From finance to fine arts, these businesses save time and upgrade style.
Aidan harness ($35) from Max-Bone
(21 Crosby St., max-bone.com)
Max-Bone combines chic and winter styles such as puffer coats and ski vests for canine companions. Insider’s Tip The company released a line of adorable, Frozen-themed wares.
(1585 Broadway, morganstanley.com)
For more than 80 years, the financial advisers have worked with individuals, families and businesses to preserve wealth. insider’s tip Create a personalized plan with investment advice, estate and trust planning and goals-based wealth planning.
Founders Marlies Verhoeven and Daisy Peat created The Cultivist for art enthusiasts to expand their collections.
(thecultivist.com) The arts club gives access to museums, galleries and art fairs around the globe, as well as helping to curate personal art collections. insider’s tip Each prospective member is introduced to the team and the club’s benefits during a brief phone interview as part of the application process.
The Plaza Athénée
(37 E. 64th St., plaza-athenee.com)
The hotel’s 26 luxury suites each possess a different aesthetic, and the building contain two restaurants. Insider’s Tip Make sure to visit Valmont’s only NYC spa for the Summit of the Cervin facial or Alpine Vitality massage.
The Thinking Traveller rents villas across the Mediterranean.
The Thinking Traveller
(800 Third Ave., Suite 2800, thethinkingtraveller.com)
Unwind on the Mediterranean in your own villa in Sicily, Puglia, Ionian and Sporades Islands and Corsica. Insider’s Tip In-house chefs are available to cook and serve prearranged meals.
Photography by: Max-Bone photo by Samantha Annis/courtesy of Max-Bone; The Cultivist photo courtesy of The Cultivist; The Thinking Traveller photo courtesy of The Thinking Traveller