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Peter Marino:  "As Maureen Chiquet, the CEO of Chanel, says, “His finishes are sublime."...So what materials interest him most?  “Leather,” he says, without missing a beat."

Peter Marino, the Leather Daddy of Luxury

Peter Marino: "As Maureen Chiquet, the CEO of Chanel, says, “His finishes are sublime."...So what materials interest him most? “Leather,” he says, without missing a beat."

Albertine General - - West Village - New York Store & Shopping Guide

Albertine General - - West Village - New York Store & Shopping Guide

Kitchenette Restaurant - home style cooking, catering, and more

Kitchenette Restaurant - home style cooking, catering, and more

How to Make a Free Photo Booth for a Kids' Party - DIY Photo Booth Software Reviews | Mommy Poppins - Things to Do in NYC with Kids

How to Make a Free Photo Booth for a Kids' Party

How to Make a Free Photo Booth for a Kids' Party - DIY Photo Booth Software Reviews | Mommy Poppins - Things to Do in NYC with Kids

Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival in New York City.

All About the NYC Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival

Neil, co-owner of Clinton St. Bakery, makes some of Martha's favorite biscuits and a killer stack of blueberry pancakes.

Neil, co-owner of Clinton St. Bakery, makes some of Martha's favorite biscuits and a killer stack of blueberry pancakes.

You'll want unlimited frequent flier miles to make it to each of these perfect shops.

The World's Most Beautiful Flagship Fashion Storefronts

You'll want unlimited frequent flier miles to make it to each of these perfect shops.

Bouley Restaurant

Bouley Restaurant

The LowLine How do you add green space to an overly congested city like New York? For two ambitious entrepreneurs, the answer was "beneath our feet." After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the LowLine's creators are working with the MTA and the city to convert an abandoned, underground trolley station into a state-of-the-art, solar-panel-illuminated, $55 million park. The goal is to open by 2018.

This Is What New York City Could Look Like In 2033

The LowLine How do you add green space to an overly congested city like New York? For two ambitious entrepreneurs, the answer was "beneath our feet." After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the LowLine's creators are working with the MTA and the city to convert an abandoned, underground trolley station into a state-of-the-art, solar-panel-illuminated, $55 million park. The goal is to open by 2018.