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At Sir John Soane’s Museum in London, the architect’s Model Room and private chambers are being revealed for the first time after a lengthy restoration

Links We Love – What We’re Reading This Week—May 15, 2015


AD’s favorite stories from around the web

Is Your Child Your Excuse to Buy an Apple Watch?


The Apple Watch does exactly what I wanted it to do: helps me to connect when I need to, and disconnect when I don’t.

New Event in Paris to Honor Watches and Jewelry


Prizes to be given to the best in each luxury house’s new collection.

Men in Suits Rob Manhattan Watch Store, Police Say


Three or four men smashed a display case at the Tourneau store on Madison Avenue, the police said. No injuries were reported.

Apple Watch: A Test Run for Travelers


Will the Apple Watch become as indispensable on the road as a passport? Siri won’t say. But we will.

The Apple Watch: More Than Just a Bracelet


For the first installment of his new column, T’s critic at large Jody Rosen considers the cultural history of the gadget everyone’s talking about.

Black Out


Everything on these timepieces — from the dial and the numbers to the straps — has gone dark. A bright idea, indeed.

John Mayer’s Wrist Is a Wonderland


The singer and songwriter talks about his passion for watches and his collection, which he estimates is valued “in the tens of millions.”

Are You Man Enough for a Small Watch?


Tastemaker watch brands are putting their weight behind neoclassic models built to human scale, each sending a message of cool midcentury elegance
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