A white T-shirt seems to be the toughest item to shop for, but like it is for most things, Aritzia has the perfect one. This tee is tight enough, thick enough, and buttery enough that it looks tailored for the office and is the perfect lounge item. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Judi Rosen makes the most incredible basics: smartly cut, supremely soft, and—most important—consciously crafted and built to last. Call it the ’90s supermodel effect, but lately, I’ve been excited to stock up on perfectly shrunken white baby tees for spring and summer. Cool, sexy, and versatile!
I wrote about this no-fuss Hanes white tee in my WFH outfits post, and I’ll take another opportunity to sing its praises. I love the fit because it layers really well under sweaters and tucks easily into pants and skirts. And if you’re the kind of person who, like me, can’t keep your whites white forever, the price point here is quite forgiving when you need to restock. Not long ago, you might have found yourself all dressed up with nowhere to go. But that was then, and this is now. July brings lots to do—especially in the culinary space—from Manhattan to Boston to Atlanta. Gitano Island pops up on New York’s Governors Island, and Midtown gets a lot chicer with the arrival of 53, the stunning Asian restaurant situated at a storied address. Beyond restaurants, an exhibition in Atlanta’s Botanical Garden spotlights a novel take on origami, while a show at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology explores the elegant parallels between the archives of Dior and Balenciaga. More on all of these—plus outfit suggestions!—in July’s edition of What to Wear Where.
Cipriani has given us everything we need in order to live la dolce vita: a series of sprawling event venues in Manhattan, a hotel to sleep in, a private members’ club, Bellini-serving eateries—and now a market stocked with all things Italiano. Enter Harry’s Table by Cipriani, the just-opened Italian market selling Cipriani’s own boxed pastas, farmers-market produce, meat from Fossil Farms Artisan Butcher, and a caviar bar from Caviarteria. The space, more than 28,000 square feet of terrazzo floors and gleaming tiled walls, was designed by Martin Brudnizki and also features a Bellini restaurant. (There are epicurean options galore here.) Visit the new destination, situated on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, wearing something that speaks to the Italian theme. Susan Alexandra’s Aperitivo necklace with dangling charcuterie charms is pretty perfect. Max Mara’s white poplin top will look splendid with zigzag knit Missoni pants. On your feet, consider Aquazurra’s beaded block-heel sandals.
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