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Costume Designer Judianna Makovsky Takes Us Behind-the-Scenes With Captain America

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

When I called Judianna Makovsky for a chat, Gary Ross happened to be on the other line — no big deal. Nominated for three Oscars, the costume designer has had a long run in the movie business without ever limiting herself to any one specific genre. Sure, she's worked with Ross several times (from 1988's Big to 2003's Seabiscuit to their most recent Peter Pan project), but that's because her decision to work on a film is hugely influenced by the people backing it.

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Glam Up Your Landscape With Opulent Luxuries' Bespoke Gemstone Designs

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Semi-precious gemstones are constantly used in jewelry designs, but it's not often that we see them dedicated to home décor and landscape in stand-out ways. Bespoke company Opulent Luxuries, founded by Jeff Rutstein, sources some of the world's finest A/A+ gemstones found in secluded regions of Brazil and custom creates pretty much anything you could ever ask for. 

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Letters from Ernest Hemingway to Marlene Dietrich, One of Her Custom Tuxedos & More at LA Auction

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

An exclusive collection of Marlene Dietrich memorabilia, including racy letters between the star and author Ernest Hemingway and one of her iconic custom-made tuxedos, will be auctioned off in Los Angeles in April. 

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Legendary Musician Wayne Kramer Chats About Changing the World One Guitar at a Time

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  1 Comment

Wayne Kramer is one of the greatest guitarists alive (just ask Rolling Stone) and he is doing everything he can to use that talent to leave the world a little better off than he found it. Many will know the 65 year old as the co-founder of the '60s Detroit rock group MC5 (Motor City 5), a huge influence on the future of punk rock and heavy metal.

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Inside the World of Divergent: Stars Chat About Auditions, Training, Fears & Favorite Scenes

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Divergent is without a doubt, one of the most highly anticipated flicks to come around since the first Hunger Games, with fans of the books practically salivating at the thought of seeing their favorite characters come to life. Sure, most people are excited to see Shailene Woodley and Theo James portray the two lovers at the heart of the story, but personally, I was more excited to see Ben Lloyd-Hughes and Christian Madsen play my two favorites from the book: Will and Al.

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Meet the Woman Who Went From a Warzone to the Top of South Florida's Real Estate Game

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Courtney Driver

South Florida is known for many things, included among them being a very nice place to call home. Pleasant weather, a vibrant environment and quick flights to New England up north and the Caribbean down south, make the region attractive to pretty much everyone in North America. It’s no surprise that the real estate market is booming, but what may surprise you is the woman who is the powerhouse behind over 250 million dollars worth of the sales.

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Our 6 Favorite Talents & Designs From This Year's Ambiente in Frankfurt

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

In case you missed it, the annual Ambiente consumer event in Frankfurt was held last week, where 4,724 exhibitors from 89 countries showcased their collections to more than 144,000 visitors. Though based in Germany, more than half of the buyers came from outside the country, which proves just how big Ambiente has become over the years.

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Body Painter John Neyrot Dishes On Painting Fainting Models and Being Invited to the Playboy Mansion

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Erin Fitzpatrick

John Neyrot’s career is the envy of guys everywhere: Not only does he photograph girls in bikinis for a living, but his job also entails painting girls’ naked bodies — a few times at the Playboy Mansion, no less. Oh, and jetting off to exotic locales is also part of the job description. As much as his life seems perfect, especially among you Sports Illustrated Swimsuit fans out there, he promises that his path wasn’t always as exciting.

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Maharaja's Extravagant $3M Banquet Service On Display in Germany's Faberge Museum

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The Maharaja of Patiala was known for many things (like officially fathering 88 kids!), but is especially remembered for his lavish and extravagant tastes — especially the "Patiala Necklace" Cartier made using almost 3,000 diamonds. It only makes sense that his dining preferences reflected this, especially his banquet service which was crafted by the England's leading gold and silversmiths. 

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New Yaşam Şaşmazer Art Installation Tames the Darkness Within Our Psyches

Dec 31, 1969  |   Contributor: Rana Babac

This month, the Tophane-i Amire Culture and Arts Center in Istanbul hosts a very special exhibition by Yaşam Şaşmazer called Metanoia, a psychological term that refers to the process of reforming the psyche for self-healing during psychological breakdowns or an existential crisis. 

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