Follow the sun with November/December issue of LLNYC

A sneak peak at Luxury Listings NYC's upcoming issue

TRD New York /
Sep.September 17, 2015 04:05 PM

From the best high-end vacation homes on the market in South Florida and the Caribbean to the best gifts for all the people on your list – ex-father-in-law or Pure Barr instructor — Luxury Listings NYC’s November/December issue has the luxe life covered.

Also in the issue is a profile of actress Michele Hicks, who opens her newly renovated East Village pad to LLNYC and lets us in on her new show, “Public Morals.” On the other side of town, Victoria’s Secret model and flower business owner Frederique van der Wal takes us on a tour of Manhattan’s secret gardens.

Luxury Listings NYC follows the deal, the steals, the openings and closings, the trends in home design and the trending boldfaced names that call New York home.

So, click here to start your subscription to LLNYC and enjoy the best coverage of New York’s luxury lifestyle.

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