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Go West, Young Homme For generations, western Long Island has been home to servicers of the more easterly Hamptons elite. Will an influx of rich Europeans change that?

The “Gomorrah” Effect Italy’s most respected Mafia-buster has embarked on the trial of the century

The Emperor’s New Paintings A would-be Robinhood for art investment is flogging shares in masterpieces by Warhol and Kusama for as little as $20. One catch? Investors will never see the art

The Cool Cat and the Prime Minister For a decade, the “Chief Mouser” has made 10 Downing Street his domain

Sister Act The next gen of Spencer girls never really knew their aunt Diana—but that won’t stop their ascent

Days of Whine and Rosés Harry and Meghan have landed the American Dream. But they just can’t stop complaining about it

When Your Life Is a True-Crime Scandal Six years after she was freed from an Italian prison and found innocent of a sensational murder, Amanda Knox looks back

Faking It Notes on TikTok’s misplaced morals and unattainable beauty standards

First Lady in Red Now that Alexei Navalny is headed for prison, his wife, Yulia, is the new face of the anti-Putin opposition

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The Birkin-bag-theft ring, and other curious news about these strange days

Dangerous Liaisons The coronavirus is catching up with its runaways, dealing revenge in the form of arrests, forced quarantines, and decrepit jails

François Catroux Married to Saint Laurent’s muse, in the 1970s he made any room he touched in Paris sizzle

Tahira Dhillon The New Delhi–based 16-year-old who founded a magazine written by teenagers, for teenagers

Me-Documentaries are the New Status Symbol Who wants to read a family history? The rich are hiring directors to tell their stories

Angry White Males Savage infighting goes public at one of London’s most exclusive private clubs

Razing Hell In Provence, France’s highest court orders a showman to destroy his opulent $69 million faux Italianate palazzo

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

John Heilpern Over a 50-year career, the journalist proved that in criticism there is no skill more powerful than a good sense of humor

Towering Inferno 666 Fifth Avenue was supposed to put the Kushners on the New York map. It’s been a devil of a headache

Fifty Shades of Desperation Will there be ravishing, bodice ripping, and throbbing members in Sarah Ferguson’s new romance novel?

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