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Summer Escapes
By The Editors | May 28, 2015


When the snow melts and temperatures rise, summer in this idyllic mountain town heats up with big city-caliber cultural events and unlimited outdoor recreation.


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Yo, Adrian
By Ray Rogers | May 27, 2015

When Vincent Chase and crew make their entrance on the silver screen in this summer’s surefire blockbuster version of the HBO hit Entourage, it’ll be as high octane as you’d expect: The guys are partying with throngs of scantily clad models...

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By Beth Weitzman | May 20, 2015

1. Flaunt a trophy tan with AERINʼs luxurious new Gradual Tan for Face and Body, a nourishing formula that moisturizes and...

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Neighborhood Gems
By Meg McGuire | May 14, 2015

1. Chez Marvin
This quaint French eatery is the perfect spot to grab a rich glass of Bourgogne (from $16) and steak frites ($36) on a breezy spring night. Opened by the Marder...

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Heads of the Class
By Meg McGuire | May 8, 2015

1. Astrid Swan McGuire at Barry’s Bootcamp
McGuire’s energy and humor—along with her efforts to know clients on a personal level—fosters...

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Sole Man
By Amanda Friedman | May 8, 2015

When it came time to choose the site for his third Los Angeles boutique, renowned Parisian shoe designer Christian Louboutin thought like a true local and based his decision on proximity. “I have a...

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Best in Show
By Jacqueline Z. Grossnickle | May 8, 2015

It may come as a surprise that the champion of chic, Hermès, began in 1837 Paris as a harness and saddle workshop. Its equine roots are most evident in the brand’s iconic Brides de...

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Mad About Janie
By Carita Rizzo | May 8, 2015

Mad Men didn’t just launch a golden age of television; it changed the life of the show’s costume designer, Janie Bryant. “My work has been recognized in a way that it never...

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The Cat's Meow
By Nate Chapnick | May 8, 2015

Jaguars are known for their sneak attacks—silently stalking their prey until the moment they strike without warning. Unlike the jungle cat, this feral beauty makes no attempt to fly under the radar. An explosive exhaust note, large 20-inch rims...

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Fire and Flow
Lesley Balla | Photography by Dylan + Jeni | May 7, 2015

When I throw open the door to Aestus, a late sunlight glow filters into a mostly empty dining room. I assume it’s where I want to be: There’s a small sign outside, and the entrance seems to be the only one that doesn...

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The Big Idea
Produced by Amanda Friedman | May 6, 2015

Founder of Arena Ventures
Be sure to bring your A-game if you’re pitching angel investor Paige Craig. His antennae will be up, and he has a reputation for finding some of the...

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Riding High
By Carita Rizzo | May 5, 2015

To play the cruel but charismatic Mexican Gen. Antonio López de Santa Anna in History Channel’s eight-part miniseries Texas Rising (premiering May 25), Olivier Martinez hit the books. “I didn’t know anything about the Texas war between...

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