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Out, Damn Pollutants

Designer Mathieu Lehanneur not only comments on our relationship with our environment—he also aims to improve it.

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The Best Shops in Dallas

They buy and buy big. And they never stopped. Nandita Khanna chronicles the tribal rites and consuming rituals of a rare and coveted breed.

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New York City: TriBeCa Hot Spots

In the last year, TriBeCa has ushered in a new era of sophisticated maturity even as the neighborhood maintains its edge and creative cachet.

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The Flower Child

She still believes in the good fight and peace signs, of course, but her jewelry reflects a slightly more glittering worldview.

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Reflections on Gardening

What price glory asks this one-time Wall Street trader–cum–urban gardener.

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Machine Age–Inspired Design

Institutional design, from safes to jets.

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Inspirational Architecture

Giovanni Giaconi creates exquisite architectural renderings.

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France's Distinctive, Affordable Champagne

Small-scale and artisanal, Champagne’s grower-producers are making some of France’s most distinctive bubbly—at remarkably fair prices.

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The Cult of Craftsmanship

When is a bag not just a bag, a jacket not just a jacket? When artisans spend hours upon days perfecting a weave, stitching a lapel, or placing...

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The Hottest Snowboards of 2009

Inside and out, today’s gear embraces cutting-edge technology and style.