From Clocks

A Mother’s Death, a Daughter’s Life: Remembering Natalie Wood

By KATHERINE ROSMAN March 19, 2016 LOS ANGELES — The home that Natasha Gregson Wagner shares with her husband, his sons and their daughter in Venice, a seaside neighborhood here, smells clean in a non-antiseptic way and, on a recent visit, faintly of the lilacs that rested in a vase on the kitchen countertop. Scent matters to …

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What She’s Wearing: Deniz Gamze Erguven and the Boy.Friend

Deniz Gamze Erguven wearing the Chanel Boy.Friend. By DAVID BELCHER March 19, 2016 Deniz Gamze Erguven, the 37-year-old Turkish-French director, has made the kind of feature film debut that moviemakers only dream about. “Mustang,” the story of five orphaned sisters in Turkey, was a sensation at the Cannes Film Festival last year and was among the nominees …

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The Bling Goes Here

By KATHLEEN BECKETT March 18, 2016 GLASGOW — In a small, windowless room above Royal Exchange Square in Glasgow, Summera Shaheen has been customizing watches and creating jewelry for many of the world’s professional soccer players and their teams. DaMarcus Beasley, an American defense player for the Houston Dynamo and the United States’ national soccer team, is …

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Night Out: Debra Messing on the Talk Show Circuit

March 18, 2016 By JOANNE KAUFMAN Even huddled under an umbrella Debra Messing was impossible to miss as she left “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” the other week. There was the torrent of red hair. There was the explosive, infectious laugh. “It was my first time on his show, so I was nervous,” said …

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At Patek Philippe, ‘the D.N.A. Comes In’

By MING LIU March 17, 2016 PLAN-LES-OUATES, Switzerland — Thierry and Sandrine Stern have a big year ahead. The couple — president and head of creation, respectively, at Patek Philippe — may have celebrated the watchmaker’s 175th anniversary two years ago, but 2016 looks set to be another landmark. It’s the 40th anniversary of its sporty Nautilus, …

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