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Night Watch

The Patek Philippe is sublime, but that Rolex Submariner doesn’t look bad with black tie either, even if the wettest thing in sight is a dry...

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Material Comfort: Smart Advice for Smart People

Lesson 1: How to Buy Luxury Insurance.

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Man of the Cloth

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A Triumphant Return

After a two-decade absence, the original outlaw machine is back in a big way.

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Message in a Bottle

French perfumer Jacques Guerlain created L’Heure Bleue after twilight walks in his garden. Nearly a century later, Jean Nathan finds magic in...

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The Evolution of the Cadillac

It’s been a while since they were the height of cool. But the new CTSs could change all that.

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Porcelain Droll

After nearly two decades of designing for distinguished firms, Peter Ting turns to creating clever, fantastical art objects.

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Heavenly Figures

Through one family’s passion and generosity, the art of Neapolitan crèche scenes lives on in New York.

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Eva’s Ardor

Having escaped Stalin, the Nazis, and whims of fashion, Eva Zeisel is still turning out her gentle, affable brand of modernism at 100. For