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The career of furniture designer Maxine Snider is a case of life imitating art.
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It is not surprising that Lulu Lytle’s favorite color is eau de nil.
The Italians constantly offer reminders about why they are known for their style; they see possibilities for beauty in places and items th
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Old traditions die hard or—as a growing number of savvy European firms are demonstrating—reinvent themselves.
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Adele Cygelman, Robb Report’s home and design editor and editor of The Robb Report Collection, along with photographer Erica Lennard, reveals
When Harvard Medical School psychiatrist/psychoanalyst Martha Stark realized that she was allergic to pollen and grasses, she began studying
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