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Parlaying a Watchmaker’s History Into Brand Appeal


Watch houses, eager to bring attention to their history, are organizing their own museum exhibitions and in turn giving their brands extra panache.

It’s the Face That Sells a Watch


Luxury brands, their marketers and designers know that it is first and foremost the dial that draws the buyer in. And the hour markers are the key style component.

Collecting Charlotte Perriand’s Wood Furniture


With pieces ranging from elegant free-form tables to simple, Alpine-inspired stools and benches, the French designer made rustic oak, fir, and pine look chic–even voluptuous

Santiago Calatrava’s Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas


The innovative architect unveils his new addition to the city’s skyline

The Natural History Museum of Utah’s Organic yet Dramatic Look


Designed by Todd Schliemann to follow the contours of its natural setting, the structure bears a striking resemblance to the geological wonders housed within

Darren Star’s Bel Air Home


The television mogul recruits architect Mark Rios and designer Waldo Fernandez to breathe new life into his classic Hollywood residence

Istanbul’s Top Hotels, Restaurants, and Shops


Whether you’re looking for Iznik tiles or handmade jewelry, our report takes you beyond the Grand Bazaar to the very best the Turkish port has to offer

Fortuny’s Heritage-Inspired Pillow Collection


New York designer Malcolm James Kutner’s line of pillows for the venerable Venetian fabric house puts a fresh spin on the company’s classic patterns

The Bold Work of Charline von Heyl


With her richly dissonant, enigmatic canvases, the artist continually pushes painting in compelling new directions

Julianne Moore’s Verdant New York City Garden


After a false start designing her own garden, the actress taps Brian Sawyer to give her a playful, romantic sanctuary in the heart of the West Village

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