The self-described "terrible employee" has managed to build a thriving business creating everything from objets to interiors.
The dinner-party doyenne has entered a new season in her life, rediscovering her creativity and experiencing a second bloom.
As a stylist, Kate Schelter had to be up on the latest trends. Now, she's embracing her authentic style and helping others do the same.
The pioneering New York studio UrbanGlass — which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year — has served as an idea incubator and workshop for the likes of Robert Rauschenberg and Dale Chihuly. Today, it supports a thriving new generation of artists.
Julia Sherman visits artists in their kitchens and goes way beyond greens in celebrating what she calls "edible confetti."
As creative director of Il Pellicano — her family's 50-year-old Tuscan Coast retreat — the Rhode Island School of Design–trained architect has smartly and sensitively reimagined a mid-century legend for a contemporary clientele.
These nine designers have combined deep knowledge from years of client work with their own unfettered imaginations, to impressive effect.
Eleven years after his celebrated NYBG show, the glass artist has placed brand-new and well-known works amid the changing seasonal landscape.
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