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Editor's Note: April 2015
By Cristina Cuomo | April 2, 2015

 
This issue is bursting with ideas. As one of Natura Bissé’s first beauty ambassadors, I learned a lot about ingredients and the importance of regular maintenance—as Dylan Thomas suggests, do not go gentle...

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Reynolds, Unwrapped
By Andrew Myers | March 30, 2015

What do a charismatic gambler, a hapless serial killer and a dogged young lawyer have in common? This may sound like the setup for a joke, but it’s actually a list of Ryan Reynolds’ most recent roles. In January, the witty, self-...

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Upgrade Your Easter Basket
By Kathryn Maier | March 23, 2015

1. Épicerie Boulud
Daniel Boulud’s pastry chefs have perfected Peeps, the classic Easter confection, creating their own versions: lemon-flavored...

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Luxe for Less
By Vanessa Karalis | March 16, 2015

Charlotte Olympia
March 26 

The whimsical brainchild of British designer Charlotte Dellal, this artful label is a shoe-lover’s dream. Many recognize the...

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The Passions of Ralph Lauren
Gael Greene | Photography by Noah Fecks | March 10, 2015

Is it as beautiful as people say? The Polo Bar, just east on 55th Street past the windows of the Fifth Avenue Ralph Lauren, the latest manifestation of Ralph’s American upper-crust fantasy, is...

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Genetically Speaking
By Pamela Fiori | March 10, 2015

Michael Avedon
THE SHARP SHOOTER
“I first picked up a camera when I was 17, and I thought I wanted to be a surf photographer. It was on a boat in Indonesia that I realized I was...

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A Winning Combination
By Suzanne Gannon | March 10, 2015

From the street outside this grand prewar building on one of the Upper West Side’s main thoroughfares, one can envision classic sixes stuffed with Auntie Trudi’s harpsichord, grandma’s collection of teapots from Limoges and...

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Bye, Bye, Mr. American Pie
By Jason Biggs | March 10, 2015

The weather. The people. The food. These are a few of the things people might bring up when discussing the differences between New York and Los Angeles. “Seventy-five and sunny all year long,” a proud Angeleno might boast,...

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Second Nature
By Suzanne Gannon | March 10, 2015

A New Yorker in search of organic honey to sweeten his or her morning yogurt might stroll through the neighborhood farmers market or hit up Whole Foods. A New Yorker who’s one of the nearly 70 employees of award-winning...

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Raising the Steaks
By Kathryn Maier | March 9, 2015

1. Bowery Meat Co.
Shunning the “steakhouse” label, this sleek temple to meat—with beef by way of Pat LaFrieda—offers a $138 cote de...

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Third Degree With… Marcia Gay Harden
By The Editors | March 4, 2015

What five iconic figures would be at your dream dinner party?
Mozart, Carol Burnett, Theodore Roosevelt, Cleopatra and Maya Angelou. Can Martha Stewart cook?

Favorite role to date...

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Editor's Note: March 2015
By Cristina Cuomo | March 4, 2015

He was always straightforward and kind, but he had a sharp sense of humor that I didn’t expect. He was a tough match of wits for his son, my husband, Chris, and they’d engage in repartee, often debating the events of...

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