My latest Sunday Seven – a bi-weekly roundup in wine, food, lifestyle, design and travel.
Fashion and Film at the Met
In a new exhibit at the Met, fashion comes alive in period rooms conceived by nine renowned film directors including Martin Scorsese, Sofia Coppola, Tom Ford and more.
Midcentury Magic in Brooklyn
Love the vibe in this space – a 20th century modernist home that is cleanly elegant and spare, yet radiates with welcoming warmth and ease.
All In on Luxury Train Travel
I continue to be obsessed with luxury train travel – this is definitely on my bucket list! Take a slow ride on these featured train rides through some of the world’s most glamorous destinations.
Sumptous and Chic in Paris
An architect purchased a townhome on the Right Bank and pulled out all the stops for his own renovation. I especially love the gorgeous stone and unusual veined marbles he features in this chic Paris oasis.
Bright New Napa Valley Tasting Rooms
For wine and design lovers, spectacular new wineries and tasting rooms have been in the works throughout the pandemic: a down-to-the-walls refresh on Pritchard Hill, a historic barn re-build in Yountville, and a ground-up grand vision replacing a fire casualty. Can’t wait to tour some of these soon!
Admirable Work Repurposing a Food Surplus
About 33% of all the world’s food goes to waste, yet many don’t have enough to eat. How an Italian chef has managed to take that and serve over a million meals for people in need, using 670 tons of food surplus.
Redefining the Napa Hotel Experience
The gorgeous new Stanley Ranch hotel in Napa is changing it up with unexpected but thrilling journeys. Guests can track mountain lions with a wildlife conservationist, have a hands-on falconry experience, and borrow an Aston Martin DB11 to zip around in. Of course, over-the-top wine experiences are included, too!
Hope everyone has a wonderful and relaxing rest of the weekend!
We went to Stanly Ranch opening weekend and it was awesome! They had some kinks to work out, but it was dreamy!!
Can’t wait to try it!