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December Must-Dos
Ashley Chappo | December 8, 2014

1. Transformation, a short film presented by W New York
Inspired by the recent $2.2 million...

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Easy Rider
Carita Rizzo | December 1, 2014

A custom Bratstyle 1976 Honda motorcycle pulls up outside of Foodlab, a gourmet deli in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, making heads turn as its engine loudly revs. Jai Courtney, looking every bit the action hero he portrays on screen, enters the cozy eatery wearing a...

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Retail Recovery
Kathryn Maier | November 19, 2014

1. Bar Pleiades
After hitting up Madison Avenue’s boutiques, revive with a soothing cocktail and bar bites by Daniel Boulud (you can’t go wrong...

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Upgrade Your Thanksgiving
Kathryn Maier | November 17, 2014

1. Hosting the family meal?
No need to slave in your kitchen for hours: Epicerie Boulud (1900 Broadway) and...

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Drinking Artfully
Kathryn Maier | November 7, 2014

1. Italian liqueur Disaronno dresses up in Versace—specifically, the home-collection print Trésor de la Mer—with a blue-and-gold aquatic-themed design fit for a sea goddess. $24,...

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The Top 40 NYC Philanthropists
The Editors | November 7, 2014

Robert Appel, former managing partner, Neuberger Berman, pledged $20 million to Jazz at Lincoln Center in 2014.

Mary McConnell Bailey, heiress of Roaring Spring Blank Book Company,...

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Of Hope and Heart
Audrey Gruss | November 5, 2014

The image below was my mother’s favorite photo of herself, taken in 1942. Her name was Hope—she was talented, humorous and eager to live. Then, in her early 30s, after the trauma of WWII and relocating to the U.S. from Lithuania,...

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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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