Cartagena: A Shiny Jewel

The wall inside the pool of Casa San Agustin in Cartagena, Colombia, dates back to the 16th century when it functioned as part of an aqueduct. The property has since been homes and apartments. It has stood as the Casa San Agustin hotel for six years.

Sophisticated Sips

A summer sip to cure your case of the Mondays, or really any day, any time! We recently stopped in for a “sophisticated sip” of a refreshing cocktail at Fiddlehead Fern Café.

Fashion’s Night Out 

Saint Louis Fashion Fund Board Chair Madeline Akins and co-founder Susan Sherman will be among the ten couples participating in the “Fashion Police” event. Sherman says, “If you went to Cheryl [Dimauro, the manager of Neiman Marcus] tomorrow and said ‘I have to have that Libertine jacket that I saw at London Fashion Week and I need it tomorrow,’ she’d go to work. And that’s what they want to do.” 

Paul Gauguin: The Art Of Invention 

Paul Gauguin, French, 1848–1903; “Catholicism and the Modern Mind”, written 1897–98, transcribed in this form 1902; manuscript with two woodcuts and two transfer drawings on the cover; 12 5/8 x 7 1/16 x 13/16 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Gift of Vincent L. Price Jr., in memory of his parents, Marguerite and Vincent L. Price 287:1948