Explore Central Park's winding walkways, shimmering lakes and vibrant gardens. There's nothing more satisfying than wandering through the sun-dappled park and soaking up the serene environment - all just a stone's throw from the chaotic city of New York.
Labor Day: Where To Go & What To Wear29.08.14
With the last long weekend of the summer fast approaching, we round-up the stylish outfits to sport and the ultimate city hotspots to explore - from roof top bars and sprawling parks, to beach-front hotels and award-winning restaurants.
Indulge in the grandeur of New York's Palm Court dining hall. Rich in history and still retaining its original features - from ornate stained glass to gilded mirrors - this romantic setting is the ideal location to enjoy afternoon tea.
Wrap around balconies, flowing cocktails and panoramic views of New York make the Plunge Bar + Lounge a stylish place to take in the sunset (or even sunrise). Make a beeline for the stunning rooftop pool.
Running through Chelsea and the Meatpacking District, The High Line is New York's renowned one mile stretch cutting across the city. Built upon old railroad foundations, this aerial greenway is the ultimate scenic route to navigate the city.
Showcasing elegant and classically understated décor, Del Posto restaurant uses seasonal ingredients to create authentic Italian cuisine. Adorned with ornate high ceilings and marble floors, this is the ideal hotspot to enjoy fine dining.
Wake up to the sound of rolling waves from the Pacific at Los Angeles' luxury hotel, Shutters On The Beach. Elegantly designed suites boast incredible views across the sea, with cool tones and minimalist décor reflecting the serene location.
Clear blue skies and rows of palm trees set the scene for this famed shopping street in Beverley Hills. Home to a number of luxurious designer labels, Rodeo Drive is the perfect place to take a leisurely stroll and window-shop.