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IT WASN’T ENOUGH FOR DANIEL HUMM TO BE A 3-MICHELIN-STARRED CHEF. HE WANTED TO DO IT ON HIS OWN TERMS — AND HE SUCCEEDED. THE RULES REWRITING
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“THE IDEA OF BEING BEST CHEF IN THE WORLD MADE ME FEEL KIND OF EMPTY.”

— an “angel number,” if you will — is an important number for many, and perhaps no one feels its seemingly mystical impact more keenly than Daniel Humm. Not only has his Flatiron District restaurant, Eleven Madison Park, earned 3 Michelin stars for the past 11 years — the first time actually being in 2011 — but precisely 11 years later, it sailed into uncharted territory by becoming the only vegan restaurant in the world to receive the Michelin Guide’s highest honor.

“Eleven is definitely my number. For me, it’s a reminder that there’s a new door to always open, no matter how impossible it might seem,” the 45-year-old Swiss-born chef announces.

That door officially opened three weeks prior to our October Zoom chat, and for all intents and purposes, Humm is still reeling from receiving this previously unthinkable accolade.

“I never thought we would get three stars — never in a million years. I thought it was impossible. But then I started thinking about the number 11, and how we received our first 3 Michelin stars 11 years ago. I definitely paused and was like, Well, wouldn’t that be something.”

It’s “something” alright — something that the highly decorated Humm declares to be the greatest achievement of his career. That’s a big statement for a man who received his first Michelin star at age 24, and another 14 times since. (He received his first star for Eleven Madison Park in 2010, then purchased the restaurant from restaurateur Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group the following year.)

“To create something that no one else has ever done before is incredible, and I don’t know when I’ll have another opportunity like this again,” he admits, noting that “having that excitement after all these years is the most incredible part of all. The energy and motivation here is electric.”

As it happens, his decision to transform Eleven Madison Park’s menu into a meat-free domain was the best he could have possibly made, for a plethora of reasons. First and foremost, in creating something new, he got his joy of cooking back. Prior to deciding to go vegan, he had been suffering from success fatigue — professional burnout. Essentially, Humm was bored.

“Honestly, when I was at the height of — if you want to say my ‘critical acclaim’ — number one in the world, there wasn’t an award I didn’t receive. But actually, I didn’t feel all that happy because I was being pulled in so many different directions. Everyone wanted me to open restaurants in different places. So many things pulled me away from the work that I really wanted to do that, when the pandemic hit, [my world] became just about cooking again. I became aware that my language is food, that this language can speak loudly, that it’s a meaningful language.”

He wanted to use this love language to do something more, and with New York restaurants completely shuttered in 2020, in collaboration with

Rethink Food (a nonprofit aimed at creating a more equitable, sustainable food system), he transformed Eleven Madison Park into an extremely elevated commissary, making sure the restaurant’s essential purpose — to feed — remained intact. “I decided to go down this path after the pandemic. We fed — and are still feeding — people in need. In cooking for people that are food insecure, I reconnected with food in a whole new way, [and] after it became clear that Eleven Madison Park would reopen, I made a commitment to myself that I would use this language for good, and that things would have to change. Our food system is broken, and so professionally, I felt obligated to speak up. But [I also wanted to] create the future, to use my energy to bring magic to plant-based dining, to make it beautiful and exciting, and so I made a conscious decision [to change things up],” he says. (The title of his fourth cookbook, Eleven Madison Park: The Next Chapter, though released in 2019, was especially indicative of this shift.)

And though for Humm it felt like a necessary evolution, it was also an incredibly bold move that sent distress signals around the world. Up until 2021, his establishment was known to highlight the crème de la crème of “luxury” ingredients, offering guests far and wide a seasonal, 8- to 10-course tasting menu that drew inspiration from local culture and history. Foods such as caviar, lobster, and Kobe beef were — literally and metaphorically always on the table at the restaurant, which had not only appeared on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list nine times but was also a six-time James Beard honoree. In fact, in 2017, Eleven Madison Park had the singular distinction of being named the best restaurant in the world. That Humm would mess with this kind of perfection was mind-boggling to many; his worldwide acolytes were truly baffled by his decision.

And so, the chef found himself making headlines, and not in a good way. “There was a lot of controversy. When we made the announcement, there were many who thought it was a PR stunt. They’d say, ‘Veganism is ruining Daniel Humm,’’’ he says, his honeyed (yet sniffly) tone conveying exactly what he thought of this particular headline. Yet, he admits, “It’s hard to be criticized. People are scared of change, but I think when you do something that’s truly in your heart, in a way, there is only winning.”

What was in his heart was a desire to do something different. Although he was constantly changing up the menu at Eleven Madison Park (and constantly receiving reassurance that this rotating system was superb), he felt stifled by it — creatively stagnant. “The idea of being best chef in the world made me feel kind of empty,” he divulges. “That’s such a silly thing anyway because there are so many great chefs, but it also didn’t feel like that the work that we were doing mattered enough to deserve such an accolade. I believe that when you’re at the height of critical acclaim, it’s not necessarily a time when you’re actually doing your best work. I had been cooking for 25

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years, and all of a sudden it seemed like, that in those two years prior to becoming the best, everyone was suddenly telling me how great I was. It’s a funny thing to get so much attention. But for me, it didn’t quite connect to the importance of the work.”

Additionally, he felt it disingenuous to consistently work with such expensive foods, especially because he no longer enjoyed them. “To have yet another version of a caviar dish, or foie gras topped with black truffles, is boring. All of these things, they aren’t really even luxurious anymore; they’re old ideas. They might be expensive, but it’s not like they’re rare. It’s not like they even taste that good. To me, the most luxurious ingredient is time, and if I can have a unique experience — one that is only available in one place — to me, that is also a luxury,” he notes.

What’s important, he says, is the kind of praise he’s receiving now (which is on a slightly larger scale than his all-time favorite compliment: having artist Paul McCarthy compare his cuisine to a Robert Ryman painting). Humm pauses for a moment to read some powerful praise from Gwendal Poullennec, the international director of the Michelin Guides: “‘Quite simply, Chef Daniel Humm’s team at Eleven Madison Park has set the standard for plant-based dining. Becoming the world’s first vegan restaurant to earn 3 Michelin stars is a landmark achievement. It encourages young chefs to take bold steps in creating innovative dining experiences that please the palate, emphasize the importance of sustainability, and inspire change within the culinary landscape. Eleven Madison Park is the North Star they can fix their eyes upon as they navigate their gastronomic journey.’”

He pauses and blinks. “That’s just so … big. ‘The North Star.’ It’s a historical moment in dining. Michelin has really written the rules, set the precedent for what fine dining is. And with these stars, it’s their way of acknowledging the future.”

And for Daniel Humm, this is only the beginning.

Humm, who is recovering at the time of our chat after being sick, has just finished telling me his superhero origin story, and it goes like this: Although he was exposed to cooking at a young age and began working in kitchens as early as age 14 in his native Strengelbach, Switzerland, his real dream was to be a professional cyclist. But when he was 24, he was involved in a terrible accident that left him in a coma. When he woke up, he had some tough decisions to make about the path his life would take.

“I thought about my future, and I knew that I didn’t want to continue with the sport of cycling, and I thought, I should be a chef. And I want to be the best chef, because I was an athlete, and the only way an athlete measures is by competing,” he explains.

And for the next 20 years, he set out on a continuous quest for greatness, revealing that he didn’t truly pause to consider the path he was on until Eleven Madison Park was named best restaurant in the world. “[At that time] I started to be like, Oh wow, the view up here isn’t actually as great as I thought it was. I started to question things. And then the pandemic came, and it gave me an opportunity to take a step back and to rethink. You know, I’m young — I’m 45 years old — and I have many years ahead of me. I knew that I didn’t want to go back to this old way, and I knew that I wanted to create a different path forward.”

He’s doing that now by exploring different cultures, picking up global techniques from India and Japan, among other countries that have a heavy focus on vegetarian and vegan cuisine. He even hosted a Japanese monk in New York for over a month to learn from him.

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“We want to go out there in the world more and just learn from other cultures, but we also wanted to have 3 Michelin stars as a vegan restaurant before we wanted to play around within those rules that we created. And now, we are no longer playing the same game. We’re now part of writing the rules,” he says proudly.

While Humm finds charting these new waters exhilarating, he does note that there’s a lot of responsibility that comes with being the first. Incidentally, this is also Humm’s reason for refusing to expand his reach beyond his current restaurant, although he had previously opened the NoMad hotel chain restaurants, as well as the now-shuttered Davies and Brook at Claridge’s in London (his first eatery outside of the U.S.).

“I really want to focus on just one restaurant,” he says now. “I don’t want to create a global empire. I want to focus on my craft. Eleven Madison Park is the most beautiful restaurant in the world, in the most beautiful city. It’s my home, and I’m really happy to feel so engaged with the place that has been my life for the last 20 years.”

He is open to expanding, but meaningfully, and so his current missions are to keep innovating here at Eleven Madison Park; to keep his (now plantbased-loving) customers happy with Eleven Madison Home, his collection of plant-based kitchen essentials, pantry staples, and ready-to-eat snacks; and to give back in any way that he feasibly can. The latter is nothing new: it has always been the intention behind his hospitality company, Make It Nice, which he launched with former business partner Will Guidara in 2011. So Humm isn’t opposed to taking on new projects, but they do have to have a rhyme and a reason and align completely with his own.

“Our slogan has always been ‘make it nice,’ but I think today it’s more like ‘make it matter.’ I think ‘make it nice’ isn’t quite enough anymore. If a pop-up or any other opportunities arise, [my reason for agreeing to do it] just needs to matter beyond giving pleasure to people. It needs to make a difference. It needs to show a different way forward like-minded people who want to make a difference, people who are not afraid of pushing boundaries. Then I would say, ‘Yeah.’”

So, for the time being, he’s going to soak in the sensation of doing something different, let it simmer, and carefully and deliberately plot his next move. “It’s truly incredible to think that we are still at the beginning of this journey,” he marvels, which is why his plan is this: “Right now,

I’m going slow, and I’m going to make every move matter,” he explains, adding, “People always ask me, ‘What’s next, what’s next, what’s next?’ And I’m just like, ‘Well, we’re continuing to do the work.’ Our restaurant feeds 500 people every single day for free; we cook extra meals and deliver those meals to Queensbridge [the largest housing project in America]. You know, make it matter.” He coughs delicately before continuing. “This is a conflict that I have struggled with forever — to have privilege. Obsessing over ingredients the way we do, in a world where some people have no food. It’s very expensive to dine at a restaurant, and that’s a conflict. I’m also aware that I’ve become a voice in our industry, and I want to use it with responsibility.”

Even — and perhaps especially — if that means he has to put himself in the limelight, which is something he has truly never been a fan of.

“I’m really introverted, and that’s the truth,” he admits. “That’s why I chose a career in the kitchen, behind the scenes. When I started cooking, the cooks were never seen; we’d go through a back entrance or through a basement, and that’s how I felt most comfortable. But with being [a public figure], I had to become more extroverted. But it’s not what brings me joy.”

That begs an obvious question.

Which Humm obligingly answers. “What brings me joy is just that, right now, so much of my life now feels like it did at the beginning of my career, where it was all about creating. And right now, people are actually paying attention to just that. I know that every dish we create today, the world will see. It’s amazing getting to do what I love and feeling that love for it again. For example, Keith Richards, no matter how big the Rolling Stones were going to get, he is always going to play the guitar. It’s not like they could get so big that he would stop playing the guitar. That’s true for me, too. In my world, at times, the success became so big that I wasn’t in the kitchen anymore. I think, because of COVID and just taking the focus back to one restaurant, [that has been given] back to me. I am playing the guitar again, and that’s what gives me the most joy.”

And when I ask how he feels, right now, at this very second — sickness and all — his answer is so vehement, there can be no question as to its truth.

“I feel very grounded. I feel energized — and pretty fucking happy.”

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The Ghost is one of four Rolls-Royce models for sale today ― the other three being the larger and more imperial Phantom (an elegant and B-I-G fourdoor sedan, often chauffeur-driven), the Cullinan (the most sophisticated of SUVs), and the Spectre coupe. All are distinctive and stunning and achieve their purposes beautifully. The Ghost is the four-door sedan that is often driven by the owner, not a chauffeur, and is the smallest of the current Rolls-Royce sedans, though it’s by no means a small car. It is roughly the size of a BMW 7 series sedan (six inches longer but almost the identical height and width), but the two don’t share looks, interiors or even power plants. The Black Badge Ghost is the “bad boy” of Ghosts, as the Black Badge package (at $43,850) brings with it a blacked-out and illuminated grille, black rims, black Spirit of Ecstasy (the hood ornament), and a handful of other noir delights.

When the car arrived, I was immediately struck by its imposing presence. The car exudes quality and stature and, with “mine” being a stunning gray with shiny black trim, it looked at once classic and modern, which may be the motto of the Black Badge Rollers. Where once the shiniest of chrome was “de rigueur,” now dark trim, a dark grille (which is beautifully illuminated), dark wheels, and

dark window surrounds abound. I should have suspected that my Rolls was going to be a performer when I saw that the color was called “Burnout Grey.” (What, you thought Poupon Grey would be more fitting?)

But wait, there’s more. The Black Badge also bumps the horsepower and torque above those specs in the standard Ghost, and Rolls-Royce states this will move the stately sedan from 0-60 mph in under 4.5 seconds. That is a remarkable feat: The car weighs in at about 5,600 pounds, yet the acceleration could beat most hot rods from the 1960s. (Two other differences are that the Rolls also handles and stops!) All Ghosts sport a twin-turbo V-12 motor but, at 592 horsepower, the Black Badge puts out about 30 horsepower more than the standard Ghost power plant.

The base price (a difficult choice of words, as nothing about this car is “base”) is $393,500, but mine was the beneficiary of a very liberal ordering clerk and had options totaling about $93,000. With destination, handling, and gas guzzler taxes, the window sticker was $492,250.

I suspect that most Black Badge owners drive theirs as I did, as the car is so responsive and ― surprising to many ― handles really well. The mileage may vary (as they say), but I was getting about 15 mpg. (If that’s really important to you, check out my upcoming article on the Rolls-Royce Spectre, the all-electric beauty that’s just been announced.) Some of the special features on my car are included in the Black Badge package, such as lambswool foot mats (my wife’s favorite), but most ― such as high-gloss interior veneer, contrast stitching for the R-R insignia on the headrests, body-colored grille, etc. ― really seem mandatory if one were to buy a Rolls-Royce.

My week with this beauty came to an end much too quickly. I enjoyed driving it on a short trip to Newport Beach as well as on the roads and freeways around Los Angeles. I was comfortable driving and parking the Black Badge and was grateful for the numerous cameras, which produced a terrific view of front, back, and side. But mostly, I enjoyed the pure luxury of driving a gorgeous machine that felt safe, comfortable, responsive, and elegant everywhere I went.

Thank you, Rolls-Royce, for over a century of luxury, class, elegance, and beauty on four wheels.

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2023 Aston Martin DBX707

An SUV with the heart of a lion.

ASTON MARTIN IS ONE OF THE LATEST MANUFACTURERS TO ENTER THE SUV parade, to be followed soon by Ferrari and Lotus. But not long after the Aston DBX arrived, the company delivered this fire-breather, the DBX707. And not to be outdone by others, Aston mated its beautiful, sinewy body with a 707 British horsepower (measured in PS, which makes it about 697 horsepower). And I am here to tell you that it puts all of those several hundred ponies to good use. (Note: even with the long-term James Bond connection, Aston obviously didn’t want to have to market a vehicle with only 007 horsepower, so they had to use this nameplate number.)

Aston Martin has made beautiful cars for years. In the 1950s, Ian Fleming helped immortalize Aston Martins as the cars that James Bond drove. Fleming’s verisimilitude was on several levels, with Bond partaking of various brands of drinks, weaponry, and the like, but almost everyone seems aware that Sir James drove an Aston. Also, we can thank the movies for the extensive list of options on the Bond Astons, which were replete with ejection seats, machine guns, oil slicks, and more. What a great product placement, on which Aston Martin has ridden for many years.

The more modern Astons are closer to the top supercars of these days in that they have more sculptural forms, more sophisticated technology, and more potent motors. And nowhere is that new formula more present than with the DBX707, which can rip off 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds on its way to a claimed top speed of 193 mph. Even the quarter-mile drag race stats are impressive: 11.5 seconds with a trap speed of 119 mph. As impressive as the numbers are, the SUV feels even faster, thanks no doubt to its great exhaust note and its very fine interior.

The suggested retail price for the DBX707 is $236,000, but “mine” had a number of fine options, boosting the price to $292,186. That compares favorably to the Lamborghini Urus and the Bentley Bentayga. However, at some 700 horsepower, the DBX707 leads the power parade. No wonder it’s gotten rave reviews from many.

But back to the options. As is the case with most manufacturers these days, the DBX has many color choices, each with a price tag of note. Mine was “Satin Titanium Grey,” which added $8,900, but that was the second most-expensive option on the SUV since it also had a number of the “Twill Carbon Fibre” packages: Carbon Fibre Gloss Upper Package for $9,200; Carbon Fibre and Dark Chrome Jewelry at $3,400; and Carbon Fibre Trim Inlay for $4,500.

As I love gray cars and carbon fiber, I owe a huge shout-out to the person who configured my SUV. When you add the 23-inch forged textured black wheels at $5,700 and Arden Green Metallic Leather (stunning!) at $2,800, along with a few other bits and pieces, you can see why the sticker was some $53,000 above the base. But, personally, I would have chosen all of those options too. Looks are good, of course, but can the performance cash the checks that the DBX is writing? Abso-Aston-lutely. We already know the stats show it’s a straight-line performer. But it was a delight to discover how the DBX707 handles the “twisties.” It’s sure-footed and corners really well, which is somewhat surprising since most of today’s primo handlers are e-cars with a very low center of gravity thanks to the batteries ensconced at or below the height of the axles. While the 707’s motor isn’t as heavy as the Aston V12, it’s still a force to be reckoned with, especially when the DBX is as tall as it is. I really like that the car has the ability to go almost in stealth mode and then, with the choice of the steering-wheel buttons for performance and suspension modes and the stomp of the pedal, it’s a real fire-breather.

I must admit that I was always a fan of the Aston Martin brand ― even the exhaust sound alone plays my favorite song ― but it has done a terrific job with the DBX707 in keeping the DNA of Aston’s performance, fit, finish, and sound while venturing into a whole different category of vehicles than they ever have before. Any nits or nats to mention? Not really, as I loved my time with the car and was very, very sorry to see it go back at the end of the week.

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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Gucci Swiss Timepieces, Gucci unveiled its second high watchmaking collection this year, catapulting the timepieces into the modern universe. The new collection introduces high watchmaking masterpieces like the Gucci 25H Skeleton Tourbillon (with the new Gucci exclusive caliber flying tourbillon) as well as updates to the signature Grip Sapphire mechanical collection. With Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele, at the helm of the incredibly innovative designs, the new timepiece repertoire boasts unique celestial design details and elevated materials while also proving to be a technical horological feat of this time.

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FASHION & CREATIVE DIRECTION: ADRIENNE FAUROTE PHOTOGRAPHY: JEFFREY WESTBROOK PROP STYLING: CHRISTINE MOTTAU G-Timeless Planetarium left to right: 18k pink gold case, dial with a central tourbillon with a star diamonds set as decoration, surrounded by 12 rotating tsavorite stones with a brown alligator strap; 18k yellow gold case, dial with a central tourbillon with a star diamonds set as decoration, surrounded by 12 rotating beryls stones with a brown alligator strap; 18k white gold case, dial with a central tourbillon with star diamonds, surrounded by 12 rotating tanzanite stones with a black alligator strap

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Gucci 25H 18k yellow gold flying tourbillon movement Platinum flying tourbillon movement

Left: 18k pink gold case, meteorite dial with dark grey meteorite moonphase disc, and brown alligator strap

Right: 18k pink gold case, meteorite dial with blue meteorite moonphase disc, and brown alligator strap

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G-Timeless Moonlight Haute TIME G-Timeless Dancing Bees 18k yellow gold case set with diamonds, tiger eye dial with 18k yellow gold moving bees, and tourbillon at 12 o’clock set with diamonds with 18k yellow gold bracelet set with diamonds

Grip From left to right: Green mint-colored sapphire case, transparent sapphire hour and minutes windows, turquoise disks, jumping hour movement with a transparent green mint rubber strap with GG motif; Transparent sapphire case, smoked pink and yellow colored sapphire hour and minutes windows, jumping hour movement with a transparent rubber strap with GG motif; Green colored sapphire case, smoked pink and yellow colored sapphire hour and minutes windows, jumping hour movement with a transparent green rubber strap with GG motif

Grip 18k white gold case set with diamonds baguette cut and covered by falcon eye stone with black alligator strap

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Left: 18k white gold multi-layered case, skeleton dial with flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock with black rubber strap with GG logo

Right: 18k white gold multi-layered case, skeleton dial with flying tourbillon at 6 o’clock with night blue rubber strap with GG logo

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Hublot Loves Football

For its fourth consecutive edition, Hublot is the official timekeeper of the FIFA World Cup, the iconic global sports competition.

AHEAD OF THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED 2022 FIFA WORLD Cup in Qatar, Hublot unveils a new Big Bang model created to commemorate the world’s most popular sporting event. The Big Bang e FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ is a connected watch with a new “timeline” function that will take fans right into the heart of the action — even before it begins.

“We’ve waited four years — the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is coming! Hublot has always been ‘unique, first, different,’ becoming the first fine watchmaking brand in football in 2006,” notes Ricardo Guadalupe, the CEO of Hublot. “Today, Hublot is the first name in football timekeeping. For this year’s tournament, we wanted to do something that expresses our belief in a free, diverse, and unified world in a new and memorable way. Football is the world’s game and has a unique power to carry a message of hope to every corner of the Earth, connecting us and showcasing everything that brings us together.”

The Big Bang e FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is the highestperforming and most exciting Big Bang to date, sporting exclusive technical elements. From the countdown to the finals, Hublot will be at the heart of the action. Once a game kicks off, the watch will automatically enter “match mode” and activate “timeline,” a feature created exclusively for this watch that will help fans capture the most memorable and most important moments in soccer.

The outer edge of the dial features a scale split into five sections, indicating the first and second halves, additional time allowed in each half, and halftime. If a goal is scored, the watch will show a match event animation mentioning the player’s name, and a soccer ball will appear at the appropriate minute mark on the scale. It functions the same way if there is a yellow card, a red card, or a penalty. And, if a match goes beyond normal time, the watch display will automatically switch into “extra time mode,” and then again into “shootout mode” in the event a match goes to penalties. Each penalty is recorded by a soccer ball with a green or red outline to indicate whether the attempt was successful. A final “match period animation” shows when the game is over and the final score. At any point during a game, the wearer can replay these events by scrolling around the dial using the watch’s crown.

The watch is powered by Wear OS 3, the latest version of Wear OS by Google™, and comes with its own app. Highly customizable with dozens of dial options and strap designs available through this smartphone app, the Big Bang e FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 takes personalization to the next level. The official version is designed with a burgundy dial and a black-and-burgundy-lined rubber strap inspired by the flag colors of the State of Qatar, the FIFA World Cup 2022 host country. It’s a watch designed for style-conscious people who lead active lives — and who love football.

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NEW NAUTILUS

Up close with Patek Philippe’s four new Nautilus models.

OCTOBER PROVED TO BE A RATHER EXCITING MONTH FOR Patek Philippe as the Genevan luxury brand unveiled a series of new models in particular, four new Nautilus timepieces.

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Perhaps the most notable is the highly anticipated replacement for the 5711: the new Patek Philippe Nautilus Ref. 5811/1G-001, which comes in a sleek white gold, ultimately replacing the steel of the 5711 we know and admire. While the two models are seemingly identical to the naked eye, the new 5811/1G measures one millimeter larger at 41 mm and features a new patented fold-over clasp with a bespoke lockable adjustment system. The case construction is also noteworthy, as it sports a new pull-out piece lever system on the side that replaces the split stem in response to the 5711 and a nod to the original Nautilus of 1976 with a two-part case. Perfectly complementing the new precious metal of the 5811 is the blue sunburst dial designed with a subtle black gradation, horizontally embossed — a signature design element of Patek. Behind the sapphire crystal caseback is the self-winding mechanical movement Caliber 26-330 S C, the same movement housed in the 5711. The timepiece is water resistant up to 120 m.

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NAUTILUS TRAVEL TIME CHRONOGRAPH

One of Patek Philippe’s rare steel watches, the Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph, has returned with a new blue sunburst dial with the signature black-gradient rim. Still powering the timepiece is the Patek Philippe self-winding Caliber CH 28-520 C FUS movement,

combining three complications: a flyback chronograph, a Travel Time function that has two time zones with two separate hour hands with the skeletonized hand showing the home time, and an analog date at 12 o’clock that is synchronized with local time.

REF. 5712/1R-001 NAUTILUS

Exuding unparalleled elegance and sophistication is the Ref. 5712/1R-001 Nautilus, sporting an analog date, moon phases, and a power reserve. Catapulting this timepiece into a new echelon is the palette pairing of the rose-gold 40 mm case and bracelet with the rich brown sunburst dial — ultimately creating a warm tonal piece. Housed within the watch is the self-winding 240 PS IRM C LU Caliber with a maximum power reserve of 48 hours.

REF. 7118/1300R NAUTILUS

Last but certainly not least is Patek Philippe’s take on haute joaillerie with the new ladies’ Nautilus, which is adorned with precious gems. Designed in luxurious rose gold, the octagonal bezel is set with two rows of 68 spessartite baguettes that feature a double color gradation from cognac at 12 and 6 o’clock to champagne at 9 and 3 o’clock. On the dial, the hour markers are made of ogiveshaped spessartite baguettes in cognac hues. And for the ultimate touch, the timepiece has the iconic horizontally embossed dial ― but with a subtle wave for feminine sophistication. Inside, the 7118/1300R Nautilus is equipped with the self-winding 324 S C movement, as seen through the sapphire caseback.

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Left to right: Ref. 7118/1300R Nautilus, Ref. 5990/1A-011 Nautilus Travel Time Chronograph, Ref. 5712/1R-001 Nautilus, and Nautilus Ref. 5811/1G-001

A CINEMATIC LEGEND +

Jacob & Co. releases the Opera Godfather 50th Anniversary to celebrate the golden anniversary of Francis Ford Coppola’s legendary film.

TO CELEBRATE THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GODFATHER, Jacob & Co. released an extremely rare 50-piece limited series that is a testament to the long-standing connection between the film and Jacob & Co.’s high watchmaking. The timepiece fuses the world of ultra-high-end watchmaking with the breathtaking complexity of a mechanical music box — ultimately creating a timepiece that is truly like no other, in true Jacob & Co. fashion.

Not one detail within the Opera Godfather 50th Anniversary goes unnoticed. Intricately designed from the inside out, the watch incorporates 13 of the movie’s scenes, which are laser-etched onto the white gold case ― in the same narrative order as in the film ― with an unprecedented level of vividness and quality. Each scene is individually etched on the case using the groundbreaking, highintensity, high-precision femtolaser technology, and it takes no less than 30 hours to perfect the craft.

Housed in the bold 49 mm white-gold case are intentional design touches that make this timepiece special: from the quote-engraved

rose-gold barrels reading legendary lines like “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse” and “Never ask me about my business” to the piano with The Godfather logo plate covering the combs in polished PVD black with rose-gold deco to the delicate rose figurine.

Like its predecessor, the Opera Godfather 50th Anniversary features the music box, engineered within the strict constraints of a wristwatch. The music box is designed to play the iconic theme of The Godfather, re-created into this purely mechanical format in official partnership with Paramount Pictures. A single press on the pusher at the case’s 10-o’clock position initiates the chiming mechanism and sets 658 components into motion. Next, a pair of uniquely crafted cylinders begins to rotate at a finely calculated tempo, brushing its 36 teeth against a pair of combs to play 120 notes of the original movie theme. Powered by the exclusive JCFM04 caliber, the time display remains in the correct 12/6 orientation as the entire platform of the Opera Godfather 50th Anniversary rotates during the impressive operation of the music box complication.

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Nature’s Calling

Grand Seiko’s new timepieces are seasonal masterpieces.

OFTEN INSPIRED BY NATURE’S DYNAMIC ELEMENTS, Grand Seiko’s timepieces delve deep into the storytelling found within Mother Nature. For the brand’s latest luxury timepiece launch, they debuted four stunning pieces that embody the spring, winter, and fall seasons.

THE SBGY013

There is a popular legend that the “Omiwatari” is where the gods walk out over the ice of the frozen Lake Suwa; therefore, the talented craftsmen and women have intricately designed the dial of the SBGY013 to reflect the color and texture of the snow-covered ice on the lake. Housed within the 38.5 mm stainless-steel case is the Spring Drive Caliber 9R31, which features a dual mainspring structure that delivers a power reserve of 72 hours when fully wound.

THE SLGH019

Exclusive to the Grand Seiko Boutique online, the Hi-Beat 36000 timepiece is inspired by Mt. Iwate in winter — the most dramatic time for the snow on the slopes. The dial of the Hi-Beat 36000 embodies the deep blue of the night sky over the peak of the mountain. The SLGH019 is equipped with the Caliber 9SA5, offering

a power reserve of 80 hours due to its twin barrels. The 40 mm case of the Evolution 9-style watch is created with high-intensity titanium that perfectly complements the deep blue dial.

The SBGW281

For the SBGW281, Grand Seiko found inspiration in Bantō, the “sekki” (season) in Japan when the harshest days of winter are over, and the long-awaited warmth of the sun lights up the snow-covered landscape. At a glance, the watch appears incredibly minimal, but when seen through the sapphire caseback, the exposed craftsmanship of the timepiece is quite complicated. Inside, the timepiece is powered by the slim, hand-wound movement, Caliber 9S64, which is exquisitely finished and boasts a stable accuracy rate and a power reserve of 72 hours.

The SBGW287

We approach the autumnal season with the SBGW287, inspired by the rich colors of Boshū, the sekki when the trees that surround the Grand Seiko Studio Shizukuishi in northern Japan change in hue and announce that winter is just around the corner — which is evident on the dial of this watch. Like the SBGW281, this watch is equipped with the hand-wound movement, Caliber 9S64.

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Left to right: The SBGY013, The SBGW281, The SLGH019, and The SBGW287

ART FOR THE LOVE OF

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INTRODUCING THE FOURTH CHAPTER OF THE LOUIS VUITTON ARTYCAPUCINES COLLECTION, WHERE SIX RENOWNED GLOBAL ARTISTS REIMAGINE THE CAPUCINES HANDBAG THROUGH THEIR OWN VISION AND ARTISTIC EXPRESSIONS.

AMÉLIE BERTRAND

For French artist Amélie Bertrand, art is about studying the relationship between paint and the surface. Known for her vibrant use of colors and creating a visual universe of skewed perspectives, Bertrand blurs the lines between the natural and artificial in her work. “My work is a study of surface,” explains Bertrand. “Each painting is constructed using layers upon layers of digitally sourced materials — tiling, pebbles, plant motifs, artificial nature — which are first composed as small-scale digital works and then hand-drawn and painted onto the larger-scale canvas. Unlike a lot of paintings, there is only one single layer of painting itself in my completed works; the layers exist in the source material, not on the canvas.” A testament to her expertise in warping the dimension of color, her Artycapucines radiates bold colors and light.

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DANIEL BUREN

Daniel Buren is one of the world’s leading contemporary artists. The French artist has explored the dynamic relationships between art and its physical and intellectual structures and our perception of light and space for the last six decades, with his work featured in over 3,000 exhibitions. His Artycapucines creation further investigates his study of space while also introducing his signature vertical stripe, which is now trademarked. “The subject of this work is not a specific space or precise environment, which [is] usually at the heart of all my work; rather, it’s a fixed object,” admits Buren. “The Capucines has a really simple design: a trapezoid as a base and the arc of a circle as a handle. Everything starts from there. My initial sketch was rather abstract, but the object’s function was still clear. By making the handle an exact semicircle and transferring it to the body of the bag itself, two shapes emerged: a trapezoid and a circle.”

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PETER MARINO

New York-based architect Peter Marino is no stranger to the fashion industry, as his work globally reaches a vast range of sectors, including residential, cultural, hospitality, and major luxury fashion retail. In fact, Louis Vuitton also tapped Marino for its 200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries project, where artists interpreted the Louis Vuitton trunk for an exhibition. Marino is known for his minimalistic designs, graphic use of black and white to create light, and experimentation of textures, ultimately fusing the worlds of fashion, art, architecture, and interior design. In true Peter Marino style, his Artycapucines is a black monochromatic masterpiece with dynamic textures. He was inspired by a visit to a 14th century building in Venice, Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista: “One time when I was visiting, I noticed a medieval box near the monumental staircase designed by Italian architect Mauro Codussi,” he explains. “This box had straps and a medieval key. I was inspired by these elements, which I translated into this new Artycapucines bag.”

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PARK SEO-BO

One of Korea’s most celebrated artists, Park Seo-Bo, is the founder of Dansaekhwa, a movement that began in the early 1970s and altered the course of Korean art with its ideas of the purposelessness of actions and the spiritual benefits of endless repetition. This profound philosophy echoes through his Artycapucines. “When I started using colors in my painting, I did so by searching for ‘natural color’ instead of ‘ideological color.’ One time, I was looking at a valley by Mount Bandai; the valley was aligned with the sun, so it appeared almost neon red. The color was so intense that it felt like I was looking at a flame chasing me to my death,” explains Seo-Bo. “That moment acted as a reminder that I’m only a tiny being in front of the vastness of nature. As the wind blew the clouds and the sunlight shone, one side of the valley remained neon red, while the other side became shaded and much darker. I thought I should paint this harmony of nature; my red painting came from this moment — from nature.”

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UGO RONDINONE

Ugo Rondinone, a renowned Swiss artist, creates with intention, exploring the depths of the human condition and nature, and creating a wide range of two- and three-dimensional objects, installations, videos, and performances. Rondinone’s works often represent pressing issues in current history, where modernist achievement and archaic expression intersect. “[For the bag], I took two archetypal symbols I often use in my work: the clown and the rainbow. With its recognizable nonbinary character and outlandish costumes, distinctive makeup, colorful wigs, and exaggerated footwear, the clown is designed to entertain large audiences,” notes Rondinone. “In my work, though, I have turned it into a character who doesn’t entertain but instead just sits in contemplation. The rainbow is a communal archetype of unity and peace, while also referring to the gay-liberation movement.”

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KENNEDY YANKO

For famed artist and sculptor Kennedy Yanko, her artistic niche is found in metal and paint skin, a material she makes by pouring large amounts of paint, letting it dry, and using the sheet-like form to create new sculptural compositions. Her modern works have led her to become the first sculptor in residence at the Rubell Museum in Miami. Working on this particular project with Louis Vuitton broadened Yanko’s artistic horizons. “When the Louis Vuitton team first came in, I shared an idea of what I wanted to do. The next time I saw them, they presented me with so many different options to choose from — it really expanded my mind of what this bag could be,” she explained. “Once we’d figured out the colors and style and how to create the bag itself, I was particularly interested in making something functional. I wanted a bag you could use at any event and with any outfit. For example, the handle comes off, and there’s a pouch underneath it, so you can slide your hand and then carry the bag as a clutch.”

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THE ARTYCAPUCINES DESIGNED BY THESE SIX ARTISTS FURTHER DEMONSTRATE LOUIS VUITTON’S DEDICATION TO THE FUTURE OF ART AND FASHION AS WELL AS THE MAISON’S PASSION TO COLLABORATE, CATAPULTING THE CAPUCINES DESIGN INTO A NEW DIMENSION. THE 2022 ARTYCAPUCINES COLLECTION WILL RELEASE EACH BAG IN A LIMITED EDITION OF 200 PIECES AVAILABLE IN LOUIS VUITTON STORES WORLDWIDE.

CAPUCINES CRAZE

There are two things that innately go hand in hand: the Louis Vuitton Capucines handbag and Paris. This is a love letter to the timelessness of both the Capucines and the city of love, and supermodel Liya Kebede gets lost in the beauty of their relationship. From the subtle statement of the Capucines MM Colorblock in Steeple Gray and Greige Doux Taurillon leather to the incredibly chic metallic Capucines in the BB size radiating in a pearly pink hue, the Capucines craze transcends time.

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ALPINE

It’s officially ski season — and we’re hitting the slopes in style with Louis Vuitton’s latest capsule collection. Fusing high-performance ski gear and technical fabrics with sophisticated silhouettes and monogrammed moments, the collection is tailored to reaching the highest peaks of the mountain and the joie de vivre of après ski.

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NEW YORK GROOVE

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The Fendi Baguette transcends a handbag; it evokes emotion and symbolizes moments in time. This year for the Resort 2023 collection, Fendi celebrates the 25th anniversary of the iconic handbag designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi in 1997 and the innate joy it carries. “I didn’t want to do a traditional ‘collection’ for the anniversary,” admits Kim Jones, Fendi’s artistic director of womenswear. “Rather, it’s a celebration of a time, of the moment the Baguette became famous. I relate that time to a sense of freedom in excess and fun — both qualities the Baguette possesses.” Complemented by readyto-wear that is designed in a vibrant color palette and mixed with utilitarian silhouettes, the Baguette comes to life in the electric streets of New York, the city where the bag found its groove.

FASHION DIRECTION: ADRIENNE FAUROTE

PHOTOGRAPHY: MARK SQUIRES

STYLING: ALYCIA COHEN

HAIR: REBEKAH CALO

MAKEUP: DEANNA MELLUSO AT L’ATELIER NYC

MODELS: NYAYOP TOANG AT MUSE NYC AND BABA DIOP AT MARILYN AGENCY

PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT: DUNCAN MELLOR

STYLING ASSISTANT: DELANEY WILLIAMS

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Good Fortune

Inspired by the Water Hare, 2023’s Chinese zodiac sign, Dior’s Lunar capsule embraces the animal’s dynamic elements in an electric collection. Dior Men

Kim Jones tapped Eli Russell Linnetz, the designer behind ERL, to collaborate on an exclusive hare design motif woven throughout the collection on knit sweaters, hats, and the Saddle Venice bag. The collection is infused with vibrant pops of red, a color that is dear to the Maison as Christian Dior saw red as the “color of life.”

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BRIAN CALVIN

“I like that the fundamental iconic shape [of the Lady Dior bag] remains, allowing experimentation within fixed parameters. I know it’s a cliché, but as a painter, I can’t help but liken it to a blank, stretched canvas awaiting inspiration.”

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Lady Art Limited Edition in Collaboration with Brian Calvin, left bag $8,000, right bag $11,500; available at select Dior boutiques nationwide and 1-800-929-3467

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Dior Lady Art Limited Edition in Collaboration with Dorothy Iannone, $12,500; available at select Dior boutiques nationwide and 1-800-929-3467

GHADA AMER

“I like the charms that hang from the Lady Dior bags, and I wanted to create a parallel Ghada charm. I also like that this bag is both a commodity and a piece of jewelry.”

Dior Lady Art Limited Edition in Collaboration with Ghada Amer, front bag $15,000, back bag $15,00; available at select Dior boutiques nationwide and 1-800-929-3467

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“It’s a symbolic object that is at once a bag and an image that represents and embodies the Dior spirit; it acts as a ‘popular image,’ a symbol of value, taste, and dreams, in the same way many images do.”

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Dior Lady Art Limited Edition in Collaboration with Sara Cwynar, $12,500; available at select Dior boutiques nationwide and 1-800929-3467

ZHENYA MACHNEVA

Dior Lady Art Limited Edition in Collaboration with Zhenya Machneva, $15,500; available at select Dior boutiques nationwide and 1-800-929-3467

“My project is devoted to all women in the world; it is about freedom of choice and pride to be a woman.”
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SHARA HUGHES

“This Lady Dior feels like it can live in many different generations and can be paired with any style. I like the fact that it can formally be stretched to several interesting artistic levels that are realized with this collaboration with Dior and artists.”

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PHOTO COURTESY OF TIFFANY NICHOLSON Lady Art Limited Edition in Collaboration with Shara Hughes, $9,700; available at select Dior boutiques nationwide and 1-800-929-3467
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For the Fall-Winter 2022 collection, AMI Creative Director and Founder Alexandre Mattiussi returns to the foundational elements at the heart of the brand: exquisite craftsmanship and luxury, effortlessness, dynamic connections, and fun. Capturing the quintessential Parisian through a playful perspective, Mattiussi introduces tailored trench coats, tailored blazers, and shearling jackets in an eclectic color palette of sophisticated hues of gray, black, and beige highlighted with vibrant fuchsias, greens, purples, and oranges. A celebration of the “je ne sais quoi” of Parisian style, AMI’s Fall-Winter 2022 collection is truly wild and free. FASHION & CREATIVE DIRECTION: ADRIENNE FAUROTE PHOTOGRAPHY: DANNY CARDOZO

PHOTO ASSISTANT: JACQUES BRUNA STYLING ASSISTANTS: MICHELLE BALL AND DHUNIA JOUKEH SHOT ON LOCATION IN MIAMI

STYLING: VERONICA GARROTE, CHARLIE RINCON HAIR: MARCELINO AT CREATIVE MANAGEMENT MAKEUP: TINA ECHEVERRI AT ARTIST MANAGEMENT MODELS: MIA SPEICHER AND JEAN LAFON AT NEXT MANAGEMENT, JACK ESCALA AT SELECT MODEL MANAGEMENT, AND JACK FEELEY AT U MODELS MANAGEMENT PRODUCTION: JENNY QUINN AT DC&CO STUDIOS DIGITECH: JP CUNNINGHAM
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FASHION NEWS

FROM NEW BOUTIQUE OPENINGS TO THIS SEASON’S HAUTEST FASHION COLLABORATIONS, HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY THIS MONTH.

1. THE EXCLUSIVE DIOR THEBE MAGUGU X CTAOP CAPSULE INITIATED BY MARIA GRAZIA CHIURI

The House of Dior unveiled an incredibly special collaboration this fall between Maria Grazia Chiuri and Thebe Magugu (a winner of the LVMH prize for young fashion creators) in association with the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project (CTAOP), founded by house ambassador Charlize Theron. Marrying the iconic design codes of Dior with Magugu’s contemporary feminist vision, the capsule introduces a new graphic T-shirt embellished with a powerful symbol of sisterhood, the Dior Book Tote adorned with the same manifesto-as-a-seal against the Dior Oblique fabric, and a matching hat designed with two drawstrings — distinctive features of the young designer’s creations. The collection is available at the Dior boutique in Los Angeles, on Fifth Avenue in New York, and at 30 Avenue Montaigne in Paris.

2. HERMÈS ON MADISON AVENUE

Hermès has officially opened the doors to its new flagship store on the Upper East Side as an ode to its ever-evolving relationship with New York. A design masterpiece, the magnificent space spans 20,250 square feet across three buildings and five floors — including a charming rooftop garden — with each floor telling a different story unique to Hermès and its highly curated offerings within the flagship. Occupying nearly an entire block radius, 706 Madison is an ambitious fusion of three existing buildings connected by the Parisian architecture agency RDAI, led by Denis Montel. A testament to the French luxury fashion house’s presence within Manhattan’s culture, the new flagship fuses the spirit of New York with the joie de vivre of Parisian elegance that defines Hermès.

3. BALENCIAGA IN THE MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT

This fall, Balenciaga is opening the doors to its largest retail store yet in Miami’s most prestigious shopping destination: the Miami Design District. Designed by Balenciaga Creative Director Demna in partnership with the Berlin-based architecture studio, Sub, the new Balenciaga store is a first of its kind in the U.S., featuring the complete Raw Architecture concept, conceived by Demna, that debuted earlier this year at London’s Bond Street, creating an intentionally “unfinished” look.

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In the world of Louis Vuitton High Jewelry, there are no boundaries. The new Louis Vuitton Spirit High Jewelry collection radiates with extraordinary gems like tsavorites, sapphires, and rubies that are complemented with the purest diamonds, alluding to another dimension of fantasy. For Francesca Amfitheatrof, the maison’s artistic director for watches and jewelry, this collection is rooted in the house’s design heritage but also reveals the freedom of discovering and exploring new worlds.

FASHION & CREATIVE DIRECTION: ADRIENNE FAUROTE PHOTOGRAPHY: JEFFREY WESTBROOK

PROP STYLING: KAT LOZHNIKOVA SHOT ON LOCATION AT UTE HOUSE, ASPEN, COLORADO ALL JEWELRY BY LOUIS VUITTON

Spirit High Jewelry Destiny necklace, platinum, 18k white gold, 18k yellow gold, one LV Monogram Flower-cut diamond, rubies, and diamonds Spirit High Jewelry Liberty necklace, platinum, 18k white gold, emerald, and diamonds
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High Jewelry Rubellite ring, 18k white gold, rubellite tourmaline, and diamonds Bravery High Jewelry La Passion brace let, 18k white gold, 11 LV Monogram Star-cut diamonds, rubies, and diamonds

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NOTHING SAYS “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” QUITE LIKE EXTRAVAGANT DIAMONDS AND ONE-OF-A-KIND GEMSTONES. INDULGE IN THESE PRECIOUS PIECES FOR AN INCREDIBLY LAVISH SEASON AHEAD.

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1. Repossi Serti Sur Vide High Jewelry ring in 18k white gold with 0.81 ct pear cut white diamond, 0.60 ct pear cut white diamond, and 0.99 ct pear cut emerald and diamond pavé, price upon request;available at saks.com 2. Bvlgari Divas’ Dream High Jewelry necklace in white gold with 22 round and pear cut rubies, rubies buff-top, 1 round brilliant cut diamond, and pavé-set diamonds, price upon request;available at 1-800-285-4274 3. Buccellati Macri Color Cocktail ring 18k yellow and white gold set with 8 round brilliant cut diamonds (0.310 cts) and 1 faceted spessartine (10.28 cts), $35,000; available at buccellati.com 4. Van Cleef & Arpels “Fleurette” earrings featuring diamonds set in 18k white gold, $17,000; available at Van Cleef & Arpels, vancleefarpels.com, and 877-8226-2533 5. Gucci High Jewelry Collection Hortus Deliciarum bracelet in 18k white gold with aquamarine, beryls, topazes, fire opals, pink spinels, and diamonds, price upon request; available at Gucci Place Vendôme 6. CHANEL High Jewelry Comete Harmonie necklace in 18k white gold, diamonds, and onyx, price upon request; available at select CHANEL boutiques nationwide and 800-550-0005 7. Tiffany & Co. bracelet in platinum with an aquamarine and diamonds from the 2022 Blue Book Collection, price upon request; available at select Tiffany & Co. locations, tiffany.com, and 800-843-3269 8. Dior Fine Jewelry Print ring, price upon request; available at dior.com 9. Harry Winston Halo High Jewelry timepiece with brilliant cut and pear-shaped diamonds set in platinum, price upon request; available at harrywinston.com and 1-800-988-4110 10. Louis Vuitton Spirit High Jewelry Liberty earrings in platinum, 18k white gold, emeralds, sapphires, and diamonds, price upon request; available at select Louis Vuitton stores, louisvuitton.com, and 866-884-8866 11. Cartier Beautés du Monde High Jewelry necklace in platinum, emeralds, and diamonds, price upon request; available by appointment only at select Cartier boutiques nationwide and 212-446-3419

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Royal Jewels

For the third, extravagantly dramatic act of Gucci’s Hortus Deliciarum collection, Creative Director Alessandro Michele ushers us into the fantastical world of Gucci High Jewelry. With precious stones in royal shades of rubellite, amethyst, and emerald, and diamond necklaces, earrings, and bracelets adorned with Roman motifs, Michele’s collection captures the essence of desire and storytelling in haute joaillerie.

FASHION & CREATIVE DIRECTION: ADRIENNE FAUROTE

PHOTOGRAPHY: JEFFREY WESTBROOK

PROP STYLING: CHRISTINE MOTTAU

PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTANT: SETH ABEL

ALL JEWELRY BY GUCCI AND AVAILABLE AT GUCCI PLACE VENDÔME

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Necklace in 18k white gold with heartshapeed tanzanite, rubellites, tanzabites, garnets, enamel, and diamonds
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Solitaire ring in 18k white gold with heartshaped blue tourmaline and diamonds

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Solitaire ring in 18k white gold with rubellite tourmaline and diamonds

Solitaire ring in 18k yellow gold with pearshaped garnet and diamonds

Solitaire Ouroboros multi-finger ring in 18k white gold, green tourmaline, and diamonds

Solitaire ring in 18k white gold with purple sapphire and diamonds

Solitaire Ouroboros ring in 18k white gold with yellow beryl and diamonds

Solitaire ring in 18k white gold with imperial topaz and diamonds

Solitaire ring in 18k white gold with paraiba tourmaline and diamonds

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Cuff bracelet in 18K yellow gold with ROMA letting, heart-shaped blue topaz, emeralds, and diamonds

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HOT AND COLD

DREAMING OF A WINTER TRIP BUT DON’T KNOW WHERE TO GO? CHECK OUT THESE SNOWY AND SUNNY DESTINATIONS FOR A LITTLE INSPO!

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Are you ready for a holiday-friendly adventure to the North Pole? If so, Rovaniemi, the Finnish Lapland home of Santa Claus, should be your trip du jour — especially if you’re on his “nice” list. You’ve all seen those glorious glass-topped igloos, and the comfy and cozy “Kammi” suites are the move here, giving guests the opportunity to see the magnificent aurora borealis in all of its unobstructed glory under a sky that seems bigger, clearer, and more awe-inspiring than anywhere else in the world. The resort also offers all of the exciting adventure activities that one would expect at the Arctic Circle, such as Northern Lights-seeking, husky and reindeer tours, snowmobile excursions, horseback riding, ice fishing, fatbiking, and snowshoeing. Cap your evenings in sublime warmth at the property’s Restaurant Aitta, where you’ll be surrounded by century-old timber log walls, a crackling fireplace, and the majestic winter landscape of Lake Olkka as you indulge in traditional Nordic cuisine inside. As a whole, this is an entirely unmissable experience.

Tutkijantie 28, 96900 Rovaniemi, Finland

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AMANGIRI

Amangiri is widely known to be one of the best resorts in the world, and for a good reason: This starkly beautiful property, built into 600 acres of sweeping valley in southern Utah overlooking the Southwest’s iconic flat-topped mesa rock formations, is totally private and as luxurious as they come. Amangiri means “peaceful mountain,” and that’s the vibe here entirely at a resort accessible by car or private plane only. Stay in a suite, home, or at Camp Sarika (a tented pavilion with indoor living and dining areas as well as fire pits and plunge pools, five minutes away across the desert), and enjoy all the resort has to offer: a spa that includes a steam room, sauna, cold plunge pool, and heated step pool, as well as a flotation pavilion, gym, and a Pilates studio;Native American-inspired cuisine with global accents; evenings incorporating Navajo storytelling and music; and even a special dining experience nestled within sandstone walls. Spend your days bundled up and exploring the natural wonders of the area — from the twisting slot canyons to hanging gardens of Lake Powell — horseback riding; on-property hiking trails; private air tours of Grand Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, or Monument Valley; or even a sunrise hot-air balloon ride for a truly

1 Kayenta Road, Canyon Point, UT 84741

BADRUTT’S PALACE

St. Moritz has long been considered the go-to wintertime haunt of the jet set, and post-Covid nothing has changed. This tiny Swiss mountain town embodies absolute luxury, and no hotel is more glamorous than the iconic Badrutt’s Palace. The Golden Age of travel is present and accounted for at this timeless property (which first opened its doors in 1896), where the past and present co-mingle in areas like the wood-paneled Le Grand Hall, where soft and elegant piano music accompanies a traditional afternoon tea. Two-Michelin-star and 17-GaultMillau holder Andreas Caminada is on site to create beautifully presented gourmet dishes at Le Restaurant, while La Coupole/ Matsuhisa showcases a completely different kind of fare courtesy of the one and only Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Guests who prefer dining and dancing should block out several evenings on the calendar right now for King’s Social House by Jason Atherton (a fun new concept launched in 2018), where international DJs get the party started within walls designed by street artists Bane & Pest. A short walk over the street and up a few steps leads you to the center of the village and the 364-year-old Chesa Veglia, a former farmhouse with regional Swiss flair that today houses two bars and three restaurants for lovers of authentic Italian pizza, elegant French cuisine, and rustic Swiss specialties. There’s also the legendary Badrutt’s Palace Service on Corviglia Mountain, as well as the Paradiso Mountain Club & Restaurant, which always gets people dancing as they après. After all that dining, skiing, and indulging, Palace Wellness is a good place to receive some luxury pampering. From the glorious indoor infinity pool with its grandiose backdrop, to the heated outdoor pool, to a serious hydrotherapy circuit with salt steam saunas, it’s truly the best way to cap a day in the most luxurious winter locale in the world.

Via Serlas 27, 7500 St. Moritz, Switzerland

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FOUR SEASONS RESORT AND RESIDENCES JACKSON HOLE

The iconic Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole is kicking off its winter season with a whole new look. As designed by Wimberly Interiors, the newly refreshed guest rooms and suites perfectly enhance the luxury mountain experience with natural elements set against a subtle earth tone palette. The hotel is also introducing refreshed vanities and mirrors, furniture, artwork, beds, lighting, wall coverings, carpets, and a private bar. Lovers of Yellowstone are going to want to experience all that cold, fresh air — especially because the property is offering guests a chance to spot the elusive gray wolf population of Yellowstone National Park as part of a day-long excursion in partnership with Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris and Yellowstone Safari Company. The experience begins with a flyover journey of the greater Yellowstone basin. Upon arrival in the park, learn about the history, movement, and behavior patterns of the gray wolf. There is an opportunity to potentially see wolves in their natural habitat, in addition to moose, elk, bison, and bears. A portion of the proceeds of each trip are donated to both the Yellowstone Wolf Project and Environmental Defense Fund in an effort to preserve and protect this endangered population. And although this is by far the most awe-inspiring adventure, there are other winter-friendly activities, too, including indulging in the hotel’s gourmet hot chocolate cart, a private dining experience in the elegant library, and an all-new après experience at the slopeside Ascent Lounge, as well as festive chaiscented spa treatments. Winter is coming, you say? Here, you’ll not only be ready for it, you’ll be embracing it. 7680 Granite Loop Road, Teton Village, WY 83025

THE REYKJAVIK EDITION

That Reykjavik Edition is one of the hottest spots in Europe is ironic given that it’s located in one of the coldest countries. Yet this gorgeously designed new hotel simultaneously manages to be both cool and haute. Hotelier Ian Schrager used his Midas touch to create something that has, up until now, not existed in this land of hot springs, volcanic rock, and Game of Thrones: something trendy. Designed in partnership with local architecture firm T.ark and New York-based studio Roman and Williams with the guidance of ISC (Ian Schrager Company) design, the hotel subtly captures the spirit of Reykjavík with its ebony façade of charred shou sugi ban timber (a clear nod to Iceland’s dramatic lava landscape) and its quintessentially dramatic Edition entrance: a canopy with its underside illuminated by 12,210 glass LED nodes. On its harborside perch against glorious mountain views, the hotel is in a flawless location at the heart of the city: adjacent to Harpa — the landmark concert hall and conference center whose multicolored glass façade was designed by the celebrated Icelandic and Danish artist Olafur Eliasson — and just minutes from Laugavegur, the main shopping street in downtown Reykjavík. But you may not want to leave with all that’s in store for you here — especially if you’re staying in the one-bedroom Penthouse suite, which features its own custom Edition scent and its own private terrace overlooking the harbor and Harpa. The food and beverage offerings make it hard to venture off hotel grounds as well. There’s the lobby bar with its volcanic rock flooring and innovative cocktail menu — classics with an Icelandic twist — central open-flame fireplace, and Pierre Jeanneretinspired chairs in black velvet; Tides, the hotel’s signature eatery helmed by Gunnar Karl Gíslason (the chef behind Reykjavik’s much-celebrated New Nordic Michelinstarred restaurant, Dill); Tölt, a cozy, private bar named after the unique fifth gait Icelandic horses are best known for; The Roof, with its floor-to-ceiling glass windows and panoramic views of the North Atlantic Ocean and old town; and Sunset, a cool underground nightspot with a state-of-the-art sound system and theatrical lighting illuminating an edgy concrete interior and black cast concrete bar. As a side note, the spa is a must: In addition to a hammam, there’s a steam room, sauna, and plunge pool that offers hydrotherapy, as well as a geothermal water splash pool and a spa bar that serves up Viking shakes, champagnes, and delicious moss vodka infusions alongside snacks like volcano bread with black lava salt.

Austurbakki 2, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland

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SOFITEL LEGEND SANTA CLARA CARTAGENA

As a whole, Cartagena, Colombia, is a steamy destination year-round, and, as such, this sultry destination is a great place to escape the oppressive cold found nearly everywhere statewide. Hang your hat at Sofitel Legend Santa Clara, a property regarded as one of the very best in South America. The former 17th-century convent and hospital has “legend” status — meaning, it’s housed in a building over a century old. Yet those old-fashioned touches just enhance its charm. There are 125 guestrooms, inclusive of 25 suites, with balconies or private terraces overlooking the hotel’s interior or walls along the Caribbean Sea. The rooms perfectly combine colonial and republican architecture with modern comfort. Our favorites are the Spa suite, a double-level masterpiece that has its own outdoor Jacuzzi and personalized spa room, and the Presidential Suite Botero — named in honor of Colombia’s most famous artist and designed by his daughter, the renowned decorator Lina Botero. The culinary offerings are sublime, too: a meal in 1621 — located in a 400-year-old former nunnery — is among the most coveted reservations in Cartagena, with a magnificent French tasting menu and sublime wine pairings, while Botika — the Spanish word for “pharmacy” plays up its location as a former hospital with IV bags full of prebatched cocktails and pharmaceutical bottles of edible tinctures, with the added bonus of tableside hookahs. Don’t miss the gorgeous spa (where ancient traditions of holistic treatments pair with modern products from Sisley), as well as the hotel’s amazing tour offerings, with everything from coffee, rum, chocolate, and wine tastings to salsa and mixology classes.

Calle del Torno 39-29, Barrio San Diego, 130001 Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

JW MARRIOTT SAO PAULO

Head to sultry São Paulo this January, the warmest month of the year, to beat the seasonal blues. When you do so, stay at the modern and magnificent JW Marriott. Here, great care was taken to retain an authentic Brazilian feel through bespoke design elements found throughout the hotel’s public spaces, guest rooms and suites, as well as lush landscaping that heavily incorporates local flora and fauna. To further create a native feel, the hotel is heavy on Brazilian art, most notably a captivating custom installation incorporating fiber optics and crystals in its lobby — reminiscent of a starry sky —courtesy of Brazilian artist Roberto Burle Marx and São Paulo painter and designer Antonio Malta. The local flavor continues at the spa, where therapies make use of indigenous fruits and flowers, and at the lobby’s Bar Caju, where there is a heavy focus on garden-grown Brazilian ingredients. The only deviation is at the property’s signature restaurant, Neto, which is deliberately built on the foundation that travelers and locals alike are family and can come together in one location — which happens to be a large two-story hall featuring Brazilian wood and marble detail — that focuses on a diverse combination of Italian techniques and São Paulo-grown ingredients.

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BANANA ISLAND RESORT DOHA BY ANANTARA

Thanks to the imminent FIFA World Cup, Doha is one of the hottest (literally and figuratively) destinations around. As such, a stay at Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara is going to be one of the hottest tickets in town. Here, there are 141 sea rooms, suites, and beach and over-water pool villas (our accommodation of choice thanks to their panoramic views, a sensational setting perched over cerulean waters, and three to five ensuite bedrooms) along 2,600 feet of golden shoreline. The resort also has a surf pool, dive center, cinema, bowling alley, putting green, and a phenomenal spa — the Middle East’s only true wellness center in an island resort setting. There are also upwards of ten dining experiences, including Dining by Design, a private, personally curated experience where every wish and desire is granted, and Floating Luxury, where a personalized breakfast is served from the comfort of your private pool.

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CONRAD PUNTA DE MITA

One of the easiest trips for American travelers is Mexico, and there’s no place better for a quick vacation than the little slice of relaxed paradise known as Sayulita in the heart of Riviera Nayarit on the Mexican Riviera. Here, nestled where the jungle meets the sea, is Conrad Punta de Mita, a picture-perfect resort set amidst the Pueblos Magicos (historic towns) of the country. You can choose to step out amid the cobblestoned streets or stay on site, relaxing and indulging in all the resort has to offer. We recommend staying in a beachfront suite, which features stellar ocean views and private plunge pools as well as all the mezcal your heart desires (a bonus!), in close proximity to the property’s four restaurants: Arbol, with its lavish breakfast buffet; Paleta, with its poolside dining; Codex, an eatery inspired by an ancient Aztec manuscript; and beautiful beachfront dining at Mezquite. There’s also the Agave Studio for a tipsy and educational experience, where a dedicated in-house agave expert will lead a taste test through a 200-bottle library of mezcal, tequila, and more. Experiences such as surfing, whale watching, various ocean sports, horseback riding, ATV rides, zip-lining, spa treatments, and even a temazcal ceremony — a sacred tradition for the Huichol people of western Mexico led by a local healer — are on offer.

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MTV’s Star Chloe Long on Her Skin Care Line, Emerald Ray Botanicals

WHEN IT COMES TO PRACTICING HEALTH AND WELLNESS, the mental is just as important as the physical. There are many benefits believed to come from tapping into a high-vibrational state and looking at wellness from a spiritual lens. Recently, MTV’s Siesta Key star Chloe Long is bringing everything she’s learned from her own spiritual practice to her latest endeavor, an all-natural skin care line called Emerald Ray Botanicals. This plant-based collection includes a face oil, cleanser and toner that all contain what Long calls highvibrational ingredients she believes will transform us into our most beautiful selves from the inside out.

To hear all the details on the way Long brought her brand to life, Haute Beauty Vice President of Network Partnerships Andrea Gutierrez sat down with the reality TV star to learn everything, from her inspirations to working with her husband to advice for other young entrepreneurs. Here’s what she shared:

Haute Beautty: Tell me more about Emerald Ray Botanicals and your passion that started the skin care line.

Chloe Long: So, I actually am a cosmetologist. I went to cosmetology school before I started filming the show, and I thought I was going to be able to do both. What I realized is filming a reality show is a fulltime job, and you can’t really cancel on clients last minute because you have to go run and do a scene. But my passion for the beauty industry was always there. It started when I was a little girl. I was always the one in high school to do everyone’s hair and do everyone’s makeup, so I’ve always had a passion for it. Two years ago in June, I went through a spiritual awakening, so to speak, and all of that entailed

getting my mental, emotional and physical health absolutely better. But that also involved taking a look at the beauty products that I was using. What I learned is that in almost all of the beauty products that we use, there are a ton of toxic and cancer-causing chemicals in them. There are also ingredients that throw off your hormones, and if your hormones are out of balance, it can affect your anxiety, stress and all of these things. So I got rid of all of my products. We’re talking skin care, hair care, makeup, and tens of thousands of products, and I switched to more natural stuff.

HB: Isn’t it crazy that these products you’re using, they say “organic” and all of that, and then you’re like, “Wait, no, this is really bad.”

CL: I just had no one to tell me, and then, you wouldn’t think, Oh, I read my labels when I’m going to buy food. But you have to read your labels when it comes to your foundation, when it comes to your facial cleanser — every single product. And so I did the research, and I discovered that there are really not that many companies that stand for all-natural, from-the-earth ingredients.

During COVID, one of my little hobbies was creating face oil in my kitchen. I knew rose hip oil and jojoba oil were really good. From there, I started buying other things online. After six months of using my homemade oil, one of my friends said, “Well, what have you been doing with your skin? Your skin looks so good.” And I told her, and she said, “You should do that. Why don’t you create your own skin care line?” And it never even dawned on me. So it just birthed from a place of having a passion to find skin care that not only is good for you but it also works.

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HB: Where did the name Emerald Ray Botanicals come from?

CL: In my spiritual journey, I learned a lot about different elements of the metaphysical world. I believe that we all have a chakra system within our body, which is our energetic connection to the earth and to the spiritual realm. One of the chakras is the heart chakra, and it’s known to be an emerald green light. Your heart chakra is what everyone would think it is — it’s about self-love and giving love out. I’ve always been obsessed with that heart chakra because I felt that I tapped into something in myself when I went through my spiritual journey of learning what it means to love yourself on a deep, deep level.

We all have insecurities, and being on a reality TV show, my insecurities are out there for the world to see. People don’t think that I see comments that are nasty, but I do see them. And to get to a place where I truly can feel that none of that affects me because I know my relationship with myself — that’s all about the emerald love within. So it just comes from deep self-love. I want to help show other people that when you can unlock a love for yourself so deep, that magic will happen around you.

HB: When it comes to the benefits of face oil, what would you say are the top components of Emerald Ray Botanicals’ face oil?

CL: I think a lot of people, when they hear oil, get concerned. “Is this going to make my skin oily?” And there are many reasons why it won’t. [One] of the main ingredients in the face oil is CBD extract. It helps put your skin in a homeostasis setting where, if [your skin] is too oily, [the face oil is] actually going to level it out. If [your skin is] too dry, [the oil is] going to hydrate it. If [your skin is] red, [the oil] will even out the skin tone. If you are prone to acne and bumps, it’s going to help smooth those over. People use CBD for all sorts of things, even putting it on rashes and joint pain. But what they don’t know is it’s actually really, really, really good for your skin.

And another ingredient is jojoba oil. That’s considered a dry oil, so it will not make your skin oily. Jojoba oil actually soaks within 10 minutes. Once you put the face oil on, within 10 minutes, you will notice that your skin is not oily at all. There are also metaphysical properties in it like lavender, which is known to help relax you and calm your anxiety. What people don’t know is it’s also an anti-inflammatory.

HB: When’s the best time of day to use the product?

CL: I suggest morning and night. I have a three-step routine daily. There are days that I do more than others, but every day I cleanse, tone and use the face oil. I also really love it before I put on my liquid foundation — I put it on and let it soak in for 10 minutes and then put my liquid foundation over it. It doesn’t mess with your makeup.

HB: I was lucky to meet your husband, Chris. I’m so happy for you both. You guys are just amazing together. How is the dynamic working alongside your spouse?

CL: Well, I think when it comes to our relationship, we just work. So when it comes to a business, we just work as well. He’s been in sales for over a decade; he actually just was promoted to the head salesman [position] of his medical sales company … so he’s like a master seller. He really helps with the wholesale orders and setting up stuff like that, which has been really helpful, because, as outgoing as I am, it’s kind of hard to do sales unless you’ve been in that industry for a little bit of time. To have him is really great. He knows just as much about the product as I do; he

uses it just as much, and that is a part of the sales when you believe in a product. Just like our marriage, he lets me have my opinion, and only when he really feels that he needs to step in, he does.

HB: How do you think the show and your social media have influenced the brand’s growth?

CL: I firmly believe that every single part of your life plays into this moment now. So it would be very naive for me to say that I would have this company without the show. However, the show has yet to air anything about Emerald Ray, so I’ve promoted it all on my own. At first, it made me a little upset that the show wasn’t capitalizing on it a little more, but now, looking back, I’m really grateful because I can say I’ve created this by myself. I didn’t have a huge network helping it, and having my social media platform, I wouldn’t have that without the show. So it’s been interesting, and I’m excited to see the show this season, as it really focuses on my journey in finding new products and a new manufacturer. You’ll also get to see the ins and outs of creating new products and even designing the packages, bottling, and all of it. So I’m really excited about that!

HB: Being a young entrepreneur, what advice do you give those out there looking to pave their path?

CL: I think when it comes to anything in life and deciding what you want to do, having a relationship with yourself first and knowing your worth first is the most important, because how do you expect people to respect you and love you and be inspired by you if you don’t feel that way for yourself? I went through a crazy time in my early 20s; unfortunately, it was shown to the world. But I’m grateful because it made me self-actualize and realize maybe that’s not how I want to live my life.

So going through your early 20s, you’re going to have bumps, and it’s going to be chaotic but just enjoy it. When you get to the point of figuring out what it is you want to do, I think having a relationship with yourself and figuring out who you truly are and what makes you happy is the first thing you should do before deciding what you want to do, whether it’s own your own business, work in the medical field, whatever it is, you have to put you first.

HB: For Emerald Ray Botanicals, where do you hope to see it in the next five years?

CL: At the beginning of September, we launched two new products — a facial cleanser and a toner. I’m very excited about both of those products. Working in this industry and trying to figure out how to formulate a product correctly, with holding my values of natural, organic, from the earth, no added chemicals whatsoever, I learned it’s almost impossible. For this round of products, we brought a doctor on board, so both of the new products are expertly formulated. So I’m really proud to say that not only can I put my name on this, but a doctor has put their name on it. I just see it going really far. And this isn’t where I’m going to create hundreds of products to just sell. I’m creating what I think is necessary, what we all use that will actually work. Do I expect to go into hair care, skin care, and even makeup one day? Yes. But as of right now, the focus is on the new products that actually have completely different packaging, are more of a constellation-type vibe, and we are going more into nature for this new drop, making it even more emerald!

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Redefining the Plastic Surgery Experience

WHEN WE BEGAN BUILDING OUR PRACTICE FOUR YEARS AGO, our vision was to create an unforgettable patient experience from start to finish. We turned to high-end hotels and world leaders in the hospitality industry for inspiration, which guided our decisions on everything from construction and interior design to hiring and the smallest details associated with every patient interaction. The result: a truly curated approach to plastic surgery that’s unlike any other in South Florida.

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Unsatisfied with merely meeting patient expectations, we strive to exceed them. Our concierge approach to plastic surgery was designed to anticipate our patients’ needs and desires, and that is where our staff comes in. Each of our team members was hand selected for their exemplary experience and proven dedication to customer service as well as the shared core values of integrity, trust, efficiency, and communication. We also employ full-time private nurses and

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The Miami area’s close proximity to the Caribbean and Latin America makes it one of the most desirable destinations for plastic surgery “tourism.” Many of our clients come to us from these areas, as well as from across the United States. With our Fly-In Program for out-oftown patients, our staff takes care of all the details, including first-class travel arrangements and a luxurious recovery experience thanks to a partnership with Miami’s THesis Hotel, which is just minutes away from the office. Recovery stays include a private nurse for around-the-clock post-surgical care and other amenities that patients would never think of when recovering at home.

Discerning patients want a five-star plastic surgery experience — one that includes world-class service, luxurious surroundings and, most of all, discretion. This is exactly what we provide for every patient throughout their treatment journey — along with expectation-exceeding results that make them smile every time they look in the mirror.

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Dr. Jose Rodríguez-Feliz’s Coral Gables practice provides world-class service, the highest-quality care and outstanding results.

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With hands-on training from world-renowned plastic surgeons and 15 years of experience performing more than 5,000 procedures, Dr. Rodríguez-Feliz’s artistic eye, meticulous surgical approach, and natural-looking results appeal to women and men alike.

His specialties include the deep-plane facelift, an advanced technique that restores youthful facial contours while avoiding an overly pulled or unnaturally tight postsurgical appearance. He also has unsurpassed experience and expertise performing blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), and he is trained in the most advanced techniques that yield optimal improvement for sagging eyelids, undereye bags, and dark circles. Dr. Rodríguez-Feliz also specializes in hair restoration for women and men. His unparalleled attention to detail delivers natural-looking results and allows patients to enjoy the fuller, thicker hair of their youth once again.

Regularly featured in the U.S. and Latin American press, Dr. Rodríguez-Feliz has penned several articles that have been published in prestigious scientific journals, as well as a chapter in one of the most relied-upon oculoplastic surgery textbooks used today. He continually strives to innovate and share his knowledge with fellow plastic surgeons around the world — as well as his patients.

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340.690.1213 amydewilde@coldwellbankervi.com teamlanddewilde@coldwellbankervi.com

Andrea Desy Edrei

Market: Philadelphia Main Line, Pennsylvania Black Label Keller Williams 917.968.7848 andrea@blacklabelkw.com blacklabelkw.com

Audrey Ross

Market: Gables Estates, Coral Gables, FL Compass 305.206.4003 aross@miamirealestate.com www.miamirealestate.com

Blue Zone Realty International

Market: Costa Rica 415.251.2332 tim@bluezonerealty.com bluezonerealty.com

Christie’s International Real Estate Seattle

Market: Washington Christie’s International Real Estate Seattle 503.389.2112 info@luxecir.com luxecir.com/propertiescynthia-barrett

Market: Austin, Texas Compass 512.431.2552 | 512.575.3644 barbara.vandyke@compass.com barbaravandyke.com
Market: Belize 4Realty 501.610.4186 | 501.223.4152 | +1.754.444.7773 carlo@4realty.bz | info@4realtybelize.com 4realtybelize.com
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Cindy Shearin

Market: Manhattan Beach/Redondo Beach, California Strand Hill Christie’s International

310.200.8318 cindy@theshearingroup.com cindyshearin.com

Courtney Poulos

Market: West Adams, Los Angeles, California ACME Real Estate

323.919.0375 courtney@acme-re.com acme-re.com

Cyd Greer

Market: Napa Valley, California Coldwell Banker Brokers of the Valley 707.322.6825 cgreer@cbnapavalley.com cydgreer.com

Daniel L. Maya

Market: North Pinecrest, FL Coldwell Banker 786.999.4222 daniel.maya@floridamoves.com danielmayaissellingyourhome.com

Darin Marques

Market: Las Vegas, Nevada Huntington & Ellis 702.485.7755 darin@dmgluxury.com dmgluxury.com

Debbi DiMaggio and

Adam Betta

Market: Piedmont/Berkeley/Oakland, CA Corcoran Global Living 510.414.6777 debbi.dimaggio@corcorangl.com adam.betta@corcorangl.com dimaggiobettagroup.co

Coffee Cake & Real Estate

Market: Brickell, Miami, FL Coffee Cake and Real Estate 305.849.5616 | 305.588.3515 brie@coffeecakeandrealestate.com coffeecakeandrealestate.com

Curtis J. Wright

Market: Essex County, Morris County, NJ Christie’s International Real Estate Northern New Jersey

973.306.2752 | 973.509.4649 cwright@christiesrennj.com curtisjwright.com

Dana Bambace & Mark Peterson

Market: Pebble Beach, California Compass 831.224.6353 dana.bambace@compass.com mark.peterson@compass.com bambacepeterson.com

Dante DiSabato

Market: Naples, Florida Willaim Raveis 239.537.5351 dante.disabato@raveis.com dantedisabato.raveis.com

David Kafka

Market: Belize RE/MAX 1st Choice Belize +501.615.9622 david@remax1stchoicebelize.com 1stchoicebelize.com

Debbie Wysocki

Market: Harbor Beach/East Lauderdale, Lauderdale By The Sea, Hillsboro Beach/Hillsboro Shores, Deerfield Beach Florida Luxury Homes Group - Keller Williams Realty Professionals 954.579.5720 debbie@floridaluxuryhomesgroup.com floridaluxuryhomesgroup.com

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Debra Johnston

Market: Atlanta, Georgia Coldwell Banker Realty

404.312.1959 | 404.537.3200 debra.johnston@cbrealty.com debraajohnston.com

Denise Arledge

Market: Westlake Village, California The Arledge Group - Compass 818.519.4429 denise@thearledgegroup.com compass.com/agents/the-arledge-group

Ernie Carswell

Market: West Hollywood, California Ernie Carswell & Associates at Douglas Elliman Real Estate 310.345.7500 ernie@carswellandassociates.com carswellandassociates.com

Eugenia Foxworth

Market: Uptown, New York City, New York Foxworth Realty 212.368.4902 eugenia@foxworthrealtyonline.com foxworthrealtyonline.com

Frontgate Real Estate

Market: Calabasas, California

Gretchen Coley

Market:

Denis Smykalov

Market: Miami Beach, FL

Wolsen Real Estate 305.333.1122 305.333.4555 d@wlsnre.com wolsenrealestate.com

Diane Pool

Market: Maui, Hawaii Coldwell Banker 808.276.2004 diane@soldonmaui.net soldonmaui.net

Eugen Klein

Market: Vancouver, Canada Royal LePage Westside Klein Group 604.818.5888 eklein@kleingroup.com kleingroup.com

Frank D. Isoldi

Market: Westfield, New Jersey Coldwell Banker Global Luxury 908.301.2038 frankisoldi@gmail.com theisoldicollection.com

Georgina Jacobson

Market: Newport Beach, California Coldwell Banker Global Luxury 949.285.8380 georgina@georginajacobson.com georginajacobson.com

Heather Hudson

Market: West Lake Hills, TX COMPASS | Austin Residential Group 512.431.2120 heather.hudson@compass.com compass.com/agents/heather-hudson/

Frontgate Real Estate | Dana+Jeff Luxury Homes 747.888.0508 danaandjeff@frontgaterealestate.com danaandjeffluxuryhomes.com
Raleigh, North Carolina Compass 919.526.0401 gretchen@thecoleygroup.com thecoleygroup.com
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Heidi Bintz

Market: Vail Valley, Colorado LIV Sotheby’s International

970.390.8383 | 970.845.0400 hbintz@livsothebysrealty.com hbintz@livsir.com coloradolifestyle.luxury

Hyleri Katzenberg

Market: Fairfield, CT Compass 203.246.8395 hyleri@luxelatitudes.com luxelatitudes.com

Jamison & Nicole Blair

Market: Incline Village, Lake Tahoe, NV Compass 530.581.1400 info@teamblairtahoe.com teamblairtahoe.com

Jeanie Vidaurreta

Market: Miami Beach Islands, FL Compass 305.469.7127 jeanie.vidaurreta@compass.com compass.com/agents/jeanie-vidaurreta

Jennifer Zales

Market: Tampa Bay, FL

Coldwell Banker Global Luxury 813.758.3443 jennifer@jenniferzales.com jenniferzales.com

Joel Schemmel

Market: Sarasota, FL

Premier Sotheby’s International Realty 941.587.4894 joel.schemmel@premiersir.com schemmelsodagroup.com

Henderson Ventures

Market: Charlotte, North Carolina Henderson Ventures 704.492.3426 nilou@hendersonventuresinc.com hendersonventuresinc.com

Jaime Brown

Market: Tampa, FL Tampa Homestyles

jbrown@tampahomestyles.com tampahomestyles.homes

Jay Caputo

Market: Washington D.C. Compass 703.340.7996 jaytherelentless@gmail.com tcgrealestate.com

Jeff Chertow

Market: Malibu, California Pinnacle Estate Properties 310.456.3469 jeffchertow@gmail.com malibudreamhomes.com

Jochen Lucke

Market: Highlands, North Carolina Silver Creek Real Estate Group 828.226.1126 | 828.743.1999 jlucke@ncliving.com ncliving.com

John O’Neill

Market: Chicagoland, IL Compass 847.877.2215 john@oneillresidential.com oneillresidential.com

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Joyce Rey

Market: Beverly Hills, California, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury

310.285.7529 joyce@joycerey.com joycerey.com

Katharine A Rutland

Market: Coastal Palm Beach, FL The Luxury Portfolio Group, HomeSmart 561.480.8769 kathyrutland@yahoo.com theluxuryportfoliogroup.com

Kevin Crigger

Market: Toronto, Canada The Kevin Crigger Real Estate Team 416.489.2121 kevin@kevincrigger.com kevincrigger.com

Kris Anderson

Market: Sedona, AZ eXp Realty 480-567-2103 kris@yourpremierteam.net kris.anderson@exprealty.com ilovesedonarealestate.com

Lake Nona Realty

Lisa Copeland

Market:

Karen Skala

Market: North Shore, Long Island, NY Prime Realty

347.395.7133 | 718.229.2922 k.skala@myprimerealtor.com karensellsnewyork.com

KC Martin

Market: Paris, France

Sotheby’s International Realty 505.690.7192 [for calls outside US, use “011”] kc.martin@sothebyshomes.com sothebysrealty.com

Kim Martin Fisher & Jennifer Martin Faulkner

Market: Ponte Vedra/St Johns County, FL Douglas Elliman 904.699.9993 Kim | 904.524.6000 Jennifer kim.martin-fisher@elliman.com jennifer.martinfaulkner@elliman.com kmfandjmf.com

Kris Zacuto

Market: Silicon Beach, CA Compass 310.702.6299 kris@kriszacuto.com kriszacuto.com

Leslie S. Modell

Market: Midtown East, New York

Sotheby’s International Realty 212.606.7668, 917.488.5374 leslies.modell@sothebyshomes.com thelesliesmodellteam.com

Lisa Culp Taylor

Market: Tennessee

The LCT Team 615.790.7400 lisa@lctteam.com lisaculptaylor.com

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Market: Orlando, FL Lake Nona Realty 407.851.9091 realty@lakenona.com lakenona.club
Austin, TX eXp Realty, LLC 512.944.5472 lisa@lisacopeland.com sellingcentertexas.com
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Lisa Hernandez

Market: Pinecrest, FL Compass 305-924-2610 lisahernandez@compass.com opesre.com

Luis Dominguez & Karl Hueck

Market: Palm Island, FL Douglas Elliman and Compass luis.dominguez@elliman.com karl.hueck@compass.com

Lori Suarez, The Curated Collection Group

Market: Las Olas Isles, Florida One Sothebys 954.648.7336 lsuarez@onesothebysrealty.com curatedcollection.onesothebysrealty.com

Margit Brandt

Market: Palm Beach, FL Premier Estate Properties 561.545.7386 margit@margitbrandtpalmbeach.com margitbrandtpalmbeach.com

Marsha Kotlyar Estate Group

Market: Montecito, CA Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices California 805.565.4014

Home@MKGroupMontecito.com mkgroupmontecito.com

Mauricio J. Barba

Market: Coral Gables, FL Compass 305.439.8311 mauricio@miamisignaturehomes.com miamisignaturehomes.com

Lisa Taylor

Market: Denver, CO Compass 303.882.2000 lisa.taylor@compass.com compass.com/agents/lisa-taylor/

LUXE Forbes Global Properties

Market: Lake Oswego / Portland / West Linn / Bend, OR 503.389.2112 info@luxeoregon.com luxeoregon.com

Magnus Jennemyr

Market: Coconut Grove, FL Engel & Völkers Miami Coconut Grove 305.913.5499 mj@selectrg.com selectrg.com

Maria Kuzina & Daniel Pansky

Market: Sunny Isles Beach, FL Miami Luxury Real Estate LLC 754.217.1402 mkuzina@miamiluxuryrealestates.com miamiluxuryrealestates.com

Maureen McDermut

Market: Montecito, CA Sotheby’s International Realty 805.570.5545 maureenmcdermut.com

Max Hasman

Market: Vancouver, Canada Angell Hasman & Associates (Malcolm Hasman) Realty Ltd. 778.389.9080 max@maxhasman.ca maxhasman.ca

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Maxine & Marti Gellens

Market: La Jolla, California Berkshire Hathaway HomeServies 858.551.6630 sold@gellens.com gellens.com

Michael DeRosa

Market: Skaneateles, NY Michael DeRosa Exchange 315.406.7355 | 212.757.1550 michaelderosa@michaelderosaexchange.com derosaexchange.com

Michelle Thomas

Market: Marco Island ,FL

Premier Sotheby’s International Realty 239.860.7176 michelle@naples.com michellethomasteam.com

Moira E. Holley

Market: Seattle, Washington Realogics | Sotheby’s International Realty 206.612.5771 moira@moirapresents.com moirapresents.com

Myra Nourmand

Market: Los Angeles, California Nourmand & Associates 310.888.3333 myranourmand@nourmand.com myranourmand.com

Nancy Yeh

Market: Pacific Heights/Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA Compass 415.812.4303 nancy.yeh@compass.com compass.com

Melissa Barragan

Market: Sunny Isles Beach, FL Dezer Platinum Realty 305.988.4351 melissa@dezer.com melissabarragan.com

Michael Eisenberg

Market: Bel Air, Los Angeles, California Keller Williams Beverly Hills 310.748.5410 310.432.6400 mikeeisenberg@sbcglobal.net

Michelle Walsh

Market: Charleston, SC Charlestowne Realty Group 617.784.7800 michelle@charlestownerealty.com charlestownerealty.com

Moriah Taliaferro

Market: Sarasota, FL Premier Sotheby’s International Realty 941.504.9910 moriah.taliaferro@premiersir.com moriahtaliaferro.com

Nancy Tallman

Market: Park City, Utah

Summit Sotheby’s International Realty 435.901.0659 nancy.tallman@sothebysrealty.com insideparkcityrealestate.com

Nicole Di Leo and Jennifer Leong

Market: Fort Lauderdale, FL

954.850.0269 Nicole | 954.522.2831 Jennifer ndileo@onesothebysrealty.com jleong@onesothebysrealty.com nicoledileo.com | onesothebysrealty.com/ agents/99043-the-opulentgroup

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Olivia Hsu Decker

Market: San Francisco Bay, California Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty

415.435.1600 olivia@sanfranciscofinehomes.com sanfranciscofinehomes.com

Provenance Properties

Market: Caribbean, Cayman Islands Christie’s International Real Estate 345.640.7000 info@provenanceproperties.com provenanceproperties.com

Riskin Partners Estate Group

Market: Santa Barbara, CA Village Properties 805.565.8600 team@riskinpartners.com montecito-realestate.com

Scott Eric Klein, PA

Market: Edgewater, Miami, FL The Corcoran Group 305.302.3179 scott@scottkleinrealtor.com corcoran.com/real-estate-agents/detail/scott-ericklein-p-a-/26734/regionId/2

Shannon Francis

Market: Snowmass Village, CO Roaring Fork Sotheby’s International Realty 970.319.7430 aspensmf@gmail.com rfvproperties.com

Shelly Tretter Lynch

Market: Greenwich, CT Compass 203.550.8508 shelly.tretterlynch@compass.com shellytretterlynch.com

Priscilla Haisley

Market: Miami Shores, FL 305.322.3665 priscilla@luxeknows.com miamidreamcasa.com

Renier Casanova

Market: Key Biscayne, Miami, FL Compass 305.989.6884 renier.casanova@compass.com reniercasanova.com

Sandra Fiorenza

Market: Fisher Island, FL Douglas Elliman 305.281.4727 sandra@fiorenza.cc sandrafiorenza.com

Scott Goshorn

Market: Brentwood, Los Angeles, CA Rodeo Realty 323.251.5479 scott@scottgoshorn.com scottgoshorn.com

Shayna Davidov Hanson

Market: North Miami Beach, FL One Sotheby’s 786.288.6161 shaynahanson@gmail.com shaynadavidovhanson.com

Sherri Murphy

Market: Dallas, TX Coldwell Banker Realty - Southlake 817-929-2059 sherri@theultimateregroup.com sherrimurphyrealty.com

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Stefano Balli

Market: Ponce-Davis, FL Compass 305.915.2572 stefano.balli@compass.com compass.com/agents/stefano-balli

The Holcomb+Durkovic Group

Market: Pasadena, California Douglas Elliman Real Estate 310.810.4470 tim@thedurkovicgroup.com / greg@thehdgroup.com thehdgroup.com

Timothy Norman Tamura

Market:

Toni Itkin

Market:

Steven Presson

Market: Palm Beach, FL The Corcoran Group 561.843.6057 steven.presson@corcoran.com stevenpresson.com

The Resop Team

Market: Olde Naples, FL The Agency Naples 239.231.6164 theagencyre.com/agent/chris-resop

Tomer Fridman

Market: Hidden Hills, Holmby Hills, Trousdale Estates, California Compass 310.919.1038 info@thefridmangroup.com thefridmangroup.com

Trish Sweeney Lowe

Market: Chapel Hill/Durham, North Carolina Compass 919.272.6640 Trish.sweeneylowe@compass.com Trishlowegroup.com

Vicki Gaily

Corona Del Mar, California VALIA Properties 949.673.0789 tim@valiaoc.com valiaoc.com
Sandy Springs, East Cobb Vinings, Georgia Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage 404.229.8242 toni@toniitkin.com toniitkin.com
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Haute Developer

The premier list of the world’s most exclusive properties by some of the most renowned real estate development companies.
haute developer NETWORK hauteliving.com ​​1200 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131 | 305.668.3122 | mvgroupusa.com 301 Almeria Ave #330, Coral Gables, FL 33134 | 305.718.4575 | mgdevelopermiami.com MV GROUP USA / MANNY ANGELO VARAS MG DEVELOPERS 800 Harbour Drive, Naples, FL 34103 | 239.261.3939 | michaellawler.com MICHAEL LAWLER

Haute Design

Market : Coral Gables, FL

Market : Coral Gables, FL

Arlyn Mateo

786.856.1571 | info@theamhouse.com theamhouse.com

Market : South Miami, FL

Duoma Atelier

786.280.4567 | duomatelier.com norma@duomatelier.com

Market : Naples, FL

Alex Zapirain

305.761.0316 | alexzapiraindesigns.com alex@alexzapiraindesigns.com

Hughes

Balli
Group 305.669.5160 | theballigroup.com info@theballigroup.com
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Jasmin Reese 773-857-1240 | jasmin@jasminreeseinteriors.com jasminreeseinteriors.com
FORM Design Studio 310.933.5390 | form-designstudio.com studio@form-designstudio.com
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Michael Miller 312.279.2776
centaurinteriors.com info@centaurinteriors.com
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Edwina Alexis, Inc. edwina.v@edwinaalexis.com
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Iconic Modern Home 631.726.0503 | info@iconicmodern.com iconicmodern.com
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NEW & NOTEWORTHY

The hautest new restaurants in Manhattan this winter.

53

Midtown has welcomed a new dining concept from the Altamarea Group in 53. Designed for those who fancy the art of food — and art itself — the new contemporary Asian restaurant is intentionally located below MoMa’s new extended wing in the Jean-Nouveldesigned residential tower. Michelin-starred Chef Akmal Anuar is joined by Chef Mark Yu, who recently served as the Executive Sous Chef at Pastis, to marry the varied taste profiles of Asian cuisine into a cohesive and collaborative menu, featuring one-of-a-kind dishes like the Hainanese chicken, Kung Pao quail, and lobster rice in lotus leaf. While the menu is a true work of art, 53 is also a design-led space, brought to life by the NYC-based studio, ICRAVE, featuring a private dining room, a full bar, and a rotating selection of fine art in partnership with the Friedrich Petzel Gallery. 53 W. 53rd Street, 10019

ALBA

The opening of Alba has been quite the talk of the town. Helmed by Cobi Levy and Will Makris of Prince Street Hospitality, the dynamic New York hospitality group behind Lola Taverna, Little Prince, and more, Alba is a new dining destination in the West Chelsea neighborhood, capturing the joie de vivre and laid-back luxury of holidays spent in Italy. Chef Adam Leonti, along with Levy and Makris, has crafted a menu that reflects traditional Italian cuisine with a contemporary Manhattan twist, like the cacio e pepe, which is finished with a smoked lemon flavor, while also elevating classics dishes, like chicken alla diavola. A dish deemed a must-order is the “Grandi Formati,” a veal Bergamasco inspired by Leonti’s time working in Bergamo, Italy. 515 W. 18th Street, 10011

9 JONES

Introducing 9 Jones, where a private British club joins forces with New York City energy. The brainchild of nightlife moguls like Richard Wheeler, Josh Angel, and Yiannis Vasilas, in collaboration with partners Carmelo Anthony and Christian Vazquez, 9 Jones is said to be the new ‘it’ supper club. 9 Jones, which opened in mid-September in the heart of the West Village, is meant to be an intimate, lavish escape within the city. Guests can indulge in the vintage black and gold cocktail trolley service, which will be offered to individual tables for guests to tailor their own bespoke cocktails. Curating a rather sexy dining experience, the dinner menu will feature classic Greek dishes with unforgettable, vibrant plates. 9 Jones Street, 10014

PHOTOS
Haute CUISINE 53 9 Jones
COURTESY OF ERIC LAIGNEL, EVAN SUNG, ALBA, 9 JONES
The Napoleon at 53
Alba

Zaytinya

LE GRATIN

Michelin-starred Chef Daniel Boulud has opened the doors to his first-ever French bistro in Lower Manhattan: Le Gratin. Nestled on the ground floor of the eclectically lavish Beekman Hotel, Le Gratin is bringing a bit of French charm to the Financial District through its marble floors, moody lighting, cigar-colored banquettes, and decorative painted tiles adorning the walls. Inspired by the intimate bouchons and bistros of Boulud’s hometown, Le Gratin is a love letter to Lyon, France. Together with Executive Chef Guillaume Ginther and Corporate Chef Jean François Bruel, Boulud has curated a menu teeming with symbolic dishes from his childhood, with seasonal flavors like the quenelle de brochet au gratin. At Le Gratin, dessert is a must. Executive Pastry Chef Kristyn Onasch has perfected the pastry program with French classics, like chou et prune à la crème (a cream puff with roasted plum), and the crème renversée au caramel — meant to be enjoyed with a fragrant French Mauresque, of course. 5 Beekman Street, 10038

ZAYTINYA

The Ritz-Carlton recently found a new home in the heart of Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, surrounded by legendary dining destinations like Eleven Madison Park and Cosme. And the Ritz-Carlton isn’t arriving in the neighborhood empty-handed; with all culinary venues and in-room dining helmed by Michelin-starred chef José Andrés, the RitzCarlton has become another power player in the NoMad culinary scene. The first restaurant to open is Zaytinya, featuring an innovative mezze menu inspired by Turkish, Greek, and Lebanese cuisines, served in a sleek and modern setting on the hotel’s ground floor. Zaytinya, a play on the Turkish word for olive oil, immediately transports guests to the Mediterranean with its palette of bronze metals, white oak wood, and distinctive pops of blue designed by The Rockwell Group. The menu offers a diverse collection of Mediterranean favorites like hummus ma lahm, baba ghannouge, Imam Bayildi, lamb baharat, and much more. And as expected, The Bazaar by José Andrés is set to make its New York debut later this year. 25 W. 28th Street, 10001

TORRISI BAR & RESTAURANT

There is truly no slowing down for Major Food Group. This fall, the hospitality mogul is coming full circle back to Mulberry Street with the opening of the new Torrisi Bar & Restaurant in the historic Puck Building, mere blocks from the original Torrisi Italian Specialties (where it all began). Torrisi Speciality Foods first opened in 2009, earned a Michelin star in 2012, and served as the incubator for all of Major Food Group’s menu development. Thus, as Chef Rich Torrisi’s namesake restaurant, Torrisi is his tribute to Mulberry Street and surrounding areas. The menu proudly boasts an Italian selection with stand-out dishes that have taken years to develop, like the San Gennaro bao and Short-Rib Scottadito, alongside updated takes on classic dishes from its early days, such as the house pepperoni, hand-pulled mozzarella, and the cavatelli with Jamaican beef patty ragù. As a new haute spot, Torrisi Bar & Restaurant is undoubtedly an inside look into Chef Torrisi’s beautiful relationship with the neighborhood and its food. 275 Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10012

@hauteliving HAUTE LIVING 173 Le Gratin
PHOTOS COURTESY OF BILL MILNE, ASON VARNEY, MAJOR FOOD GROUP Greek yogurt with apricots at Zaytinya Thon aux olives at Le Gratin

CELEBRATES

KELLY RIPA AND THE RELEASE OF WITH PARFUMS DE MARLY AND CHAMPAGNE TELMONT AT SCARPETTA

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SEPTEMBER 27 WAS FILLED WITH MANY FIRSTS FOR LIVE WITH Kelly and Ryan host Kelly Ripa. The beautiful mother, wife, and television icon officially aired all of her laundry ― the good, the bad, and the dirty ― in her first book, Live Wire: Long-Winded Short Stories, from Dey Street Books. Haute Living cover star Ripa and husband Mark Consuelos spent the night surrounded by friends and family at their usual date-night spot, Scarpetta. The restaurant is known for its excellent Italian food, and guests opened their palates to raw yellowtail, roasted cauliflower, burrata, ravioli cacio e pepe, and more “primi” and family-style pasta dishes. In keeping with the theme, divine cocktails were dedicated to Ripa’s book such as “The Live Wire” — Scarpetta’s take on a spicy margarita; “Don’t Let Your Husband,” a bellini; and “The Good News,” a reimagined Aperol spritz. Then, as conversations flowed and memories were made, spaghetti, branzino, sirloin of beef, and roasted organic chicken were served. The table was filled with Parfums de Marly scents and Champagne Telmont bubbly, making for a spectacular toast by Ripa and Haute Media Group Senior Vice President April Donelson. In a toast to Haute Living, including a direct nod to Editor-in-Chief Laura Schreffler, Ripa shared, “I really thank Haute Living for hosting this event. I didn’t do this to spare my dear friends John and Lizze Tisch, who host every book party.” As laughs filled the room and the noise level was on the rise, the night that many thought was soon to come to an end was just beginning. In partnership with Haute Living, artist Seek One presented a one-of-a-kind Kelly Ripa Live Wire: Long-Winded Short Stories masterpiece on canvas ― an homage to her book jacket. Afterward, the entire party was treated to not one but two custom cakes (one of which was provided by Haute Living, and one of which is still a mystery to this day). Notable guests included Anna Keiser, Bryan Lourd, Bruce Bozzi, Debra O’Connell, Jason Weinberg, Lucy Liu, Gwendoline Christie, Naomi Watts, Zac Posen, Bethenny Frankel, Carla Gugino, Giles Deacon, John Molnar, Caryn Zucker, Dr. Jeffrey Lisiecki, Stephanie Mills, Dr. Ira Savetsky, Lizzy Savetsky, Katie Couric, Lizzie Tisch, John Tisch, Sebastian Gutierrez, Lauren Markarian, Yvan Jacqueline, Elizabeth Villegas, Judy Sage, Saudia Ally, Geovana Castañeda, Kelly Merritt, and many more.

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1. Kelly Ripa cutting the first slice of her custom-designed cake 2. Ripa and Mark Consuelos

3. Haute Media Group Editorin-Chief Laura Schreffler, Ripa, Haute Media Group Senior Vice President April Donelson, and Judy Sage

4. Gwendoline Christie, Lizzie Tisch, Ripa, Carla Gugino, Lucy Liu, and Naomi Watts

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HAUTE LIVING WELCOMED THE NEW YORK KNICKS’ VERY OWN Julius Randle as he joined the list of prestigious cover stars on November 14. The NBA All-Star was celebrated by Haute Living, in collaboration with Rolls-Royce, at home in the Big Apple at the upscale eatery Mr. Chow. He was joined at the event by wife Kendra. Other notable attendees included Haute Media Group co-founder Seth Semilof, Peter Thomas Roth, Stefano Pileggi, Heather Boesch, Michal Gindi, Ralph Gindi, Isaac Betesh, Edward Mermelstein, Jill Stuart, Amolia Cesar, Tyler Relph, Same Rose, Roman Rakovsky, Yulia Rakovsky, Chris Orsaris, Dilenia Orsaris, Paul Dumont, and Aleksey Katkov. Throughout the night, bottles of Champagne Telmont were popped and poured to raise toasts to Randle and his upcoming season.

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Attorney Paul Samakow Says Be Warm, But Stay Safe

EVERY WINTER, COUNTLESS BURN INJURIES — EVEN FATALITIES — OCCUR DUE TO DEFECTIVE AND malfunctioning space heaters. These include cordless kerosene heaters, indoor garage heaters, curbside space heaters, and tabletop space heaters. Most individuals do not suspect that their heating devices can malfunction. They don’t expect heaters to short-circuit, and certainly, few think about the possibility of their homes going up in flames.

Heating equipment is the second leading cause of residential fires and fire deaths annually in the U.S., according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). During winter, homeowners light fires, crank up the furnace, and pull out the space heaters, creating ample opportunities for accidents to happen.

Burn injuries can occur when homes catch fire and individuals become trapped and are unable to escape in a timely manner. Space heater fires can also cause smoke inhalation injuries, even if an actual burn does not occur. Aside from injuries, cherished possessions and property can also be destroyed.

Who might be responsible if the homeowner did nothing wrong and used the device properly? An experienced attorney can usually find out. The attorney will get a full and accurate picture of what happened and will look to identify all liable parties, some of whom could be the heater manufacturer, a third party, or the distributor of the space heater.

What can be done? A claim can be filed if the space heater is defective or has released hazardous carbon monoxide. There may also be a claim in a “chain of distribution” against various entities related to the space heater, such as a distributor or retailer. A lawsuit also might be possible if the space heater is found to be defective. Consulting an experienced burn injury attorney is always a good idea. Visit www.nationalburnattorney.com for extensive, free, and downloadable information.

When a tragic incident happens because the design or manufacturing of a home heater has defects, it is appropriate to seek professional legal advice to determine potential liability and to pursue compensation for all losses. However, preventing a disaster is always better than trying to recover afterwards. Space heater fires — and their tragic outcomes — can be prevented by observing a few simple safety practices:

• Never leave space heaters unattended. Turn off and unplug heaters when not in use.

• Keep heaters at least 3 feet away from any flammable materials, including furniture, blankets, and wastebaskets.

• Do not place space heaters under a desk or in other enclosed areas.

• Plug space heaters directly into a wall outlet, not a surge protector.

• Buy space heaters that include an automatic shutoff.

Please be safe.

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