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Know Your Place(s)
By Pamela Fiori | October 1, 2015

I knew the instant I saw her long, highly glazed acrylic nails painted in a vampire red that this was not a woman cut out for a tented safari in East Africa. Nevertheless, there she was, her hands under the dryer, prattling on to anyone within...

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Alec's Next Act
Interview by David Nugent | October 1, 2015

David Nugent: How did you get involved with HIFF?
Alec Baldwin: I’d been going out to the Hamptons year-round since I got a place there in the mid ’80s, and when the festival began I...

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Light Fantastic
By Judith Light | October 1, 2015

I just gotta say, you asked me to write this article and I in no way have time for this but what else is new? I’ll have to write on the fly—and yes, I can do more than one thing at a time. NYC has turned me into one of those people who...

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Letter From the Editor: Get Outta Town
By Cristina Cuomo | October 1, 2015

Even though it’s considered off-season to most, the Hamptons (which is important to us because Manhattan’s sister publication, ...

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Depp Thinker
By Ray Rogers | September 28, 2015

Never mind that he’s one of the most bankable movie stars alive. Johnny Depp, the 52-year-old Kentucky-born actor with the prominent cheekbones, has always lived a little on the edge, on the periphery of the Hollywood A-list, most comfortable in the...

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Lense Enchantment
By Zachary Wilson | September 21, 2015

1. Gloss: The Work of Chris von Wangenheim
Von Wangenheim’s edgy photos from the ’70s and ’80s are compiled in a monograph for the first time ever, with never-before-seen outtakes featuring the...

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The Moms & the City
By Denise Albert and Melissa Gerstein | September 17, 2015

DA: I’m an “independent,” happily divorced mom of two boys. I grew up on Long Island, but I’ve always been a city girl (I commuted into Manhattan during high school to intern...

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In Her Shoes
By Anne Marie O’Connor | September 17, 2015

“It wasn’t the easiest thing for me to give up Miu Miu, Prada and Dries,” says Arden Wohl of the animal-product divestiture she made of her closet six years ago. Wohl, who is designing her fourth footwear collection for...

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The Set for Life
By Anne Marie O’Connor | September 17, 2015

When Federico Pignatelli walks into Pier 59, the vast photography and video studio he founded 20 years ago at Chelsea Piers, he never knows what he’ll find. “One time I walked...

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Hot Topics
By Wendy Williams | September 17, 2015

I’ve always been a bit of a fashion girl, and I learned it from my mother. My mother has always been a fabulous dresser. My parents used to go to a lot of galas, and my mother would wear Oscar de la Renta—but from the off-off-off-sale rack. That...

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A Vine Romance
Gael Greene | Photography by Noah Fecks | September 17, 2015

It’s not often—almost never—that I get to discover a totally unknown, remarkable new restaurant before the spies-who-never-sleep at Eater, the ink-stained wretches at Grub Street and The New York Times...

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A Culinary Invasion
By Beth Landman | September 14, 2015

1. Sessanta
The latest from John McDonald (Lure Fishbar, Bowery Meat Company) is a hopping coastal Italian spot located in the Sixty Soho Hotel. The menu starts with...

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