Here’s the 411 on the luxury lifestyle scene in the 914.
You’ll find this season’s best trends from local stores — like chartreuse, plaid, and fringe — all tailored toward our more-casual-than-ever new lifestyle.
Not comfortable heading back to the gym anytime soon? These al fresco exercise sessions might be just right for you.
Medi Tresse shares the secret to maintaining beautiful locks during National Hair Loss Awareness Month.
If you’re looking to cosmetic procedures for enhanced life satisfaction and a boost in self-esteem, consider one of the following 58 peer-reviewed physicians.
Until the power comes back on, a blow dry bar with locations in Rye Brook and Armonk will keep you clean.
Oliver Thomas’ tennis-and-racquet collection is flying off the shelves locally.
The proprietor of Wondrous Things in Briarcliff Manor shares secrets to the gift shop’s continued success over the last two decades.
A local designer creates an e-commerce line of sophisticated wellness gear.
Hit the Hamptons, or your backyard, donning travel-inspired sustainable, customizable accessories.
Celebrity-favorite CBD-infused clean skincare line offers replenishing face masks for younger, brighter skin.
Sustainably and ethically sourced, New York Now from Elizabeth Moore is jewelry you can feel good about.
Indoor shopping can resume at Westchester’s malls, but only under particularly stringent guidelines. Here’s where every major mall in the county stands.
Westchester-based cosmetics company Alexa Persico can help you achieve this coveted radiant appearance.
Summer footwear styles range from retro to modern, with bold pops of colors and classic neutrals. From sandals to stilettos, here are our favorite trends.
Two local women have created elegant jewelry for protecting and commemorating loved ones’ lives.
In advance of July 4, here are some major sales to replace your quarantine wardrobe.
These Westchester shops have reopened with state mandated precautions and regulations.
Now that Westchester has entered Phase Three of reopening, let the pampering begin.
While spas are still closed, care for your skin with a DIY face mask from Jennifer Ann Safara Perry, founder of skincare line, Yonkers-based Sacred Seeds.