organ and tissue donor for life-saving transplants. Guests mingled while enjoying specialty cocktails, dishes, and desserts from more than 30 of Philadelphiaâ€™s most fabulous restaurants and bakeries.
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DEVON HORSE SHOW KICKOFF PARTY Jaguar Land Rover Main Line hosted a kickoff party at their Wayne showroom for the Devon Horse Show and Country Fair’s annual Devon Derby event. Guests sampled cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while enjoying a spring fashion show featuring looks by Louella of Wayne.
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Philadelphians gathered at The Logan hotel for the third annual Blingo, a night of celebrity bingo where guests come together to raise awareness for boys suffering from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Celebrity bingo callers included Marisa Magnatta of the Preston & Steve Show, comedian Joe Conklin, and former governor Ed Rendell. Along with bingo and great prizes, the night was filled with cocktails, gourmet foods, music, and a live auction.
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Chrissy Kelly, Christopher Morris, and Jeff Bowden
Julia Rafferty and Bryan Carter
Jeff Yass, Emily and Ron Biscardi, and Anne Ewers
Anna and Brook Lenfest
Julie Coker Graham and Mollie McEnteer
Lisa Haas and Ajay Raju
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Phil and Carole Norcross, Nicole Norcross, and JT Traintos
Jerry Wind, Sarah Walter, Al West, and Barbara Eberlein
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COOPER RED HOT GALA Guests dressed in red gathered at Vie for the sixth annual Cooper Red Hot Gala hosted by the Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper. This gala is one of the largest charitable fundraisers in the region, raising a total of $8 million since 2011. Along with dancing and a silent auction, specialty cocktails and tasty bites were served.
David Mayer, Michelle Gentek-Mayer, and Ron Jaworski
Chrissie Marra and Lexie Norcross
PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDRE FLEWELLEN (PIFA); PHOTOGRAPHY BY JONATHAN KOLBE (COOPER RED HOT)
Art lovers made their way to the Kimmel Center for the 2016 Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts Gala to kick off this year’s 16-day celebration of art and community. Guests were treated to a VIP red carpet, cocktails, dinner, and a live performance from Grammy Award winner Rhiannon Giddens.
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Notable guests joined Steven Lagos and Philadelphia Style to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Philly brandâ€™s Walnut Street boutique. Glasses were raised in a celebratory toast followed by savory treats and cocktails by a.kitchen + a.bar in the AKA Rittenhouse Square lobby.
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ASID PA East hosted the 2016 Interior Design Awards Gala at Union Trust. Guests were treated to an open bar and dinner provided by Finely Catering. Jay Chaikin, host of Restoration Wild, was the host and welcomed guests to honor Inga Saffron of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
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BOYS’ LATIN OF PHILADELPHIA NIGHT OF FASHION Charitable fashionistas gathered for Night of Fashion, the third annual fundraiser benefiting Boys’ Latin of Philadelphia Charter School. This exclusive Derek Lam fashion show took place at Neiman Marcus and was cohosted by the fashion designer himself, along with Ken Downing, Neiman Marcus’s fashion director. This year’s honorees were two supporters who have been with Boys’ Latin since its start in 2007, Susan Buckley and Susan Burch, who both received the Ultimate Mentor Award.
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PHILADELPHIA ANTIQUES AND ART SHOW The Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show kicked off their annual event with a gala preview party at The Navy Yard. While enjoying gourmet food and delicious drinks, VIP guests had the opportunity to view select antiques, art, and period pieces for sale, while conversing with dealers and collectors.
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DOWN THE LINE AND BEYOND GALA Down The Line and Beyond Foundation held its sixth annual Spring Gala at Overbrook Golf Club. Guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and an open bar followed by dinner, silent and live auctions, and dancing. Down the Line and Beyond’s mission is to facilitate positive character and education development for talented Philadelphia-area youth tennis players, in order to maximize each child’s potential on and off the court.
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Colonial Marble hosted its third annual Meet the Team event with the Philadelphia Soul. During the exclusive party the team’s final 2016 roster was announced while guests enjoyed an open bar and bites. A lemonade vodka cocktail was featured to support Alex’s Lemonade Stand, which raises money and awareness for childhood cancer.
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UNVEILING OF THE ROLLSïšº ROYCE DAWN FC Kerbeck hosted an unveiling of the Rolls-Royce Dawn at Caffe Aldo Lamberti. Guests viewed the striking Rolls Royce convertible, while sipping on specialty cocktails and enjoying small bites.
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No one can say Election 2016 has been boring. But all those popcorn-worthy debates may have left you wondering, well, how the US government actually works. PoliticalFest, running July 22–27 in conjunction with the DNC, has at least some of the answers. This unique festival tells the story of American political history and government through
performances, interactive displays, and special guests. Philadelphia history figures in, naturally, thanks to some of the city’s top cultural attractions. Running through Election Day, the National Constitution Center’s “Headed to the White House” exhibit details the election process, while the Convention Center offers more kid-friendly fare.
Presidential china and dresses worn by First Ladies are two of the highlights at the National Liberty Museum, and there are historical objects and documents galore to explore at the Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, the Philadelphia Library Company, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and the Heritage Center at
the Union League. Former Governor Ed Rendell, chairman of the Philadelphia 2016 Host Committee, created PoliticalFest when the city hosted the Republican National Convention in 2000. “We expect it to be even more fun, engaging, and innovative this time around,” says Rendell. We can describe Election 2016 the same way. phldnc.com
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who, what, where clockwise: One Liberty Observation Deck has panoramic views of Philly; the Fireman’s Hall Museum’s collection spans three centuries; Visit Philadelphia President and CEO Meryl Levitz; Congress Hall is one of Old City’s most popular landmarks; the iconic Swann Fountain at Logan Circle.
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Levitz suggests getting a lay of the land from one of the city’s two observation decks, the new One Liberty experience and City Hall’s prime perch. Both are “instructive by day and have pretty views at night,” says Levitz. RING THE ALARM.
Drop by the Fireman’s Hall Museum while exploring Old City. “There are a half-dozen fire trucks from 100 and 200 years ago… plus kids can try on fireman’s gear,” notes Levitz.
Visiting all five of William Penn’s squares: Rittenhouse, Franklin, Washington, Center, and Logan Circle. Explains Levitz, “Penn laid out a perfect grid, simple in design and radical in meaning. Philly is the first planned city.” HALL OF FAME.
“If the walls of Congress Hall could talk, they’d provide the lowdown on the debates that took place when representatives and senators from the fledgling nation assembled here,” says Levitz. The House of Representatives met on the first floor, which looks as it did for John Adams’s inauguration in 1797. A PENNY SAVED…
Walk through Christ Church Burial Ground and “throw a penny on Ben Franklin’s grave for luck,” says Levitz. Superstitious? Yes. But we could all use a little of Franklin’s good fortune. For more information visit visitphilly.com.
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early (if you dare) and kick back inside Ashton Cigar Bar’s sleek, second-floor lounge, where a staggering 200 kinds of cigars and 340 whiskeys await. ashtoncigarbar.com 10:18 PM If burgers and bourbon
beckon, look no further than famed chef-owner Jose Garces’s popular Village Whiskey. The kitchen cranks out gastropub goodness weekdays till midnight. philadelphia.villagewhiskey.com
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CLOCKWISE: Besides hundreds of whiskeys, Ashton Cigar Bar shakes up a variety of craft cocktails; live music, DJs, and comedy shows are all on the event calendar at Coda; Pat’s King of Steaks has been an Italian Market fixture since 1930; even the wine is on tap at Tria Taproom.
11:22 PM Oenophiles and beer
lovers toast with whatever’s on tap that night—yes, even the wine— over burrata-smothered flatbreads at Tria Taproom. triaphilly.com 1:10 AM Make like a local and
grab a sidewalk table for last call at Rouge—for late-night Rittenhouse Square reveling. rouge98.com 1:47 AM When the bars close at
2 AM, the crowd is just picking up at Coda, equal parts nightclub and live-music venue. codaphilly.com 3:09 AM All late-night roads in
Center City lead to Little Pete’s, a greasy-spoon staple since the ’70s. Oh, and make sure to bring cash. 215-545-5508 4:30 AM The battle for best cheesesteak may never have a winner, but you can try one—or better yet both—with a stop at Pat’s and Geno’s, open 24/7. Repeat after us: “Whiz wit.” patskingof steaks.com; genosteaks.com
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History in the Making As she completes her historic second run As ceo of the dnc, reverend Leah D. Daughtry gives us A peek into her very pAtriotic world.
“THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS A WONDERFUL TAPESTRY OF A GREAT MANY DIFFERENT KINDS OF AMERICANS.” —LEAH D. DAUGHTRY
Biggest accomplishment: Keeping a lot of balls in the air so I’m able to be a businesswoman, a daughter, an auntie, a pastor, and a friend. Significance of the DNC being held in Philadelphia: As they say, the past is prologue. So being in a city where our nation was founded, and where a group of people with the best of intentions came together to work through differences, is significant and has reverberations for us as Democrats. On her team’s diversity: The Democratic Party is a wonderful tapestry of a great many different kinds of Americans. And so to have a staff that reflects that means we embrace diversity and, ultimately, we learn that you don’t have to be just like me, to be just like me. On breaking barriers: Barriers were broken for me in order for me to have this position, and it’s my responsibility to ensure that the same path remains clear. Hopefully I can open the door wider for the young Democrats who will come behind me. Words of advice: Embrace hard work. Don’t be afraid of starting at the bottom, and don’t be afraid of the ascent, because it makes reaching the top that much sweeter. Secret indulgence: Shoes. I can say no to food, to clothing, but shoes have their own budget line item. You can never have too many pairs of black shoes.
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MiniMalisM to the Max Art lovers athy And eith SachS offer A long-AwAited glimpse into their world-clAss collection of contemporAry works.
There’s no denying one huge perk of collecting art by living artists: Not only can they discuss their work, they can also become your friends. Kathy and Keith Sachs have been collecting art since they graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in the late 1960s. Keith went on to become the CEO of his family’s business, Saxco International, and Kathy worked at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Originally, their collecting served simply to decorate their home in Rydal (and later, an apartment in New York), but they eventually realized their many world-class Minimalist works couldn’t just be for their eyes only: The collection would need to reach a larger audience.
And now it has: In January 2014, the couple promised to donate 97 works to the Art Museum; the museum presents a preview of this stellar collection—estimated to be worth around $70 million—from June 28 through September 5 in “Embracing the Contemporary.” Kathy and Keith now count some of the contemporary art world’s brightest stars as friends: artists Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, and Charles Ray to name a few. Sculptors Richard Serra, Richard Long, and Joel Shapiro all have spent time at the couple’s Rydal home. “Our conversations with artists still excite us. The only change over time is that they have become more natural,” says Kathy. “The visits continue to be inspiring.” philamuseum.org
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PAIGE TURNER FOR FIELD HOCKEY STAR AND OLYMPIAN PAIGE SELENSKI, THE ROAD TO RIO BEGINS RIGHT HERE IN PHILADELPHIA.
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Lancaster County’s Paige Selenski winning a gold medal at the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto; in London at the 2012 Olympics; behind-thescenes at her ESPN The Magazine shoot. PHOTOGRAPHY BY HARRY HOW/GETTY IMAGES (TOP); KAREN FRANK FOR ESPN (BOTTOM LEFT); DANIEL BEREHULAK/GETTY IMAGES (BOTTOM RIGHT)
When ESPN The Magazine approached Paige Selenski about appearing in the Body Issue last year, the All-American field hockey forward and 2012 Olympian was skeptical. Picture-perfect physique or not, the shoot’s wardrobe included little more than a strategically placed field hockey stick. “It was a vulnerable piece and kind of risky,” says Selenski, who still calls Lancaster County home and grew up going to Phillies games and making cheesesteak runs with her dad. “But, ultimately, the story allowed me to showcase our sport.” With that model moment behind her, Selenski now has her sights set on another star turn: a second appearance at the Summer Olympics. Training at this level is nearly a full-time job, she says, with six days a week of weights, conditioning, yoga, and double practice sessions. But after five years on the US National Team and competitions around the globe under her belt, Selenski, who has been playing field hockey since she was 10 years old, knows what it takes to win. “The last Olympics was incredible—I was a bit starstruck,” admits Selenski, who finds out whether the US Women’s National Team will advance to the Olympics when announcements are made in July. “This time I won’t be as focused on the big picture. It’s about what you need to do to win a medal.”
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Lady Antebellum has performed around the world more than a few times since the group formed in 2006, but we like to think that the Nashville trio (Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, and Dave Haywood) have a soft spot for the City of Brotherly Love. In 2014, they took the stage at The Hamels Foundation’s Annual Diamonds & Denim charity event and managed to bring even
some of the Phillies to their feet belting out party-anthem covers, and last summer, Lady A hit Atlantic City for a free beach concert that drew 65,000 fans. The eight-time Grammy winners return to AC on August 14 for a show at Borgata Casino Hotel & Spa toting new tunes from their fifth studio album, 747, and radio hits like “Love Don’t Live Here” and “I Run to You.” Marilyn
Russell, host of 95.7 Ben FM Mornings, calls their 2009 smash single “Need You Now” one of “the most perfect break-up songs ever,” and we fully agree. “The haunting melody and emotion put forth is spot on... we’ve all been there. Oh, the humanity! It’s a real heartbreaker,” she says. The only thing more heartbreaking? Missing out on tickets. theborgata.com
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We love our outdoor sipping in Philly, but there have been precious few rooftop getaways worthy of bypassing our cherished sidewalk seats. Things are finally looking up, literally, with the opening of Assembly at The Logan. Step out of the elevator on the ninth floor of the hotel, where hosts armed with synchronized iPads usher you past glass doors to the open-air lounge. The design scheme— mirrored panels, illuminated main bar, sleek furnishings—is pure understated cool, but who’s looking at the curvy couches with these views? Bring a phone with a full charge to take photo (after photo) of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, stretching from City Hall to the Art Museum. Cocktails are prone to spark a little creativity, so be sure to have a drink from their Champagne-centric menu. “To us, it’s all about the assembly,” says Beverage Director Brandon Wise. “The better ingredients you use, the better the end product.” And Assembly’s finest end product for alfresco summer evenings is the fragrant Aperol Spritz, a citrusy mix of Prosecco, Aperol, and soda water served in a glass big enough to swim in. The Italians have enjoyed this sparkling aperitif for generations. You get to enjoy it all summer. Saluti! assemblyrooftop.com
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CLOCKWISE: Kick back at one of Assembly’s outdoor firepits, with stellar views of the Ben Franklin Parkway; the selection of light bites is perfect for summer dining; one of Assembly’s skilled mixologists whips up an Aperol Spritz cocktail.
clockwise from left: Kasie Hunt during some rare downtime at NBC Studio offices at 30 Rock; Hunt with GOP nominee Donald Trump; with The New York Times columnist David Brooks on NBC’s Meet the Press.
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When Kasie Hunt arrives in July to cover the DNC, she won’t just be delivering nearnonstop news coverage for MSNBC and NBC—she’ll also be playing the part of tour guide for her fellow journalists. It’s a role the Wayne native tried on for size while covering a rally for Bernie Sanders at Temple University in April. “It’s fun to tell people which restaurants to try or to go run up the Art Museum steps,” says the current DC resident. “I’m surprised by how much I remember.” Hunt also recalls games at Veterans Stadium and exploring Valley Forge Park, which was her “backyard” growing up. She had always been a “news junkie” as a kid, but September 11
proved a pivotal moment in determining her career path. “I remember standing in the hallway at Conestoga High School when 9/11 happened. I came home and turned on the TV and I never really stopped watching [the news].” Fast forward a little more than a decade, and Hunt is not only on the news, she’s making news: She was the first person to interview Donald Trump following his announcement that he would run for president. Her “front-row seat to history” is almost as exciting as returning to her hometown this summer, says Hunt. “I’ve traveled to nearly all of the 50 states [covering the election], so I’ve realized how much it means to come home.”
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“i’ve traveled to nearly all the 50 states [covering the election], so i’ve realized what it means to come home.”—kasie hunt
Summer of (Brotherly) Love Going in Circles With eight acres of open space on the Parkway, The Oval is a hub for food trucks, art, live music, movie nights, workshops—there’s even a beer garden. The season kicks off in mid-July. theovalphl.org Urban Retreat Among Philly’s many seasonal pop-up bars, Independence Beer Garden is one of the largest and most popular. At 20,000 square feet and just steps from the Liberty Bell, IBG pours 40 regional and domestic craft beers and has enough games to keep you there until last call. phlbeergarden.com Magic Mirrors It’s only natural that eclectic South Street is home to Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens museum. Mosaic artist Isaiah Zagar’s largest public installation is a glistening labyrinth of folk art, recycled bicycle wheels, bottles, broken mirrors, and handmade tiles. phillymagicgardens.org Under the Stars The Schuylkill Banks riverfront transforms into an outdoor movie theater for a movie series on Thursdays from June to August. Free screenings (free snacks and drinks, too!) begin at sundown by the grassy area near the Walnut Street Bridge. schuylkillbanks.org Art Imitating Yoga Practice sun salutations in the shadow of the Art Museum every Wednesday at 6 and 7 pm through August when Dhyana Yoga turns the Anne d’Harnoncourt Sculpture Garden into an open-air studio. philamuseum.org
clockwise from top: The Oval is Philadelphia’s answer to the Champs Élysées; Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens museum, itself a work of art, hosts summer twilight evenings; don’t miss the movie nights at Schuylkill Banks; summer and beer gardens go hand in hand—IBG is one of Philly’s most popular.
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It’s a summery day in late spring, and Lilly Pulitzer is packed with shoppers. Moms are sorting through the racks for shift dresses while their teenaged daughters eye rompers lined with pom-poms and junior Lilly lovers tug at bathing suits. It’s a scene that has played out countless times since Lilly Pulitzer, the woman, launched Lilly Pulitzer, the brand, after opening her first boutique in Palm Beach, Florida, in the ’60s. Walking through the label’s King of Prussia Mall flagship, not far from the company’s headquarters and the site of their annual warehouse sale, the late founder Pulitzer feels very much alive: Black-and-white photos, old postcards, and an original shift dress dot the walls. The gleaming white interior makes Lilly’s signature resortwear prints feel even more vibrant. And the prints are where the brand’s story begins, when Pulitzer famously designed her first shift to camouflage clothing stains from working at a Palm Beach juice stand—“It’s the ultimate example of fashion born from necessity,” says Pulitzer executive Janie Paradis—and, later, tasked her Key West artist friends to create custom pieces îî
for fabric prints. Thanks to a dozen full-time artists (who now travel to resort spots like Costa Rica and Tulum for inspiration), that tradition happily continues today. Paradis adds that the Lilly team develops nearly all of the brand’s dreamy colors, too. This union of custom color and custom prints result in hundreds of samples, a fraction of which will make it to the collection, even fewer of which will achieve the stuff of Lilly legend. “Everyone knows the name of their favorite print,” says Paradis, ticking off cheeky monikers like Cluck, Hibiscus Stroll, and Lovers Coral as some of the most popular. To capitalize on the sentimental feeling that Lilly loyalists have for certain patterns, the brand launched Pop Up Prints earlier this year. “We’re bringing back favorites,” says Paradis. The company launched with the navy-andpink For the Halibut and it almost immediately sold out. The social media firestorm (or sandstorm, in this case) around Pop Up Prints has been a hit with the increasingly important millennial set, and Paradis notes that social media has been a natural fit for the uber-visual brand. But it’s more than that. “Social media reminds us of Lilly’s original juice stand, where people went to find out what was going on in Palm Beach,” says Paradis. As Lilly Pulitzer continues to evolve with new stores and a focus on layerable knits, the brand remains a summer wardrobe staple on the Main Line, where one of Lilly’s earliest boutiques was located in Bryn Mawr. “Women grow up their entire lives able to wear Lilly,” says Paradis. “It’s a heritage that not many brands have.” lillypulitzer.com
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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Colorful rompers are just one of many silhouettes catching the attention of millennial shoppers; a print inspired by the foliage of Key West, a place close to founder Lilly Pulitzer’s heart; two-piece looks make for double the wardrobe options; Lilly Pulitzer is right at home in her first boutique in Palm Beach in 1962.
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Bold prints, graphic patterns, pops of color— Africa’s contemporary fashion scene is as visually thrilling as its wildlife safaris. The Art Museum’s “Creative Africa,” a multidimensional look at artistic expression across the continent on view through September, includes two
shows devoted to style: “Threads of Tradition” and “Vlisco: African Fashions on a Global Stage.” “It’s very much a story about appropriation, reappropriation, and cultural integration,” Dilys Blum, the museum’s senior curator of costume and textiles and organizer of the
Vlisco show, whose waxdesigned luxury fabrics have been a mainstay for Africa’s style set since the mid-1800s. The brand has a serious celebrity fan base, too: Beyoncé, Gwen Stefani, and Jill Biden have all been photographed in Vlisco. For Blum, the marriage of traditional fabrics and luxe
aesthetics that dressmakers employ to create customized styles excites her most. “It’s seeing how wax-printed textiles creatively combine to make contemporary and classic looks,” Blum says, noting a couture piece from West African fashion pioneer Sera Perfection as one of the highlights of the
25 costumes on display. But Blum hopes more than fashion will resonate with visitors. “It’s the unraveling of the history,” she says. “There’s a craft in the way textiles are designed and used, and hopefully that will express the joyful experience of Africa.” philamuseum.org
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Even as Chloe Johnston readies for a busy summer dreaming up itineraries for jetsetters intent on finding the best flea markets in Paris or top kitchens in New York, the Devon-based brains behind luxury travel firm CJ Tours (chloejohnston .com) is adding party planner to her repertoire: On July 12, Johnston will throw a Bastille Day fête with dancing, sparklers, and—naturally—lots of bubbles. Here, the unabashed Francophile shares her favored Philly finds. Retail Therapy. A self-described “boutique girl,” Johnston scours the designer racks at Joan Shepp, Jade’s Closet, and Eaves. Bus Stop Boutique is another favorite for its eclectic shoe labels. Horsing Around. Johnston’s favorite hometown fashion event is the fascinator-filled Devon Horse Show and Country Fair: “It’s such a
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Tanzania including a handful in Philadelphia. In 2006, Public Art Review featured Saligman as one of the ten most inﬂuential American muralists of the past decade. She has received numerous awards, including the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program’s Visionary Artist Award. Philadelphia Style’s proposed cover will be one of Saligman’s most recognizable, which is seen by thousands each day as they travel the Ben Franklin Bridge. The 6000 square foot American ﬂag was painted on the side of a Philly warehouse two months after 9/11 as part of the Mural Arts program. Her work, “Common Threads”, is possibly the most famous of Philadelphia’s hundreds of murals. THE DRUMETTES
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This one of a kind work on canvas by Meg Saligman
explores how perspective inﬂuences our perceptions of
people. It is part of a larger series titled Nothing Is As It Seems and illustrates the hidden parts of people through the use of dramatic lighting and composition.
circles (left to right): photography by shawn o’connor, jenny sathngam, jenny sathngam, bode helm, bode helm, bode helm, geof teague, geof teague, michael spain-smith. background: photography by guido antonini/eyeem/getty images
ART of the CITy 2016
This year, our exclusive and unique Art of the City portfolio presents a true celebration of the exceptional talent and diversity of our nation’s artists. In what has become one of the most exciting events in our GreenGale Publishing calendar, the 2016 lineup represents the best, the boldest, and the buzziest from each of our 11 cities. From Boston to New York City and the Hamptons, to Washington, DC, and Philadelphia, Chicago and Miami, Los Angeles, Aspen, Las Vegas, and Austin, we are showcasing this
spectacular array of artists in each of our magazines, on our covers, and through a series of exclusive events around the country, designed to connect our readers and communities with America’s art superstars. In addition—and to underscore our commitment to art awareness in our cities—this year’s featured artists have donated select works to charities to help provide much-needed support. Twyla Tharp said, “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” Now, on your mark, get set… go!
MEG SALIG MAN THE PHILADELPHIA ARTIST AND MURALIST HAS CREATED SOME OF THE CITY’S MOST ICONIC PUBLIC ARTWORKSINCLUDING AN INSTALLATION FOR THE POPE’S VISIT LAST FALLAND THIS SUMMER SHE REIMAGINES TWO OF THEM. BY JOANN GRECO As a young girl growing up near Buffalo, New York, artist Meg Saligman often came to Philadelphia with her family to visit an uncle who lived on a houseboat at Penn’s Landing. Not surprisingly, after graduating from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in fine arts, she found the lure of free housing in such a romantic setting, combined with the city’s thriving arts scene, irresistible. “I fell in love with Philadelphia and never left,” she says. Thirty years later, Saligman has become an integral part of the vibrant cultural life that drew her here, having created such beloved images as Our Flag Unfurled in Old City. Painted on the side of a warehouse near the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, the mural was an immediate response to the events of 9/11. But now Saligman, 50, is meticulously restoring the piece so it will be ready to welcome the thousands coming to town for the Democratic National Convention in July. Saligman’s art career received its first major boost when she was invited to lend her skills to a work in progress by the Philadelphia Anti-Graffiti Network, which has since morphed into the large-scale public-art nonprofit Mural Arts Program (muralarts.org). “The experience offered me three things I absolutely love: painting on a large scale, being outside, and working with people,” she says. Since then, she has designed dozens of murals around town, often in an allegorical style that incorporates classical elements. “Philadelphia has distinguished itself in the contemporary mural arts movement,” she adds, “and we have Mural Arts to thank for that.” Saligman continues to challenge herself. Last year she completed her largest work ever, the 42,000-square-foot The M.L. King Mural: We Will Not Be Satisfied Until... in Chattanooga, Tennessee, a richly hued tribute to an African-American neighborhood. Her delicately beautiful Knotted Grotto, an installation to honor Pope Francis’s historic visit to Philadelphia last fall, encouraged visitors (more than 100,000 in all) to write prayers on white cloth strips and then knot them onto an armature. Those ribbons—now sculpted, layered, and embedded in glass—will adorn the façade of a new Project HOME residence for the city’s homeless on North Broad Street. Saligman will attend not only the Democratic National Convention but also the Republican confab in Cleveland to gather materials for an exhibition at Moore College of Art & Design, which will present her with this year’s Visionary Woman Award. The artist hasn’t yet nailed down the exhibit’s specifics, but there’s no doubt that once again Saligman will leave her mark on our city. “I’m very proud of my body of work,” she says. “It’s a great feeling when I drive by one and can say, ‘I did that!’” megsaligman.com
PHOTOGRAPHY BY TOM CRANE (COMMON THREADS); MICHAEL SPAIN-SMITH (SALIGMAN AND STUDIO DETAILS); MELISSA KELLY (KNOTTED GROTTO)
Common Threads (FAR LEFT), an eight-story mural that Meg Saligman (LEFT) painted in 1998, features local highschool students mirroring the poses of antique figurines. ABOVE: A headboard that Saligman made for a project with The Westin Philadelphia. RIGHT: Knotted Grotto (2015) was created for the Pope’s visit. BELOW: A painting wall in Saligman’s studio where canvases are prepped for murals. ON THE COVER: Our Flag Unfurled (2001).
“MURAL ARTS OFFERED ME THREE THINGS I LOVE: PAINTING ON A LARGE SCALE, BEING OUTSIDE, AND WORKING WITH PEOPLE.” —MEG
RONALD B E VE RLY THE HOWARD UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR IS DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF PHOTOGRAPHERS BY LOOKING TO THE ART FORM’S PAST IN ORDER
When it comes to photographic techniques, Ronald Beverly, the head of the photography department at Howard University in Washington, DC, is a film purist— except when he isn’t. He grounds his own art—and insists that his students ground theirs—in an understanding of traditional practices, darkroom and all, even if 90 percent of the work he is shooting right now is digital. “I’m always accustomed to the complete loop from beginning to end, from image capture to presentation,” Beverly says. Consider Nature’s Avatar, a kaleidoscopic series of digital giclées (printed on canvas) that look like something Google’s DeepDream program might generate. They scan plainly as landscapes and vaguely as natural: rectilinear mandalas that emphasize form, pattern, and fractal geometry. Obviously, these are digital transformations. But Beverly’s black-and-white silver gelatin landscape prints are no less sharp and craggy. Still, the 56-year-old artist is clear with his students that he prizes large-format film photography over digital. “It’s about craftsmanship first, and your meaning and message later,” he says. (Or as he likes to describe the digital-versus-film divide, “The microwave is quicker, but the food doesn’t taste as good.”) In the end, his overarching theme remains the same. “My goal,” says Beverly, “is to bring to light what we can’t see.” Ronald Beverly’s work will be on display at the MGM National Harbor when it opens this fall. 7100 Oxon Hill Road, Oxon Hill, 844-346-4664; mgmnationalharbor.com. boxlightstudios.prosite.com
Ronald Beverly’s digital giclée Over Time #2 (2009), from his Texture Series. The photographer prints his own images so viewers get to see his complete vision, “from image capture to presentation.” COVER, AT LEFT: Aurora Series #9 (2014), from Beverly’s Temporal Kinetics series.
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF THE ARTIST (AURORA SERIES #9 AND OVER TIME #2); TONY J PHOTOGRAPHY (BEVERLY)
TO SEE ITS FUTURE. BY KRISTON CAPPS
NEW YORK CITY
LISA SCH U LTE THE NEON ARTIST IS TAKING A POPCULTURE MEDIUM AND BENDING IT INTO SOMETHING ENTIRELY UNEXPECTED.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY BODE HELM
BY KARI MOLVAR
Lisa Schulte’s years of experience have taught her to “see” in light: “You just have to keep doing it... Then you have the natural feel to shape things within you,” says the neon artist, shown here with Untitled Wood Series #1 (2014). COVER, AT RIGHT: All Your Life You Were Only Waiting for This Moment to Arise (2015).
After a freak accident in childhood, Lisa Schulte lost her sight for three months. It was a moment that shaped the rest of her life. “One doesn’t take sight for granted when you get it back,” says the 60-year-old artist. “It changed my sense of light.” Now, as a visual artist known for her neon work, she’s constantly surrounded by an electric glow. “Many artists take a stab at using neon, but only a few in the world are true experts,” says Blair Clarke of New York’s Voltz Clarke Gallery, which will mount an exhibition of Schulte’s pieces this summer. Schulte is largely self-taught and came to neon through the event production industry—she had her own signage shop in Los Angeles, Nights of Neon, in the mid-’80s. “I just reached a point where I had so much experience in how glass works that I started creating three-dimensional sculptures with neon,” she says. These days, Schulte muses that she can literally “see” in neon—and she’s helping the next generation see it too, by donating a work of art to be auctioned for the artsmentoring nonprofit Free Arts NYC (freeartsnyc.org). “You just have to keep doing it, doing it, doing it,” she says of her work. “Then you have the natural feel to shape things within you.” “Summer Selections,” an exhibition featuring Schulte’s work, runs July 1–August 31 at Voltz Clarke Gallery, 141 E. 62nd St., Second Fl., 212933-0291; voltzclarke.com
MICHAE L DWECK THE SURFINSPIRED PHOTOGRAPHER RELEASES A HIGHLY ANTICIPATED NEW EDITION OF HIS BELOVED BEACHCENTRIC TOME. BY KARI MOLVAR
Photographer Michael Dweck captures the Montauk of his youth in The End: Montauk, N.Y., an ode to disappearing Hamptons surf culture. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Jessica and Kurt (2002); Dweck; Surfer, Ditch Plains (2002); Skinny Dipping, Cavetts Cove (2006). COVER, BOTTOM LEFT: Julia and Brittany, Hither Hills (2010).
PHOTOGRAPHY BY MICHAEL DWECK (BEACH SHOTS); JUPITER JONES (DWECK)
When photographer Michael Dweck, 58, published The End: Montauk, N.Y., in 2004, an homage to the Hamptons’ surfing culture and sun-streaked landscape, the initial print run of 5,000 copies sold out in less than three weeks. Collectors will have another chance to grab the book this summer, though: In July, Dweck will publish 300 copies of a new edition of The End. The $3,000 clothbound volume includes 85 previously unpublished images, as well as an essay by photographer (and Montauk resident) Peter Beard and an 11-by-14-inch gelatin silver print (Surf’s Up, Adriana, or Lilla), numbered and signed. To celebrate its release and preserve the shorelines depicted in the pages, a portion of the proceeds of the book will go toward the Surfrider Foundation (surfrider.org), Oceana (oceana.org), and Splash (splash.org), which help maintain US waterways and beaches. For Dweck, the new edition is also a chance to expand on the book’s original narrative—the spellbinding allure of summer and surfing, and a way of life that’s fading away. “The work was my way of freezing Montauk from when I was a kid,” says Dweck, who grew up in Nassau County, Long Island, and began visiting the seaside community in the ’70s. “It was about a feeling—of what it’s like to be free, young, and 19 again.” The End: Montauk, N.Y. (Ditch Plains Press, $3,000) is available at ditchplainspress.com. michaeldweck.com
BILLY AL BENGSTON
Nicknamed “Rainbow” in high school for his multicolored outfits (“I’d do a complete wardrobe change at lunch,” he says), Billy Al Bengston, photographed in his Venice studio in front of Milwaukee Monster (2016, FAR LEFT) and Ascot (2016), has been a lively fixture on the LA arts scene for nearly 60 years. COVER, BOTTOM LEFT: Riders of Destiny (1966).
PHOTOGRAPHY BY BODE HELM (BENGSTON); BRIAN FORREST (RIDERS OF DESTINY )
AN L.A. LEGEND ARTS ON. BY MICHAEL HERREN In the pantheon of postwar California Cool artists— adventurers with names such as Ruscha, Price, Bell, Altoon, Irwin, and Graham—Billy Al Bengston is the trickster god. He’s one thing; he’s its other—an entertaining introvert who’s naturally the life of any party but who’s also a natural in his studio, alone, a party of one. A self-proclaimed pistonhead who has surfed toes-on-the-nose and raced motorcycles for cash and glory—and who then translated this love of speedy sleekness and slick sheen into motifs and finishes in his paintings. Born in Dodge City, Kansas, at the height of the Depression, Bengston and his family settled in LA in the late 1940s, just in time for high school, where he developed a passion for ceramics before switching to painting. He then proceeded to have five solo shows at the famed Ferus Gallery on North La Cienega Boulevard between 1958 and 1963, and at age 82 he continues to strive to paint a pretty picture—noting, however, that his idea of a pretty picture might not be yours. “Painting, it’s like self-flagellation,” he says. “You sort of like it, and hope other people like what you did while you were beating yourself.” Bengston is donating a hand-colored monoprint, Untitled (1972), which will be auctioned on July 16 at Summer on Seventh, the annual LA fundraisercum-arts happening benefiting Inner-City Arts (innercityarts.org), a nonprofit that provides underserved youth in Los Angeles with access to free arts education. Bengston’s work is featured in “Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection,” which runs April 27, 2016 through February 12, 2017, at the Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort St., New York, 212-570-3600; whitney.org. billyalbengston.com
“PAINTING, IT’S LIKE SELF-FLAGELLATION. YOU SORT OF LIKE IT, AND HOPE OTHER PEOPLE LIKE WHAT YOU DID WHILE YOU WERE BEATING YOURSELF.” —BILLY
DICK CARTE R THE COLORADO ARTIST EXPLORES THE UNIVERSEONE BRUSHSTROKE AT A TIME. BY CHRISTINE BENEDETTI
The mandalas of Dick Carter, seen in his studio, have grown simpler over the years but retain their grounding in natural structures, from cherry blossoms to subatomic particles. ABOVE: Modern Mandala (2015). COVER, AT LEFT: Yellow X Mandala (2014).
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PHOTOGRAPHY BY SHAWN O’CONNOR (CARTER); TONY PRIKRYL (MODERN MANDALA, YELLOW X MANDALA)
It’s been 40 years since artist Richard Carter was Herbert Bayer’s assistant in Aspen, but the Bauhaus architect and artist’s influence is clearly present in Carter’s newest series of works. “It’s in my blood,” he says of the modernist movement known for bold lines, stark shapes, and bright colors. Titled “Mandalas Considered,” Carter’s new exhibition is the fruit of two years of painting and drawing. “I got interested in the mandala, not in the spiritual way but in a formal way, the structure of it,” he says about the geometric pattern used to represent the universe in many Eastern cultures. A cofounder of the Aspen Art Museum, Carter, 70, is deeply rooted in the Aspen Valley’s arts scene, serving on the board of the Art Base, the nonprofit that will be the beneficiary of an Aspen Peak summer fundraiser where one of his pieces will be auctioned off. During a residency at Anderson Ranch Arts Center last summer, he was inspired by Takashi Nakazato’s studio and created three mandala series with the Japanese symbol for a cherry blossom at their center. “They’ve evolved over different ways in the past two years,” he says, “but they all have some reference to scientific notation.” The new series visibly transitions from complex, physics-centered pieces to modern, simplified, more abstract works. The same could be said of Carter himself. “Mandalas Considered” runs June 3–25 at The Launchpad in Carbondale, 76 S. Fourth St., 970-9631680; launchpadcarbondale.com. “Drawings” runs June 10–July 1 at the Art Base in Basalt, 99 Midland Spur, 970-927-4123; theartbase.org. richardcarterart.com
SUSH MACHIDA WITH HIS UNAPOLOGETIC EAST MEETSWEST FUN FUSION STYLE, THIS POP MURALIST HAS LEFT A STRONG IMPRINT ON THE CITY. BY KRISTEN PETERSON
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF THE ARTIST
Japanese-born painter Sush Machida, 43, has made a distinctive mark on the city of Las Vegas with his brilliantly colorful Pop murals. His work includes the large-scale mural he painted with Tim Bavington on Downtown’s Emergency Arts building and 2,000 square feet of peaceful and happy murals for Hope Corridor at Clark County’s Child Haven, which he supports for its work in protecting children from abuse. Machida’s artistic lexicon is vast: Waves and clouds create minimalist forms that bring Japanese woodcut traditions solidly into the now; brightly hued tigers represent Japanese symbols of luck; and other works teem with colorful fish, air fresheners, perfume bottles, and cigarette packs. The Pop muralist is making his mark on Las Vegas in other ways, too: Machida is donating a work of art through Vegas’s Art of the City project to assist in the massive fundraising effort to build The Modern (the modernlv.org), a contemporary art museum planned for Downtown’s burgeoning arts neighborhood. Of Machida’s work, renowned art critic David Hickey says, “It’s always kind of crazy, but it’s never too much, never more than you want. It’s just right—exquisite and graceful. It lives on the surface.” Machida’s work appears in “Tilting the Basin: Contemporary Art of Nevada” at the Nevada Museum of Art, August 5– October 23; nevadaart.org. sushmachida.com
Sush Machida’s exuberant style has earned him fans like Los Angeles Times art critic David Pagel, who writes, “Pop art never looked more scorchingly gorgeous or wickedly Zen.” COVER, AT LEFT: Uneri-zu (2016).
NICK CAVE THE PERFORMANCE ARTIST AND
SOUNDSUIT INVENTOR TACKLES TOUGH SOCIAL ISSUES WITH HIS STUNNING FOUNDOBJECT CREATIONS.
A must-have for any contemporary art museum or top-level collector, Nick Cave’s instantly recognizable soundsuits—exuberant, brightly colored wearable sculptures adorned with everything from buttons and hair to toys and other found objects— have made the 57-year-old professor in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s fashion design department one of the most sought-after artists in the world. Although festive in spirit, the multimedia creations are rooted in a dark moment: the 1991 police beating of Rodney King after a high-speed car chase in Los Angeles. Soon thereafter, Cave found himself gathering twigs and constructing a kind of protective garment-sculpture that served as a prototype for what he later termed soundsuits. He has made more than 500 of them since. Cave, who grew up in rural Missouri and began his studies at the Kansas City (Missouri) Art Institute, is part of a growing trend of community engagement in which an artist becomes what he calls a “cultural change agent.” Whether it’s with his soundsuits, sculptures, installations, or community projects, Cave seeks to transport people into a contemplative, healing, and transformative realm. “I’m creating this space,” he says, “that allows one to imagine.” “Nick Cave: Until” opens at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art on October 16. 1040 Mass MoCA Way, North Adams, MA, 413-662-2111; massmoca.org. nickcaveart.com
With its roots in issues like gun violence and racial inequity, Nick Cave’s colorful art ultimately seeks to transport viewers into a realm that allows for healing and transformation. COVER, AT LEFT: Soundsuit (2015).
PHOTOGRAPHY BY GEOF TEAGUE/WWW.GEOFTEAGUE.COM (CAVE; BACKGROUND); JAMES PRINZ PHOTOGRAPHY. COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND JACK SHAINMAN GALLERY, NEW YORK (SOUNDSUIT)
BY KYLE MACMILLAN
PETE R TU NNE Y WITH HIS GIANT POLAROIDS COLLECTION, THE ARTIST, PHILANTHROPIST, AND ENTREPRENEUR IS CAPTURING MOMENTS AND CREATING TREASURE. BY JON WARECH
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN REUTER (TUNNEY)
Peter Tunney is living in the present. His famed Grattitude, The Time is Always Now, and Enough is Possible paintings hang around the world. “The overarching theme is that I hate that we’re getting older, I hate that time is slipping by,” he says. “I really love being here.” Tunney’s obsession with time is what makes his latest project, Giant Polaroids, so interesting. It involves a large Polaroid camera—one of only five made, manufactured in the late ’70s and used by Andy Warhol and Chuck Close—that produces huge 20-by-24-inch photos. But film for the camera is running out. The 55-year-old artist takes pictures of “whatever comes into my mind that day” and has partnered with the estate of photographer Bert Stern to shoot Stern’s photos of Marilyn Monroe, the last taken before she died. “You’re like nose to nose with Marilyn Monroe telling you, ‘Come and get me, baby,’” he says of the process. Of course, long after all the film for the giant camera is gone, Tunney’s work will still be making its mark. As part of Ocean Drive’s Art of the City initiative, he has agreed to donate a work to benefit Artists for Peace and Justice (apjnow.org), a nonprofit that addresses issues of poverty around the world. “If we ran out [of film] tomorrow, then c’est la vie,” he says. “It would just make me treasure these pictures more, and would make me think I should have done more Marilyns.” Tunney’s studio is located at 220 NW 26th St., Miami, 646-245-7904; petertunney.com What Peter Tunney (ABOVE RIGHT, artdirecting Mr. Brainwash at a Giant Polaroids shoot) calls “stuff that I treasure”—from Cap’n Crunch boxes to bleached-out beer cans to a childhood Lassie book—has a way of becoming part of his art, which may explain how his paint-smudged jeans wound up in the piece Cailin Double Exposed in My Jeans (2015) on Ocean Drive’s cover (LEFT). BACKGROUND: A detail from Brillo (2016).
J E N NIFE R CHE NOWETH NO ONE UNDERSTANDS THE TEXAS CAPITAL’S PASSION FOR PLACE LIKE CHENOWETH, WHOSE XYZ ATLAS SHOWS WHERE AUSTINITES HAVE EXPERIENCED THEIR HIGHS AND LOWS. BY KATHY BLACKWELL
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JENNY SATHNGAM
Jennifer Chenoweth jokes that she feels like “a dinosaur” because she can use power tools and has classical training, but she is learning the computer graphics program Rhino in order to do 3-D design. “Digital prints help art be more affordable for more people,” she notes. Her XYZ Atlas project also includes small sculptures (TOP) based on the flowerlike color wheel of emotions that’s also at the heart of The Hedonic Map of Austin (2015; ON COVER, RIGHT).
This spring, artist Jennifer Chenoweth unveiled the final installment in her collaborative multimedia project XYZ Atlas, which employs art, technology, and psychology to illustrate how Austinites feel about places around their city. Over a three-year period, 500 people responded to her surveys, which asked questions like “Where did you fall in love?” and “Where did you have your worst night?” Inspired by Robert Plutchik’s color wheel of emotions (lemon yellow for joy, dark green for terror, and so on) and using geospatial information systems technology, Chenoweth created The Hedonic Map of Austin, which depicts where residents have felt their highs and lows. The happiest point is a lemon-yellow peak right over Barton Springs and Zilker Park, the urban oasis in this outdoors-obsessed city. “I thought people would just answer with two-word locations, but they told these rich stories,” says Chenoweth, 47, who was also surprised by how the surveys tracked Austin’s rapid growth. She has expanded XYZ Atlas to include temporary art installations, a catalog, and a large solar-powered steel sculpture of a lotus flower called Dance of the Cosmos. Chenoweth is now applying for grants to help her fund the digital platform of XYZ Atlas so she can take it to other cities. “The possibilities of art have completely changed through technology,” she says. Artwork from XYZ Atlas is on display through August at the Beverly S. Sheffield Education Center at Barton Springs Pool Bathhouse, 2201 Barton Springs Road; barton s p r i n g s c o n s e r v a n c y. o r g . fisterrastudio.com
R ACHE L PE RRY THE ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM’S ARTISTINRESIDENCE CREATES MASTERFUL ART FROM WHAT THE REST OF US THROW AWAY.
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF THE ARTIST AND YANCEY RICHARDSON GALLERY (LOST IN MY LIFE SERIES); IAN TRAVIS BARNARD (PERRY)
BY LISA PIERPONT
A fruit sticker, a plastic twist tie, a price tag: Rachel Perry collects, cherishes, and creates world-class art out of them—thousands and thousands of them. The current artist-in-residence at Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Perry, 54, has spent her career exploring how our identity is defined by modern consumer culture. She’s a collector first, hand-peeling labels and meticulously preserving them on wax paper; then, she is a sculptor, photographer, performance artist, and painter. Her mission: “What I am doing here is trying to comment on the daily life of one small life on this planet as it may relate to art, and that is all.” Born in Tokyo, Perry earned a BA from Connecticut College and a diploma and fifth-year certificate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She was honored with the Catherine Boettcher Fellowship at the MacDowell Colony and is a two-time winner of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Award for Excellence in Drawing and Sculpture. Her work is displayed in numerous museums and private collections around the world. Her solo show, “What Do You Really Want?,” is currently on view at—literally on the outside wall of—the Gardner Museum. “Rachel Perry: What Do You Really Want?” runs through June at the Gardner Museum, New Wing Façade, 25 Evans Way, 617-566-1401; gardnermuseum.org. Perry’s work will also be featured at “First Light: A Decade of Collecting at the ICA,” which runs August 17, 2016 through January 16, 2017, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, 25 Harbor Shore Dr., 617-478-3100; icaboston.org. rachelperrystudio.com
Rachel Perry painstakingly sculpts tin foil into letters. Language’s inability to really communicate “what we humans are trying to describe” is an ongoing fascination for the artist. ABOVE, FROM LEFT: Lost in My Life (fruit stickers) (2010); Lost in My Life (wrapped books) (2010). COVER, AT LEFT: Lost in My Life (silver twist ties #1) (2011).
STYLE It’s no secret that it’s getting a lot harder to pick the best of, well, anything in Philadelphia. Ask someone to name their favorite place to get Italian gelato, organic pedicures, or custom window treatments and you will likely get three or four suggestions rather than just one glowing recommendation. We understand the struggle to play favorites and take a similar approach in compiling our annual Best of Style feature, offering a handful of buzzy winners that span not just categories but neighborhoods from Center City to the Main Line. As always, seven Philly notables give us their personal “bests” and—no surprise—they had a tough time narrowing down their top restaurants, locally owned boutiques, and secret city ﬁnds. Consider this entire Summer issue your own secret city ﬁnd.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DARYL PEVETO
LEADING THE WAY All eyes are on Philadelphia for the DNC—and on Mayor Jim Kenney (@phillymayor). Here, 12 things you might not know about Philly’s 99th mayor, shown here in a portrait shot at City Hall. What makes Philly great: The people. We’re a city of very diverse neighborhoods but no matter where you go you’re going to ﬁnd people that make a positive, memorable impression. Famous Philadelphian you’d most like to have dinner with: Octavius Catto is Philly’s unsung civil rights hero. There’s so much I’d like to learn about his work that’s just not in the history books. Favorite restaurant: Bomb-Bomb Tavern, Relish, Vietnam. Top summer event: DNC. Where I go for inspiration: Pre-K. Seeing kids with so much potential and knowing we can help them capitalize on that is very energizing. Childhood memories: Playing on ﬁretrucks. We were so proud of the fact that my dad was a Philly ﬁreﬁghter. Biggest change you
want to see in Philly: Poverty rate has to go down. We as a city can’t thrive in the long-term if over a quarter of our population is living in poverty and half is living on $50,000 or less. Philly on Film: Philadelphia. What the DNC means for the city: It means we’ll make national history, yet again. I feel incredibly honored to host the Convention where we’ll nominate the ﬁrst female president. Tourist Tips: Hit East Passyunk. It’s not a classic tourist stop, so you’ll get to interact with more locals. Four years from now, Philly will… be a city where there’s opportunity in every zip code. I’m realistic about how much we can change in four years but hope that no matter where you live, there’s a real path for you to rise above the circumstances into which you were born. Then I’ll feel like we accomplished what we were elected to do. What people can expect from this year’s rebooted Fourth of July party: TSOP!
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Broadway, Deepwater, NJ; costelloslandscapes.com) The certified staff is trained to install custom patios, outdoor kitchens, natural stone, and much more. SECRET GARDEN (7631 Ridge Ave., 215-483-5009) A local business offering gardening and landscaping services.
D. Freeman run a Philadelphia-based, fullservice design firm working with clients across the United States. LIGNE ROSET (33 N. Second St.; ligne-roset.com) The Roset family is known for their contemporary design and luxurious style. RCC DESIGN GROUP
(rhondaclarkcarlson.com) Rhonda Clark Carlson will create a serene environment in any room thanks to her mix of contemporary and traditional techniques. ROCHE BOBOIS (311 Arch St.; roche-bobois.com) An international brand featuring bold and aesthetically pleasing pieces to accompany any room. SEMERJIAN INTERIORS
(semerjianinteriors.com) Ani Semerjian creates elegant spaces filled with sophisticated décor.
FLOWER POWER BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS (1016
New Market St.; beautifulblooms. com) The Northern Liberties boutique provides beautiful flowers for any event. EVANTINE DESIGN (7500 Wheeler St.; evantinedesign.com) Rittenhouse’s premier event production and design firm dedicated to taking your breath away. PETAH BASHANO EVENT AND FLORAL DESIGN
(865 Sussex Blvd., Broomall; petahbashano.com) Petah brings his personal style and flare to clients nationwide. ROBERTSON’S FLOWERS
(8501 Germantown Ave.; robertsonsflowers.com) Familyowned business offering everything from same-day delivery to wedding arrangements. TERRAIN (914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills; shopterrain.com) Outdoor pillows, citronella
WALLACE LANDSCAPE ASSOCIATES (1598 Baltimore
Pike, Chadds Ford; wallace landscape.com) The landscape designer will walk you through their award-winning process, ensuring you have a backyard you love.
ALL IN THE ACCESSORIES
YOUNG’S LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT (323 Main
BOCONCEPT (1719 Chestnut St.; boconceptpa.com) Shop all their modern and contemporary Scandinavian furniture for the bedroom, living area, and office. BONS RÊVES (18 N. Union St., Lambertville, NJ; bonsreves. com) A French-inspired boutique featuring quality items and timeless style. COMPANY C (122 E. Lancaster Ave.; companyc.com) Revamp your home with an array of bright colors and bold patterns. ETHAN ALLEN (multiple locations; ethanallen.com) Update your outdoor area with new furniture, rugs, pillows, and fabrics from this
St., Lumberton, NJ; youngs landscape.com) A company that understands that home is the centerpiece of life.
DESIGN FORWARD BJS DESIGNS (bjsinterior
design.com) With a lifetime of design and business experience, Barbara is guaranteed to create a home where you will want to host parties. BUSYBEE DESIGN (350 S. 15th St.; busybeephilly.com) The interior design team is happy to assist with all of your design needs from unique furniture pieces to home renovation. FREEMAN’S INTERIORS
(1520 Spruce St.; freeman interiors.com) Don and Renee
RESTORATION HARDWARE (multiple locations; restorationhardware.com) Upscale hardware and home furnishings available online and in store.
NO RESERVATIONS High Street Hospitality’s Ellen Yin (@highstreet philly), here at Fork, dishes on the Barnes, the beauty of 30th Street, and her not-sobasic black uniform. Philly is so...: Green! The one thing I love about Philly is being able to ride a bike or walk anywhere in Center City. Philly tradition: I co-chair the annual fundraiser for Delaware River Waterfront Corporation each summer. Famous Philadelphian you most want to have dinner with: As a restaurateur, I’m lucky in that I
get to “have dinner” with a lot of Philadelphians— many who are famous. And although he isn’t famous, the Philadelphian I most want to have dinner with is my boyfriend, Wayne. Philly on ﬁlm: The Art of the Steal, the documentary that details the controversy surrounding the Barnes Foundation’s move to the Parkway, fascinates me. Favorite city landmark: 30th Street Station. Now with a restaurant in New York, I travel frequently. I love coming home, ascending the stairs, and seeing the gorgeous
candles, and other gifts perfect to complete your outdoor retreat
contemporary paintings and pieces from major artists and local favorites alike.
VALLEY FORGE FLOWERS
(503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne; valleyforgeflowers.com) Attend on-site events and classes to become your family’s green thumb.
(242 Geiger Road; calderwood gallery.com) Featuring French decorative artists from the 1900s.
ART IN THE CITY
snyderman-works.com) Old City gallery where furniture, glass art, ceramics, and jewelry are showcased. WEXLER GALLERY (201 N. Third St.; wexlergallery.com) Exhibiting pieces that test the boundaries of fine art and design.
(4339 Main St.; thebazemore gallery.com) Bringing cool and contemporary gallery art to Manayunk. BRIDGETTE MAYER GALLERY (709 Walnut St.;
bridgettemayergallery.com) Displaying beautiful and
SNYDERMAN-WORKS GALLERIES (303 Cherry St.;
concourse. The future of Philly’s food scene: Amazing, but I hope that more people want to join the industry and understand what’s involved. Favorite local boutiques: Since I’m around food I tend to stick to a basic black uniform from shops like Nicole Miller and Theory. Favorite restaurant (aside from your own!): I try to support the chef community as much as I can. My most frequented spot is Pho Saigon for the Bun Bo Hue with tendon. And I love Mr. Martino’s Trattoria.
IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS
COLONIAL MARBLE & GRANITE (2000 Washington
BLUEBELL KITCHENS (1104 Bethlehem Pike, Spring House; bluebellkitchens.com) From traditional to modern, the talented team will help you remodel your home every step of the way.
Ave.; colonialmarble.net) The leading stone fabrication and installation company in the tri-state area, carrying more than 4,500 slabs of granite, marble, onyx, and more. FRETZ KITCHEN (4050 S. 26th St.; fretz.com) Representing amazing home brands including Sub-Zero, Wolf, Scotsman, and more.
(1931 Chestnut St.; california closets.com) Creating custom storage units such as walk-in closets and functional media centers. CLOSETS BY DESIGN (928 Springdale Dr., Exton; closetsby design.com) Experts in in-home consultation, construction, and customized designs.
NEMO TILE COMPANY
(1520 Locust St., 2nd Fl.; nemotile.com) A renowned New York-based emporium that uses porcelain, ceramic, metal, glass, stone, and mosaics.
DINING After celebrating the 100th anniversary of Big Brothers Big Sisters with a star-studded gala, CEO Marcus Allen (@marcusallenbbbs), shown here at Russell Byers Charter School, is back to business helping the city’s youth. Favorite restaurant: Can’t say just one: Del Frisco’s, Sbraga, Capital Grille, and R2L. Local athlete: Malcolm Jenkins is such a class act and is doing great things for local youth through The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation. Famous Philadelphian you most want to have dinner with: Ben Franklin. Aside from what most people know he also invented the rocking chair, spoke ﬁve languages, and was almost killed twice during experiments. Local landmark: City Hall was the tallest habitable building in the world from 1894 -1908 and, with 700 rooms, is still one of the largest
municipal buildings in the world. Impressive. Favorite Philadelphia movie: Trading Places. My ofﬁce is located in the Duke and Duke building! What makes Philly great: I have traveled and lived in many cities in the US, Europe, South America, and Israel, and none of the places match the spirit, ﬂamboyance, and conﬁdence of the people that you meet here. Why BBBS is important to the city: We have been working in the Greater Philadelphia community for over 100 years and have served over 200,000 kids in that time. I would like to think that we played a role in the health and vitality of this great city and will continue to do so.
AMERICA THE GREAT A. KITCHEN (135 S. 18th St.; akitchenandbar.com) Chef Eli Kulp and Ellen Yin oversee the contemporary American eatery in Rittenhouse Square. BLUE BELL INN (601 Skippack Pike, Blue Bell; bluebellinn.com) Serving a variety of American eats, the restaurant’s building dates back to 1743. BUD AND MARILYN’S
(1234 Locust St.; budand marilyns.com) Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran add to their 13th Street empire with a restaurant paying homage to comfort food. FOND (1537 S. 11th St.; fondphilly.com) With housemade bread and desserts, you will feel right at home in their welcoming dining room. FORK (306 Market St.; forkrestaurant.com) Inventive contemporary American fare now includes an indulgent weekend brunch. ROUGE (205 S. 18th St.; rouge98.com) The Erin Go Burger features corned
PHOTOGRAPHY BY NEAL SANTOS (DOUBLE KNOT)
An epicurean feast of haute plates, savory treats, and craft cocktails.
beef, cabbage slaw, and cheddar cheese. SBRAGA (440 S. Broad St.; sbragadining.com) Located on the Avenue of the Arts, the 60-seat dining room offers four and six-course prix fixe menus.
SWEET TREATS CLASSIC CAKE (480 Evesham Road, Cherry Hill; classiccake.com) Taste is combined with attention to detail for signature cakes, cookies, and delicacies. POTITO’S ITALIAN AMERICAN BAKERY (1614
W. Ritner St.; potitobakery.com) The Italian bakery whips up custom creations, pastries, and out-of-thisworld wedding cakes. SWEET BOX CUPCAKES
(339 S. 13th St.; shopsweet box.com) Their adorable truck brings cupcakes, cakes, cookies, and more right to you. TERMINI BROS. BAKERY
(1523 S. Eighth St.; termini.com) Run by third-generation brothers, Joseph and Vincent, the South Philadelphia bakery is famous for its cannolis.
CIAO! AMIS (412 S. 13th St.;
amisphilly.com) The Romanstyle trattoria boasts a sharedplate menu of favorites like fried Brussels sprouts and swordfish meatballs. CAFFE ALDO LAMBERTI
(2011 Marlton Pike W., Cherry Hill; caffelamberti.com) Serving contemporary Italian cuisine and seafood for over 25 years. D’ANGELO’S RISTORANTE
(256 S. 20th St.; dangelo ristorante.com) Fine food prepared from generations of family recipes. DAVIO’S (111 S. 17th St.; davios.com/phil) Where the top-notch customer service is just as excellent as the house-made pasta dishes and prime cuts. GRAN CAFFE L’AQUILA
(1716 Chestnut St.; gran
caffelaquila.com) Authentic eatery offering the best gelato outside of Italy. GIRASOLE (440 S. Broad St.; girasolephilly.com) Enjoy Old-world Italian flavors tucked inside the Symphony House. LASCALA’S (615 Chestnut St.; lascalasphilly.com) For Sunday dinner the Italian restaurant will make you think you are back at grandma’s. OSTERIA (640 N. Broad St.; osteriaphilly.com) Drawing inspiration from traditional osterias in Northern Italy. PALLADINO’S (1934 E. Passyunk Ave.; lukepalladino .com) The unforgettable Italian cuisine features handcrafted pastas, woodfired steaks, and fine wines. TREDICI ENOTECA (114 S. 13th St.; tredicienoteca.com) From Zavino Hospitality Group comes an Italian hot spot serving small plates and signature cocktails.
IMBIBE YOUR SENSES A. BAR (135 S. 18th St.;
akitchenandbar.com) Cocktails, beers, and wines are brought to you by artisanal distillers, brewers, and winemakers. ASSEMBLY (One Logan Sq.; theloganhotel.com) The ultra-modern rooftop bar overlooks Ben Franklin Parkway from nine flights up and specializes in Champagne-centric cocktails. HOP SING LAUNDROMAT
(1029 Race St.; hopsing laundromat.com) Be in the know and visit this swanky speakeasy in Chinatown. VESPER (223 S. Sydenham St.; vesperphilly.com) The modern day supper club embraces a past of mobsters and old-world flavors. ZEE BAR (100 Spring Garden St.; zee-bar.com) The afterhours bar offers bottle service, live DJ’s, dancing, and drinks.
DOUBLE KNOT (120 S. 13th St.; doubleknotphilly.com) Unique fusion of a cozy coffee shop and underground sushi speakeasy.
RAISE A GLASS LACROIX (210 W. Rittenhouse
Sq.; lacroixrestaurant.com) Tucked inside the Rittenhouse Hotel, a multi-course gourmet meal awaits from talented chef Jonathan Cichon. PARAMOUR (139 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne; paramourwayne.com) Fine dining that features sophisticated and modern American dishes. SAVONA (100 Old Gulph Road, Gulph Mills; savona restaurant.com) The outdoor patio is perfect for enjoying the farm-to-table Italian fare. VOLVÉR (300 S. Broad St.; philadelphia.volverrestaurant .com) Jose Garces’s luxe restaurant was recently awarded a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide. VETRI (1312 Spruce St.; vetriristorante.com) Opt for the custom tasting menu for your next celebratory occasion.
SEASONAL EATS SERPICO (604 South St.;
A collaboration between Chef Peter Serpico and Stephen Starr, the dinner-only restaurant features a seasonally changing menu. VERNICK FOOD & DRINK
(2031 Walnut St.; vernickphilly .com) Overlook Walnut Street from the second floor while enjoying a roasted lamb rack and veal sweetbreads. WHITE DOG CAFE (multiple locations; whitedog.com) With locations in University City, Wayne, and Haverford, it is easy to enjoy their environmentally sustainable menu wherever you live. VEDGE (1221 Locust St.; vedgerestaurant.com) Vedge proves that vegetables can be the star of every dish.
PIE IN THE SKY NOMAD PIZZA (multiple
locations; nomadpizzaco.com) Bring their homemade pizza right to your door with the 1949 REO Speedwagon Pizza Truck. SLICE (multiple locations; slicepa.com) A BYOB pizzeria
with locations in Rittenhouse Square, Italian Market, and Washington Township. ZAVINO (multiple locations; zavino.com) The Joey pizza features Berkshire pork sausage, mozzarella cheese, crushed tomato, spinach, garlic, chili flakes, and provolone.
POINT OF VIEW POSITANO COAST (212 Walnut St.; positanocoast.net) Dine al fresco in their openair patio. R2L (50 S. 16th St., 37thFl.; r2lrestaurant.com) Sit 500 feet above the city and enjoy views as good as the menu. TALULA’S GARDEN (210 W. Washington Sq.; talulas garden.com) Eat farm-fresh frittatas for brunch on the picturesque patio.
CHOPPED DEL FRISCO’S DOUBLE EAGLE STEAK HOUSE
(1426–28 Chestnut St.; delfriscos.com) Promising an unforgettable dining
experience inside a Philadelphia landmark. MARIE NICOLE’S (9510 Pacific Ave., Wildwood Crest, NJ; marienicoles.com) Delicious steaks, seafood, and seasonal fare in a fine dining atmosphere. URBAN FARMER (1850 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.; urbanfarmerphiladelphia.com) The Logan Square steakhouse is farm to table and dedicated to using only locally sourced ingredients.
FRENCH FARE BIBOU (1009 S. Eighth St.; biboubyob.com) Now serving a French-inspired prix fixe menu in South Philly. LAUREL (1617 E. Passyunk Ave.; restaurantlaurel.com) The tasting-menu-only restaurant from Top Chef winner, Nicholas Elmi, remains one of the city’s toughest reservations.
FIELD OF DREAMS
Philly on ﬁlm: Rocky movies, of course. Creed, the most recent in the series, might be my favorite. Favorite restaurant: A short list of my favorites is Vetri, Double Knot, Vernick, Zahav, and Barclay Prime. City esapes: I love riding my bike along the Schuylkill River
Trail. It’s also a great example of what can happen when a number of organizations work together. Summer in the city: The DNC and Guns N’ Roses at the Linc in July. And training camp because that means the season is near. Great (Eagles) expectations: I’ve really been impressed with the direction our team is going. We have some great coaches on staff. As always, our focus going into the season is to compete for a division title. Why MTWB is important to the city: We believe outdoor
play is an essential component of child development and community engagement. Through MTWB, we work with city and community partners to support projects through funding and partnership development and help drive the process forward. What’s ahead in 2016: We are wrapping up the ﬁrst phase of construction on the Smith Playground Recreation Center in South Philly and will move ahead with Phase 2 this fall. And our 2017 park project is already conﬁrmed.
Ave.; parisbistro.net) Chestnut Hill’s charming and authentic French bistro.
THE HAPPIEST HOUR BANK AND BOURBON
(1200 Market St.; bankand bourbon.com) A bourbon and whiskey bar that features an innovative barrel-aging program. THE JUICE MERCHANT
(4330 Main St.; thejuice merchant.com) Give your body 100 percent organic ingredients in a wide range of fresh pressed juices, smoothies, and more. SAMPAN (124 S. 13th St.; sampanphilly.com) Chef Michael Schulson offers a robust happy hour menu as impressive as the dinner
PHOTOGRAPHY BY TIM TIEBOUT/PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART
Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin (@connorbarwin98), photographed at Smith Playground, makes some of his biggest plays off the ﬁeld, with his community-minded Make The World Better Foundation.
PARIS BISTRO AND JAZZ CAFE (8229 Germantown
selections. STRATUS ROOFTOP (433
Chestnut St.; stratuslounge.com) Hotel Monaco’s glitzy rooftop oasis.
SUGA (1720 Sansom St.; sugabyfoo.com) Susanna Foo teams up with her son to bring Chinese dishes like shrimp dumplings and wonton noodle soup to the next level.
DI BRUNO BROS. (multiple
locations; dibruno.com) The talented event team will help you plan the perfect affair.
rastellimarket.com) Fine quality meats and cheeses available for pick up or catering.
ECLECTIC EATS AMADA (217–219 Chestnut
St.; amadarestaurant.com) Contemporary Spanish cuisine from Iron Chef Jose Garces. MIXTO (1141 Pine St.; mixtorestaurante.com) A menu featuring Cuban, Latin American, and Caribbean cuisine. OPA (1311 Sansom St.; opaphiladelphia.com) Classic dishes include lamb, chicken, and fish gyros and Tzatziki spread. VALANNI (1229 Spruce St.; valanni.com) Come for the Mediterranean dishes, stay for the late-night dancing. ZAHAV (237 St. James Pl.; zahavrestaurant.com) With a name meaning “gold” in Hebrew, it is appropriate for the authentic restaurant to get the gold star for best hummus in the city.
ASIAN FLAIR BING BING DIM SUM (1648
E. Passyunk Ave.; bingbing dimsum.com) From the creators of Cheu Noodle Bar comes a pop-art themed eatery offering fun food and happy drinks. MORIMOTO (723 Chestnut St.; morimotorestaurant.com) Stephen Starr’s high-class Japanese restaurant run by Iron Chef Morimoto.
RASTELLI MARKET FRESH (multiple locations;
Museums, arboretums, and activities celebrate Philly’s rich history. THE GREAT OUTDOORS BLUE CROSS RIVERRINK SUMMERFEST (101 S.
phlbeergarden.com) This all-American beer garden overlooks the Liberty Bell and Independence National Park, and offers guests 40 regional and craft beers.
SCIENCES OF DREXEL UNIVERSITY (1900 Benjamin
Franklin Pkwy.; ansp.org) Walk among butterflies, dinosaurs, and insects as you enter the world of environmental science.
SPRUCE STREET HARBOR PARK (401 Spruce St.;
THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE
sprucestreetharborpark.com) The packed pop-up park returns to kick off the season with summer-ready bites from Garces Group, hammocks to lounge in, and games to play.
(222 N. 20th St.; fi.edu) The museum welcomes the special exhibit “The Science Behind Pixar” this summer, with interactive elements for the whole family.
YOGA ON THE RACE STREET PIER (Columbus
Blvd. & Race St.; drwc.org) Yogis can practice outdoors seven days a week during free classes through the fall.
HISTORY LESSONS NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORY (101 S. Independence
Mall E.; nmajh.org) Tour the summer’s special exhibition, “Locally Grown, Jersey’s Jewish Farms,” after taking a walk through the museum’s permanent exhibits. SIMEONE FOUNDATION AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM
(6825 Norwitch Dr.; simeone museum.org) Dr. Frederick Simone displays eye-catching racing sports cars he has been collecting for decades.
(200 N. Sixth St.; historic philadelphia.org/franklinsquare) Enjoy a ride on the carousel or play Phillythemed mini golf before visiting the Betsy Ross House. NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CENTER (525 Arch St.;
constitutioncenter.org) Ongoing exhibits tell the story of US freedom and bring the Constitution to life using interactive exhibits. PHILADELPHIA ZOO (3400 W. Girard Ave.; philadelphia zoo.org) America’s first zoo welcomes families for a day of fun: fly high on the 6ABC Zoo Balloon and watch the Zoo360 where animals are free to roam high above.
MUSICAL MOVES KIMMEL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS (300 S.
Broad St.; kimmelcenter.org) The crown jewel of arts and culture in Philadelphia showcases premier programming and fabulous dining at Jose Garces’s Volvér. PENNSYLVANIA BALLET
(300 S. Broad St.; paballet.org) In addition to making dancing dreams come true on stage, the Pennsylvania Ballet strives to share the joy of dance throughout the Philadelphia community. THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA (select venues;
philorch.org) Need an idea for date night? The orchestra’s series of summer shows at the Mann Center are perfect for a night on the town.
FOR ARTS SAKE THE BARNES FOUNDATION (2025
Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.; barnesfoundation.org) The Philadelphia gem promotes advancement of education and the appreciation of fine arts and horticulture. This summer visit “Nari Ward: Sun Splashed” through August.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY (3260
South St.; penn.museum) Embark on a journey through art and artifacts from all over the world as you discover fascinating facts about humankind. WINTERTHUR MUSEUM
Columbus Blvd.; riverrink.com) The popular ice skating rink shifts gears and transforms into a roller rink again this summer, and welcomes Chickie’s and Pete’s Waterfront Crabshack.
(5105 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, DE; winterthur .org) Henry Francis du Pont’s ode to American decorative arts is worth a visit when the gorgeous gardens come to life each season.
INDEPENDENCE BEER GARDEN (100 S.
A FAMILY AFFAIR
Independence Mall W.;
ACADEMY OF NATURAL
PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART (2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy.; philamuseum.org) “Creative Africa” makes its way to the museum walls, showcasing contemporary photography, fashion, and architecture from African artists.
JAMES A. MICHENER ART MUSEUM (138 S. Pine St.,
Doylestown; michenerart museum.org) Explore indoor exhibits, then take your journey outdoors to the lush yard to see the Patricia D. Pfundt Sculpture Garden. PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS
(118–128 N. Broad St.; pafa.org) Through September, “Happiness, Liberty, Life? American Art and Politics,” explores themes of humor and protest.
ESCAPE THE CITY HILTON PHILADELPHIA CITY AVENUE (4200 City
Ave.; hilton.com) Hilton’s in-house restaurant, Delmonico’s Steakhouse, is a prime location for upscale dining. SHERATON VALLEY FORGE HOTEL (480 N.
Gulph Road, King of Prussia; sheratonvalleyforge.com) A short ride away from King of Prussia Mall to shop and dine, and just 30 minutes outside Center City. THE WAYNE HOTEL
(139 Lancaster Ave., Wayne; waynehotel.com) This upscale, traditional spot located outside city limits is the perfect suburban getaway.
hotel) Indulge in delicious American fare with a modern twist at Bank and Bourbon, or relax in the lounge at this contemporary hotel. THE LOGAN HOTEL (One Logan Sq.; theloganhotel.com) Philadelphia’s luxury hotel reborn: spend the night, dine at Urban Farmer, and take in breathtaking city views at their ninth-floor rooftop lounge, Assembly. RITTENHOUSE 1715 (1715 Rittenhouse Sq.; rittenhouse 1715.com) This elegant boutique hotel is made for a historic getaway in the heart of Center City.
Upgrade your wardrobe with help from a bevy of designer boutiques.
THE RITTENHOUSE HOTEL
(210 W. Rittenhouse Sq.; rittenhousehotel.com) Friendly to guests and their pets, too, this luxury hotel offers incredible city views and gourmet dining from Lacroix. THE RITZ CARLTON, PHILADELPHIA
(10 Avenue of the Arts; ritzcarlton.com/philadelphia) Step outside of your suite and into the lively happy hour in the Ritz’s grand rotunda, or wind down at the Richel D’Ambra Spa and Salon. SOFITEL PHILADELPHIA
(120 S. 17th St.; sofitel.com) French elegance meets American style from the décor to the menus.
DESIGNER LABELS LOUIS VUITTON (King of
Prussia Mall; louisvuitton.com) Discover the iconic brand’s summer collection featuring bold colors and bright patterns. NICOLE MILLER (multiple locations; nicolemiller.com) Located inside the beautiful Bellevue the shop has a jaw-dropping outfit for every occasion. SAINT LAURENT (King of Prussia Mall; ysl.com) Offering an impressive collection of ready-to-wear clothing, shoes, and jewelry for men and women.
EYEGLASS WORKS (4407 Main St.; theeyeglassworks.com) Offering personalized service, curated brands, and top industry leaders. EYESITE (124 S. 19th St.; eyesite-phila.com) Take your eyewear game to a whole new
(433 Chestnut St.; monacophiladelphia.com) Phillythemed touches make this Old City hot spot ideal for a staycation. LOEWS (1200 Market St.; loewshotels.com/philadelphia-
WEST COAST OPTICAL
(1726 Chestnut St.; westcoast optique.com) Open since 1986, the boutique features the latest fashion trends in eyewear.
summer 2016 collections, suits, polos, bags, and other essentials. SALVATORE FERRAGAMO
(King of Prussia Mall; ferragamo.com) From belts to timepieces, bags, luggage and more. VENTRESCA (145 W. State St., Doylestown; ventresca.com) Let the expert staff help you create a custom suit from beautiful fabrics and patterns.
WHAT A GEM
ARMSTRONG AND WILSON (armstrongandwilson.
com) Selling men’s accessories represented by the likes of LeBron James, Al Roker, and favorite Philadelphia band, The Roots. BROOKS BROTHERS
(multiple locations; brooks brothers.com) Everything a man needs from sweaters to suits and sport shirts. ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA
(King of Prussia Mall; zegna.com) Complete your look with their collection of men’s shoes, accessories, fragrances, suits, and more. HUGO BOSS (King of Prussia Mall; hugoboss.com) Grab the lookbook for a glimpse of the
BENARI (multiple locations; benarijewelers.com) Shop brands from Henri Daussi to Hearts on Fire at this family-owned store. GARY MANN JEWELERS
(4349 Main St.; garymann jewelry.com) Premier spot for custom estate and design jewelry. GOLDEN NUGGET JEWELERS (800 Chestnut St.;
goldennuggetjewelry.com) From princess to cushion cut, and Tacori to Simon G, it is your one-stop wedding shop. HEARTS ON FIRE (King of Prussia Mall; heartsonfire.com) Pick out the perfect engagement ring and wedding band for that special someone.
COMMONWEALTH PROPER (1839
Chestnut St.; commonwealthproper.com) Realizing every man wears clothes differently, the shop is dedicated to fit, quality, and attention to detail.
styling by alisa martino frederico
level at this Rittenhouse boutique. MODERN EYE (multiple locations; modern eye.com) Go for an eye examination and leave with fashionable frames.
HAUTE MOMMA From play dates to pool parties, lawyer and TV personality Erin Elmore (@erinelmore), sitting pretty in her Center City home, takes it all in stride (sans stilettos). What I love about Philly: Who needs Facebook when you live in Philly? It’s the perfect size for you to walk out the door, run into six friends, and have some impromptu fun. Famous Philadelphian you’d most like to have dinner with: Ed Snider. He and my husband, Craig Spitzer, shared a long friendship, and his grandson, Garrett, is a dear friend. I would have wanted to sit with him at Barclay Prime and listen to his stories. Kid-friendly finds: Primp and Play! My son, Royce, takes an art class while I get a mani-pedi. I’m an attorney, and I deem that a win for both parties. Local landmark: Someone once told me that the Barnes
Foundation is the most civilized place to see art in the US. I’m proud to live in a city with art that can only be matched by the Louvre. Secrets from the set: QVC is on air, live 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The place never sleeps, so neither do I. I often work overnights. Best boutique: Lapstone and Hammer for rare sneakers. Now that I am a mom, I think it looks ridiculous to push a stroller in stilettos. And I still get just as many compliments. Summer in the city: The Lombard Swim Club— heavy on the rules, but bigger on the fun. The lifeguarded baby pool and BYOB policy make the 10-year wait list worthwhile.
Beauty essentials: My favorite salon here is Salon Vanity by Edmondo Blando. For nails, I go to Blue Nail Salon on Walnut Street once a week. Karen does my nails and Fernanda (aka Dani) hooks up my pedicure. I love chatting it up with them about their lives and things going on around the region. Favorite Philly music act: I’m a huge Eve fan. I can’t wait to see her in concert with Gwen
Stefani in Camden in July. I also LOVE The Roots—“You Got Me” is one of my all-time favorite songs. Favorite Philly actor: Will Smith. The Pursuit of Happyness is my absolute favorite movie. And of course I love Kevin Hart. On my Philly bucket list: I can’t wait to check out the Jersey Shore. Favorite restaurant: I cook a lot but I love El Vez, Parc, Gran Caffe L’Aquila. I’ve lived in other cities where they have Shake Shack, so I go to the one in Center City weekly for a Chick’n Shack and Concrete ice cream treats.
SHOPS contÕd MORTON & RUDOLPH
(1900 Marlton Pike E., Cherry Hill, NJ; mortonandrudolph .com) Say “I love you” with a Forevermark diamonds in rings, pendants, and studs.
CROWN JEWELS BERNIE ROBBINS (multiple
locations; bernierobbins.com) With two brand new locations, shoppers can peruse an array of designer bracelets, rings, necklaces, and watches. DAVID YURMAN (King of Prussia Mall; davidyurman.com) Their newest necklace is a
statement piece featuring an 18k gold sphere and pearls. JEFF KELLMER PRIVATE JEWELER (510 W. Lancaster
Ave., Haverford; jeffkellmer.com) Shop the Colour Burst collection for an array of beautiful pieces and timeless designs. LAGOS (1735 Walnut St.; lagos.com) Their Caviar collection features bold looks and pops of color. TIFFANY & CO. (1414 Walnut St.; tiffany.com) Celebrate the ones you love with the iconic blue box.
invitations from this Midtown Village store.
CASA PAPEL (804 N. Second
St.; casapapel.com) The “house of paper” has everything you need to make your event invitation stand out. PAPER BOUTIQUE (125 Yorktown Plaza, Elkins Park; paperboutique.invitations.com) From save the date’s to bridal showers and black-tie weddings, this is the place for custom stationery. THE PAPERY (1219 Locust St.; paperyofphilly.com) Order your custom wedding
WARDROBE MUSTS ALICIA DIMICHELE BOUTIQUE (500 Rt. 73 S.,
Cherry Hill; aliciadimichele.com) The VH1 reality star’s passion for fashion is brought to her high-end boutique, which offers everything from dresses to workout clothes. BOUTIQUE W. (5001 W. Chester Pike, Newtown Sq.; boutiquew.co) Indulge your sense of style at the newly
renamed and revamped boutique. ELLA’S GROVE (385 Lancaster Ave., Haverford; ellasgrove.com) Now in Haverford Square, shoppers from Philadelphia and the suburbs can check out the funky and sophisticated designer collections. ELLELAURI (114 S. 19th St.; ellelauri.com) Co-owners and sisters Liz and Laura’s chic women’s boutique is filled with affordable contemporary brands. IRINA SIGAL DRESSMAKER
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(2038 Locust St.; irinasigal.com) Winner of numerous awards, the boutique offers tailoring, custom designs, and complete clothing reconstruction. JOAN SHEPP (1811 Chestnut St.; joanshepp.com) Selling top designers A-Z including Salvatore Ferragamo and Rick Owens. KNIT WIT (multiple locations; knitwitonline.com) Shop European and American designer collections from Phillip Lim and Tanya Taylor. SOPHY CURSON (19th & Sansom Streets; sophycurson.com) A Rittenhouse staple since 1929 that carries hard-to-find international designers from Italy, France, and Belgium.
IN THE BAG
THE VAN CLEVE COLLECTION (68 Lancaster
Road, Limerick; premiumoutlets. com/philadelphia) Open-air shopping that includes 150 outlet stores from Calvin Klein to Express.
Ave., Paoli; vanclevecollection. com) Appointment-only gown salon for brides, flower girls, and wedding guests.
IT’S ABOUT TIME CARTIER (King of Prussia
Mall; cartier.us) The King of Prussia location will help you discover the latest in fine watchmaking. HERMES (King of Prussia Mall; hermes.com) Now featuring the Apple Watch Hermes, a unique timepiece built with beautiful leather straps and Apple technology. NATIONAL WATCH AND DIAMOND (101 S. Eighth St.;
nationalwatch.com) Upgrade your old watch for a current timepiece from Rolex, Michele, or Tag Heuer. OMEGA WATCHES (King of Prussia Mall; omegawatches. com) Specialty watches include the Olympic Official Timekeeper and a pocket watch from 1932. TOURNEAU (King of Prussia Mall; tourneau.com) Featuring high-end brands from Rolex to Breitling and Cartier.
CHERRY HILL MALL (2000
New Jersey 38, Cherry Hill; cherryhillmall.com) South Jersey’s premier destination for shopping and dining. HAVERFORD SQUARE
(379–385 Lancaster Ave., Haverford; haverfordsquare.com) An eclectic mix of shops for men and women including Cameo Water Wear, Jos. A. Bank, and more. KING OF PRUSSIA MALL
(King of Prussia Mall; simon. com/mall/king-of-prussia) Everything you want under one luxurious and soon to be expanded roof.
(multiple locations; shirleyand co.com) Celebrating 30 years in the swimwear business with personalized service and beautiful suits. SOUTH MOON UNDER
(multiplelocations; southmoon under.com) From flowy maxi dresses to beautifully made kimono tops, the Chestnut Street location is your one-stop-summer shop. THIRD STREET HABIT (153 N. Third St.; thirdstreethabit.com) Shop summer essentials including Ibiza totes and high-rise pants.
ACCESSORIZE YOUR STYLE BONS RêVES (18 N. Union
St., Lambertville, NJ; bonsreves. com) The French-inspired boutique offers everything from bedding to perfume and body-care. CENTURY 21 (821 Market St.; c21stores.com) The first location outside of New York area is stocked with designer finds. HARTMANN LUGGAGE
(King of Prussia Mall; hartmann.com) Revamp your luggage collection with their new Vigor 2 collection. JACQUES FERBER (multiple
locations; jacquesferber.com) Established in 1927, the flagship showroom is known for beautifully made furs and on-trend accessories. LINDA GOLDEN (379 W. Lancaster Ave., Haverford; haverfordsquare.com/ shop-lindagolden) The chic boutique offers clothing and accessories from America and Europe. SAKS FIFTH AVENUE (2 Bala Plaza, Bala Cynwyd; saks.com) Shop the latest designer looks such as Fendi, Diane Von Furstenberg, and more.
PHILADELPHIA PREMIUM OUTLETS (18 W. Lightcap TORY BURCH (King of Prussia Mall; toryburch.com) Upgrade your accessory collection with new watches, eyewear, and baubles.
THE PROMENADE AT SAGEMORE (500 Rte. 73 S.,
Marlton, NJ; thepromenadenj. com) Spend the day visiting favorites such as Brooks Brothers, South Moon Under, and Sur La Table. THE SHOPS AT LIBERTY PLACE (1625 Chestnut St.;
shopsatliberty.com) Visit the newly opened Bloomingdale’s and Orangetheory Fitness.
BEACH BODY CAMEO WATER WEAR
(multiple locations; cameowater wear.com) Find a large selection of swimwear for women of all shapes and sizes at any of their eight locations. NEIMAN MARCUS (King of Prussia Mall; neimanmarcus. com) Every style and brand you want in an array of different bathing suit styles. POLO RALPH LAUREN (200 S. Broad St.; ralphlauren.com) Monokinis are this season’s hottest trend. SHIRLEY & COMPANY
KISSED BY THE SUN BAKED SUNLESS TANNING
(815 S. Fourth St.; baked tanning.com) The custom spray tan studio is dedicated to providing flawless tans by hand. SUN MYST TANNING SPA
(124 S. 16th St.; mysunmyst.com) The complimentary warm hydrating treatment preps your skin and opens your pores for maximum results. TANTINI TANNING BAR
(172 William L. Dalton Dr., Glassboro, NJ; mytantini.com) Be sent on your way with a bevy of products for indoor and outdoor tanning.
SAY SPAHHH CALISTA GRAND (1211
Wilmington Pike, West Chester; calistagrand.com) Each body therapy treatment is personalized and includes a hydrokinetic water Vicy shower.
JOSEPH ANTHONY RETREAT SPA AND SALON
(243 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills; josephanthony.com) Sign up for their spa membership and receive a 55-minute Swedish Massage or Signature facial for just $79 per month. LE RÊVE RITTENHOUSE DAY SPA (255 S. 17th St.;
lereverittenhousespa.com) Their massage therapy spa package will heal your skin while restoring natural beauty. RICHEL D’AMBRA SPA & SALON (10 Ave. of the Arts;
richeldambra.com) A Brazilian wax will have you ready to sport bathing suits all summer.
PEARLY WHITES THE DENTAL SPA (1601
Walnut St.; phillydentalspa.com) A bright smile can be yours thanks to their breakthrough PowerWhitening technique. DR. LINDSEY MARSHALL
(602 The Times Bldg., Ardmore; lindseymarshall.com) Dr. Marshall has more than 10 years of experience in cosmetic dentistry. NATOLI DENTAL (188 Fries Mill Road, Turnersville, NJ; natolidental.com) Dental services for the entire family from teeth whitening and dental implants to fillings and porcelain veneers.
COLOR THEORY GIOVANNI & PILEGGI (308
S. 12th St.; giovannipileggi.com) Finish out the summer with a vibrant new look. Opt for Balayge highlights or a fresh color gloss. MARTINO CARTIER (multiple locations; martinocartier.com) Stop in the South Jersey location for a quick retouch.
OGGI SALON & SPA (1700 Locust St.; oggisalonandspa.com) Start with a full head of foil highlights and end with a spiral perm, perfect for the summer. SALON VANITY (1701 Walnut St., 3rd Fl.; salon vanity.com) Dedicated to healthy locks, the team uses a no-ammonia coloring system to keep hair healthy and strong.
STYLED PRETTY BLUE HAIR STUDIO (2550 Huntingdon Pk., Huntingdon Valley; bluehairstudio.com) Each one of their 14 stylists can provide you with a customized blowout for shiny locks. HEADS & TAILS BEAUTY BOUTIQUE (265 S. 19th St.;
headsandtailsrittenhouse.com) Whether you want loose beachy waves or a sleek and straight blowout, this is the place for you. PAGEBOY HAIR (12 W. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore; pageboyhair.com) The Keratin Complex Blowout will give you smooth hair all summer long.
(1015 Chestnut St.; aboutface skincare.com) The non-invasive laser vein removal treatment will rid those fine blood vessels for good.
locations; adolfbiecker.com) Restore and hydrate your hair with a deep conditioning treatment and their top products. AME SALON AND SPA (111 Waynewood Ave., Wayne; amesalonandspa.com) Ask for the Opalex treatment after your color and leave with the softest hair ever.
EASTERN COSMETIC SURGERY (2 Bala Plaza,
BELLEVUE SALON AND SPA (200 S. Broad St.;
Bala Cynwyd; drgrecoface.com) The Fractional CO2 Laser Treatment is excellent for minor sun spots and fine wrinkles.
bellevuesalonandspa.com) The intense hydrating max treatment is the perfect service to kick off summer.
LOUIS P. BUCKY PLASTIC SURGERY (multiple locations;
(2550 Grant Ave.; salon normandee.com) Switch up your look with a spiral perm that will last day to night. SIGNACURL (116 S. 19th St.; signacurl.com) Hair stylist Joseph Lentini offers an array of high-end services and specialized products for perfect hair. STUDIO CL (128 S. 19th St., 2nd. Fl.; thestudiocl.com) Set up a hair trial beforehand and be ready to wow on your big day.
the hair follicle and coats your locks with a chemical-free formula.
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drbucky.com) Complement both surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures with laser treatment services. PENN PLASTIC SURGERY
(23 Morris Ave.; pennmedicine.org) Don’t miss a beat after your procedure thanks to their personalized care and dedicated team.
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ADOLF BIECKER (multiple
LOTS OF LOCKS ARCHITEQT SALON & GALLERY (multiple locations;
architeqtsalon.com) Clip-ins and Hot Heads tape extensions are both used for a voluminous head of hair. PILEGGI ON THE SQUARE
(717 Walnut St.; pileggi salon.com) Great Lengths Extensions are put on with a keratin protein polymer bond for long-lasting length. PLATINUM HAIR DESIGNS
(1334 Brace Road, Cherry Hill; platinumhairdesignsalon.net) Book an extension consultation appointment and learn how to obtain instant fullness. SALON ZIZA (6 Greenfield Ave., Ardmore; salonziza.com) The Brazilian Blowout bonds
THE RITTENHOUSE SPA & CLUBHAIR BY PAUL LABRECQUE
(210 W. Rittenhouse Sq.; therittenhouse spaclub.com) Let the award-winning stylist brighten up your hair with summer-ready highlights.
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BEAUTY Add these top Philly spas and salons to your beauty Rolodex.
COLE WELLNESS SPA
(101 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne; colewellnessspa.com) The spa’s holistic practices will help you obtain healthy skin, hair, body, and mind.
LIFE OF THE PARTY Newly minted President and CEO of Welcome America Jeff Guaracino (@jeffguaracino), here in Old City, is the creative force behind this year’s Fourth of July festivities. Local landmark: Merchant Exchange Building & Hamilton’s First Bank. Famous Philadelphian I’d like to have dinner with: My mom, who died young. Moms raising kids on their own are famous in my book. Go-to meeting spot: Frieda in Society Hill. Philadelphia traditions: I never miss the New Year’s Eve ﬁreworks. Favorite summer activities: Walking Philly’s small cobblestone streets.
Philly is so... taking off to new heights! We are the “It” city on the East Coast. Why I’m excited about this year’s Fourth of July fest: It’s cool for all ages. There will be even more music and bigger ﬁreworks. On my Philly Rolodex: 11th Street Auto Repair. Honesty goes a long way in my Rolodex. City hideaways: Café Cret, U-Bar, and my home to catch up with friends. Favorite neighborhood: Fairmount Park. You can get everywhere on a bike. Pastimes and pursuits: My second book, The Handbook of LGBT Tourism, is coming out this fall.
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Hot times AHeAd! Summer laStS exactly 93 dayS—but when hot air balloon rideS, outdoor yoga, and winery tourS are keeping main linerS buSy in the ’burbS thiS SeaSon, who’S got time to count?
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From balloon rides over the bucolic beauty of Chester County to sitting courtside watching some of the world’s best tennis players in action, there’s no reason to head down the shore when some of the summer’s best activities beckon on the Main Line. îî
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Catch all the Philadelphia Freedoms tennis action at Villanova’s Pavilion.
so you can soak up some Wildcat vibes while you’re there. philadelphiafreedoms.com Go with the Flow The Shore may have the ocean but the suburbs have the Brandywine River. Come summer, the river is flooded with families checking out the sites along the Brandywine Valley by canoe, kayak, or tube. The team at Wilderness Canoe Trips take you to the river and set you up with all the equipment and instructions you need— just make it to the downriver pick-up point by 4 pm and what you do the rest of the day is up to you. Excursions include a six-mile and 12-mile canoe or kayak session, or a two-hour tubing trip. wilderness canoetrips.com îî
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Net GaiNs Featuring one of the best lineups in years, World Team Tennis’s Philadelphia Freedoms is sure to please with two former number oneranked athletes set to take the court during the first three weeks of August. Two-time US Open finalist Caroline Wozniacki is tapped as a marquee player on August 2 (right before she heads to Rio to play in the Summer Olympics), and former US Open champion Andy Roddick will visit with the New York Empire to challenge the Freedoms on August 10. Lukas Lacko, Daria Kasatkina, Naomi Broady, Fabrice Martin, and Donald Young are also set to play on the team. Bonus: the Freedoms play in Villanova University’s now-famed Pavilion,
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EVERYTHING BUT THE SHORE TRAFFIC Outdoor Bar • Poolside Dining • Pool and Sand Beach • Cabanas Bar Games and Fire Pits • Nightlife and Live Entertainment Find your oasis this summer at Valley Beach Poolside Club. Experience all your summer excitement without the shore traffic. Beach Tag season passes available on ticketmaster.com. For more information visit valleybeach.com.
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See the sights from on high with Air Ventures’ balloon flights.
take the sunset ride at cloverleaf stables so you can, well, ride off into the sunset.
Cloverleaf Stables offers rides for all skill sets.
Horse play Whether you prefer riding English or Western—or have no clue what either of those mean— giddyup across the Delaware Valley on the back of a horse this summer. Chadds Ford’s Cloverleaf Stables is open to the public and offers riding lessons to everyone from beginners to seasoned riders; there are also family-friendly activities like pony rides and hay rides. And for the ultimate trail experience, take the sunset ride so you can, well, ride off into the sunset. cloverleaf-stables.com name THaT TUne While there are endless free summer concert series up, down, and all around the Main Line, Chestnut Hills’ annual Pastorius Park Free Summer Concert Series is a perennial crowd favorite—and at 68 years, it’s also the longest-running concert series in the Philadelphia area. What started out as a classical series has morphed into a blend of different cultures and genres from blues to rock. The series runs Wednesday nights through the end of July. chestnuthill.org îî
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Up, Up, and away Chester County’s bucolic rolling hills, endless meadows, and massive mansions are some of the most beautiful sights in the region—but most of us are relegated to earthbound gawking. So imagine taking in the sights from 2,000 feet up in the sky. If the weather is just right, Glenmoore’s Air Ventures sets flight every day throughout the summer, with launch times at sunrise and a couple of hours before sunset—perfect for prime selfie-taking opportunities. Just be sure to make reservations in advance. air-ventures.com
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It’s tastings and tours and grapes galore at Chaddsford Winery.
GraPe exPectationS Life seems positively Napa-esque at Chaddsford Winery, an oenophile favorite that produces over 30,000 cases of wine a year. Housed in a 17th-century dairy barn, the winery
gives two free guided tours of the grounds every Saturday and Sunday. Or stop by and indulge in a wine tasting of their award-winning blends that celebrate our Mid-Atlantic Uplands’ microclimate. chaddsford.com Wind and the WilloWS Arguably the prettiest park on the Main Line, The Willows sits on a 47-acre estate—with a sprawling three-story mansion, natch—that was privately owned until Radnor Township bought the property in 1973. Since then, the township has turned it into a picturesque haven with a lotus-filled pond, flowing fountains, and families of geese, swans, and other fowl that call the grounds home. You won’t find a better location to set down a picnic basket, uncork a bottle of wine, and sprawl out on a big blanket. radnor.com
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Strike a PoSe On the heels of leading thousands of bendy bodies on the steps of the Art Museum for Living Beyond Breast Cancer each spring, yoga guru Jennifer Schelter takes her practice outdoors to teach yoga basics at Chestnut Hill’s Morris Arboretum. Running Tuesday nights through August 9, work on your tree pose… surrounded by trees. And if you want to take your yoga practice to new heights, head over on August 7 for Yoga Out On a Limb, where class is held 50 feet up atop the Arboretum’s tree canopy. jenniferschelter.com
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MAIN LINE STYLE DINING clockwise from right: Christine and Nick Kondra in the kitchen at Cornerstone; the restaurant stocks up to 60 varieties of international cheeses and accoutrements; plates such as grilled swordfish round out the menu.
Eat HErE Now: Cornerstone
Christine and Nick Kondra met at Nantucket’s famed Straight Wharf Restaurant, but after calling New England home for years, Christine, a Berwyn native, longed to return to the Main Line. Today, the chef duo now reside in Wayne, where this past fall they opened Cornerstone Cheese & Charcuterie— a quaint 14-seat culinary
experience where shoppers can scoop up gourmet grab-and-go foods, as well as internationally sourced cheeses and sublime meals that include house-made terrines, pates, and sausages. And in the spirit of bringing the very best to the Main Line, Cornerstone features a bimonthly series hosted by bigname chefs from places like Napa and their
beloved Nantucket. Here, the Kondras talk about the concept, choosing cheeses, and what it’s like sharing not one but two kitchens. What inspired you to open Cornerstone? Nick Kondra: After four seasons on Nantucket and winters in the New England area, we wanted to move near family, and soon realized we wanted to open a restaurant on
the Main Line. We knew there was a market out here for a restaurant that would jive with our style of food. It was just going to be a matter of when, not if. I was working at Marc Vetri’s Amis when we got a call that this space might be available. We jumped at the chance. Christine Kondra: I would do pairing parties on Nantucket with wine and cheese and oysters.
And that’s really where the organic genesis of Cornerstone came from. We’re focusing on really good seasonal ingredients that allow the food to speak for itself. We bring the best of the best in from the country, if not internationally, and we’re held accountable every day for providing the best there is. Is cheese pairing a big part of the îî
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How is the nighttime experience different than the day? NK: When people who normally come in during the day come in at night they’re totally blown away. It’s a very different vibe. It goes from being fun and casual to very intimate and candlelit. Everything’s romantic, and either Sinatra or the Temptations are playing in the background. We bring in high-top tables covered
with white tablecloths, candles, flowers. The whole bit. You’ve worked together in the past, but this is the first time you’ve owned something together. How’s that going? NK: It’s tough enough opening a restaurant, but when it’s husband and wife together it has its own set of challenges. But anything that’s happened this year has only strengthened our relationship. We calm each other down. CK: We’ve worked beside each other for a number of years, but to have the first brick and mortar has been really great. The first six months is pretty tough for anyone opening a restaurant together, let alone if you’re married. I couldn’t do this without Nick, though. People always ask us who is a better chef, and I say that we’re different chefs. We complement each other’s strengths, which makes us better in the long run. 1 West Ave., Wayne, 610-688-1888; cornerstonewayne.com
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MICHENER ART MUSEUM Unguarded, Untold, Iconic: Afghanistan Through the Lens of Steve McCurry highlights McCurry’s 35 years of photography in Afghanistan, providing visitors with visually stunning and thought-provoking perspectives on Afghan culture, food, religion and history. For more information about the exhibition and its programs, visit MichenerArtMuseum.org.
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Down a tree lined driveway you will find this Custom built Brick Ranch home with 3 Bedrooms, 2.1 Baths plus an Office situated on 1.75 acres of well manicured grounds. Featuring a Living Room/Dining Room with a vaulted ceiling and lots of windows, an eat-in Kitchen with lots of wood cabinets that opens to a Den with a woodburning fireplace. There is a door that leads to the flagstone patio, great for entertaining. The Master Bedroom has a dressing room and a Full Bath with a jacuzzi and a stall shower. There are two more Bedrooms with great closets and a hall Bath. A must see!
Located on a cul-de-sac street you will find this sunny and bright home with 3 Bedrooms,
This Two Story Contemporary home has 4 Bedrooms, 3.1 Baths situated on a wonderful flat lot. This home features a Foyer that opens to the Living Room, a Tavern Room plus a Den. The spacious Dining Room leads to the eat-in Kitchen with granite counters. The Family Room is surrounded by windows. On the second floor is the Master Bedroom with a dressing room and a marble Full Bath. There are 3 more Bedrooms and 2 Full Baths. A great home for entertaining!
2.1 Baths and a three car garage situated on 1.42 acres. This home features a Living Room/Dining Room with 12 ft ceilings and a wall of windows. The spacious eat-in Kitchen has a cathedral ceiling with a skylight. The Master Bedroom and Master Bath are located on the first floor. The lower level has 2 Bedrooms and a Full Bath.
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not far from 30th street station, university city’s newest skyrise, 3737 chestnut, is adding to the neighborhood’s fast-growing cachet.
Train of ThoughT University City’s gameChanging development plans now inClUde a major overhaUl to historiC 30th street station.
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By Connie Capone
On the heels of the $3.5 billion project to create Schuylkill Yards, a 14-acre commercial and residential revitalization of West Philadelphia, a second plan to revolutionize the 30th Street Station is in the works—with an estimated completion date even further out than the former’s lengthy 20-year span. The Philadelphia 30th Street Station District Plan (philly district30.com) is projected to take more than three decades in construction to boost station capacity and expand open space for the city as part of a joint effort between Amtrak, Drexel University, Brandywine Realty Trust, and SEPTA. Features of the plan include reconnecting the Amtrak station with the 30th Street subway station and building a new intercity bus terminal with a pedestrian bridge that connects the train to the station. Also in the works is a blend of commercial, residential, and recreational space to make the station a more dynamic destination for the thousands of passengers that pass through each day. Not far from 30th Street Station, University City’s newest skyrise, 3737 Chestnut (3737chestnut .com), is adding to the neighborhood’s fast-growing cachet. All 276 luxury apartment units in the 26-story building offer îî
3737 Chestnut’s sleek lobby is the entryway to luxury amenities such as a rooftop lounge, a billiards and game room, and a yoga studio.
SPACE PROPERT Y NEWS The apartments in Awesometown live up to the name.
Plans for 30th Street Station call for a blend of commercial, residential, and recreational space.
3737 Chestnut’s rooftop lounge offers stunning panoramic views.
situated on Thompson Street in the heart of the neighborhood, joins Postgreen Home’s growing collection of developments with cheeky names like Duplexcellence and Pop! Postgreen Homes partnered with nonprofit New Kensington Community Development Corporation to deliver sustainable communities to its residents in a mixed-income setting. The townhomes range from 1,750 to 2,150 square feet and feature green roofs. Courtney Ludeman, CFO/Vice President of Postgreen Homes, says the Awesometown properties are twice as energy efficient as a normal home. Each unit is designed in a loft-style with a customizable floor plan and over 250 finish options. Awesometown, which is in its second phase of development, is expected to be completed by the end of summer.
awesometown joins postgreen home’s developments with cheeky names like duplexcellence and pop! A bedroom at 3737 Chestnut with views of St. AgathaSt. James church.
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nine floor plans with customizable one- and two-bedroom options and floor-to-ceiling windows with prime panoramic views. The site features a rooftop lounge with a grilling area and terrace garden. Other perks include a billiards and game room, an Internet cafe, and a yoga studio and meditation room. Property manager Audra Shinnebarger says the residence caters to urban professionals and graduate students, responding to the dynamic growth of University City’s Eds and Meds industry cluster. This $95 million venture was undertaken by Radnor Property Group and Bozzuto Management and is nearly at full occupancy. Across the 215 in Fishtown, the new Awesometown (post greenhomes.com/projects/ awesometown), a 14-unit townhouse collection
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home chic home meg RodgeRs’s Design Collaborative showcases Philly’s finest home goods, all undeR one unassuming Roof. By Marni Prichard Manko
products, from top: Japanese paper screen, 18th–19th century, Liao Collection; circa-1970s Sigurd Resell Falcon chair in rosewood, leather, canvas, and metal, Fisher Grey Collection; 1974 David Roth string painting at Moderne Gallery.
Hidden behind the walls of Kensington’s Arts and Industry Building, the Design Collaborative is a 2,000-square-foot treasure trove of some of the area’s most meticulously curated artwork, furniture, rugs, paintings, and anything else that goes into decorating one’s home. The brainchild of Meg Rodgers of Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design —who owns the warehouse and just put the finishing touches on the Hyatt at The Bellevue’s recent multimilliondollar renovation—the Design Collaborative is comprised of some of the area’s most accomplished designers and artisans, including Fisher Grey, Moderne Gallery, John Pomp Studios, Calderwood Gallery, Liao Collection,
Warren Muller, and Kevin O’Brien Studio. “I was trying to find the really key anchor dealers in Philadelphia,” says Rodgers. “People who really know their stuff and together we could offer an incredible mix.” Even Rodgers can’t help coveting the one-of-a-kind accents here: She has her eye on a ’70s string art piece from Moderne, leather swivel chairs from Fisher Grey, and a sepia-toned Asian screen adorned with an elephant, horse, and rabbit. “You can find anything from Asian to folk art to modern—we want to represent everything,” says Rodgers. “There’s so much amazing quality stuff in Philadelphia that people simply don’t realize.” Design Collaborative, 215-558-5863
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The more the merrier: Boldface names from Philly’s diverse design community are now sharing an address in Kensington. from left: Joshua Thibault, Gregg Krantz, Warren Muller, Marco Angelucci, Meg Rodgers, Michelle Liao, Robert Aibel, and Joshua Aibel.
Walk-in closets | Stackable washer & dryer | Stainless steel appliances Granite countertops | Prismatic glass pendant lighting | City views PA RK TOWN E A P T H O M ES.CO M Studios starting from $1,500s | 1-Bedrooms starting from $2,000s | 2-Bedrooms starting from $2,500s | 3-Bedroms starting from $3,300s
CUCINA COUTURE DOLCE & GABBANA REDEFINES “COOL” WITH ITS LATEST DESIGNER COLLABORATION.
“We really do draw endless inspiration from Italy,” says Stefano Gabbana, half of the forever trendsetting duo behind Dolce & Gabbana, which, for the first time, has partnered with luxe Italian appliance brand Smeg on a limited-edition collection of hand-painted refrigerators. “Both Domenico [Dolce] and I love our roots and where we come from… it’s almost as if we are giving back to Italy everything we feel it has given to us.” Each of the 100 Fab 28 Smeg refrigerators is unique, handpainted, and signed by a Sicilian artist—including mother-daughter duo Adriana Zambonelli and Tiziana Nicosia; craftsmen Biagio Castilletti and Damiano Rotella; and brothers Antonio and Giuseppe Bevilacqua, both ceramics artists—and features iconic Sicilian images such as lemons, cart wheels, and the trinacria, the head of Medusa surrounded by three bent, running legs. “Vibrant colors, references to the local culture—it’s everything that we love and that reminds us of Italy,” says Domenico Dolce of the refrigerators, which retail for €30,000 (approximately $34,000). “Much of our work is all about the details. That’s something that’s always present and part of our brand DNA— this project is no exception.” smeg.com
A brush with history: Sicily (ABOVE LEFT) is a major source of inspiration for the refrigerators in the new Dolce & Gabbana collab with Smeg, which draws on the rich tradition of elaborately painted Sicilian carts. ABOVE RIGHT: A refrigerator designed by brothers Antonio and Giuseppe Bevilacqua.
“IT’S EVERYTHING THAT WE LOVE AND THAT REMINDS US OF ITALY.” —DOMENICO DOLCE
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SPACE GREAT OUTDOORS from left: Chanticleer (here and below) is open to picnickers this summer; thousands of fragrant roses are in bloom at Wyck House; Bartram’s Garden is the oldest botanical garden in the US.
Splendor in the Grass Steal away to theSe urban edenS for a Selfie-worthy SnapShot. By Michelle Mass
Philadelphia—America’s Garden Capital——offers more public gardens than anywhere on the continent, many with deep roots in the city’s history. Bartram’s Garden (bartrams garden.org) is one shining example. John Bartram, America’s first botanist, built his house on the land in 1731; today the 45-acre destination is considered the oldest botanical garden in the US. “We’ve just completed a $2.7 million renovation of the John Bartram House,” says Bartram’s Executive Director Maitreyi Roy, noting a new cedar-shake roof and a restoration of the conservatory. This summer, the team starts work on a walking trail connecting the Ann Bartram Carr Garden to Center City and South Philadelphia. On Friday nights, nature lovers are invited to picnic on
the 47-acre Chanticleer (chanticleergarden.org), in Wayne. The country home-turned-public garden features seasonal blooms, shady greenery, and even agricultural crops. Germantown’s Wyck House (wyck.org) sits on 2.5 acres and and is widely recognized as the oldest rose garden in its original plan in America—several of the garden’s varietals would be extinct if they hadn’t survived here. From 1690 to 1973 this National Historic Landmark, with more than 80 varieties of roses, was home to nine generations of a Quaker family. “Visitors love the history and the setting that evokes the pleasures of family gatherings,” says Rocky Query, cochair of the Wyck Association. Gather away (but leave the rosebuds)!
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Medford Lakes Contemporary home has 4 BR & 4 bath w/newer roof, heaters and A/C . Foyer has ceramic fls, 2 studies, & dining room. Kitchen has granite counter-tops, ceramic fls, center island & breakfast area w/ access to screen porch. Master bedroom with private deck. On Upper Lake Aetna. …..Realistically priced at $1,350,000.
HADDONFIELD/LANE OF ACRES Custom Gary Gardner 5 BR, 5 full & 2 half baths with 4 car garage, Elevator and finished walk out lower level on approx. 2.5 acres. Fully furnished. Realistically priced at $5,100,000
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Haddonfield Beautiful colonial home walking distance to town w/4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, fin. basement & 2 car detached garage. The Lovely 1st floor has Hardwood floors throughout. Living room & study. The Kitchen has stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and built-ins for additional storage. ….Realistically priced at $595,000.
CHERRY HILL/VILLAGIO 55+ Community 3 BR, 2.5 bath w/2 car garage. 1st floor master suite w/2 WICs and a luxurious bath. 1st floor study w/custom built-ins. Beautiful gourmet kitchen, large dining Rm. HW floors, 2 story ceiling in the great room. Fin. Loft on 2nd floor above garage. Maintenance Free Living on a fantastic cul-de-sac. Realistically priced at $499,500
CHERRY HILL/VOKEN TRACT Custom Estate home on 4.73 acres w/6car attached & 2 car detached garage. 7 BRs, 7 Full & 3 half baths. Marble floors & staircase, resort like pool. Gourmet kitchen, Master Suite w/ custom Master bath. ....Realistically priced at $2,999,000
CHERRY HILL/ WILDERNESS ACRES Stunning 5 BR, 5.5 bath custom contemporary on 1.34 acres w/ 2 car garage and finished basement. Gourmet kitchen open to family room….Realistically priced at $849,900
MOORESTOWN Magnificent estate on 7 acres w/pond. 6BR, 6 bath home w/3 car heated garage. Atrium, indoor pool/spa & 10 person Jacuzzi. Barn. Newer (2013) Cedar Shake roof & AC. …Realistically price$1,900,000
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Like many successful businesses, Jay Susanin’s map collection started almost by accident: A Main Line native who has owned custom framing shop and design studio Palladio since 2001, Susanin was invited to stay with close friends at their home in Naples, Florida, to provide the décor’s finishing touches. As a thankyou gift, Susanin found an old map of the city, then handsketched and digitized a version to look like an antique blueprint, which he then encased in a tortoiseshell frame. The map lingered in Palladio for a few days before shipping, and a customer asked if Susanin could create a similar map of Avalon for her shore house. That’s when the orders starting rolling in, and Bank & Surf was born. Just a few years later, the collection includes 200 maps of vacation stops along the eastern seaboard as well as a city series of European destinations. A variety of punchy hues, monograms, dates, and pinpoints for favorite locales mean that no two maps look the same. This year B&S expands its collection to include complementary coastal artwork and other accents, but Susanin says that the maps are the cornerstone of the brand. “People get so excited when they see them,” he says. “It’s like bringing paradise home with you.” bankandsurf.com
Bank & Surf’s digitized prints of old beach maps are dotting the walls of Shore homes from Sandy Hook to Cape May.
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The design of Stephen Burks’s Asian Traveler hooded armchair ($3,625) was inspired by his travels in Indonesia with Roche Bobois creative director Nicolas Roche.
It’s fitting that venerated French furniture maison Roche Bobois selected Stephen Burks to develop the nomadic Traveler collection for the company’s 40th anniversary in 2014. The famed designer’s bio reads “traveler and designer,” and Burks has long been passionate about fostering design collaborations with artisans from around the
world. Inspired by both Europe and America, the collection became instantly iconic. Now the partnership continues with a new series of outdoor items dubbed Asian Traveler. The centerpiece? A gorgeous, swooping hooded armchair featuring woven, leather-textured polyurethane cord in vibrant orange and yellow and
inspired by the rich Indonesian craftsmanship encountered by Burks and Roche Bobois creative director Nicolas Roche in Asia. It’s an ideal outdoor piece for the oncoming alfresco season, says Burks, who received the 2015 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for product design. “It has a very light, almost tropical appeal without
sacrificing Roche Bobois’s dedication to comfort.” Furthermore, he says, it fits his own globally aware aesthetic. “[I try to design] products that tell a story and connect to a lifestyle well lived with social awareness and style. The Traveler collection is a great example.” Roche Bobois, 311 Arch St., 215-922-2900; roche-bobois.com
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It was the view that immediately won over the owner of a new 3,000-square-foot condo on the 43rd floor of The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton. With City Hall Tower looming just beyond and busy Dilworth Plaza below, this “right-sizing” buyer knew that his grand vision for a home that evoked luxe-but-comfy French rococo would complement his lofty vantage point in the heart of Center City.
from top: The tricked-out kitchen is one of the family’s favorite rooms in the house; the column-lined entryway, capped off by a painted trompe l’oeil dome, shows off the owner’s climatecontrolled wine room.
A movable wall separates the master suite and the dining room but both luxe living spaces enjoy priceless views of William Penn atop City Hall.
To execute the coffered ceilings, built-in woodwork, and stunning finishes necessary for creating the Old World classicism he was after, the owner turned to master cabinetmaker David Ramsay of Moorestown, New Jersey, with whom he’d worked on several other homes, and Philadelphia-based architects Kass & Associates. “He brought a lot of images from magazines, and even had a rough layout,” says Spence Kass, principal. “He wanted a clear division between public and private spaces because he entertains a lot, and he was particularly interested in making the best use of every nook and cranny.” The homeowners had a clear vision of the home they wanted, says Gary W. Greenip, vice president of sales and marketing for AGC Partners, which oversees the Residences. “They blended their love of art, music, and convenience to create the perfect living space for themselves with traditional styling,” he says. “It’s truly a one-of-akind home.” The results are ingenious. Case in point: Since the master bedroom is unconventionally situated adjacent to the living room in order to take îî phillystylemag.com 169
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countertops, he tucked two shelves behind a panel of the curving bar to hide small appliances. For those times when he doesn’t feel like cooking, though, the owner says, “The Capital Grille has become my new dining room.” If he’s in an especially leisurely mood, he simply calls a concierge from his “bat phone”—part of the apartment’s heady array of technological innovations—to request delivery of breakfast and a newspaper; the staff of nearly 30 provides 24-hour assistance. Residents enjoy other five-star perks of the Ritz-Carlton, which recently underwent a $24 million renovation, including an upgraded spa, reimagined lobby, and a Latin-inflected restaurant from chef Richard Sandoval. Meanwhile, the second floor of the Residences is outfitted with a 7,000-square-foot fitness center and a wellappointed party space that includes a luxurious lounge, screening room, and outdoor terrace. “Everything I need,” says the owner, “is always a few steps away.” For more information, visit philadelphia residences.com.
Gleaming cherry woodwork can be spotted throughout the home, from the walls to the furnishings.
The luxurious and inviting dining room is a perfect example of the home’s French Baroque style.
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advantage of the view, the designers installed a series of accordion-style doors that unfold to create a paneled gallery wall. Another clever touch shows up in a small corner carved out of the master bath. Draped in a honey onyx imported from South America, this indulgent room centers on a huge bath and what the owner dubs the “car wash,” an enormous steam shower fitted with 10 controls. Also part of the master suite, a study neatly showcases a crescentshaped desk and a dramatically undulating bookshelf. Two other bedroom/bath suites spotlight the owner’s affinity for jazz and sports with memorabilia signed by everyone from Wynton Marsalis to Tiger Woods. A balcony suspended outside the living room brings the occupants and their lucky guests thisclose to Alexander Milne Calder’s iconic statue of William Penn. To hold the couple’s sparkling barware and audio/visual equipment, Ramsay installed cherry wood cabinetry along one entire wall of the living room. Nearby, in a kitchen outfitted with seemingly acres of dark green granite
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“PeoPle want to enjoy the same level of comfort and luxury outdoors that they do indoors.” — jinous kazemi do indoors.” Accordingly, outdoor décor has evolved to include much more than just lounge chairs and umbrellas; when done right, an alfresco area can be a seamless extension of a home’s interior. “The idea is to have pieces that could easily be in your living room, dining room, or outdoor space.” HigH-TecH in Disguise
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Atlantic City continues to evolve but no matter what happens, you can’t deny this historic Shore town’s unmistakable siren song. This summer, that signature tune ranges from rock to EDM, as the city welcomes new restaurants and nightclubs. Here,
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With a grand opening slated for June, Tropicana Casino & Resort (tropicana.net) will raise the curtain on Ivan Kane’s Kiss Kiss a Go-Go. This Bangkok-
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But for a sand-free tropical experience, head to The Pool at HarrahÕs (caesars.com/ harrahs-ac), where it’s all summery cocktails, palm trees, and cabanas. At night, the indoor paradise becomes The Pool after Dark, a nightclub with celebrity hosts like Ice T and Coco and Scott Disick. If you’d rather take your pool experience outside, check out îî
Best known for his 1985 National Geographic cover photograph Afghan Girl, Steve McCurry continues to fascinate with his stunning photographs of locations from around the globe. This exhibition will highlight images taken throughout his decades-long relationship with Afghanistan, its landscape and, most importantly, its people.
Unguarded, Untold, Iconic: Afghanistan through the Lens of Steve McCurry is generously supported by Jon Paton.
Steve McCurry (b. 1950), Afghan Girl, Sharbat Gula, at Nasir Bagh refugee camp near Peshawar, Pakistan, 1984.
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the new pool at The Borgata. With cabanas, hammocks, lawn games, and—even better—a brand new beer garden within the vicinity, the Borgata Beer Garden and Outdoor Pool are scheduled to open in July. And while the pool is for hotel guests only, the beer garden is there for us all to enjoy. PLUGGED IN
The beach is the place to be this summer—especially for fans of country music. For the Fourth of July, Wildwood gives Atlantic City a run for its live-music money by hosting superstar Tim McGraw (wildwood
beachconcerts.com) plus openers Hunter Hayes and Maggie Rose as part of its Celebrate America fest. In a true nod to the spirit of the Fourth, a portion of the proceeds benefits veterans. The town’s annual fireworks display caps off the night. Later in the month Toby Keith hits the sand in AC on July 23 outside Resorts (resortsac.com). Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band team up with G. Love & Special Sauce (live nation.com) on August 13 for a beach concert that will likely include a post-show cocktail at Buffett’s Landshark Bar near Resorts. Buffett îî
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Tim McGraw headlines Wildwood’s big Fourth of July celebration on the beach.
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Tropicana’s multimedia Light and Sound Show electrifies the Shore skyline.
friends and collaborators Zac Brown Band (livenation.com) take the stage on September 1 with Drake White and The Big Fire. And then Florida Georgia Line closes the season out on September 3 with help from Cole Swindell, The Cadillac Three, and Kane Brown (livenation.com). Other can’t-miss shows: one of only three US concerts from Rod Stewart on August 27 (Trump Taj Mahal; trumptaj.com); Bob Dylan on July 10 followed by Tony Bennett on July 29 (Borgata) and Eli Young Band on September 1 (Tropicana).
And for some true Philly flavor, don’t miss Boyz II Men on July 23 (Tropicana). Those looking to relive the ’90s can look to Alice in Chains (July 23, Trump Taj Mahal) or 3 Doors Down, who debuted their signature song, “Kryptonite,” in 2000 (September 10, Caesars; caesars.com/ caesars-ac). Rounding things out are operatic pop sensation Josh Groban (August 5, Borgata) and mega-superstar Justin Bieber (July 15, Boardwalk Hall; boardwalkhall.com), and, because summer is a great time for laughs, Jerry Seinfeld (August 12 and 13, Borgata).
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America’s largest, free Independence Day Celebration, the Wawa Welcome America! festival, returns June 27 to July 4 to celebrate the nation’s birthday, in its birthplace. Free citywide events, entertainment, and massive fireworks shows lead up to the July 4th Concert featuring Grammy Award-winning performers.
Philadelphia’s favorite summertime tradition, Center City District Sips, returns every Wednesday June 1 through September 28 from 5pm to 7pm. Participating locations offer $5 cocktails, $4 wine, $3 beer and half-priced appetizers.
The summer social season kicks off on Thursday, June 16, 2016 with the lavish Ball on the Square. The Friends of Rittenhouse will transform Rittenhouse Square into a breathtaking tented ballroom. Funds raised at the gala support improvement and beautification projects for Rittenhouse Square park.
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CENTER CITY DISTRICT RESTAURANT WEEK Center City District Restaurant Week heats up Philadelphia’s dining scene September 11-16 and September 18-23. More than 120 restaurants offer three-course dinners for $35.00, and select lunch menus for $20.00. For a complete restaurant list, hotels and reduced parking information, visit centercityphila.org/restaurantweek
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BUDWEISER MADE IN AMERICA Budweiser Made In America is back! And this year, the multi-day, multi-stage, multi-genre music festival will hit the Ben Franklin Parkway over Labor Day Weekend on Saturday, September 3rd and Sunday, September 4th. As with every year, BMIA will feature performances by the biggest music stars from across the globe. So stay tuned as more details about the festival — including this year’s lineup — are released in the coming weeks. Photo Credit: Steve Garfinkel September 3rd & 4th. For tickets and show info, visit MadeInAmericaFest.com
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DNC YOU SOON! FOLLOW IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF TODAY’S POLITICAL HEAVYWEIGHTS AND PUNDITS FOR A TASTE (LITERALLY) OF THE CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE. BY SARAH JORDAN
Anderson Cooper and Philly’s own Jake Tapper just may be among the crowd at the nation’s oldest press haunt, Pen & Pencil Club. (Who needs Champagnefueled formal cocktail parties anyway?) The P&P is famously known for its hot dogs, but it’s a safe bet Cooper and Tapper will politely pass.
Bill Clinton was known to order 20 or 30 Cheesesteaks to go from Pat’s king of steaks and take them aBoard air forCe one. he’s a vegan now, so he may feeling adventurous? head to donkey’s PlaCe—in a sorta-sketChy Part of Camden—that anthony Bourdain duBBed “the Best.”
The Donald was in town recently for daughter Tiffany’s graduation from Penn—too bad he missed Dock Street Brewery’s springtime batch of ShortFingered Stout, which disappeared as quickly as the Dems hope Trump will. 200 phillystylemag.com
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