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City Strong


The 100 Resilient Cities program works to address environmental and economic challenges facing urban centers today



The Tennessee-born Bjorn Bjorholm travels to Japan to pursue his love of bonsai

Show Time


The Architectural Digest Home Design Show will return to Pier 94 this March

Mixed Media


Suzanne Rheinstein’s Los Angeles showroom will play host to the glorious collages of former antiquarian Jean-Charles de Ravenel

Slice of Paradise


Thom Filicia will transform the rooftop of the James Royal Palm hotel for this year’s AD Oasis at Art Basel Miami Beach

Natural Selection


Artist Michele Oka Doner teams with Christie’s New York for a selling exhibition featuring ninety works from her personal collection

Cutting Edge


Waterford Crystal and design duo Craig & Karl create a collection of limited-edition vases

What to Wear This Week: Nov. 3


Explore keeping time with a device other than your smartphone.

The Political Power Watch Stops Ticking


For the contemporary technocrat, the timepiece art-object has been replaced by an Everyman tool that sends a more politically palatable message: youth, fitness, fiscal prudence.

British Design Meets Swiss Craftsmanship


The London-based company Uniform Wares, known for its streamlined styles, is releasing a new collection of timepieces assembled in the watchmaking capital.
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