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The Ideal Bag


The Ideal Bag

Métier’s Closer is the day-to-night briefcase of your dreams.

De Boer on the move in the dining room, the main bar and open kitchen in view.


Old-Fashioned Luxury, With Simple Ingredients

With Stissing House, Clare de Boer brings her fresh, unfussy food to Pine Plains,...

Making the Cut


Making the Cut

A knife expert’s tips on upping your game in the kitchen.

Adventurous travelers enamored of austerely beautiful Patagonia shouldn't miss Museo Leleque, a museum in the Chubut region of Argentina that traces Patagonia's 13,000-year history. Opened by Carlo Benetton, who has 2.3 million acres in the region, the museum's exhaustive collection of artifacts—which is documented in a terrific companion book sold at the museum—was donated by the late Ukrainian émigré Pablo S. Korschenewski, who convinced Benetton to open Leleque first by mailing him ancient stone orbs and old photographs. "It was his life's work," says Benetton. 54-11-4326-5156;


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