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The World According to Andrew Dice Clay
Andrew Dice Clay | November 5, 2014

I grew up in Brooklyn in the ’60s and ’70s, and everything was better back then. It was just a simpler life. Today, technology has made everything so complicated and there’s so much...

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Set in Stone
Yelena Shuster | November 5, 2014

Kara Ross still remembers the first ring she designed: a 14K gold fluted shank featuring two diamonds set between two tourmalines—a feat all the more impressive since she was just 13. She...

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A Classic Revived
Pamela Fiori | Photography by Noah Fecks | November 5, 2014

“Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.”

“The more things change, the more they remain the same,” goes the French axiom. A nice thought but not always true, especially...

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Third Degree With… Diane von Furstenberg
The Editors | October 30, 2014

What is your fall wardrobe staple?
We just made our 440 envelope clutch in lace, and it’s elegant and versatile. I’ll be traveling a lot this fall, so I’m sure I’ll...

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Giving Back to the Future
Produced by Ray Rogers | October 30, 2014

Idina Menzel: Raising Voices, Off Broadway
Growing up, I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to attend sleep-away summer camp for many years. It was a beautiful way for me, as a young girl, to...

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A Woman of Substance
Cristina Cuomo | October 30, 2014

Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank knows how to put her celebrity to good use. Her charity, The Hilaroo Foundation, brings together kids who have been given up on and animals who have been abandoned to help...

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Editor's Note: November 2014
Cristina Cuomo | October 30, 2014

Granted, it wasn’t truly unique; nearly every good magazine does a “by the numbers” column, but I decided that ours would sometimes be nostalgic. We may feature a fictitious character like Eloise at the...

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Tricks and Treats
Kathryn Maier | October 24, 2014

1. Annual Halloween Party at the ...

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Fall Foliage Outings
By Ashley Chappo | October 21, 2014

1. Classic Harbor Line’s Hudson Valley Fall Foliage Cruises
October 25 and 26 and...

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Celebrate Archtober!
Ashley Chappo | October 10, 2014

1. 1048 Fifth Avenue: From Mansion to Museum, An Architectural History
October 15, 6:30PM
Join Andrew Dolkart, Professor of Historic...

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Suite Success
Anne Marie O’Connor | October 6, 2014

When one of NYC’s best-dressed women bonds with one of the town’s most experienced fashion executives over their shared frustration with shopping, it’s no surprise the result is a brand-new retail experience. That’s what...

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Tots in the City
Christina Park | October 6, 2014

Before I had my first child, I thought raising a family in NYC was a brilliant idea. The museums! The culture! The food!

Looking back now, with two children, it’s hilarious how I only saw what I chose to see: happy mommies adroitly steering...

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