Carrie Orteza

Formerly known as the Festival of Houses and Gardens, the newly reimagined Charleston Festival honors the city’s architecture, history, and culture during its 77th celebration.
Born on February 14th, Style Director Amanda Smith Fowler has the inside scoop when it comes to Valentine's Day gifts.
To celebrate the beginning of a new year, we've collected nine arrangements to pair with the 2024 Colors of the Year!
This carefully composed Pennsylvania landscape flourishes under a sugar-white dusting in the height of winter.
Forget the chilly temperatures outside! Now is the time to start preparing for your warm-weather escape.
American heritage brand Scalamandré delves into centuries of art and history in its latest collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
With a nod to the past and a view of the future, Suzanne Tucker redesigns the renowned Auberge Du Soleil restaurant in Napa Valley.
This floral take on a gin gimlet from Napa Valley's Auberge du Soleil makes an elegant start to any evening.
When designer Kim Coleman visited a tired redbrick rancher in Palm Beach, she saw visions of a tropical bungalow with rooms opening from street to water, views of lush gardens, and cerulean hues at every turn.
Interior designers Gary McBournie and Bill Richards bring studied colorful style to a new retreat on the slopes of Big Sky.
With an unexpected jump from fashion to florals, Anne Dickson shares how she found her passion and launched her brand, Fox and the Fleur.
Known as a literary force in the early 20th-century France, Colette left behind a legacy of beauty in her writing, especially in her eloquent descriptions of flowers.