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September 8, 2019

Is Quiet Furniture Better? Industrial Design Hero Jasper Morrison Thinks So

Creating iconic pieces for brands like Vitra, Cappellini and Emeco, the veteran designer embraces simplicity.

by Tim McKeough
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Is Quiet Furniture Better? Industrial Design Hero Jasper Morrison Thinks So

9 Art Shows to Seek Out While Gallery Hopping in New York This Fall

Autumn in the Big Apple brings fresh looks at captivating work by artists from around the world.

by Meredith Mendelsohn
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9 Art Shows to Seek Out While Gallery Hopping in New York This Fall

Tyler Ellis Creates Luxe Bags Beloved by A-Listers

The designer's focus on beauty and practicality is inspired by her father, American fashion icon Perry Ellis.

by Kareem Rashed | photos by Adam Kremer
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Tyler Ellis Creates Luxe Bags Beloved by A-Listers

From Paris to Doha, Timothy Corrigan Designs Gracefully Impactful Homes

In the work of the Los Angeles– and Paris-based decorator, elegance and ease go hand in hand.

by Vicky Lowry
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From Paris to Doha, Timothy Corrigan Designs Gracefully Impactful Homes

For Wendell Castle, Furniture and Sculpture Were One and the Same

The late, great American studio furniture master is the subject of a new show at New York City's Friedman Benda gallery.

by Pilar Viladas
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For Wendell Castle, Furniture and Sculpture Were One and the Same

In the Photos of Juergen Teller, Luxury Bags Are Psychosexual Objects

A noted fashion journalist and style icon examines the superstar photographer's images of items that, seen through his lens, are much more than mere accessories.

by Amy Fine Collins
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In the Photos of Juergen Teller, Luxury Bags Are Psychosexual Objects

The Dazzling Depth of Bulgari’s Eye Candy Explained

Discover why the iconic jewelry house has become emblematic of Italian design.

by Kareem Rashed
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The Dazzling Depth of Bulgari’s Eye Candy Explained

This Designing Couple Defines Modern Mountain Style in Jackson Hole

Rush Jenkins and Klaus Baer blend rustic with contemporary in their own backyard and beyond.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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This Designing Couple Defines Modern Mountain Style in Jackson Hole

The Family That Brought European Luxury to America’s Gilded Age Tycoons

The rarefied taste and fabulous finds of Joel, Henry and Joseph Duveen filled the homes and elevated the taste of elite clients from Astors to Vanderbilts.

by Wendy Moonan
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The Family That Brought European Luxury to America’s Gilded Age Tycoons

The Spirit of Northern Morocco Thrives in a Novelist’s Magical Garden

Umberto Pasti shares his passion for a beloved garden in the tiny village of Rohuna.

by Jorge S. Arango
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The Spirit of Northern Morocco Thrives in a Novelist’s Magical Garden

Pierre Jeanneret’s Chandigarh Furniture Remains a Source of Intrigue

The pieces he created for the capital of India's Punjab province have reached icon status, with high demand and prices to match.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Pierre Jeanneret’s Chandigarh Furniture Remains a Source of Intrigue

Stephan Würth Photographs the Sport of Tennis from Every Angle

The German-born, New York–based shooter's images — on offer through Manhattan's Staley-Wise Gallery — will put you in the mood for a grand slam, and just in time for the U.S. Open.

by Ted Loos
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Stephan Würth Photographs the Sport of Tennis from Every Angle
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