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Since its first fragrance launched in 1981, Versace has released an extensive catalog of tantalizing scents that provide a vibrant sensory component to the designer’s extravagant clothing.
Proenza Schouler designer duo Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez returned to New York for Spring/Summer 2020 after a brief stint in Paris with a fresh collaboration.
THE ART OF SEXY
Fernando Garcia, co-creative director at both Monse and Oscar de la Renta, designs for two industry opposites.
The first release of the Prada for Adidas Limited Edition partnership is emblematic of the connection between the two ubiquitous brands.
AMERICAN POP STORY
It’s no secret that Coach’s creative director Stuart Vevers is obsessed with America.
A CHANGE OF PACE
With the release of The Slow Rush, Kevin Parker continues his meteoric rise.
PACK YOUR BAGS
A number of Louis Vuitton classics, including the Keepall bag and Horizon luggage, have been updated in the latest Taigarama collection.
Shots Of Versace
How photographer Doug Ordway became instrumental in developing Versace’s opulent image.
LE RÉEL MERVEILLEUX
Jean-Michel Othoniel instills his work with sensory revelations plucked from the real world.
The King Of Knitwear
John Targon is doing it all again.
Bold and beautiful
Quinn and Wyatt catch up, and Quinn reveals her concerns about Carter proposing to Paris.
Balancing novelty and understated luxury is key to what les vacances mean now.
Designer Luc Berger is a soft-spoken 30-something with an unassuming demeanor that belies his accomplishments: We are, after all, taking coffee at Le Meurice, a hotel that is at least partly his own design.
BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL
The Forresters rejoice as Steffy returns home from the hospital. Kelly swipes Steffy's phone to call Liam and tell him that she wants him to be there with her and her mom.
Some artists specialize in doing cartoon tattoos. Others have made black-and-grey realism their forte. Mat Rule is the rare artist who has mastered both. After falling in love with traditional and black-and-grey tattooing, he decided to combine the opposing genres to create an exceptionally unique signature style. His work literally pops off the skin and reminds us of movies like "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and "Cool World" which brought cartoons into the real world. We sat down with Rule to learn how he came up with such a show-stopping style, which characters he loves tattooing most and much more.
MAKE ROOM FOR USELESSNESS
Entrepreneurs want to make useful things. But what if that holds us back from truly inspired ideas?
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Has Paris Become the Healthiest City in the World?
It's long been the capital of wine. And cigarettes. And cheese. But lately it seems more full of virtue than vice. And an army of pedaling Parisians are thrilled.
Running's Class Clown Is Back And He Wants to Be THE BEST IN THE WORLD
Back from the brink of retirement, Craig Engels & is doubling down on his commitment to everything that makes him different.
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