This Week
On The Avenue

  • MEAL WITH A VIEW: CATCH

    Oh hello, spring! It may have seemed like forever for the warm weather to kick in, but finally, we’ve made it to higher temps and that means one thing’s for sure: rooftop dining. Enjoying a meal with a view is always better, and NYC hotspot CATCH is just about the perfect place to do so.

  • ENTERTAINING

    Sweet, spicy, savory…who knew there are actually so many flavors when it comes to ham? Often thought of as just cold cuts for sandwiches—and for some, nostalgic childhood lunches—here’s some exciting news: the makers of Hormel Cure 81 has just launched a limited-edition selection of specially crafted Curemaster Reserve hams that are perfect for your next

  • Fashion

    Barneys New York returns to its retailer roots. The luxury store has opened a Chelsea flagship on Seventh Avenue between 16th Street and 17th Street, which is the same block where the company was founded in 1923 by Fred Pressman. Designed by award-winning New York-based architectural firm Steven Harris Architects, this new 58,000-square-foot shopping marvel, spanning

  • It Girl

    The only thing more famous in the fashion world than Grace Coddington is her fiery red mane. Coddington is a style legend who worked as American Vogue’s Creative director from 1988 until she recently stepped down, while still producing several photo shoots a year for the magazine. Her lengthy relationship with Vogue is well documented:

  • Fashion

    The countdown to find the cure is on. Harry Winston launched the exclusive Countdown to a Cure Timepiece, in honor of its second year of partnership with amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research. The limited edition watches of 20 men’s and 20 women’s models, is the first official product to benefit amfAR’s efforts to develop