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Letter From the Editor: Time for Change
By Cristina Cuomo | December 31, 2015

It sure did: 150 world leaders—including our president—converged on Paris to meet for the COP21 United Nations Climate Change Conference. It was a monumental moment in which 196 countries around the...

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The Next Wave
By Ray Rogers | December 29, 2015

With the poise of a true leading lady, Chloë Grace Moretz has Hollywood taking notice. Still, the glamorous movie star has yet to leave home and remains decidedly young at heart.

In her latest film, the sci-fi thriller The 5th Wave, she...

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The Home Advantage
By James Servin | December 28, 2015

Will Meyer: The Southern Charmer
“We try to find the DNA of what a project wants to be and really heighten that idea,” says Tennessee-born Will Meyer. The designer and his business partner, Gray Davis, make up...

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House of Style
By Suzanne Gannon | December 28, 2015

Many a descendant of a family tree featuring film stars, socialites, a motorcyclist, an aviator, a military hero and an inspiration to one of America’s greatest novelists would swing from the branches howling like Tarzan, but doing little...

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Food for Thought
By Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank | December 28, 2015

As a physician, it should come as no surprise that I have rather specific ideas about teaching health and wellness in my home. Raising my two children, Aidan and Avery, with my wife, Diana, involves navigating the limitless influences that can...

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Boots and All
By Wayne Brady | December 28, 2015

I’m walking around my house right now wearing high-heeled shoes and freaking out my dogs. The biggest learning curve [in starring as Lola in Kinky Boots] isn’t the lines,...

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A Gourmand’s Guide to Holiday Dinner
Gael Greene | Photo by Nicholas Koening | December 23, 2015

When I’m Dining Alone
How about me? I need my holiday latkes. I could celebrate 101 years of Joel Russ on the Lower East Side with lunch at...

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Fit to a Tea
By Liane Nelson | December 8, 2015

1. The Wee Tea at Alice’s Tea Cup
As one of the frontiers of teatime in the city, The Wee Tea is a specially curated event for future ladies who lunch. Here, unlimited herbal teas...

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Historic Hideaways
By Charlotte DeFazio | December 8, 2015

1. The Mayflower Grace
Nestled in the remarkable Litchfield Hills, this 101-year-old oasis (that’s also a Relais & Châteaux property) is engulfed by 58...

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Couture Counters
By Yelena Shuster | December 8, 2015

1. Brow Studio at Barneys
Robert Sweet William (aka The Brow Man) gained a cult following at Garren New York before joining Barneys Brow Studio. His...

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Trimming With Cheer
By Sarah Newell | December 7, 2015

1. Having a Ball
Waterford commemorates New York’s iconic New Year’s Eve ball drop with a glamorous glass ornament each year. This year’s...

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Shifting the Perspective
By Anne Marie O’Connor, Drew Limsky and James Servin | December 4, 2015

MASSIMILIANO GIONI: BREAKING NEW GROUND
Massimiliano Gioni wishes the exhibits at the New Museum were a little less...

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