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5 Interior Designer-Approved Picks for Innovative Lighting
By The Editors | April 11, 2016

1. “Adding a modern light fixture doesn’t have to be a complicated design choice. I’m mesmerized by light and color, and this is the...

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Broadway's Bloodbath
By Frank DiLella | April 6, 2016

When were you first introduced to American Psycho?
When I was a freshman in college I started to read the book—all the cool kids were reading it—and it was so overstimulating that I had to put...

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Men of Style
By Anne Marie O’Connor | April 5, 2016

Dao-Yi Chow & Maxwell Osborne
Public School and DKNY designers
“We like how you can create an image through clothes—it’s a way to stand out and be different,” says...

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La Dolce Vita in Soho
Cristina Cuomo | Photo courtesy of Ristorante Sessanta | April 5, 2016

With the wide variety of Italian eateries in New York, it’s almost a dare to top the many world-class restaurants that serve this classic cuisine. But John McDonald, Steven Eckler and Mercer Street...

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A Home (Not Too Far) Away From Home
By Sahar Khan, Cristina Cuomo and Liane Nelson | March 31, 2016

New Kid on the (Old) Block
Howard Street, at the intersection of Tribeca, Soho and Chinatown, is a still-gritty quarter in an increasingly sanitized city. A newly...

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The Quest for Purpose
By Natasha Silver Bell | March 31, 2016

In my work as a life and recovery coach, or as I like to call it, a “recovery of life” coach, I’ve encountered many teenage and 20-something young men who have not found a way to come of age. Many lack a strong sense of...

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Third Degree With Duran Duran's John Taylor
By Lori Majewski | March 31, 2016

Whose style do you admire?
I like Kanye West’s. What passes for men’s fashion today has gotten very narrow; between the hoodie and the tuxedo, we don’t have...

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Table for One—Party for Many
By Jesse Tyler Ferguson | March 31, 2016

EATING OUT IN MANHATTAN
The culinary scene in Manhattan changes all the time, so my favorite restaurant changes week to week. I actually just ate at Jean-Georges, which I know is a staple by this point,...

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Letter From the Editor: Spring Forward
By Cristina Cuomo | March 31, 2016

I’d resigned myself to hanging on during a rough stretch of parenting—then my favorite colorist, Nicole Gache at Valery Joseph, directed me to an essay called “The Letter Your Teenager Can...

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Fantasy Man
By Ray Rogers | March 30, 2016

On the big screen, Chris Hemsworth is best known as the mega-chiseled, hammer-wielding Norse god Thor from The Avengers movie series. But back home on his farm in Australia, the tall, blond and handsome movie star is just a mere mortal—a protective...

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5 Hot Tickets
By Gael Greene | March 25, 2016

Life was more glamorous decades ago when I was married to the Kultur Maven, who invested modest sums in Broadway shows and got invited to openings. Young and tireless, impressionable movie fans that we were, we knew sophisticated New Yorkers ate after the...

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5 Locavore Beauty Brands to Know
By Celia Shatzman | March 17, 2016

1. “I felt a need to create a product that the industry lacked: a lipgloss that was moisturizing, had natural ingredients and amazing bright colors,” says...

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