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Snap Judgments

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A bid for style

The late John Traina was often in the spotlight because of his marriages—to Danielle Steel and Dede Wilsey—but he caught people’s eye in his own right, too, for his devotion to great style. His look was impeccable, and pure dandy: beautifully tailored suits and tuxes with a... Read More »

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Retail run

In San Francisco, high-design boutiques are launching, expanding, and being reconfigured at the most rapid pace in years. Read More »

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Holiday history lessons

Vintage paper packages tied up with string are one of Brad Parberry's favorite thing.  Read More »

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2011

11/23


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Seeing red

This winter, the style set is sporting head-to-toe looks in brilliant shades of crimson, scarlet, and burgundy.  Read More »

New Doors

Just in time for Black Friday, two labels are opening brick-and-mortar shops that will provide frenzied gift-givers with instant gratification.  Read More »

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Click: Best photographs of Nov. 2011

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Sandwich separation anxiety cured?

In his pre-Seinfeld days, Jason Alexander sang and danced in a McDonald’s commercial about keeping the hot beef away from the cold veggies—and now, 27 years later, Will Archie has tackled another component of the sandwich problem: soggy bread. The former Oracle and Salesforce.com... Read More »

Digging for diversity

Rare-plant authority Annie Hayes explains how to cultivate an uncommon garden.   Read More »

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2011

10/19


Nikki Ioakimedes | Photo: Tom Hood


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So rare it's extinct

Deppea splendens (pictured above) went extinct in the wild in the 1980s, but rare-plant expert Annie Hayes, who’s famous among flora zealots for cultivating some of the most uncommon plants in the world, just started selling the species at Annie’s Annuals & Perennials, her... Read More »

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