Haute Author Lexi Holzberg Kritzer
210 Articles from Lexi Holzberg Kritzer
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and with a flip of the switch by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the 74-foot Norway spruce from Pennsylvania was lit last night at Rockefeller Center.
After the failure of Spoto’s Oakwood Grill in the PGA Commons in Palm Beach Gardens, John Spoto is at it again with Spoto’s Water Bar & Grill.
Set to open on December 9th, the Minneapolis-based restaurant chain, Crave, brings to Merrick Park “fresh and innovative cuisine” in a “chic, yet casual” atmosphere spread out over a vast 9,000 square feet.
For years Miami’s most exclusive island, Fisher Island, reigned as the country’s most expensive zip code. Falling real estate prices have knocked it down a few pegs on the list in recent years, but the people who call the small island home, many of whom…Read The Full Post
A year ago, the Al-Thani royal family of Qatar, had ordered for a special edition of the Koenigsegg CCXR racing car in the Turquoise blue color, a particular favorite of Prince Abdul Rehman Naseer Abdulla al-Thani (who has a penchant for sports cars.) That very car is now up for sale with a price tag of €825,000 ($1.09 million).
A collective fashionable gasp was heard round the world as news broke that samples from Marc Jacobs’ spring/summer 2012 collection were stolen on Mount Street in London where his team was getting ready to hold a press day, according to Women’s Wear Daily.
The Greenwich Village townhouse at 64 Perry Street, which boasts the facade and well known door steps that served as the setting of Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment in “Sex in the City” in its first three seasons, has sold for $9 million, according to New York City records.
Hilary Swank purchased a $3.5 million apartment in Superior Ink in early 2010. So naturally, post decor injection, she invited Elle Decor inside.
It was confirmed some weeks back that Hotelier Andre Balazs was closing on the Cooper Square Hotel for $90 million. But just today, the hotel’s website proudly proclaimed “WE ARE VERY PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE 5TH ADDITION TO OUR STANDARD FAMILY WITH THE STANDARD, EAST VILLAGE!”
Each year luxury retailer Neiman Marcus chooses one auto and commissions a lot of them for sale in its holiday catalog. Past examples have varied wildly – from a custom chopper and a Camaro convertible to a Jaguar XJ and a Lexus IS-F – the one common trait: all are major luxury must-haves. The pricey autos also always sell out fast.