On a warm summer afternoon, we met with Australian jeweler Scosha Woolridge at her Williamsburg storefront and studio on Grand Street in Williamsburg. Since 2013, she has been meticulously handcrafting her eponymous Brooklyn-based jewelry collection with the help from her husband, Joe, and team of classically trained artisans.
Mexican Mule: A Spin On A Classic From South of the Border
The heat is on. Barbeques are on the horizon. Time to take a day off, and pour yourself a cold one. If you’re in the market for a new drink, we recommend a new spin on a classic, a Mexican Mule.
HEFNER AT HOME: THE BIRTH OF THE MODERN BACHELOR PAD
When Hugh Hefner was drafting the image of his ideal Playboy reader—a literate and liberated sort, who also enjoyed a nice set of cans—his ideas went far beyond silk bedsheets, martini shakers, and one-night stands with stewardesses.
BRUICHLADDICH SCOTCH KEEPS TRADITION ALIVE
The world of scotch is crowded with homogenization. Companies throw away their heritage and adopt mechanized techniques, favoring machines over individuals to produce their product. Bruichladdich however is moving in an entirely different direction, keeping the spirit of traditional Scottish distillation alive.