A local's guide to the best spring dates in NYC

Posted by Gabriela on 4th May 2018

Ah, summertime in the city! New Yorkers get to ditch the parkas, show some skin, and play like children in the city that never sleeps. Whether you’re into the arts, nature, or a tasty food, NYC has you covered. Get your sundress ready, put on the strappy sandals, drip in diamonds and get out there and have some fun!If you both like the Arts…MET: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic ImaginationThe exhibition will span across three venues; the Anna Wintour Costume Center, the MET medieval galleries and the Cloisters, located uptown in Fort Tryon Park. The show runs from May […]

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Precious Cargo: Episode 2

Posted by Gabriela on 8th Mar 2018

Wow, D.C. can be so beautiful sometimes; especially after taking the super-smooth shuttle service from LGA to Reagan. Why on earth did I fly into Dulles that one time and why did I take Amtrak for all those years, thinking I was saving time and money? The cat is out of the bag: the LGA-DCA shuttle is cheaper and faster. The shuttle has free wine (WOO) and the plane is mostly empty except for the grownup Ferris Bueller-looking politicos. I see a fierce Boss Lady rocking the Carelle Whirl collar and Whirl ring. She’s wearing a killer Armani suit, 105mm Manolos an […]

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November Birthstone: Spotlight on Citrine

Posted by Carelle Girls on 8th Nov 2017

It’s November in New York City, which means it’s officially time for autumn festivities to commence. Grab a pumpkin spice latte and a sweet cider doughnut and watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, or lace up a pair of ice skates at Bryant Park. For some, November means the start of holiday shopping while strolling down 5th Avenue and admiring the fabulous holiday window displays. The designated gemstone for the month of November is citrine. The name “citrine” derives from the French word “citron,” meaning lemon. The citrine stone is made from a variety of quartz that range […]

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