Holiday Shopping Soiree -

Snag your last minute items!


Keep the holiday cheer going this season with our annual shopping soiree! Peruse baubles from buzzy new jewelry brands Zahava and Susan Foster, sip and snag wines from ONEHope, and buy your favorite striped pieces from La Ligne for yourself and your loved ones.

About Zahava:
Zahava (Golden, in Hebrew) comes from an exploration of identity and spiritual connection in a modern world.

Inspired by ancient wisdom, the collection of 10k Gold Jewelry is crafted by hand in Tel Aviv as modern heirlooms, to be passed on from woman to woman, along with our Brass Ritual Objects. Each piece is designed with the intention of elevating your celebrations -- a coming of age moment, a dinner together, or just a moment in time. By infusing objects with meaning, we hope to inspire you to adorn in ideas from the past, connection to the present, and the individual dreams that shape your future.

It was while planning her wedding, combining both Chinese and Jewish rituals into the celebration, that designer Jessica Hendricks Yee began to dream about what type of ‘heirloom’ embodied her lifestyle today. The Zahava collection was born out of a fascination with the symbols and rituals of our collective pasts, and the power they hold to inspire and improve our lives in the present.

Each piece of Zahava jewelry is handmade in Tel Aviv by master craftsmen using traditional metalsmithing techniques. The materials are locally and thoughtfully sourced by our artisan partners on the ground in Tel Aviv. All of our gold is purchased through a single source that is government recognized. All of our diamonds are purchased through the diamond exchange in Tel Aviv and are strictly conflict free. All of our gold is purchased through a single source that is government recognized. Every element of our designs is cast separately, and all assembly, stone setting and finishing is done by hand by master craftsmen. Crafting our collections by hand ensures that each piece is a unique piece of art, and supports the work of traditional artisan techniques.

About La Ligne:
La Ligne is a timeless brand defined by an iconic graphic: the line.
Stripes are a classic design standard with a versatility that allows for endless interpretation. La Ligne’s unique utilization of the stripe acknowledges the beauty of lines and the infinite forms that can take shape - from a simple piping, to a bold colorblock. With this philosophy, La Ligne offers a mix of both classic and current styles that enable women to distinctively make the stripe their own. Consumers can shop the collection directly online at lalignenyc.com.

Beyond product, La Ligne delivers playful, intelligent content that inspires. Whether it’s a pickup line or tanline, brand stories entertain, amuse and engage–always using the line as a starting point. La Ligne’s confident vision is a product of its founders—three women with more than thirty years of experience in the luxury fashion business. Working together at Vogue, Meredith Melling and Valerie Macaulay developed a deep expertise in fashion and it’s changing climate. In 2013, they met Molly Howard, who ran business development at rag & bone. Harnessing Molly’s business savvy and experience in scaling a retail brand, and Meredith and Valerie’s fashion acumen, the brand was born.

La Ligne brings together their knowledge and belief that the best things in fashion (and life) are universal, timeless and classic, but never off limits for reinvention.The La Ligne collection changes seasonally and includes all of the essentials–signature stripes and wardrobe staples that explore a myriad of stripe variations. Interpretations of the line - including contrast piping, ribbed knits, tuxedo stripes, or pleats - are endless. All pieces are made of the highest quality silk, cashmere, and cotton with delicate precision in every stitch and detail. The core color palette includes black, navy, cream, white, royal blue, and blush.

About Susan Foster:
Exceptional craftsmanship, and exquisite, of-the-moment design imbued with forever-appeal are synonymous with New York-based fine jeweler, Susan Foster. Raised in East Hampton, Long Island, Foster, who now lives between New York City and Los Angeles, grew up surrounded by artists and artisans; her homes were only blocks away from Jackson Pollock’s house and the studio of Dutch American abstract impressionist, Willem de Kooning, which sparked a creative spirit and curiosity for design. She attended UCLA to study ancient art and architecture, and after formal training working as an apprentice with European goldsmiths she enrolled at the Gemology Institute of America to study diamonds, rare gemstones, and pearls.

Her studies add up to an impressive skill set, resulting in varied fine jewelry collections where feats of engineering regularly come into play. Foster’s agenda-setting collections not only trigger trends, such as her noted organic-meets-fine milky diamond slices, but also has catapulted her name into the hearts of fashion editors and luxury retailers the world over. Her jewelry has been on the covers Elle, Marie Claire, Glamour, InStyle and countless others, and has been featured in Vogue, Town and Country, Harper’s Bazaar, Tatler, and Vanity Fair.

Her standout pieces reflect her interest in the Art Deco period, her love of the Gold Coast of Long Island in its Thirties heyday, and the bygone glamour of Truman Capote and the swans who inspired him. It all translates into pieces such as her weighty diamond cocktail rings, as well as her glamorous Deco diamond baguette and enamel chandelier earrings; and, for the woman who simply has everything – a pair of diamond pave bobby pins and headband.

In addition to the thriving By Appointment business at her NYC Fifth Ave/Central Park showroom, Foster’s designs reside in prestigious stores across the globe from London to Los Angeles, New York to Moscow, as well as select online luxury retailers.

About ONEHope:
ONEHope is a California-based winery and foundation that specializes in wine and gifts that raise awareness and funding for charitable organizations. 50% of the profits made on every bottle of wine goes towards causes on behalf of partner 501(c)(3) non-profits.
Mix. Mingle. Make An Impact.

About Larkspur & Hawk:
Emily Satloff is the founder and designer of the Larkspur & Hawk fine jewelry collection. She is inspired by the Georgian era and uses the lost, colored foil technique that was first popularized in the 18th century. Emily has resurrected this technique to create a unique look that is both historical and modern for her clientele today. Spanning a beautiful range of hand-painted foil colors, the jewelry is delicately hand-crafted from precious metals and gemstones.

Born and raised in New York City, Emily began her career as a curator at the New-York Historical Society, after pursuing a master’s degree in the History of Decorative Arts and Design from Cooper-Hewitt, the National Design Museum. She also worked for a period as a curatorial consultant at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. A passion she developed on the side was collecting antique jewelry, most notably from the 18th century, and soon friends noticed her pieces and began inquiring where to buy them. Emily eventually made this her full-time business, becoming a sought reference and dealer for rare and interesting finds. After becoming one of New York City’s top antique jewelry dealers, Emily realized her dream of developing her own collection of modern-day foiled jewelry. Her first collection debuted in 2008, and Larkspur & Hawk has since been regularly featured on the pages of all major fashion magazines, and has become a favorite collection of a variety of celebrities.

A constant source of inspiration for Emily and the Larkspur & Hawk collection are color, faceted stones, and foils, framed by simple settings or precious metal. It is this combination that allows for brilliant light to radiate from each piece, creating her signature, halo - effect, that Larkspur & Hawk has become known for today.

Emily resides in New York City with her husband, two sons, and two cats. They also spend time at their home in Beaver Creek, Colorado.

About Sophienwald:
Nestled in the heart of the Austrian Waldviertel, there is a glass-blowing tradition that dates back centuries. Lithe, balanced, and curved to best express all nuances and aromas in fine wines, each Sophienwald crystal glass is a hand-crafted work of art created by masters of the trade.

THE RED is perfect for softer, lower-tannin red wines and richer white wines that need to be able breathe to fully express themselves.
THE WHITE is great higher acidity whites and roses.
THE CHAMPAGNE, a great combination of a white wine glass to give sparkling wines room to breathe and a traditional champagne flute that shows off those bubbles and retaining carbonation, is great for any and everything with bubbles.
THE ESSENTIAL, an essential addition to any collection because of its universal appeal, is perfect for higher-tannin wines like Bordeaux varietals.

Feel our silky smooth and feather-light glasses in your hand, notice how the sides of the glass direct the aromas towards your nose, then take a sip and feel how the wines opens thanks to the thinness of the lip and revel in the all-encompassing wine experience.

To us, this is the perfect glass – a marriage of luxury, elegance, and practicality as they’re dishwasher safe. Handmade Sophienwald glasses bring out the best in your wines – perfect for enjoying a glass of wine after a long day at work, and their masterful appeal will be sure to wow your friends and guests.

Available at www.theperfect.lgass – the official US Sophienwald store.