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The 2010 Rolls Royce Ghost

The British automaker's most powerful sedan ever takes to the streets. Plus, Red City revival, the radical reinvention of a Moroccan legend and Grand Openings, delectable debuts in Beijing, Beverly Hills, Italy and New York. Also, Lotus grows up: introducing the new supersized, super-sleek Evora.

In 1975—the same year his movie The Godfather: Part II won six Oscars at the Academy Awards—Francis...
When BMW unveiled the 2010 BMW X6 M and X5 M models at last year’s New York International Auto Show...
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A few months after the terrorist attacks against the United States on September 11, 2001, Linda and...
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Frank Rainieri and Tom Fazio are a perfect twosome. Rainieri, CEO of the Puntacana Resort &...
Great Britain’s colonial legacy in India is a controversial subject, but few would question the...
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As its name suggests, the Ducati Multistrada was conceived to do much more than simply travel down...
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After four years of renovations, the Glenmere estate in New York’s Hudson Valley opened as a resort...
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The Sawtoothed peaks of the Dolomites surround San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge, a 16th-century maso (...
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Japanese architect Paul Tange, son of architect Kenzo Tange, describes the shape of the Fairmont...
Photo by Don Riddle
In a city filled with sushi bars, the new Culina, Modern Italian, restaurant at the Four Seasons...
The latest mechanical watch from Richard Mille, the RM 027 Tourbillon ( www.richardmille.com ), is...
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Classic Recreations’ Shelby G.T.500CR ( www.classicrecreations.com ) is the first continuation car...
Montblanc is perpetuating its 19-year-old Patron of Art series with handcrafted writing instruments...
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Austrian motorcycle manufacturer KTM has designed its new superbike, the 1190 RC8 R ( www.ktm.com...
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Unveiled at the Miami International Boat Show in February, Cigarette Racing Team’s 46' Rider,...
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A series of new pieces from Santa Fe–based Stone Forest blurs the line between art and function...
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After 20 years designing jewelry for Tiffany & Co. and David Yurman, among others, Ward Kelvin...
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Combining the classic style of an oxford with the rubber sole of an athletic shoe, the new Isaia...
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Great wine is the product of the relationship between the vintner and the land; yet it is also...
1963 Ferrari 400 Superamerica Aerodynamico The 400 Superamerica—the ultra-performance GT that made...
For Rolls-Royce , finding the golden mean between modernity and tradition in the development of a...
After a 103-year hiatus, the Ghost model name has reemerged at Rolls-Royce. The original Silver...
San Onofre in South Orange County, Calif., is an ideal break for novice surfers because of its...
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Unlike the sons of some highly successful men, 28-year-old Evan Yurman did not shy away from...
When Colin Chapman founded the Lotus Engineering Company in 1952, he adhered to one simple idea: "...
Aquarium designer Martin Schapira’s love affair with marine life began in the third grade. "My...
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Necessity was indeed mother to Alex Soldier’s inventions. As a young man, he lived in Russia’s...
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Over a career spanning 58 years, Benjamin Menendez has worked in every major cigar-producing...
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Former motorcycle drag-racing legend Terry Vance likes to take a hands-on approach to running his...
A dietary practice known for its privations—no caffeine, dairy, refined sugar, chemical additives,...
During the Nazi occupation of his native Denmark, Henning Koppel (1918–1981) fled to Sweden with...
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On December 31, 1914, the social pages of The New York Times cheerfully informed readers that...