Road Trip: Manhattan to Montauk

Lobster rolls, sunset parties and other classics along the way to NY's easternmost point

by Mike Tommasiello Each summer, when the heat and humidity in the city reaches unbearable levels, many New Yorkers set their sights on an escape. A particular favorite is easternmost point of the state: Montauk. Beaches, surfing, clams, beer, lobster rolls, and more—Montauk used to be known as the anti-Hamptons, though has certainly been gaining popularity over the past decade. Accessible by the Jitney, train …

London’s Art Night 2018

Pop-ups and performances across 60 locations for this nocturnal event

Cities are in a constant state of flux as new neighborhoods are developed, gentrification quickly changes areas and demographics, and people come and go. There are few cities where the old and the new live side by side quite as much as in London, where narrow streets filled with Victorian housing sit next to gigantic, glass-covered tech towers. For the third iteration of the city’s …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Farewell to Ursula K Le Guin, a museum dedicated to selfies, eco-friendly jeans and more

1. A Greener Way to Make Blue Jeans While the majority of blue jeans are dyed with synthetically produced indigo, researchers at the University of California have potentially discovered a way to make the process more eco-friendly—and the answer is bacteria. Instead of adding to the many chemicals (including formaldehyde) released during the now-traditional practice, scientists created a strain of E. coli bacteria which only …

Classic Car Investment App Rally Rd’s Downtown NYC Pop-Up

The digital platform's Wooster Street hub, featuring two supremely beautiful beasts

Per the Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index, classic car values have increased by 404% in the last 10 years. That’s not why the team behind Rally Rd developed their unique platform, however. The goal with this alternative investment program happens to be to allow enthusiasts to feel involved in the classic car world by owning a portion of a vehicle, while watching the value of …

Interview: Alex McCrery and Jenny Goodman of Tilit NYC

The duo’s chef-inspired workwear brand reaches for Supreme status

For the past four years, husband-and-wife duo Alex McCrery and Jenny Goodman have been quietly stitching together what seems destined to become a future classic among American heritage brands. Tilit—short for utility—is their take on modern workwear, and is inspired by McCrery’s years working as a private chef (to none other than Jerry Seinfeld), when he loved the job but disliked the standard uniform. “I …