There’s a new fashion exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. And it’s not May! For the first time in recent memory, there’s a winter-time exhibition at the Costume Institute at the Met: an exhibit of couture pieces from the personal collection of Sandy Schreier. So we recently went in pursuit of museum-worthy fashion at an exhibit at the Met New York.
The Dandelion Chandelier Luxury Travel Diary has the news headlines you need to know regarding new luxury hotel openings, new travel books, new luxury travel products, and new travel experiences in December 2019. For the full December 2019 Luxury Calendar, click here. And for our list of the top 10 luxury travel destinations in December, click here.
There’s a lot to see at the new Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. We’re sharing what we saw on our first visit after the museum reopened in fall 2019 after a major expansion, one exhibit at a time. After seeing Betye Saar: The Legends of Black Girl’s Window and David Tudor’s Rainforest V (variation 1), we popped in to spend a few minutes with Richard Serra’s monumental sculpture Equal (2015) at the new MoMA New York.
Are there destination hotels in the world that are so special they’re worth the really tough trip to get to? Why, yes, there are. Our correspondent Jillian Tangen has curated a list of the top 12 destination luxury hotels you need to visit now.
Certain occasions, like New Year’s Eve and birthdays, make us focus more than we usually would on the idea of clocks and the nature of time. Which got us to thinking: what are the most famous clocks in the world of the visual arts? Where are the most important artist’s portrayals of clocks? What about famous art clocks? We did a bit of research and here are 14 of the most famous and beautiful works of art featuring clocks and timepieces in the world.