Lindsey Thornburg Cloaks
In a true kaleidoscope of colors, Lindsey Thornburg pays homage to American heritage company Pendleton and her own upbringing in Montana and Colorado. Having the brilliant insight to turn her grandfather’s blanket collection into cloaks, the designer reflects, “It’s really comforting to have a blanket around you all the time. It feels good; it lifts your spirit.” Lindsey, we couldn’t agree more…
The designer, Lindsey Thornburg in New York
Now based out of Brooklyn the designer is never far from her original inspiration and makes frequent trips back west. Tried and true, her outerwear is tested for comfort and coziness making the collection a chic celebration of American style and spirit.
Explains the designer, "My cloaks don't have any seams so Pendleton's breathtaking fabrics aren't obstructed by any style lines or seams. My cloak is simply a canvas for the Pendleton textiles to drape and take form. Not only are the cloaks like a piece of art, they also will keep you warm throughout the coldest of winters."
Limited Selection Available:
Please call Belle Cose at the Four Seasons at 307.732.5612 for inquiries on the below collection.
Stella Maris Trench Cloak
Black Los Ojos Trench Cloak
Tamiami Trail Trench Cloak
White Los Ojos Trench Cloak
Jordan Alexander | the renaissance woman
September 13 & 14 Four Seasons Resort Teton Village
September 15 & 16 Belle Cose Town Square
Theresa Harper Bruno, the designer behind Jordan Alexander, is a Juilliard trained musician, an educator, a philanthropist, and a visionary who creates jewelry to represent her own elegant yet free-spirited style.
Always push-ing boundaries, the eye-catching collection is unapologetically beautiful, challenging the norms of classic jewelry. Heavily inspired by heritage pieces, such as her grandmother’s pearls, Theresa adds feminine and contemporary twists to classic design; a touch of contrast, a pop of color, an unexpected reimagining of gold.
Join us September 13 & 14 at the Four Seasons Resort in Teton Village and September 15 & 16 at Belle Cose on the Town Square. Give yourself the gift of a beautiful and classic Jordan Alexander piece.
Beth Miller | the modern muse
September 19 - 21 Belle Cose Town Square
September 22 & 23 Four Seasons Resort Teton Village
With a keen eye for style, and a flair for incorporating bold, impactful designs, Beth Miller’s jewelry is for women who live out loud.
Whether a pair of statement starburst diamond earrings, or a erce diamond baguette pendent, Beth realizes that striking accessories allow women to express their personalities and individualism.
With a smile that speaks loudly to her own warm, inviting spirit, the designer has a knack for recognizing how her designs fit into her clients’ lives.
Her skill in choosing the right pieces to help women feel beautiful wherever life takes them has earned her a loyal following throughout the U. S. and the world.
Join us September 19 - 21 at Belle Cose on the Town Square and September 22 & 23 at the Four Seasons Resort Teton Village.
September 20 & 21 at Four Seasons Resort Teton Village
September 22 & 23 at Belle Cose Town Square
Inspired by Earth’s naturally occurring geologic processes that cre- ate stones of indescribable beauty, Pamela Huizenga’s exquisite collection often features boulder opal, fossilized coral, or raw diamonds set in 18-karat gold and encircled by halos of brilliant white diamonds. Her exquisite juxtaposition of elements presents a raw yet refined aesthetic. As a certified lapidary, Pamela uses elements in their most natural form to create one-of-a-kind pieces.
18kt Yellow Gold, Faceted Emerald Nugget Beads and Diamond Pave
18kt Yellow Gold, Aquamarine and Diamond Pave
Join us September 20 & 21 at the Four Seasons Resort in Teton Village and September 22 & 23 at Belle Cose on the Town Square.
Herby Leek and Pancetta Pizza
Image Courtesy of Eat Beautiful and Sarah Hall Production, Inc.
Beauty comes from within. Hearing this all our lives, we believe the expression to mean beauty is in our hearts and in our souls. Which, of course, is true. But if there’s another lesson in this statement, it is that beauty literally comes from within… because we are what we eat.
Eat Beautiful… Because we are what we eat.
With over 20 years of beauty experience and stunning celebrity clients (Kate Hudson and Sienna Miller, who penned the Eat Beautiful’s forward, to name a few), Wendy Rowe knows a thing or two about looking and feeling our best, every day.
Beauty and Makeup Expert Wendy Rowe
As a world-renowned makeup artist and all-things beauty expert, Wendy believes a healthy diet is the foundation for beautiful skin. In her book, Eat Beautiful: Food and Recipes to Nourish Your Skin from the Inside Out, she shares over 70 delicious, but thankfully simple, recipes specifically designed to feed, not only our tummies, but our skin providing essential nutrients for a coveted youthful glow. We say, let the beauty enhancement begin.
Teaching us to let both our inner and exterior beauty shine, Eat Beautiful is part cookbook and part beauty bible providing skin-type tailored advice, as well a seasonal plan to maintain radiant skin year-round.
Using a holistic approach to living, body movement, and mindful eating Eat Beautiful guides us on feeding our bodies from the inside out. And, as our skin is the largest body organ, the philosophy is one we all should nourish. Love your skin, love your soul.
We can’t imagine anyone not loving the idea of eating their way to, well, anywhere? But to beautiful, flawless, healthy skin? Directions please!
Going the extra mile, Wendy created a recipe for a comfort classic: pizza. Yes, pizza. A believer in living a balanced life, her Herby Leek and Pancetta pizza is filled with toxin-flushing, antioxidant-rich ingredients that work toward making skin glow while simultaneously satisfying one of our favorite cravings.
Wondering what makes these ingredients so beneficial for our skin? Here’s the dish:
Leeks are considered one of the world’s healthiest foods; an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin B6, vitamin C, and vitamin A. They are full of copper, iron, folate, magnesium, omega-3s, and dietary fiber.
Tomatoes, in addition to being filled with vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, and potassium, are a major dietary source of lycopene, an antioxidant linked to reduced risks of cancer and heart disease.
Garlic is filled with nutrients and flavor while having very few calories. Since ancient times it’s been used to detoxify the body, build immunities, fight high blood pressure and high cholesterol, even to improve athletic performance.
Herby Leek and Pancetta Pizza
*Makes 4 small pizzas
•1 tablespoon olive oil
•1 medium onion, finely chopped
•1 garlic clove, finely chopped
•2 14 1/2 ounce cans of chopped cherry tomatoes
•1 teaspoon dried oregano
•1 teaspoon dried basil
•1 teaspoon honey
•fine sea salt and black pepper
•2 1/2 cups warm water
•3 1/4 ounce packet of dried quick-rise yeast
•2 tablespoon honey
•8 cups strong bread flour, plus extra for dusting
•1 tablespoon fine sea salt, leveled
•1 leek, sliced into short lengths
•olive oil, for drizzling
•3 1/2 ounces buffalo mozzarella, cut into pieces
•2 1/2 ounces sliced unsmoked pancetta, torn into pieces
•leaves from 1 sprig of rosemary
1. To make the sauce, heat the oil in a large high-sided skillet. Add the onion and the garlic and fry over medium heat for 5 minutes or until soft. Add the tomatoes and simmer over a low heat for 40 minutes or until thickened.
2. Add the dried herbs and honey. Season to taste with salt and pepper before setting aside.
3. While the sauce is cooking, make the dough. Pour half the warm water into a bowl and add the yeast and honey, leaving it for 3 minutes till dissolved.
4. Place the flour and the salt in a large bowl and create a well in the middle. Pour the yeast mixture into the well.
5. Start to bring the flour in from outside the well. Continue doing this until the center of the mixture is porridge-like in consistency, then add the remaining water. Mix again, continuing to bring in flour from the edge of the bowl until fully incorporated.
6. On a work surface lightly dusted in flour, start to knead the dough by pushing and folding it on itself. Roll it around, over and over, for 4-5 minutes or until the dough is smooth and elastic in consistency.
7. Place the dough in a large clean bowl, sprinkle over a little flour, then cover in plastic wrap and allow it to rise for 30 minutes. It should double in size.
8. Shortly before the dough has finished rising, preheat the oven to 475°F and lightly dust 2-4 baking sheets with flour.
9. Place the leek in a small pan of boiling water and blanch for 3 minutes. Drain well and slice into 1/4” pieces. Set aside.
10. When the dough has finished rising, knock the air out for 30 seconds by squashing it on a flour-dusted work surface. Divide into four balls, then roll out on into disks about 1 inch thick and 8 inches in diameter.
11. Transfer the pizza bases to the prepared baking sheets. Spread each pizza base with tomato sauce and drizzle a little olive oil over the edges.
12. Divide the mozzarella, pancetta, and leaks between the pizzas. Scatter a few rosemary leaves on top.
13. Bake in the oven—in two batches, if necessary—for 8-10 minutes.
We couldn’t find chopped cherry tomatoes in Jackson. If you run into the same issue substitute them for a 28 ounce can of San Marzano crushed tomatoes.
We also found that 30 minutes wasn’t quite enough to allow the dough to properly rise so we replaced the regular yeast with rapid-rise yeast.
Don’t overload your pizzas with sauce (even if you have extra). You don’t want the dough to become soggy.
Rub the dried herbs with your fingertips as you add them to the sauce. This helps to release their naturals, adding more flavor.
Eat Beautiful: Food and Recipes to Nourish Your Skin from the Inside Out
Designed by Jason Lenox in Dallas, Texas the collection is handmade in a small village in the Central Highlands of Mexico. Crafted entirely by one family of artisans the all-hand tooling process uses a combination of copper and nickel, known as Solid German Silver. Creating unique pieces with the look and feel of turn-of-the century Navajo work J. Alexander is known for a vintage finish that will will last throughout the years.
Jason Alexander at home in Dallas, Texas.
Adorned with turquoise, onyx and coral the line of southwestern and rustic home accessories includes all natural stones which are individually selected for their beauty and character. Each groove and etch is made using a traditional Navajo method from the 1900’s in which silversmiths use a stamping technique to a point of almost mathematical perfection. Creating beautifully intricate designs stamps were historically handmade from iron or steel and often passed down from generation to generation.
Oscar Heyman | the jewelers' jeweler
September 12 Four Seasons Resort Teton Village
September 13 & 14 Belle Cose Town Square
September 15 & 16 Amangani
Holding a prominent place in American jewelry history, Oscar Heyman has been creating the world’s most magnificent jewelry since 1912.
Known for his impeccable selection of exquisite, hand-selected gemstones, the jewelry house has set the rarest of gemstones for Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co., and Harry Winston, as well as the necklace design for the legendary pear-shaped 69.42-karat Taylor-Burton diamond made for Cartier.
In addition to his own flawless heirloom pieces, Oscar Heyman accepts commissions for original designs. Join us September 12 at the Four Seasons Resort Teton Village, September 13 & 14 at Belle Cose Town Square and September 15 & 16 at Amangani.
When it comes to brunch, there’s really no wrong way to go about it. However, one of the best ways to make brunch unforgettable is by including a tried and true classic, Eggs Benedict.
This gem has everything you want on your plate. Rich but not too heavy, with the perfect combination of sweet, salty and citrus these beauties look intimidating to whip up at home, but we promise they’re not. Our secret to success? It’s all in your timing. Tackle the elements in a step-by-step fashion, and assemble at the end – or even better, invite guests to build their own!
Start by blending your Hollandaise sauce. Mix 3 egg yolks with 2 teaspoons of water. As your blender runs, slowly add in ¾ cup of melted, unsalted butter. Keep it slow – otherwise the sauce won’t set up properly.
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Finish with a couple teaspoons of lemon juice, a dash of cayenne, salt and pepper. Be sure to cover your mixture while you set it aside.
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Next up, prepare your eggs. You can take the traditional approach by carefully dropping eggs one at a time into a boiling pot of vinegar water. Or, you can expedite your process and get to the table faster using a multi-egg poacher like the above allowing four perfectly poached eggs at a time. Our poacher’s nonstick coating means no need to spray beforehand or scrape while cleaning up afterwards.
Once your English muffin halves are toasted, pan sear slices of Canadian Bacon, ham or thick-cut bacon until crispy. Top each muffin with a slice of meat or for those who only eat fish a piece of smoked salmon, followed by a poached egg, and a generous spoonful of Hollandaise Sauce. Finish by sprinkling fresh ground sea salt and pepper, fresh chopped chives, parsley or rosemary and a thick slice of citrus for an added bright note and placing eggs benedict on a tray.
Serve and Enjoy!
Your perfectly prepared eggs benedict will look beautiful presented on our classic blue and white Arte Italica Burano Serving Tray. $67.50 (purchase here)
For recipe specifics, and creative suggestions for fresh twists on this classic brunch favorite, visit The New York Times cooking blog here.
Erica Molinari | the engraver
September 5 & 6 Belle Cose Town Square
Crafted and hand finished in her West Village studio in New York, Erica works in 18-karat, 14-karat and solid sterling silver, while incorporating precious and semi-precious stones and even baroque pearls into her engraved medieval designs.
Known for her vast selection of charms and pendants from Greek and Celtic crosses to dragonflies and beehives, each piece is meant to reflect the wearer’s spiritual journey and collected over time.
Join us September 5 & 6 at Belle Cose Town Square to view Erica Molinari's collection.
McTeigue NY 1895 | the estate jeweler
September 5 & 6 Four Seasons Resort
September 7 & 8 Belle Cose Town Square
Partners to the trade since 1895, the McTeigue name has been associated with fine diamonds, estate jewelry, and natural pearls for over a century.
Fourth generation estate jeweler, Michael McTeigue, has been at the helm of his family’s business honoring his great grandfa- ther’s unparalleled principles and timeless ethics.
With a lifetime of experience buying and selling the finest and rarest estate pieces by the world’s most coveted designers, McTeigue NY shares a passion for and curated collection of breathtaking estate jewelry.
Join us September 5 & 6 at the Four Seasons Resort in Teton Village and Setpember 7 & 8 at Belle Cose Town Square to view McTeigue's curated collection!