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Kings of the Castle
The Editors | March 10, 2014

Some years ago, a young Danish nobleman, after a weekend of parties in the Hamptons, rested his booted legs on an ottoman and laughed, “You Americans! You attend three parties in one weekend. We attend one party over a weekend!”

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Arabian Heights
Rima Suqi | March 10, 2014

The Abu Dhabi skyline got a showstopping addition late last year with the opening of the Nation Towers, a pair of sculptural 52- and 64-story forms designed by Toronto-based WZMH Architects. This prestigious address, right on the Corniche, happens to be the...

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St. Paddy’s Parlors
Scott Bunze | March 7, 2014

1. The Penrose
Cork, Ireland, is the home of the Midleton distillery, the largest distillery in the Emerald Isle. While Jameson is perhaps the most well-known product of this south Ireland...

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Vogue Trotters
Ray Rogers | March 5, 2014

Vinoodh Matadin and Inez van Lamsweerde
THE SHARPSHOOTERS

Whether it’s their high-gloss ad campaigns or their daring celebrity portraiture, fashion photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin always aim high when...

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20 Questions With… Allison Janney
The Editors | March 5, 2014

What’s been your favorite role to date?
C.J. Cregg on The West Wing—she was a great character and role model, and being part of the show opened doors for me professionally. Without...

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Springtime for Hauteur
Glenn O’Brien | March 5, 2014

When the other boys were looking at the girls in Playboy, I was looking at the girls in Vogue. I wasn’t designing dresses for my mom when I was a kid—I was playing ball and reenacting wars with the rest of the guys....

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Editor's Note March 2014
Cristina Cuomo | March 5, 2014

An argument ensued about what was proper and standard, and she said she just didn’t like tipping. But as it turns out, most New Yorkers do. Here, tipping is fashionable.

Emily Post wrote about the importance of...

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From Paris With Love
Ayesha Khan with contributions by Patti Dickey and Beth Weitzman | March 4, 2014

The rumors are true: In Paris, macarons are sweeter; wines are lovelier; and music reaches l’âme. Romance drips from every street lamp in this dreamy destination, but the city rife with...

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Soaring Ahead
Andrew Myers | February 27, 2014

Character doppelgängers are dangerous for actors. Should the public overidentify a performer with a single part, that association can quickly become as constricting as a corset, limiting casting options to the point of professional asphyxiation. The danger...

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Exhibitionism
Heather Corcoran | February 24, 2014

1. Peter Saul, Erik Parker and Jamian Juliano-Villani, Far Out
Marlborough Chelsea pairs 79-year-old painter Peter Saul with his former student Erik Parker...

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