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Elena Clavarino

Elena Clavarino is an Associate Editor for AIR MAIL. Born in Milan, Clavarino lives in New York, where she writes about culture, travel, fashion, and food.

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Seeing the World Through Rossi-Colored Glasses

Over the course of the 20th century, the Italian designer and architect Aldo Rossi left his mark on everything from coffeepots to Venice’s La Fenice opera house. His catalogue raisonné pays homage to a postmodern visionary

Carla Frayman

The jet-setting D.J. who goes by “Carlita” uses her classical-music background to curate sets for party-goers around the world

Sacha Floch Poliakoff: These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Giorgio Morandi: Masterpieces from the Magnani-Rocca Foundation

Bob Dylan: Retrospectrum

Oskar Kokoschka

Rebuilding Notre Dame

A Bigger Splash

More than 300 images, from paintings to oceanographic maps, collected in a new coffee-table book, provide a multifaceted look at oceans and the marine world

Old Friends: Francesco Clemente, David Salle, Julian Schnabel

High Times in José Ignacio

How a pair of restaurants helped turn a sleepy Uruguayan fishing town into a worldwide destination—without sacrificing its charm

Pattie Boyd’s Life in Pictures

She married George Harrison and then Eric Clapton, was a muse for Mary Quant and David Hockney, and was photographed by David Bailey and Norman Parkinson, among others. Now the English model is publishing a book about it all

Amor y Amargo


Stanley Whitney: Paintings on Paper

Portrait Mode

Milan’s best new hotel, Portrait, comes courtesy of the Ferragamo family and brings equal doses of history, tradition, glamour, and edge

Darcy Miller


Leonard Cohen: Everybody Knows

Born in Ukraine

Willy Guhl: Thinking with Your Hands

Gardens of Dreams

Ancient Britain from Up High

A new coffee-table book collects stunning photographs of Great Britain’s ancient sites, from Stonehenge to Cadbury Castle

Himali Singh Soin: Static Range

Deconstructing Power: W. E. B. Du Bois at the 1900 World’s Fair

Arthur Timothy: Postcards from a Promised Land

Fabrice Hyber: The Valley