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A Culinary Marriage of Savory Proportions

Sep 23, 2016  |   Contributor: Susan Kime

Even though we dined at Andiron Steak & Sea months ago, the flavors of the meal still linger in our memory. While in Las Vegas, we had heard about this restaurant by two food writers. The eatery, which sits about 30 minutes outside of town in Summerlin, is the brainchild of Chef Kim Canteenwalla and his wife, award-winning restaurateur Elizabeth Blau. Together, their combined experience expresses itself through the restaurant’s design and eclectic dishes. 

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East Coast Defender Taps Into the Heart of the Aftermarket

Jul 14, 2016  |   Contributor: Jackie Bryant

What’s old is new again, as the saying goes. This has never been truer for one of the world’s most favored vehicles, the Land Rover Defender, which is living its best life in the form of a roaring aftermarket. The British four-wheel-drive off-road utility vehicle was first launched in 1948 and continued until January 2016, when the last Defender rolled off of Land Rover’s production line. This gas-guzzling cult favorite has had a storied history, beginning just after World War II, when it was introduced to keep Land Rover’s operations afloat for a few years.

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Discussing Bridal Couture With Claire Pettibone

Jul 11, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Chances are if you’re on the search for the perfect wedding dress, or you’ve been tediously planning your nuptials since middle school, you already have a favorite bridal designer. And it’s likely that Claire Pettibone is on your shortlist.

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José Andrés Stares Down Michelin Recognition

Jun 28, 2016  |   Contributor: Jackie Bryant

Spanish food is the latest trend in American dining and the United States is lucky to have a Spaniard of its very own, Chef José Andrés. He might be familiar to you if you’ve eaten in one of his many restaurants across the country or if you’re a television fan—he’s appeared on many different programs, and most notably is a recurring guest on Anthony Bourdain’s travel shows. He’s unmissable: effusive, passionate, knowledgeable and fun, José Andrés enthusiasm is impossible to not get on board with—so much so he was once named one of Time’s “100 Most Influential People,” along with “Outstanding Chef” by the James Beard Foundation. In fact, that Spanish tapas craze we mentio

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Need a Nip or Tuck? These are the Top Plastic Surgery Trends for Millennials

Jun 13, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Millennials are self-expressive, confident, open to change and are estimated to become the most educated generation in American history. But these attributes don’t just apply to their access to Google search and their willingness to roll with the latest Instagram update.

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El Celler de Can Roca: Meet the Brothers Behind the Best Restaurant in the World

Jun 9, 2016  |   Contributor: Jackie Bryant

Even after decades of accolades, including three Michelin stars and repeat appearances at number one on the “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” list, the three Roca brothers at the helm of El Celler de Can Roca place family at the heart of what they do. If Joan Roca i Fontané, the oldest brother and head chef of the legendary restaurant, had to define success, it would look like this: “Family, work, health, hospitality and generosity.” This isn’t a surprise, considering his two younger brothers, Josep, who is the sommelier, and Jordi, the pastry chef, are just as integral to the operation and success of their empire based out of Girona, Spain. All three of them refer to their indivi

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Nicole Miller Discusses Charity, Aging and Fashion Boredom

Jun 2, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

In an effort to raise money for The Clearity Foundation for Ovarian Cancer Research, Nicole Miller came to San Diego to showcase her Spring 2016 collection at the Rancho Valencia Resort.

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Perry Ellis' Daughter Breaks Away From Family Name

May 21, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

It’s easy to assume that progenies of our favorite stars or celebrities are automatically destined for success; that with minimal effort and a family name, these children can easily work their way into positions that most would have to strive and struggle to obtain. This isn’t the case with every famous family.

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An Afternoon With Chef Nobu Matsuhisa

May 10, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

It can be hard to know what a world-renowned person will be like upon meeting them for the first time. Will they be humble and gracious or carry an air of self-importance? You always hope for the former but at times, can be let down by the latter.

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Thaddeus O’Neil Discusses the Evolution of His Surf-Inspired Loungewear

Apr 19, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Fashion is evolving. Today, high-maintenance looks are giving way to the rise of athleisure and streetwear, even Uggs seem to be making a comeback. But the most relaxed runway looks still take a backseat to the loungewear designed by Thaddeus O’Neil.

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How to Curate a Closet With the Chicest International Designer Labels

Apr 11, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Some of the best pieces in any fashion lover’s closet are the ones that tell a story. The sandals you bought on your first trip to Bali, the earrings your mother bought you on your family trip to Italy or the dress you found in a nondescript boutique tucked away within the streets of Paris.

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When Wear Makes a Men’s Bag Beautiful

Apr 5, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

It’s been almost a century since Moore & Giles began working with leather, but an 83-year history and traditional outlook on style hasn’t made the American label feel outdated at all. In fact the brand just released their latest collection, a series of accessories, bags and carry-ons, that feel right at home slug over the arms of today’s modern man.

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Maarten Baas: Turning Dramatic Concepts into Usable Reality

Apr 1, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Dutch artist Maarten Baas doesn’t just craft furniture, he turns dramatic concepts into a usable reality. A graduate of the Design Academy of Eindhoven, Baas’ pieces have been nominated for various awards (including René Smeets award in 2009) and was invited by IKEA to do a week-long workshop in France, after which he was selected for the Design Academy in Tokyo. 

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Joshua Kane: British Tailoring's Enfant Terrible

Apr 1, 2016  |   Contributor: Jessica Hines

It’s not normal to do a fashion interview in a skate park, but then 31-year-old designer Joshua Kane, is not normal. He is to British tailoring what Jimi Hendrix was to the guitar.

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Stefano Pastrovich On the Future of Yacht Design

Jan 14, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

With Genoese Stefano Pastrovich at the helm, Pastrovich Studio continually creates sailing and motor yacht designs that are not only beautiful, but challenging to the status quo. From the beginning of his career collaborating with the Martin Francis Design Studio to being appointed Chief Designer at Wally Yachts to starting his own company in 2005, Pastrovich has developed a unique synergy with the sea that doesn't rely on contemporary styles or trends. 

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