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  1. Brooke Garber Neidich commands attention—not only because she cochairs the Whitney Museum of Amer­ican Art’s board of trustees and cofounded the Child Mind Institute, a nonprofit organization devoted...
  2. "As a collector myself, I became disillusioned as I discovered how much watch brands relied on outside suppliers to create their pieces," says Fabien Lamarche, who founded a new boutique watch...
  3. Old beer cans found in mid-20th-century homes could be more valuable than you think.
  4. Like many vacation-home communities, the new Limassol Marina in Cyprus offers homeowners direct access to a beach. But this $470 million development in the eastern Mediterranean presents an even more...
  5. The arrival in 1905 of a railroad and a ski run quickly transformed the humble farming village of Gstaad, Swit­zerland. Within a decade, three luxury hotels—Gstaad Palace, Grand Hotel Park, and Grand...
  6. Valparaíso may be the cultural capital of Chile—and a gateway to the Chilean wine country—but until the Palacio Astoreca Hotel opened its Victorian doors this past October, the lodging options for...
  7. Over the course of its century-and-a-half-long history, London’s Café Royal witnessed the mischief of patrons from Wilde, Churchill, and Shaw to Bardot, Taylor, and Bowie. The storied bar-cum-...
  8. Though most well-dressed men are familiar with such signature Hermès pieces as the brand’s H-shaped belt buckle and elegantly patterned neckties, even the cognoscenti remained unaware of the French...
  9. Influenced by Tuscany’s rustic farmhouses and crafted from the finest European-sourced stone and timber, this contemporary Italian-inspired estate in Southern California radiates splendor while still...
  10. The definition of a supercar has changed from one era to another in accordance with what has seemed super at different times. The term seems to have been coined in 1920 in an advertisement for the...

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