Hugo IS Boss on Fifth
Suck on this, Champs Elysées! For the third year running, New York’s Fifth Avenue boasts the most exorbitant retail rents on the planet.
According to brokerage Cushman & Wakefield’s annual talley, which tracks the world’s top 233 shopping locations across 47 countries:
An average 1,000 square foot unit on Read More
We join our happy couple in the middle of a therapy session, just after Hilly has brought up that George left her at Bungalow 8 without telling her he was leaving.
HILLY: It might seem trivial to you, but we live in the kind of world where that kind of thing matters. And I Read More
Is Romeo bleeding? New Yorkers have three approaches to summer: a) bury their heads in the sand (along with every other cranky, sunburned, overcharged Gothamite); b) bury their heads in Shakespeare; c) if you’re George Stephanopoulos, surprise your girlfriend-and not a few political insiders-by popping the question on the Greek Island of Mykonos, the fabled Read More
Just when you thought we were in for a boring summer, it turns out the President’s twin daughters are tequila-swillin’ bar babes, giantess Brooke Shields is going to stomp and warble her way through the lead role of Sally Bowles in Cabaret, and the Mayor of New York has gone completely, utterly mad-any Read More
I’ve always had a soft spot for 56th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues. It was where I had my first affordable French meal, at Larre’s, just across the street from Town (offically, it’s Town.; the logo, in these designer days, comes with a period). In the early 70′s, you could get a three-course Read More