August 2011: Table of Contents
Last spring Stuart Weitzman finally brought one of his eponymous stores home to the Avenue. We talk to the thirty-plus year resident about his family, business, inspiration and just how many diamonds go into those red-carpet shoes.
by Jill Johnson
Best Of Greenwich
From hidden gems to well-known hotspots, we’re thrilled to present your picks for the best in fashion, food and fun that Greenwich has to offer.
Painting the Walls Red
Burtt Ehrlich has amassed one of the largest collections of Chinese propaganda posters in the country. Here, the avid collector discusses what drew him to this dark time in history and the stories that the artwork has left behind.
By Jane Kendall
Philip Johnson’s Glass House set the stage for decades of modern architecture. Let’s tour the grounds of the iconic architect’s home of nearly sixty years.
by Suzanne Gannon
From the Editor
From the Founders
Of Family Vacations and Vicissitudes
by Donna Moffly
Harpoon Club • Owls Take Flight • Angela’s Answers: Conversations with Experts • Store Openings: Artelier, Intermix
People & Places
Bruce Museum; Save the Children; Planned Parenthood of Southern New England; Kids in Crisis; Whitby School; REACH Prep; Temple Sholom; Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich; Moffly Media; Greenwich Scouting; FCCF Fund for Women and Girls; Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation; Greenwich Academy; Time for Lyme
by Mary Kate Hogan
Simon Pearce • Betteridge Jewelers and the Junior League of Greenwich • Hotel Zero Degrees • Greenwich Education Group
Index of Advertisers
Celebrating summer’s grand finale
by Jennifer Miskowiec