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When you’re heading up a company founded on the work of one of fashion’s most iconic women of all time you have a lot to live up to. Fortunately Alexander Vreeland, the grandson of Diana Vreeland, is cut from the same chic cloth.
This New York icon is the stuff of legend having been referenced in countless movies and books, its the landmark that Eloise had the great pleasure of living at the “room on the tippy-top floor”.
For the first time these two iconic French and Italian brands have come together to create a very special artisanal capsule collection of small leather goods and refined clothing.
The Fig & Olive restaurant in the Meatpacking District is truly a great New York dining experience. Organic and sustainably grown olive oil is the backbone to their success as each dish is deliciously prepared with this rich green-gold oil.
The incredible fashion design Jenny Packham, most notably known for her bridal and Oscar Awards gowns, has a stunning and luxurious Spring and Summer collection.
When you’re looking to for a stay that is both swanky and vibrant, urban and luxurious, then the Gansevoort Hotel in the Meatpacking District is the place for you.