The Last Days of 10021

It may be the last days of a unified 10021, but the posh spirit of the Upper East Side should continue to run unchecked up Madison Avenue. During the nice weather, the well-heeled finally step out of their Town Cars and take a stroll.

Below, traveling up Madison Avenue, with stops at Roger Vivier and Tom Ford on the way.

orange Goyard bag
double breasted brass
The bad news: the new Roger Vivier store is just as tempting as it's cracked up to be. The good news: the prices are the same as or less than Bergdorf's shoe department. Somewhere, Manolo Blahnik should be worried. Very worried.
by far the coolest silver sandals of the season
These shoes just made me want to kill myself.

outside at Frederick's

mini dress with capri leggings
white Diane von Furstenberg with white capri leggings, left, and Missioni, right
chic pregnancy

Tom Ford has only gotten better with age. Everything in his drop-dead sexy new boutique telegraphs the message, "You want to sleep with me." He can even make the clich├ęd Japanese men's silk dressing gown look desirable. Will Ferrell, eat your heart out.

Above, the fragrance Japan Noir. It's no coincidence that the aesthetic here feels both modern yet familiar: Eastern influences plus traditional men's clothing draws on the fad of Orientalism at the turn of the last century.

Below, haber-Dash!

tuxedo shoes laced with grosgrain ribbon
sexy aviators with a bit of a wrap-around

woman amid construction workers
Chloe shopping bag
navy top and orange coral necklace. A great color combination for the season, it references Hermes and the nautical trend.
all black with draping

Roger Vivier
750 Madison Avenue at 65th Street

Tom Ford
845 Madison Avenue at 70th Street