The Ceremony

As collective uncertainty and anxiety hover, what would a zen master do? Read More
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Hydra Beauté

How perfectly peachy. Get set, simply glow for it, by addressing the day-to-day stressors that hassle our faces with the sumptuous science of CHANEL Hydra Beauty. Read More
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Garden Of One’s Own

What if Edith Bouvier Beale were reincarnated as a millennial? Or - bear with us here - she was the first millennial (cue gasp)? Read More
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The Black Panther

Stay on your mission. From Kunta Kinte to the Central Park 5, we suggest ten movies and two miniseries with themes of racial politics, social injustice and black power to kickstart your black-history habit on-screen. Read More
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Compulsory Lessons

Ignorance is simply not an option. Get some clarity about the pervasiveness of racism in our collective thinking, as well as our institutions. We’re starting with this dynamic dozen. Read More
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O Rio De Janeiro

Nature, organic shapes, geometric abstraction and Brazilian genius meet hot hot hot sunshine in the exuberantly Modernist urban design of Lucio Costa and Roberto Burle Marx Read More
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Viva Italia

Tempo di ricominciare: The verve and charisma of Italian design keeps the rest of the world watching and waiting for more: more originality, daring and finesse. Read More
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Primavera, Spring Beauty

Cherry blossoms explode upon a deserted boulevard—blissfully undocumented, as tufts of green sheathe the trees to announce a brand new season, just like clockwork. Read More
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1936: The Buenos Aires Affair

THE BUENOS AIRES AFFAIR: Could you be the most beautiful room in the world? Why Jean-Michel Frank's interiors for the Kavanagh Building in Buenos Aires bring tears to the modernist aesthete's eyes. Read More
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La Nouvelle Bourgeoise

Feline and fickle, she’s on the prowl—up and down the bougie boulevards and in and out of the boîtes de nuit. She playfully types Cinéma Gaumont, Champs Elysées, 1973 into her Uber’s destination box, but it protests with null results. Paris never really changes, and neither must you, Françoise. Read More
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