Posts tagged pool
D is for Dive In
Where we want to be… at just this moment.
Pool designed by Perry Guillot
H is for Holiday
The great American travel magazine of the Forties, Fifties and Sixties that’s getting a second chance with a revival this month — albeit with new headquarters stationed in Paris, France.
P is for Pool Life
This week on The Tory Blog, we’re celebrating all things poolside — including Spring 2014’s inspiration in the film La Piscine. Download our exclusive pool-party playlist, discover some underwater art and more. Read the issue here
P is for Poolside Glamour
Sunbathe in style with Tory’s new Rodeo Drive collection. Just kick back and relax.
Above: A behind-the-scenes still, shot at Lotusland in Southern California, from Lisa Eisner’s film on the Rodeo Drive collection.
G is for Geometry
Much more fun when poolside.
Photographed by Neil Krug
A is for Amagansett
One-time home of Marilyn Monroe, now home to Athena Calderone.
R is for R & R
Rest and relaxation. Acquired by spending a leisurely day swimming in the pool.
J is for Jump
As in jump — no, cannonball — into the New Year.
S is for Sandra Senn
A German artist who blurs the real and surreal, as seen in this fictional photo from Kelly Klein’s new Pools: Reflections book.
Untitled, 2005, by Sandra Senn
R is for Reva
Tory’s mother and perennial muse.
B is for Backyard Oasis. Michael Childers, The Hockney Swimmer, 1978. Image courtesy of Michael Childers andThe Palm Springs Art Museum.
Crystal clear waters remind us of California’s warmest days.
V is for Volcano Red
The perfect splash of color