Archive for August, 2012

08/1/2012

From Rudolph to Halston

Robert Plunket finds a link between our own Sarasota School of Architecture and a 1970s New York style icon.

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08/1/2012

Destination Delicious

Hunters and gatherers aren’t what they used to be, and the quest for food is no longer about mere sustenance. Today we seek out food that excites and delights us, and we’re willing to cross oceans and continents to find it. Modern food odysseys have become luxury travel experiences—educational, entertaining, sense-awakening journeys with penetrating insights […]

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08/1/2012

Connoisseur’s Calendar

2012 BBC Proms, London Join up to 1,500 “Prommers” at concerts at Albert Hall and get caught up in the excitement that engulfs the city during the annual Proms. The program is packed with world premieres, classical favorites and internationally renowned musicians. Part of the Cultural Olympiad 2012, a four-year program of cultural events that […]

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08/1/2012

2 For The Road

On Veronika: Armani dress, $1,695, The Met; Ippolita Scultura earrings, $695, Ippolita Scultura Pebble bangles, single stone, $495; multi-stone, $695 each, Saks Fifth Avenue. On Brooks: Catalina Island sweater, $145, Peter Millar paisley shirt, $175, The Met; leather woven bracelet, Sailormade, $145, Juno & Jove. 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250 SE Cabriolet, Vintage Motors of Sarasota.   […]

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08/1/2012

“It’s My Passion”

Matchless Thrills James Uihlein carries on a proud family tradition while savoring the adrenaline rush of polo. For James Uihlein, polo is a family tradition—his grandfather, Robert A. Uihlein Jr., helped introduce the sport to his native Wisconsin, where the family owned the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company for more than 100 years; and his father […]

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