The easiest way to take your summer look from day to night is to add a textured piece. Throw on a fun bracelet, some hot red shoes and grab an animal print purse and you’re ready to rock your rehearsal dinner, or a lovely night out with your ladies…

What We’re Loving This Week – Texture!

Get all the fab looks at The Shops at The Breakers

From Absolutely Suitable: JPK Paris 75 zebra print handbag, Eric Javits quilted handbag with chain strap

From Match: Edmundo Castillo heel

From Mix: Rina Limor bracelets

Photos by Robert Nelson, styling by Katherine Lande


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27 Jul 2012

As we say goodbye to July, we want to ensure you’ve celebrated one delicious summer holiday: National Ice Cream Month! In honor of the “sweet” month, here are three of our favorite special ice cream desserts….

Giant Martini Sundae Giant Martini Sundae

Giant Martini Sundae Retro Banana Split

 Giant Martini SundaeIce Cream Cone Hot Fudge Sundae

 Have a Sweet Weekend!

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25 Jul 2012

Style for a Cause

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The Breakers’ couture jewelry store, Mix, has a lovely selection of beautiful, handmade pieces from rings to watches – our favorite is a collection of colorful, beaded bracelets we just can’t get enough of!

MIX at The Breakers

The perfect gift for the ladies of your bridal party, the exclusive designs by Aid Through Trade come in a myriad of colors and patterns – and you can certainly find a shade to match your wedding’s theme!

Support the Cause: Each piece is handmade by Nepali women who cherish being in an artisan group. Every bracelet purchased helps provide them with much needed income and status, as Aid Through Trade ensures fair pay, benefits, dignity and a healthy workplace.

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If you’ve sipped The Breakers’ selection of custom-blended house wines, then your taste buds have visited the southwest of France.

In fact, our Master Sommelier Virginia Philip and members of the executive Food and Beverage team travel nearly 5,000 miles to Domaine du Tariquet in Gascony each year to create the unique and sensational taste of The Breakers’ excusive collection of house wines.

Meet The Breakers’ Wines

Originally founded in 1683, Château du Tariquet (above) has been the primary home of the Grassa family of winemakers since 1912. The family is currently the largest vineyard landholders in France.

« Take a sneak peek inside Domaine du Tariquet with this video… »

Yves Grassa, a second-generation family owner, took over the exquisite grounds from his father who had produced only Armagnac. Yves decided to transform the land, adding a technologically advanced winemaking facility that has been producing brilliant wines for years. Yves is currently residing in Romania, leaving his sons Armin and Remy at the helm and visiting Domaine du Tariquet as often as possible.

Meet The Breakers’ Wines From left: Armin, Remy and Yves Grassa with Tariquet staff Aline Migneault and winemaker Guillaume Combes

Last month, our Director of Food & Beverage for Catering and Banquets, Joan Bever, and Executive Chef of Banquets Jeff Simms joined Virginia Philip on the annual blending trip to Domaine du Tariquet – an exclusive partnership now ten years in the making.

Meet The Breakers’ WinesAt left: Virginia Philip, Jeff Simms, Distributor Craig Diamond and Joan Bever

At right: Tariquet’s Director of Commerce Ithier Bouchard with Joan, Jeff and Armin

 The team joined the Grassa family in the tasting room (above, left) blending and re-blending each variation of wine until the final selections for this year’s house wines were just perfect — an easy task with a clear view of savory grapes and vines in every window.

Meet The Breakers’ Wines At left: Joan Bever with Château du Tariquet Owner Yves Grassa

At right: The team (Joan and Virginia pictured) joined the dedicated and passionate Grassa family in celebrating
100 years of fabulous Tariquet wine

 Meet The Breakers’ Wines

Re-blended annually, The Breakers’ house wine collection includes an exclusive blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Meet The Breakers’ Wines

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  1. Lenny M Gomez Jul 27, 2012 / 06:03 pm

    The house blend is really good –

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