FROM THE ARCHIVE: As the dive boat sets aground on the shore of an uncharted desert isle, I imagine our group as the castaways from Gilligan’s Island.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: In the art world, he isn’t just a star—he’s his own galaxy, and he’s credited with nothing less than changing the direction of abstract painting.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Born to dance, and living to act, Neve is an accomplished performer.
Author Yann Martel discusses Pi, writing and a life of the mind.
Hollywood glamour is back, you see. And poised at the forefront of this design movement is none other than Kelly Wearstler, Los Angeles’s lady of luxury.
An Italian-made grand piano has captured the imagination of several legendary pianists, so much so that a few internationally renowned pianists, including the likes of Herbie Hancock and Louis Lortie, have declared the Fazioli to be their piano of choice.
Myriad are the creations of Craig Bragdy Design, a company that specializes in murals—the conventional wall type, as well as ones made specially to decorate the bottoms of pools and fountains.
British designer Donald Starkey was meandering through the streets of Paris, seeking fine fabrics and objets d’artfora yacht owner, when he glanced in the window of a small art gallery.
Once upon a time, tomatoes were prized for their flavour. Lumpy and irregular contours were overlooked in favour of sweetness, tanginess, saltiness, earthiness and that oh-so-indescribable tomato essence.