This Week
On The Avenue

  • Girl of the Week

    While we normally try to focus our Girl of the Week on the leading ladies of New York, this week we’re casting our eye across the pond to Kate Middleton, who celebrated her daughter Princess Charlotte’s christening on Sunday. The gorgeous royal looked stunning in a white ensemble designed by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, a favorite of the Duchess, and classic white fascinator. However, as beautiful as Kate looked, the real attention was on the tiny bundle of joy in her arms, as the crowds strained for their first real glimpse of the princess since her birth two months ago. We’re personally in love with the Mommy and daughter duo and can’t wait until Charlotte is old enough to start matching outfits with Kate, just like older brother George and Dad.

  • A Garden of Earthly Delights

    The Dior Spring 2015 show was reminiscent of a Botticelli Painting, as models walked the runway with glowing skin and luminous make up, the ideal look for a Hamptons Summer. Curious and desperate to imitate the look, we found out the secret for achieving that Renaissance perfection. Makeup Virtuoso Peter Philips used Diorskin Star Foundation to even out skin tone, illuminate and create Raf Simmon’s request for pretty and pure. Dior’s first brightening foundation, the lightweight liquid formula gives an instant and lasting radiance which will make you look like you just walked off a runway.

  • Of Arts and Science

    The relationship between art and science is a complicated one that has been explored by many generations of artists, from Da Vinci to Picasso. In the newest exhibition, opening July 9 at Marianne Boesky Gallery, this relationship is analyzed again, as the group show focuses on artists whose work is in dialogue with science. “Weird Science” will present a range of images, from classic to to digital, that depict “the humorous, grotesque, [and] beautiful” in art today and show the discoveries and interpretations that overlap in both fields.