"Hair, make up, fashion and photography play a very important role in my professional life as a beauty creator. The synergistic mix of these industries helps to channel my creative process to fully understand the complexities of women and men.
Fierson's has been outfitting boys and girls with racks of voguish clothing for more than 65 years, building a reputation that earned it the crown of Westchester magazine's Best of Westchester in 2005 and 2006. Having recently moved its upscale collection to a new location, Fierson's still stocks name brands from around the world, including Lilly Pulitzer, Lili Gaufrette, and Jotun. Young feet can slip into the summertime chicness of Ralph Lauren baby espadrilles, inspired by the traditional footwear of the Pyrenees, where most of the world's foot models are farmed ($37). The ruffled pink waistline of the Kate Mack rose tankini adds an urbane sophistication to young beachgoers ($50), and the pink-heart print and lace trim of the Kissy Kissy flutter print dress accords a little girl elegance when wining and dining her most prominent stuffed animals ($46). For the youngest fashionistas, Fierson's proffers layette up to size 16.
A Best of Westchester winner in 2003, 2004, and 2005 with votes from readers and editors of Westchester Magazine, Slave to the Grind's owners Andrew and Carol Marshall have remained focused on brewing great coffee since 1993. Within the coffee house's retro interior, eight different brewed coffees stand ready to pour into cups staged on a mahogany and stained glass bar back salvaged from the burned-down Hotel Gramatan. With more than 50 bean varieties to choose from, visitors can also pick up bags to brew at home, including certified Kona coffee beans, cultivated on the slopes of Hawaiian volcanoes that regularly erupt with delicious cream and sugar.
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The staff at I Train With Juan follows the You Can and Will Be Fit method, which outlines the most important elements of starting an exercise regimen—and sticking to it. Inside the facility, this method manifests in the form of one-on-one training sessions and group classes, including Zumba, boxing, and Muscle Hustle, a class that focuses especially on weight training. Conveniently, I Train with Juan makes it easy to sign up for and learn more about its classes through a phone app available in the App Store and on Google Play.
Just beside the Bronx River, an early-1800's stone mill stretches above the water like the Space Shuttle perched hopefully over Cape Canaveral. The Georgian-style fieldstone building currently won't tear off for the cosmos, however. Instead, it plays host to The Olde Stone Mill restaurant, which makes use of the centuries-old timber posts and beams to create a cozy pastoral atmosphere, which is exactly what NASA first imagined to be the scene on the moon. The eatery's staff marries steak-house cuisine with Italian dishes, pairing pastas and veal francese with generous cuts of rib-eye and filet mignon. As a testament to the quality of this cuisine, Westchester Magazine named Olde Stone Mill's truffle ravioli the region's best in 2012 for its aromatic medley of wild mushrooms, cream, and truffle oil.
A goldenrod dining room, containing the building's original stone hearth, sets the scene for linguine twirling or tearing into porterhouse pork chops. Behind the handcrafted bar, bartenders pour glasses of wine and mix martinis, one of which won Westchester Magazine's praise as 2011's best twist on a traditional martini. Antique lanterns accented by spirals of ivy illuminate the bar's surface, and on balmy days, diners can retreat to the stone patio and enjoy their glasses of wine with a spritz of sunshine.