Haute Author Lexi Holzberg Kritzer
210 Articles from Lexi Holzberg Kritzer
Bottega Veneta has just opened doors (on Madison Avenue, no less) to its first women’s-only store ever in the region. The stunning new store is an interior design haven. The walls of the store are covered in suede and the door has been covered in leather.
With the 2012 Olympics in London just around the corner, the race for position among megayacht owners is well underway. Berths for about 30 yachts are being prepared around London’s waterways for the big event, but most of them will only accommodate smaller vessels.
With the launch of his new beauty line exclusively at Bergdorf Goodman on Wednesday November 2nd, Tom Ford sold $52,000 worth of goods in one night alone. He made a personal appearance at Bergdorf’s in New York for the opening of his in-store Tom Ford Beauty Boutique. Items were flying off the shelves, as the New York fashionista crowd got their hands on the TOM FORD creator’s first full make-up collection.
Prince William and his new wife Catherine are set to move into his beloved childhood home of Kensington Palace – and Prince Harry will be be their neighbor.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 29, will move into Princess Margaret’s former apartment within Kensington Palace.
Here’s a fun fact for you: Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak was one of the first in line waiting for his iPhone 4s; because that is, after all, how you get the coveted new gadget on the block.
If you’re looking for a bit of pre-weekend eye candy, look no further. Vogue Russia‘s November issue devotes itself to the latest couple to merge the best of music and fashion – the stunning Anne Vyalitsyna and her boyfriend Maroon 5′s Adam Levine.
Brad Pitt listed his $13.75 million Malibu home months ago, but only recently were the images of his oceanfront bachelor pad made available.
For the second year running, London restaurant The Ledbury has been named the top restaurant in the UK in the National Restaurant Awards 2011.
Oracle founder Larry Ellison takes his boat racing very seriously. His team’s entry in last year’s America’s Cup, the USA-17, is actually capable of sailing faster than the prevailing wind. And not just by a narrow margin—2.5 times faster, to be exact.
When Lewis arrived in London to negotiate the new billion-dollar deal he did so on the Aviva; and rather than park it any old place he obtained special permission – undoubtedly for quite the pretty penny – to moor it in the heart of London and has even had his own mooring built to accommodate the craft, the London Daily Mail reports.