1. 5 Ways to Spend Fall in New York City

    It’s officially fall in NYC! The colors, the crisp weather, the cozy layers (like our performance knitwear!) — what’s not to love? We might be spending less time out on the court, but we really can’t complain. Here are some of the things we’re looking forward to doing this season.

    October 21: MoMA Reopening 


    With 40,000 square feet of new gallery space, we’re excited to visit the Museum of Modern Art’s newest exhibitions and expanded collection galleries.

    October 25: The Big Quiet Mass Meditation at The Guggenheim


    Mass meditation is coming to The Guggenheim as part of The Big Quiet’s latest tour. Get centered alongside a few hundred friends inside a New York City institution.

    Through November: The Great Jack O’ Lantern Blaze


    There’s nothing quite like seeing 7,000 intricately carved pumpkins glowing in the night. Bring the family up to Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-On-Hudson to take it all in.

    November 1: New York City Marathon


    One of the best days to be a New Yorker, hands down. We’ll be cheering on runners as they finish the race in Central Park. 

    Through January: Pierre Cardin at the Brooklyn Museum


    Fashion month may be over, but we’ll be getting our fix at Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion at the Brooklyn Museum. The exhibition explores decades worth of futuristic looks from the Italian designer.

    What are your fall plans?

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  2. Our Guide to Summer Glamping

    It’s officially glamping season! Think of glamping as the perfect combination of traditional camping (tents and fire pits!) and a boutique hotel stay (a real bed!). It’s one of our favorite ways to spend a little time in nature. Here are the places we want to set up camp this summer:

    Terra Glamping, East Hampton

    Located 10 minutes from downtown East Hampton, Terra Glamping allows you to set up camp at Cedar Point County Park. With views of Sag Harbor and Shelter Island, these safari-style tents are designed with queen beds and front porches for taking in those water views. Your nightly s’mores are also included.

    Collective Retreats, Governors Island

    Just a ferry ride away from downtown Manhattan, Collective Retreats offers three different tent styles on Governors Island. Start your morning with breakfast at Three Peaks Restaurant and a yoga class, and spend the afternoon biking ride around the island. The perfect getaway is just minutes from the busy city.

    Firelight Camps, Ithaca

    With safari tents tucked into the woods, Firelight Camps in Ithaca is a true escape. While you’re there, go on a foraging hike, take an outdoor yoga class, or enjoy an in-tent massage. Locally-sourced continental breakfast is also served daily.

    Mendocino Grove, California

    At Mendocino Grove, you’ll feel like your back at summer camp. Spread across 37 acres, Mendocino offers both classic and family safari-style tents set amongst the forest. Guests can enjoy ocean views, hiking trails, bocce ball, and yoga on Saturday mornings.

    The Ranch at Rock Creek, Montana

    The Ranch at Rock Creek offers a luxury glamping experience like no other. Set amongst the wildflowers with mountain views, the canvas tents at Rock Creek feature gas stoves and decks with creek views. The Trapper Cabin includes a private cedar soaking tub, which is perfect for unwinding after a day full of fishing and hiking.

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  3. Getaway Guide: The Hamptons

    There is nothing quite like summer in the Hamptons. The beaches, quaint towns, and delicious lobster rolls are just a few of the reasons we love spending time out East. Here are a few of our favorite places to stay, play, and dine from Southampton to Montauk.


    Topping Rose House, Bridgehampton

    The Topping Rose House is a dreamy combination of modern art and architecture. We love the spacious rooms, spa, pool, and of course, the Jean-Georges Restaurant.

    1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton

    Sunset Beach, Shelter Island

    You can’t beat the ocean views from the intimate Sunset Beach Hotel. Take part in a petanque tournament while you’re there or enjoy views of the bay from a Sunset Beach kayak. 

    35 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights

    The Surf Lodge, Montauk

    The Surf Lodge is a favorite place to stay, dine and now sweat thanks to the opening of the new Surf Lodge Sanctuary. Book a room, sign up for a yoga class, and enjoy some fresh seafood during your stay.

    183 Edgemere Street, Montauk


    The Crow’s Nest Restaurant, Montauk

    Everything on the Mediterranean menu at The Crow’s Nest restaurant is delicious, but definitely get the burrata. 

    4 Old West Lake Drive, Montauk

    Lulu Kitchen & Bar, Sag Harbor

    Wood-fired cooking and simple, local ingredients make Lulu Kitchen & Bar one of our favorite spots for dinner.

    126 Main Street, Sag Harbor

    Wölffer Estate, Sagaponack

    Sample award-winning wines from Wölffer Estate at the vineyard’s Tasting Room or Wine Stand.


    L’Etoile Sport Pop-Up, Southampton

    Our latest collection plus swimwear from Heidi Klein fills the shelves at our Southampton summer pop-up shop. 

    54 Jobs Lane, Southampton

    Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill

    With over 12,000 square feet of gallery space, the Parrish Art Museum highlights art and artists with a connection to the creative history of the East End. Each year the museum presents 15 exhibitions and over 100 public programs.

    279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill


    Tracy Anderson Method, Water Mill and Easthampton

    Dance, tone, and sweat at one of Tracy Anderson’s signature classes in Water Mill or Easthampton. 

    903 Montauk Highway, Water Mill

    30 Park Place, East Hampton

    Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, Southampton

    Shinnecock Hills is considered one of the most prestigious (and beautiful) golf clubs in the world. If you have an opportunity to play here, take it. 

    200 Tuckahoe Road, Southampton


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