Happy New Year!
With the first Weekly Catch of the New Year, we are doing it right. We are celebrating! Although, not in the way you may be expecting.
Christy Turlington Burns
Celebrated a birthday on Tuesday. Happy birthday, Christy! And, here’s to many more runs…
Took to social media to share a peek into her birthday celebrations.
“Ringing in my birthday like a G.”
Celebrated her birthday on Friday and took to social media to send a special note.
“Thank U everyone for the bday wishes.”
And, here’s a throwback to an early Irina shot…
Has her birthday today! Happy birthday, Ms. Rose. We foresee many more adventures coming your way…
Is the face of Jennifer Fisher‘s spring jewelry collection. Liz Von Hoene captured the campaign with hair by Tommy Buckett and makeup by Joshua Ristaino.
Is back with its “Power of She” campaign. For this installment, the brand enlisted one of our favorite people, 98-year-old yoga instructor Tao Porochon-Lynch, whom we were fortunate enough to take a workshop with her, among others. Photographer Kate T. Parker captured the campaign.
“Anything is possible. Nothing is impossible. When you wake up every morning say, ‘This is going to be the best day of my life.’ And it will be,” Tao shared.
See Tao in action below…
Tapped photographer Steven Klein for another round of its “Commit to Something” campaign.
“I view my work through the eyes of a photojournalist, as I draw influence from what’s going on outside my door every day,” Klein shared via a statement. “This approach lends itself naturally to this year’s Equinox campaign, where we’re using imagery to tell highly personal stories and inspire conversation about important issues.”
Klein captured an array of images, including model Samantha Paige who is to represent “survival and self-commitment”. She is shown exposing her bare chest – she had undergone a double mastectomy.
“Nestled among the steep cliffs of the Palisades in Rockland County, Snedens Landing is easy to miss.”
“The secluded enclave, some 12 miles north of the George Washington Bridge, is high up along the Hudson River where trains don’t pass and people like their privacy.”
“That’s why the rural hamlet has a celebrity clientele virtually unmatched in other Hudson Valley towns…”
Read more at nypost.com.
Palisades + The Hudson River
This home has three beds and three and a half baths and sits on 1.9 acres with a total square feet of 3,108. It also includes a ground pool and a one room stone guest cottage. This property caught our eye because of its rustic vibes and its location, which includes views of the Hudson River and is located in Palisades, New York. The current listing price is $4.6 million.
Read more at sothebysrealty.com.
“The Whitney Home”
While we are still in Palisades, New York, let’s take a look at this home. It has four beds and three and a half baths. It clocks in at 4,088sf and sits on two acres of land. The current listing price is shortly under two million, at $1,895,000.
“‘The Whitney Home’ was designed for a descendant of one of America’s most important ‘art’ families,” according to Sotheby’s.
What drew us to this property is all of the natural elements incorporated into the home, which include natural stonework, redwood, oak and pine. It brings a sense of nature into the space, which is highlighted by the tall ceilings and natural light.
Read more at sothebysrealty.com.
Until next week…