In the four years since her first solo show, the artist Cassi Namoda has created a powerful body of work through her evocative and poignant paintings, which chronicle everyday life in post-colonial Mozambique, where Namoda was born. Having grown up between Africa, Haiti and the U.S., Namoda now lives between East Hampton and Los Angeles, where her largest-to-date exhibition, " Forgotten Limbs," debuts this weekend at the François Ghebaly gallery.
This antique-inspired kettle from Mariages Frere retains heat longer during winter — a simple luxury that any tea lover will appreciate. Likewise the romantic story behind the fleur de lys detail, which references a French ship that transported tea around the world in 1827. Mariage Frères, €210.
This Japanese-inspired bed and breakfast in Water Mill is an ideal escape from the whirl of New York City — and only two hours away. Spend a night and sign up for a sound bath at the retreat and spa, or swap the activities for a massage, from $795.