A Brooklyn Prewar Is a Designing Mother and Son’s Last Collaboration

Gideon Mendelson is lovingly completing the project he and his mother were working on when she died unexpectedly — the apartment that was to be her home.

by Julie L. Belcove
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A Brooklyn Prewar Is a Designing Mother and Son’s Last Collaboration

Art Dealers Like Design, Too

These gallerists refuse to see a divide between art and design.

by Stephen Wallis
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Art Dealers Like Design, Too

Rachel Lee Hovnanian’s Art Is Probing and Provocative — Just Don’t Call It Pretty

by Julie L. Belcove | photos by Lesley Unruh
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Rachel Lee Hovnanian’s Art Is Probing and Provocative — Just Don’t Call It Pretty

World’s Fair’s Fantastical Visions of Tomorrow Seen Today

For her Lost Utopias project, photographer Jade Doskow has traveled across North America and Europe to document the current state of futuristic architecture built for bygone world expos.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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World’s Fair’s Fantastical Visions of Tomorrow Seen Today

Remembering French Fashion Great Hubert de Givenchy

A loving look back at the life and the oeuvre of the mid-century couturier to Bunny Mellon, the Duchess of Windsor, Jacqueline Kennedy and — most famously — Audrey Hepburn

by the Editors
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Remembering French Fashion Great Hubert de Givenchy

Martyn Lawrence Bullard Welcomes You to the Hotel Californian

A Spanish Colonial Revival gem in the heart of Santa Barbara has been reborn as a luxurious new boutique hotel.

by Andrew Sessa
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Martyn Lawrence Bullard Welcomes You to the Hotel Californian

‘Cultured’ Mag Founder Takes Us Inside Her Home and Her Mini Media Empire

The force behind an influential contemporary art and design magazine, enterprising entrepreneur Sarah Harrelson has just launched her company's latest addition to a collection of limited-edition objects, exclusively available online through 1stdibs.

by Meredith Mendelsohn
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‘Cultured’ Mag Founder Takes Us Inside Her Home and Her Mini Media Empire

More Than Ever, This Year’s Collective Design Is Pushing Boundaries

The groundbreaking contemporary New York fair — now in its sixth year — has changed venues and moved its date up by two months, to coincide with the Armory Show.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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More Than Ever, This Year’s Collective Design Is Pushing Boundaries

Joe Nahem’s Collector Clients Include Movie Stars and Moguls

The New York designer — who counts Robert Downey Jr., among his high-flying clients — creates intriguing but serene interiors that are neither neutral nor over the top.

by Melissa Feldman
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Joe Nahem’s Collector Clients Include Movie Stars and Moguls
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