Dazzle in Heels or Sip an Aged Scotch

Nicholas Eveleigh for Newsweek

Mirror, Mirror
The Invisible Shoe, a mirrored heel by Brazilian artist Andreia Chaves, is a disco party and an illusion in one. Not for hiking.
Price upon request; andreiachaves.com




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South of the Border
It’s been four years in the making, but Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim’s new museum, designed by Fernando Romero, is now open in Mexico City.




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Checkered Past
For those nights you feel like staying in: a limited-edition calfskin checkerboard, part of Carolina Herrera’s Men’s Home collection.
CH Carolina Herrera, $1,055; 212-744-2076




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Grandfather’s Favorite
Glenlivet is offering 100 bottles of its 1940 Scotch on the market this year. Those lucky few who sip the World War II–era whisky will find a smooth blend of tropical and vanilla notes.
$21,000; masterofmalt.com



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MObama’s Pearls
The ever-glamorous first lady wore these pearl-and-Swarovski-crystal earrings to the El Salvador state dinner on March 22. Now they’ve sold out.
$525; miriamhaskell.com





Editor's Note: Fernando Romero's name was misspelled in the April 4 issue of Newsweek magazine. We apologize for the error.

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