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  1. For watchmakers and watch collectors alike, François-Paul Journe is a symbol of the entire independent watchmaking movement in Switzerland: an artisan who found success without surrendering control...
  2. "I think we’re going to ski that,” I say jokingly to my neighbor in the Eurocopter AS350 AStar. To our left, an absurdly vertiginous slope drops like a waterfall, one of countless death-defying...
  3. One of the most opulent spaces in New York City—the gilded Villard Mansion on Madison Avenue—has embarked on a glittering new chapter as part of a $140 million renovation of the New York Palace Hotel...
  4. This year marks the 250th anniversary of the House of Hine ( www.hinecognac.com ), which dates to 1763 and achieved fame throughout Europe under the guidance of Thomas Hine, an Englishman who...
  5. This era of the butcher-as-artist has produced a new masterpiece: the tomahawk cut. This monumental hunk of rib eye—about 2 inches thick, with a 12-inch section of bone attached to create the...
  6. Boffi’s Duemilaotto line of contemporary kitchen cabinetry, which was introduced in 2008, now includes an innovative way to conceal a washer and dryer. The first models of the multiunit shelving...
  7. The usually tranquil country roads of California’s premier wine region once again resound with the revving of supercharged engines and flash with glints of polished chrome as a select cadre of Robb...
  8. This fall, silversmith and tableware company Christofle has added a Beverly Hills showroom to its list of over 70 store locations around the globe. Though the French brand is steeped in nearly two...
  9. Over the last century, Poltrona Frau has become known worldwide not only for its au courant furniture but also for the leather it supplies to top automobile marques such as Ferrari, Maserati, and...
  10. A rare Archibald Quincy Jones estate in Trousdale—an exclusive enclave of Beverly Hills—is now on the market. The modernist architect and University of Southern California professor, better known as...

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