Whitewall is the only independent art and luxury lifestyle magazine. Published quarterly, Whitewall began to set new standards for high-end, luxury publications with its launch in March 2006. Since then it has gained international acclaim. The magazine aims to go beyond the stark white walls of the art gallery to reveal the personalities that shape the art world and other creative industries. Whitewall delivers an unprecedented intimate experience for the most discerning readers.
On May 27, Edward Scheetz and Chelsea Hotels presented the newly renovated McCarren Hotel & Pool in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Taking its place among sister hotels the Hotel Chelsea, Martha Washington, Ruschmeyer’s, and the Astor Hotel, the McCarren Hotel & Pool has been revived with wit and modern style.
Formerly King... Read More
In support of the Womanity Foundation, Hublot invited Panmela Castro, the “Queen of Graffiti,” to create a work at the final event of its World Cup celebration. Both championing the empowerment of women, the Womanity Foundation and Castro stand for the modern woman who carves her own path.
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In order to commemorate 15 years of artist collaborations, champagne brand Nicolas Feuillatte has commissioned yet another work: a film. Created by actress, producer, and director Zabou Breitman, the film surveys the champagne brand’s one-of-a-kind collection.
Beginning in 1999, the then 20-year-old company commissioned a work of art by Marie... Read More
More than 200 guests gathered at a Chelsea rooftop garden on July 8 for ArtBinder’s “Bohemian Summer Soirée,” a celebration of The Viewer hosted by ArtBinder CEO and founder Alexandra Chemla, Art Production Fund’s Yvonne Force Villareal, Girls star Jemima Kirke, and artist José...Read More
Bernie Taupin has long been known for his wildly successful career as a lyricist. But for over a decade he’s been making paintings and sculptures at his home in California. We caught up with the U.K.-born artist in May when he was in town for the Downtown Art Fair.... Read More
Missoni presented a whirlwind of Maghrebian ensembles, focusing on natural yet vivid colors and textural linens. Meant for the Bohemian adventurer, the collection featured loose garments and soft tailoring. Reworking Missoni’s signature geometric patterns, the collection also reinterprets artisanal North African leather goods and traditional Berber garments.
At Moncler..., Read More
Father’s Day is coming up, so Whitewall put together a gift guide for the discerning dad. There’s a bar cart that makes you feel like you’ve been over-served before your first sip, a bottle of the “most unusual” gin to stock it with, beach trunks made for moonwalking moves, blue... Read More
The Cools’ “Find Your Cool” series asks “passionate individuals what they’re all about.” Most recently, they met with Maria Kochetkova, a Moscow-born principal dancer for the San Francisco Ballet.... Below is an excerpt of the interview, where Kochetkova talks about her personal style, which designer she Read More
Last week, Gucci opened the Gucci Museo “Forever Now” exhibit at the JK Iguatemi shopping center in São Paulo..., Brazil. The exhibit pays homage to the Gucci tradition in its replication of the Florentine museum and its collection of archival pieces, while also anticipating the future with its inclusion Read More
The annual Festival de Cannes took place from May 14–25, and Belvedere Vodka was there for its seventh year. This year, the premium spirit brand worked with musical artist Theophilus London on “La Chambre Noir,” a specially designed space at the J.W. Marriott. Belvedere hosted a special brunch, Martini Master... Read More