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