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Mixed Bag
By Jacqueline Z. Grossnickle | April 5, 2016

The road less traveled is a familiar route for Bottega Veneta designer Tomas Maier, whose pragmatic designs are defined by their rugged simplicity rather than their flamboyance or slavish devotion to fashion trends. The brand...

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Carry On, My Wayward Son
Valerie Jarvie | Photography by Jill Broussard | April 5, 2016

Lyrics of the ’70s Kansas anthem are circling in my head as we approach Wayward Sons. The rock classic begins with a quintessential British phrase that has more than one meaning. It seems...

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Men of Style
By Nadia Dabbakeh and Kristie Ramirez | April 5, 2016

Eduardo Brittingham
The Businessman
One peek into Eduardo Brittingham’s closet in his art-filled Highland Park home and you know this man has exquisite taste. Born...

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The Family Ferrari
By Nate Chapnick | April 5, 2016

Soon after becoming a publicly traded company in 2015 (the ticker symbol appropriately dubbed RACE), Ferrari’s CEO, Amedeo Felisa, put the possibility of a full Ferrari SUV permanently to rest, stating unequivocally, “It...

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Beyond Bungee
By Beth Weitzman and Becca Hensley | April 5, 2016

In a remote corner of the Pacific, Hawke’s Bay on New Zealand’s North Island, we’re sipping local sauvignon blanc in a farmhouse. But this isn’t your granddaddy’s ranch house or barn. With panoramic...

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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...

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The Cowboy Way
By Kristie Ramirez | March 30, 2016

It’s President’s Day and when most people are enjoying a three-day weekend, Charlotte Jones Anderson is in full work mode. She’s being attended by no fewer than six people as we make our way around AT&T Stadium for this...

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Flower Power
By Kristie Ramirez | March 29, 2016

Over the past few years, we’ve seen the humble cauliflower go from side player to center stage, and right now, the cruciferous vegetable’s popularity is at an all-time high with numerous local restaurants giving it a major moment in...

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Set Sail
By Jacqueline Z. Grossnickle | March 29, 2016

In conjunction with the upcoming Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series regatta (May to October)—the first stage of competition in the 2017 America’s Cup—sponsoring fashion house Louis Vuitton is...

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Top 5 Happy Hour Spots
By The Editors | March 29, 2016

1. Madrina
The French-meets-Mexican menu is inspired, but once again, it’s the Michael Martensen-spearheaded bar program at this Misery Loves Co...

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5 Restaurants to Reserve This Easter
By Nadia Dabbakeh | March 17, 2016

1. The Crescent Club
For live piano and classical guitar music, kid-friendly activities, and breathtaking views of...

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5 Swoonworthy Shoes for Spring
By Kristie Ramirez | March 14, 2016

1. Aquazzura
Give your walk a little sass with The Wild Thing ($785), and its electric-orange flirty fringe and tassel ankle...

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