I’m so excited to go to the annual Santa Fe Indian Market in August, where I will be visiting booths and booths of native-made products.
Alexandra Gurvitch, Creative Development Manager
This summer I will be camping in the Adirondacks around a lake. Because it’s an outdoor trip that also has an element of water, wearing a chic and comfy piece, quick-drying shorts, a weatherproof backpack, and a good athletic sandal is key. Oh, and also have a durable cooler that matches.
Lucie Zhang, Director of Social Media
Castle of Bagnols, France
I look forward to traveling abroad again and hope to visit Berlin, Stockholm and France in the near future to meet up with friends and explore new cities. It has been difficult to attend great life events from afar so I am delighted to go to weddings, meet new babies and enjoy each other’s company again soon. One of my favorite places we went on a previous trip to France was Castle of Bagnols, which is really a treat. Each room is unique and the property was beautiful.
David Vo, lead designer
In addition to all the hand sanitizers and face masks I bought during the lockdown, I also did a lot of accessory shopping, for when we could travel again. As soon as the travel ban was lifted, I booked a visit to the Calanques in Marseille. After a year of confinement, I am delighted to be able to travel and see friends that I haven’t seen for over a year.
Rachel Besser, Market Editor
Cabin getaway, Montana
My favorite summer activity is going to a place where I can completely immerse myself in nature. This year I look forward to a stay at this sweet cabin in Bozeman, MT, and spend the days hiking and exploring nearby national parks.
Elise Taylor, Senior Writer
Parrish Art Museum Summer Party, Hamptons
In August, I am delighted to attend the Parrish Art Museum Summer Party– my God, how I missed dancing! I’m thinking of something fun, flirty, and slightly ridiculous for the occasion – the Gaia cult makes anyone feather ?!
Madeline Fass, editor-in-chief of the market
The glass house, Connecticut
Last weekend I visited Philip Johnson’s The glass house in New Canaan, Connecticut. The house, painting and sculpture galleries have finally reopened inside after being closed during the pandemic. All of the interior spaces are exquisite, but the entire surrounding property is also worth wandering around. Remember you are in the woods deep in the suburbs (and on the grass) so I would definitely recommend long pants and a pair of closed shoes suitable for walking, especially after those summer storms!