I always admired interior designers and architects for their agility in making decisions that affect how we live; there is a lot of excitement when it comes to the work of home renovation, but also stress and uncertainty. (I admit to having sleepless nights caused by the measurements of the doors and the tones of the matt varnish on the floor.) Madrid-based Cano Estudio helped us by transforming our ideas into spaces, and contributing with theirs when we didn’t have any.
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FROM THE HOTTEST PRODUCTS TO THE COOLEST LAUNCHES, HERE’S THE LOW - DOWN ON THE LATEST IN THEM MARKET
THE LATEST COLLECTION FROM GUCCI DÉCOR REINVENTS PRINTS FROM THE FASHION HOUSE’S ARCHIVES INTO VINTAGELIKE HOMEWARE
FASHION DESIGNER PETER COPPING FUSES TASSELS, BROCADES AND EMBROIDERY INTO A NEW COLLECTION OF LUXE, SUPER-SOFT FURNISHINGS
BIDRI METALWORK GOES GLOBAL AT EVOKE LONDON, A NEW STORE THAT CELEBRATES CRAFTSMANSHIP FROM INDIA AND AFRICA
ON A QUIET WEST LONDON STREET, FASHION DESIGNER ASHISH GUPTA’S VIVID HOME CATERS TO HIS ESCAPIST FANTASIES
DIOR COLLABORATES WITH BHARTI KHER ON A HANDBAG EMBLAZONED WITH THE ARTIST’S SIGNATURE BINDIS
DIANA KELLOGG THE NEW YORK BASED ARCHITECT BRIDGES THE GAPS OF GEOGRAPHY, CULTURE AND LANGUAGE TO BUILD A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN THE MYSTIC DESERTS OF JAISALMER. WELCOME TO THERAJKUMARI RATNAVATIGIRLS SCHOOL
The superstar designer’s Hong Kong apartment makes a compelling case for the slow life in a fast city
INTRODUCING OUR NEW CONTRIBUTING EDITORS. THE CLEVER TASTEMAKERS WE RELY ON FOR INSIDER INSIGHT. FROM NEW YORK TO VENICE AND MUMBAI TO DELHI, WE DRESSED THEM ALL IN GUCCI FOR THEIR FIRST DAY AT WORK
THE ADVENTURES OF MINI AND MOUSE IN DUBAI. TALIB CHOUDHRY, THE EDITOR OF AD MIDDLE EAST, EXPLORES CORNERS OF HIS HOME THROUGH A SERIES OF PORTRAITS OF HIS ADORABLE CATS
PLEASE FORGIVE ME
BEDRIDDEN AND FRAIL, THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH HAS FINALLY REVEALED THE TRUTH ABOUT HIS MANY INDISCRETIONS TO HIS LONGTIME WIFE, QUEEN ELIZABETH II.
25 Years of the Crusher Camaro
I’m gonna tell the story of the Crusher Camaro because it’s celebrating 25 years as a project and because it’s presented me with a fresh dilemma. The story begins in 1994 when California law allowed gasoline companies to crush older cars in exchange for smog credits that allowed continued polluting from wells and refineries.
$75 BILLION IN BAND-AIDS WON'T CURE AILING AIRLINES
REGAL CINEMAS ANNOUNCED in early October that it will temporarily close all 536 of its U.S. locations as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to keep customers away. This move affects about 40,000 employees across the country. Yet nobody in Congress is talking about a bailout for theaters
Pack the Supreme Court, Or Strip Its Powers?
A proposal to restrict the court’s authority over certain laws stirs interest on the left
As Trump Holds Back, Tech Firms Step In On Election Security
Adam Schiff was in the audience at the 2018 Aspen Security Forum when a Microsoft executive mentioned an attempted hacking of three politicians up for reelection. It was the first that Schiff, then the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, had ever heard of it.
Bryan Garst’s Garage-Built ’56 Chevy Pickup
Blue Jeans & Country Dreams
Use your worn-out jeans and plaid shirts to create a country quilt with lots of memories.
BEZOS MAY TESTIFY ON BIG TECH, BUT WITH OTHER CEOS
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is willing to testify to the congressional panel investigating the market dominance of Big Tech, but along with other tech industry CEOs, lawyers for the company say, according to a published report.
TWITTER TO LABEL DISPUTED COVID-19 TWEETS
Twitter announced it will start alerting users when a tweet makes disputed or misleading claims about the coronavirus.
Free Online Learning Activities to Keep Your Kids Busy
Whether or not you have a degree in education, if you have kids, you’re now a teacher. Fortunately there are many online resources to keep them entertained. Some have always been free; others are now gratis thanks to companies dropping paywalls while schools are closed. You can take your kids on a virtual museum visit, secretly teach them chemistry with cooking, and get some phys ed into their days with digital dance-offs. Best of all, a lot of these are self-directed, so you can get work done or take some time for yourself while your kids are having fun and getting educated.