How the Queen of ‘Architectural Digest’ Turned the Magazine into a Powerhouse

The indomitable editor and aesthetic arbiter Paige Rense ran the design bible for nearly four decades, defining the taste of several generations.

by Pilar Viladas
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How the Queen of ‘Architectural Digest’ Turned the Magazine into a Powerhouse

Inside 10 Transporting Vacation Homes by Victoria Hagan

The sought-after designer shares inspiring getaways in her new book, Dream Spaces.

by Cara Greenberg
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Inside 10 Transporting Vacation Homes by Victoria Hagan

After 127 Years, Schumacher Is Still Keeping It Fresh

The idea of youthful fabrics and wallcoverings is no contradiction when the company is Schumacher and its creative director is Dara Caponigro.

by Cara Greenberg
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After 127 Years, Schumacher Is Still Keeping It Fresh

See the High-Style 1970s Home of a Renowned New York Preservationist

We offer the first public peek at a Joe D’Urso–designed Upper West Side apartment that hasn’t been touched in 40 years — and discover the many lessons both the space and its owners, Arlene and Bruce Simon, have to teach.

by Glenn Gissler
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See the High-Style 1970s Home of a Renowned New York Preservationist

Michael Reynolds Is the “Secret Sauce” of Photo Shoots

Top editors tout the producer, stylist and creative director as an oracle of style, but he’s more interested in collaboration than accolades.

by Mallery Roberts Morgan
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Michael Reynolds Is the “Secret Sauce” of Photo Shoots

Sara Story Believes in the Power of Posh Whimsy

The interior designer’s global, art-steeped upbringing helped her hone a singular perspective, not to mention a sense of fun.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Sara Story Believes in the Power of Posh Whimsy

Don’t Call Juan Pablo Molyneux a Maximalist

The Chilean-born designer’s rooms — at once highly curated and refreshingly boisterous — reliably defy categorization.

by Julie L. Belcove
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Don’t Call Juan Pablo Molyneux a Maximalist

The Fantastic Period Panels of Féau & Cie

There's nothing old hat about this Paris dealer's astonishing historical backdrops. Designers like Jacques Grange and Robert Couturier are deploying them in stylish residences the world over.

by Wendy Moonan
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The Fantastic Period Panels of Féau & Cie

Our Holiday Roundup of Luscious Coffee-Table Books, Part 2

In the second part of our roundup, we offer our favorite new books on architecture, fashion, furniture and jewelry.

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Our Holiday Roundup of Luscious Coffee-Table Books, Part 2
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