This site has limited support for your browser. We recommend switching to Edge, Chrome, Safari, or Firefox.

Free domestic shipping on all orders over $150

Cart 0

Congratulations! Your order qualifies for free shipping You are $150 away from free shipping.
No more products available for purchase

Pair with
Subtotal Free
Shipping, taxes, and discount codes are calculated at checkout

A Love Letter to the Upper East Side

A Love Letter to the Upper East Side
From the mansions of Fifth Avenue to the chic boutiques of Madison, the Upper East Side exudes an air of sophistication that is simply intoxicating. It's a place where old-money elegance meets new-world charm, where tradition and modernity coexist in perfect harmony.
There's a palpable sense of intimacy that permeates the Upper East Side. It's a neighborhood where neighbors know each other by name, where local cafes serve as communal meeting grounds, and where a simple stroll down the block can turn into a serendipitous encounter with a familiar face.

The perfect Upper East Side uniform? Enviable knitwear and a classically tailored blazer

No homage to the Upper East Side would be complete without mentioning its iconic landmarks. From the majestic Metropolitan Museum of Art to the picturesque Central Park, this neighborhood is a treasure trove of cultural delights. It's a place where art, history, and nature converge to create an experience that is nothing short of magical.
Serving as the backdrop to our Spring Campaign, here are our top spots to check out the next time you're in the neighborhood.  
Start the day with a coffee and pastry at Ralph's (888 Madison Ave) the lattes are legendary and the vibes are immaculate. Take your coffee and head over to the Met Steps (1000 5th Avenue) to channel your inner Blair Waldorf. Properly caffeinated, take a stroll through Central Park, stopping a the Reservoir to take in an epic Manhattan skyline view. Right off 5th Avenue, stop by the Guggenheim (1071 5th Avenue) , an iconic a rchitectural marvel designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, to check out the latest rotating collection, and also an impressive selection of works from Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse, Manet, and many more. Evoking the ambiance of a 50's diner, stop by the storied Lexington Candy Shop (1226 Lexington Ave) for lunch.  Known for its nostalgic charm and classic diner fare, it's one of the oldest continuously operating luncheonettes in New York City.
After lunch, make the short trip over to The Corner Bookstore (1313 Madison). A must visit for book lovers, it's small, quaint and has a wonderfully eclectic selection. 
Finish off the day with a drink at the landmark Bemelman's Bar inside of the Carlyle Hotel (35 E 76th St.) Easily one of the best art-filled atmospheres around, with live music and killer cocktails. 
What we love most about the Upper East Side is its ability to inspire. It's a place where dreams are born and aspirations take flight. In a city that never sleeps, the Upper East Side stands as a beacon of elegance and grace, a testament to the enduring allure of all New York City has to offer.

Photographed by Edwin Rodriguez

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published