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Roger Federer | WSJ. Magazine, June/July 2018
Roger Federer | WSJ. Magazine, June/July 2018
Roger Federer | WSJ. Magazine, June/July 2018
Roger Federer | WSJ. Magazine, June/July 2018

Roger Federer | WSJ. Magazine, June/July 2018

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Issue 96: Summer Escapes

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

Inside:

  • 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.

And What's News....

  • 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

Published: June 2, 2018

Pages: 124