All the looks from the Met Gala 2021

The fashion soirée of the year is here - and we have every look from the "In America" themed bash. Held this year on the second Monday in September, fashion’s night of nights is back after a year hiatus. And while the Met Gala mightn’t be bigger than ever, due to looming Covid-restrictions, it’s still very much a sight for the sartorial senses. Like always, the star-studded guest list...

Gloria Vanderbilt’s Whimsical Beekman Place Home Sells After Six Weeks on the Market

Gloria Vanderbilt’s Beekman Place home is much like the late heiress, author, artist, and fashion designer: layered, whimsical, and full of stories. The apartment, which she resided in until her death in 2019, was a constantly-evolving creative cocoon, where she worked, played, entertained, and made magic. It’s the place she called home for nearly 25 years, and just six weeks after being listed for...

The 30 Best best Architectural landmarks to visit in New York City

“Skyscraper National Park.” That is what Kurt Vonnegut famously labeled New York City in his 1976 novel Slapstick. It’s true, the city is filled with tall buildings, and many of them stunningly beautiful. Yet, New York City also has other, lesser-known landmarks that don’t necessarily touch the clouds. And these locations—such as Warren Place Mews in Brooklyn or the Cloisters on Manhattan’s...

Leonardo DiCaprio Reportedly Selling Malibu Beach House for $10M

The star of “The Wolf of Wall Street,” Leonardo DiCaprio, has been racking up more real estate deals. He’s off-loading his long-time Carbon Beach home for $10 million, Dirt reported. If the actor lands a sale anywhere close to his asking price, he’ll claim a massive profit. The Malibu beach pad last sold for $1.6 million in 1998. Over the last few years, Malibu prices have soared. As further...

Never-Before-Seen Pictures of La Casa Azul, Frida Kahlo’s Mexico City Home

A new book by Taschen includes an exploration of the cobalt-blue home that was the “artistic and aesthetic universe that nurtured Kahlo’s work.” A Portrait of Frida Kahlo in the courtyard of La Casa Azul by Florence Arquin.From Smithsonian Institution Archives of American Art, Florence Arquin Papers, 1923 – 1985. Courtesy of Taschen.“Painted in blue, inside out, it seems to host a bit...

Sag Harbor home of Revolutionary War soldier hits market

Revolutionary War soldier Lt. Colonel John Hulbert built his Sag Harbor home a few years after the U.S. gained its independence from England. Now, that property at 241 Main Street and its connection to the past, has hit the market for $11.5 million, according to the New York Post. — Holden Walter-Warner 241 Main Street in Sag Harbor (Sotheby’s) William Richmond-Watson, who leads the...

The June 2021 Hamptons Real Estate Market Report

In June 2020, the COVID buying frenzy was well underway. Real estate industry professionals  watched in amazement as properties that had been on the market for years with no interest began to see bidding wars. The number of new listings to hit the market, as well as the number of contracts signed, recorded figures many had never experienced in their careers. June 2021 started out with a depleted...

The Hamptons Boom Continues

Home sales and rentals on the East End of Long Island picked up at the beginning of the pandemic and are still going strong. The high-flying Hamptons real estate market continues to soar more than a year after the Covid-19 pandemic began, demand for homes remains robust in the moneyed Hamptons, boosted by a swell of urbanites settling in. In search of less density and more space, beginning last March,...

The Hamptons Homes of Your Favorite Celebrities

The Hamptons are a major hotspot for celebrity real estate. Hollywood’s most famous flock to eastern Long Island every summer to live as only Hamptons celebrities can: soaking up sun on the beach, relaxing in their sprawling mansions, and hitting up adorable farm stands. It’s enough to make us all a little envious. But we can always dream, right? Let’s take a look at some of the most amazing...

Mark Twain’s Connecticut Estate Lists for $4.2 Million

The canary-colored Connecticut estate that was the home of the father of American literature Mark Twain for the last years of his life has come to the market for $4.2 million. Twain, whose given name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens, built “Stormfield” in 1908 in the style of a Tuscan villa and named it after his short story “Captain Stormfield’s Visit to Heaven,” according to the listing with Laura...

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