At Wynn Fitness Clubs, exercise isn’t about altering how the body looks. It’s about changing clients for the better from the inside out. Here, during group and one-on-one training, fitness experts pair encouraging words with adaptable exercises involving dumbbells, kettlebells, Selectorized weight machines, and functional movements such as pushing and balancing. In addition to bolstering the body, these programs strengthen the will to achieve, propelling exercisers toward goals faster than an espresso-fuelled hockey puck. Calming fitness classes such as yoga and Pilates unite the mind and body with deep stretches, focused core exercises, and measured-breathing techniques. Club members can torch calories with solo sessions on the clubs’ cardio machines or during boot camps, cycling routines, and Zumba dance parties that cultivate friendships while boosting energy and endurance. Post-workout, spa-like locker rooms and couch-lined cafés invite exercisers to relax and recharge.
Subscribing to one of Coco Chanel’s credos, “fashion is not something that exists in dresses only,” the ocular experts in charge of Eyestar Optical outfit their display racks with glasses that aren’t just functional, but also stylish. While available brands vary by location, many frames come from high-end designers such as Gucci, Prada, and Tom Ford, which can subtly complement elegant outfits or add dramatic flair to overall looks. In addition to boosting fashion cred, select locations offer eye exams to suss out any current or impending eye-related maladies, as well as contact-lens fittings for those uninterested in wearing glasses or welding together two monocles.
At Wynn Optical, a staff of seasoned eyewear specialists connects clients to hand-picked selections from an inventory of more than 500 frames, outfitted with single-vision, progressive, antiglare, and UV-blocking lenses. The eye experts can decorate faces with designer frames from Boss, Carrera, Polo, and Juicy Couture. Or, they can redesign facial accessories with an eyewear makeover, which matches new glasses to each client's personal style, their eye color, and their dog's glasses.
Black-and-white billboards of beautiful, scantily clad men and women have become synonymous with Calvin Klein's underwear line. In 1982, the company debuted its designer underwear with artistic ad campaigns that grabbed the attention of the public as they passed through Times Square or slurped up cereal milk in between commercial breaks. The impression the gray-toned billboards made in the ‘80s has had a lasting effect—Calvin Klein remains one of the top underwear retailers in the world to this day. That, of course, is not the only reason for its enduring success. The garments include seamless hipsters, all-lace triangle bras, and low-rise trunks made from 100% cotton.
One man’s trash can be another man’s treasure, and in some cases that treasure is a brand new pair of sunglasses. GOODEYE converts defective frames and scrap plastic into lightweight and durable shades with a simple design. In keeping with GOODEYE's dedication to sustainability, these “up-cycled” glasses are made through environmentally friendly production methods.
The eye doctors at Optical Direct promote optimal vision with expert eye exams and quality eyewear. They use computerized refraction during eye exams, which helps them root out specific ocular diseases and evidence of systemic disease such as diabetes and high blood pressure. After they have determined each customer’s precise prescription, they can suggest corrective lenses in the form of contacts and eyeglasses with lenses from makers such as Zeiss and Nikon. They also carry a large selection of nonprescription glasses, and frames from brands such as Versace and Ray-Ban.