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A Wolfe in Chic Clothing My father, Tom Wolfe, was a perfect Southern gentleman who always seemed to be butting heads with the literary establishment

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Not a Rosé Future It’s the best of times and the worst of times for the quintessential summer drink. Hotter temperatures have boosted the wine’s popularity, but they’re also threatening its vineyards

J’adore Redux What does it take to reimagine one of the most treasured fragrances of all time? The new Dior perfumer tackles the J’adore mystique head-on. Our beauty-and-wellness guru sniffs around

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François Halard’s Favorite Things The photographer answers 33 of life’s most pressing questions

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Family Therapy For Vanderbilt heir and CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, writing a book on the rival American Astor dynasty with co-author Katherine Howe was the equivalent of family therapy

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Daddy Issues The Steve Jobs and Leonardo da Vinci biographer Walter Isaacson reveals what drew him to Elon Musk—and how a rare conversation with Musk’s father shed light on the billionaire entrepreneur’s erratic (to put it lightly) behavior

Better by Design A new book offers a survey of the U.S. Embassies built during the Cold War, designed by some of the world’s most celebrated architects, including Walter Gropius, Eero Saarinen, and Edward Durell Stone

A Cry from the Submerged Life The protagonist of J. M. Coetzee’s new novel, The Pole, is a Polish pianist who bears an uncanny resemblance to the Nobel Prize–winning author

A Tweed Apart Featuring more than 200 looks, a sweeping retrospective of Coco Chanel’s life and career goes up at the Victoria and Albert Museum

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My Favorite Things Courtney Applebaum, the discerning interior designer favored by The Row’s Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, highlights the display-worthy essentials that fill her Los Angeles home

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Putin Turns on the Jews The Kremlin is both increasingly anti-Semitic and intent on staunching the brain drain to Israel and the West

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