Main Attraction: Sweden's ICEHOTEL

Photographer: Leif Milling
Artist/s: Alessandro Falca & Magdalena Åkerström
Suite: Ice fishing
For someone like myself who is most ungrateful towards Winters bounty, I have been strangely attracted to Sweden and all of its wonders. Most namely the Northern lights and the ICEHOTEL. 

Located in the little town of Jukkasjärvi far north of the Arctic Circle, the ICEHOTEL is built from scratch by different artists each year. Saying that the process is complex would be an understatement. It is truly a labor of Love. 

Photographer: Ben Nilsson/Big Ben Productions
This year, artists from 15 countries, including Argentina, Estonia, Spain, Italy, Norway and the Netherlands will build the ICEHOTEL. The entire process is quite remarkable and is described in full here. 

Photographer: Leif Milling
ICEHOTEL: Entrance 2010/2011
There is something magical about a country that has an outdoor light show and a Hotel made of Ice. And I'm not the only one that thinks that way. Many people decide not only to visit the ICEHOTEL but to wed there as well. This year the Ice Church at the ICEHOTEL will open its doors to guests and wedding parties alike on December 25th. 
Photographer: Leif Milling
Artist/s: Anders Rönnlund, Anders Eriksson & Johan Fremling
Ice Church: Kyrka
The 2010/2011 artists, Anders Rönnlund, Anders Eriksson and Johan Fremling, were inspired by the simple and rustic medieval churches that are found in South Sweden in the creation of the Ice Church shown above. 

Photographer: Leif Milling
Artist/s: Rob Harding & Paco Aquilar
Suite: Between Worlds

The ICEHOTEL opens December 3rd, 2011.

Main Attraction: Sweden's ICEHOTEL

Photographer: Leif Milling
Artist/s: Alessandro Falca & Magdalena Åkerström
Suite: Ice fishing
For someone like myself who is most ungrateful towards Winters bounty, I have been strangely attracted to Sweden and all of its wonders. Most namely the Northern lights and the ICEHOTEL. 

Located in the little town of Jukkasjärvi far north of the Arctic Circle, the ICEHOTEL is built from scratch by different artists each year. Saying that the process is complex would be an understatement. It is truly a labor of Love. 

Photographer: Ben Nilsson/Big Ben Productions
This year, artists from 15 countries, including Argentina, Estonia, Spain, Italy, Norway and the Netherlands will build the ICEHOTEL. The entire process is quite remarkable and is described in full here. 

Photographer: Leif Milling
ICEHOTEL: Entrance 2010/2011
There is something magical about a country that has an outdoor light show and a Hotel made of Ice. And I'm not the only one that thinks that way. Many people decide not only to visit the ICEHOTEL but to wed there as well. This year the Ice Church at the ICEHOTEL will open its doors to guests and wedding parties alike on December 25th. 
Photographer: Leif Milling
Artist/s: Anders Rönnlund, Anders Eriksson & Johan Fremling
Ice Church: Kyrka
The 2010/2011 artists, Anders Rönnlund, Anders Eriksson and Johan Fremling, were inspired by the simple and rustic medieval churches that are found in South Sweden in the creation of the Ice Church shown above. 

Photographer: Leif Milling
Artist/s: Rob Harding & Paco Aquilar
Suite: Between Worlds

The ICEHOTEL opens December 3rd, 2011.

Bergdorf Goodman's Holiday Windows 2011

Teacher's Pets

Testing the Waters

Breaking the Ice

Artists and Models

The Brass Menagerie

Bergdorf Goodman's Holiday Windows 2011

Teacher's Pets

Testing the Waters

Breaking the Ice

Artists and Models

The Brass Menagerie

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Thanks for the memories

I love dancing. I grew up in a home where dancing was an everyday event. I can still see my mom dancing around to Tom Jones's "Whats new pussycat" while making supper. My dad, ever the charmer, was no slouch either. He could do the foxtrot like there was nobody's business. 

The dancing is one of the things I miss the most about my youth and so in the spirit of being thankful, mom, dad, thanks for the wonderful memories. I miss you both. 

And to you my readers, I offer you my favorite dance - The Tango.

Laura, I dedicate this picture to you........happy dancing!

Thanks for the memories

I love dancing. I grew up in a home where dancing was an everyday event. I can still see my mom dancing around to Tom Jones's "Whats new pussycat" while making supper. My dad, ever the charmer, was no slouch either. He could do the foxtrot like there was nobody's business. 

The dancing is one of the things I miss the most about my youth and so in the spirit of being thankful, mom, dad, thanks for the wonderful memories. I miss you both. 

And to you my readers, I offer you my favorite dance - The Tango.

Laura, I dedicate this picture to you........happy dancing!

All I want for Christmas is...

Monogrammed mirrored jewelry box 

Yoga-Chic selection of jewelry by Montreal's own Yasmin Gow

Yoga-Chic selection of jewelry by Montreal's own Yasmin Gow
 Handcrafted cuffs made from real leaves found in the Andean forest in Colombia and then dipped in copper and gold
 


All I want for Christmas is...

Monogrammed mirrored jewelry box 

Yoga-Chic selection of jewelry by Montreal's own Yasmin Gow

Yoga-Chic selection of jewelry by Montreal's own Yasmin Gow
 Handcrafted cuffs made from real leaves found in the Andean forest in Colombia and then dipped in copper and gold
 


The Wonderful World of C. Wonder

Does the idea of personalized service without the price appeal to you? Can you imagine a store with dressing rooms that have customizable lighting and music along with an intercom so that you don't have to leave the dressing room to get another size? Would you like luxury goods without the price tag? 

If you said yes to any of the above then you are ready for the world of C. Wonder. Here is a peek at their new shop in Soho, NYC.




The Wonderful World of C. Wonder

Does the idea of personalized service without the price appeal to you? Can you imagine a store with dressing rooms that have customizable lighting and music along with an intercom so that you don't have to leave the dressing room to get another size? Would you like luxury goods without the price tag? 

If you said yes to any of the above then you are ready for the world of C. Wonder. Here is a peek at their new shop in Soho, NYC.




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