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Ashley Baker


Ashley Baker is the Style Editor for AIR MAIL. She also co-hosts AIR MAIL’s weekly podcast, Morning Meeting, alongside Deputy Editor Michael Hainey. Baker lives in New York.

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Will a Divorce Put Trump in Prison? Plus: a look at Bumble, the billion-dollar dating app; Bethany McLean on the Sackler family; and more

Brooklyn’s—and America’s?—New It Girl Kamala Harris’s 21-year-old stepdaughter, Ella Emhoff, has designs on her future

Has Hunter Biden Written the Season’s Best Book? It’s up for debate—as is the best way to drop the lockdown weight, and what exactly makes someone the new It Girl

Are You Savvier than a 16-Year-Old? More than five million fans follow Sissy Sheridan. What does she know that you don’t? Plus: the great Lego caper, and more

Non-Tipsy Tipples At Glossier, Mélanie Masarin helped people look better. Now, with Ghia, a mocktail, she’s helping people drink better

Bless This Mess Adults and kids alike will appreciate the tips and tricks for Taking the Stress Out of Homework

March 3, 2021

A Passage to India The Johri, in the “Pink City” of Jaipur, takes luxury to a new level

Other Voices, Other Rooms World-class interior decorators are now on call to help you refresh your lockdown home

Nicholas Jarecki The screenwriter and director tackles the opioid crisis with his new thriller, Crisis

On the Rails With the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express now connecting to more cities in Europe, traveling by train has never looked better

Dr. Spock for the Goopsters Lockdown meltdown has made “Dr. Becky” the child-raising guru for stressed-out millennial parents

Get Dressed! Leave it to lockdown to generate an especially intriguing couture season

Huniford At Home A new book collects the interiors of James Huniford, ranging from Connecticut barns to his own Tribeca loft

November 25, 2020

Your Feet Will Thank You Stubbs & Wootton creates a limited-edition slipper for AIR MAIL

Maria Bakalova The 24-year-old whom Rudy Giuliani couldn’t keep his hands off of—and who almost stole the Borat sequel