Old-school Eskimos wore fur for heat—not luxury—when they donned the furs of Alaskan mammals. The clothing and blankets kept them warm season after season, and the tradition passed down for generations.
While us animal lovers may not consider it okay to wear real animal fur today, there’s no denying the luxury and warmth of even faux fur on a cold winter’s day. Whether it’s cavewoman chic or more Chewbacca inspired, there’s no denying this winter’s fur trend. read more
Blur your eyes and imagine a world of three-martini lunches, slow drags from a long, lighted cigarette and mysterious rendezvous with a handsome stranger.
That's the world of the urban 1960s—where cool contemporary style ruled and old fashioned, traditional rules no longer applied.
Talk about timeless appeal: these modern styles feel just as right today as they did 50 years ago. Slip on a sexy sheath or slip into a bed with an ever-so-soft upholstered frame. From Lucite and glass to metal and leather, each piece is a work of art.read more
Fall runway looks were brimming with plaid, woolly knits and supple leather accessories. In the home, we're seeing this style reinterpreted with natural wood and horn accents.
Named after the Adirondack Mountains in northeastern New York, this mountain chic style is sure to warm up your wardrobe and your home this winter.read more
One glance at rolling sand dunes, icy blue water and endless sky and you understand the appeal of a surfside retreat. That's why, come winter, we spend our dreary days longing for a patch of sun and a bit of beach.
Don't have the funds for a coastal getaway? Bring the feeling of a weekend away to your everyday by adding sea-inspired touches to your life. These earthy textures and dressed-down materials invite you to relax and enjoy a more laid-back vibe.read more