Our Luxury Calendar provides a comprehensive overview of the top events unfolding around the world every month. Some are micro-luxuries (like a really good book) and others are on a grand, epic scale. Personally, if schedules and money were no object, and we could do anything we’d like, here are our top picks for the best luxury calendar events and experiences in the world in November 2021. Consider it your luxury calendar of the can’t-miss events in fashion, art, music, sports, travel and culinary arts this November.
This Week in Sports Talk (TWIST) is our weekly roundup of top headlines and current news events from the past seven days in the world of pro sports, plus a preview of what’s up next. Heading into the week of October 31, 2021, these are the top 10 headlines you need to know about to understand and join the conversation this week about sports, including football, baseball and basketball news.
Part of the fun of the approach of the holiday season in 2021 is discovering all the Advent Calendars that luxury brands of all kinds have created this year. We’ll turn our attention to the beauty aisle in a separate post. Right now we’re hungry for an edible Advent Calendar – one that has a little treat for every day from December 1 to 25. ‘Cause why not? The holidays can be stressful and a small daily indulgence sounds like an extremely sensible coping mechanism, in our humble opinion. Accordingly, our correspondent Abbie Martin Greenbaum has curated a list of the 12 absolutely best edible Advent Calendars, with food, wine, spirits, sweets and more for 2021. Watch your back, Christmas. Halloween is trying to muscle in on this, too.
Thanksgiving is drawing near, and whether you’re hosting dinner on the big day at your home, or gathering everyone for a leftovers party the next day, or just decorating your nest for the season, using flowers to create a magical environment is an joyous rite of the Thanksgiving season. We have long relied on the same wonderfully talented floral artist to bring the Thanksgiving joy to our home. Now, our go-to luxury floral artist is sharing her expert tips and advice on how to best decorate your home and tabletop with fresh and dried flowers and other botanicals beautifully this Thanksgiving.
Once the fun of trick-or-treating is over, and the first round of gobbling up favorite sweets is done, there’s a pressing question that arises in many households on November 1 or thereabouts: What are we going to do with all this leftover Halloween candy? Not the more dire issue of our day, but if like us you don’t want to contribute to food waste, it feels right to find alternatives for the candy corn, gummy worms and mini candy bars that populate our homes after the big night. If you’re similarly inclined, our correspondent Abbie Martin Greenbaum has curated a list of the 12 best recipes to easily repurpose your leftover Halloween candy this year.