On the Cover: Holding Court - Roger Federer Reclaims his throne
After a career-threatening injury, and as the oldest top-ranked player, Roger Federer should be planning for retirement. But he’s enjoying tennis too much to stop just yet
Philanthropist Sarah Arison has made it her mission to support the next generation of great artists.
Rosemary’s Baby feels as relevant today as when it debuted.
Artist Helen Frankenthaler’s stepdaughter Lise Motherwell recalls their summers together in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Barnes & Noble chairman Len Riggio and his wife, Louise, have created an art oasis at their Hamptons house.
As Gillian Flynn’s first novel, Sharp Objects, comes to the small screen, she and stars Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson show they aren’t afraid to tackle big topics.
The Auböck family has built a temple to craftsmanship, animated by the belief that everyday items can be elevated to the level of art.
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Style maven Amanda Brooks; Juergen Teller’s World Cup exhibition; updating a Santa Fe motel; Louis Vuitton’s first oud fragrance; Alberto Giacometti; Andy Puddicombe; The Museum of Ice Cream; Erwin Wurm’s Hot Dog Bus in Brooklyn; men’s skin care from Marie Veronique; Hermès’s latest Chaîne d’Ancre collection; Gourmet stadium fare; artist Charles White; Valentino collaborates with Moncler; new home for the Swiss Institute; summer films