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Third Time’s A Charm
Laura Eckstein | April 16, 2014

1. Vintage Rolex Daytona
“I only wear one piece of jewelry—a Pablo Picasso-designed pendant—and a Rolex Daytona antique watch. I don’t like a man who wears too much jewelry; it's definitely a turnoff...

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Last Call: Coachella
Alex Markoff | April 9, 2014

1. Broken Bells
It’s been a busy year for the L.A.-based indie duo. Between the release of a new album and a just-announced slot at Bonnaroo, Broken Bells will take...

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Trail Mix
Alex Markoff | April 3, 2014

1. Malibu Farm
After working up a sweat at Malibu Creek State Park—which doubled as Korea during M*A*S*H—head down into town, where chef Helene Henderson serves local, organic fare at...

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Trail Mix
Alex Markoff | April 3, 2014

1. Malibu Farm
After working up a sweat at Malibu Creek State Park—which doubled as Korea during M*A*S*H—head down into town, where chef Helene Henderson serves local, organic fare at...

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A Man for All Seasons
Lesley Balla | Photography by Andrea Bricco | March 27, 2014

With the magic of television, you don’t always get the sense that reality-show chefs know how to cook in real life. But when tall-drink-of-water, Aussie chef Curtis Stone checks plates at the pass or grates...

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Sharp Contrast
Isaiah Freeman-Schub | March 26, 2014

But today, the ultimate question is how to make the clothes emphasize modernity. Tomas Maier has answered with a precise spring/summer collection for Bottega Veneta, exploring the effects of visual contradiction. “The collection...

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Expect the Unexpected
Laura Eckstein | March 26, 2014

Dressed in an impeccably tailored Seize sur Vingt suit and donning his signature Oliver Peoples glasses, interior designer Thomas Schoos, principal of Schoos Design, is an immediately recognized figure in his beloved neighborhood of West...

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Best In Class
Nate Chapnick | March 26, 2014

Eco Supercar

2015 BMW i8
Revolutionary in its design, the 2015 BMW i8 looks like nothing else on the road. Otherworldly aesthetic details include doors that open up and out like wings, striking LED headlamps and a...

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In Good Faith
Jasmin Rosemberg | March 26, 2014

Faith & Flower, the newest addition to David Bernahl and Robert Weakley’s diverse portfolio of venues, embodies the prominent West Coast restaurateurs’ eclectic approach. Says Bernahl, “We...

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Third Time’s A Charm
Laura Eckstein | March 26, 2014

“I guess I was very much an entrepreneur at the beginning,” says Brooklyn-born Alexis Bittar of his 10-year-old self. “I would take pictures from 1920s books, put them in little antique...

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