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The Modern Art of Divorce

What’s bad for billionaires Harry and Linda Macklowe is very, very good for art collectors

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The View from Here

Fuel shortages, empty supermarket shelves, and bleak holidays ahead: in London, Brexit is finally making itself heard

Underneath the Velvet Underground

Todd Haynes turns to documentary to get at the heart of Lou Reed’s 1960s New York City band

Just Arrived • October 16, 2021
Issue No. 118
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New Arrivals

Room Service, Please! Few things in life are better than a visit to a familiar, first-rate hotel. So after you check in and order up a club sandwich, spoil yourself with these special discoveries from, and reminiscent of, favorite properties around the globe—as well as some items to get you there in style


Swans Along Fifth Avenue A new book feeds our continuing fascination with Truman Capote—and the society beauties he loved and hated

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M.I.6 and All That

Petty Clash The left-leaning Paul Samuelson and right-leaning Milton Friedman went to their graves disagreeing with each other over economics

Cosmic Yuri A new biography details the life of Yuri Soloviev, the best ballet dancer you’ve never heard of

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Guest Edit

My Favorite Things After spending more than 20 years as a special correspondent for Vanity Fair, Amy Fine Collins is now synonymous with high fashion. Herewith, the AIR MAIL Editor at Large shares her top shopping picks of the moment


La Dolce Marina A documentary on the Italian film producer Marina Cicogna, who worked with everyone from Sergio Leone to Franco Zeffirelli, premieres in Rome

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