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Counterfeit Cosmetics: How Luxury Replicas Can Make Their Way Into Your Makeup Bag

Aug 14, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Counterfeit products are all around us. In this day and age all it takes is a simple click of the mouse to come across replicas and knockoffs, but for most luxury shoppers, these “bargains” are easy enough to avoid considering we’re not stalking the local flea market or eBay for a killer deal. Or at least that’s what we thought.

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Michelin-Starred Chef Julian Serrano Explains His Cicchetti Concept for Lago at the Bellagio

Aug 12, 2015  |   Contributor: Susan Kime

Julian Serrano is a James Beard award-winning, Michelin-starred chef known not only in Las Vegas, but worldwide. His Picasso restaurant in the Bellagio has received the AAA Five Diamond Award 13 times and now his Lago establishment (which opened in April) is pulling in a lot of attention with its fountain-side setting and Italian-inspired menu. While most people see the famous Bellagio Fountains from a distance, the best view by far is from Lago’s shaded, waterfront patio. Guests are only about 30 to 40 feet away from the dancing fountains as they dine, sometimes even feeling the fine spray—which is refreshing instead of bothersome. 

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Artist Erin Hammond Peels Back the Paint Layers to Give Us a Peek at Her Process

Jul 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Erin Hammond's art pieces are deceptively simple at first glance, a few lines drawn with color washes. But if one looks long enough, you can see layers of effort, with each addition adding further detail. With a host of influences from her cr

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Interview: Jason Segel On His Career-Defining Role and the "Real Beauty" of David Foster Wallace

Jul 28, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

When it was announced that a movie about author David Foster Wallace (Infinite Jest) was on the way, the literary world nearly imploded. Opinions were fierce, loud and on occasion, vicious. From the author’s estate publicly denouncing the project to diehard fans questioning whether a film about the figure should even be made, The End of the Tour was surrounded by skepticism.

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The Ritz's Head Concierge Discusses His 42-Year Career, the Society of The Golden Keys & Elaborate Requests

Jul 23, 2015  |   Contributor: Paul Edwards

You know a hotel has made it when it is named in the dictionary and people start writing songs about it. Of course, we’re talking about The Ritz London. And when it comes to Putting on the Ritz, the property’s Head Concierge Michael de Cozar is in a class of his own.

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Get a Local Food Expert's Tips On the Best of San Sebastianís Gastronomical Delights

Jul 23, 2015  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

A few years ago a leading panel of UK food professionals named Spain’s San Sebastian “the greatest gastronomic resort on the planet” for its one-two punch: a food scene which was described as “fiercely distinct, passionately produced and on the gastronomic cutting edge” and its overall qualities as a holiday destination. During a recent visit it became as clear as the Cantabrian Sea waters that San Sebastian pretty much sums up everything we look for in a vacation spot.

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Chef Gilberto Guidi On Honest Food, Olive Oil Farming and What it's Like Running a Rustic Trattoria in the Heart of Northern Italy

Jul 17, 2015  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

I happened upon Cà Guidi, a little bite of Italian heaven tucked away in the captivating hill town of Longiano, while I was traveling through the virtually undiscovered part (by Americans at least) of Emilia-Romagna. You can find Gilberto Guidi’s unpretentious, heart-felt cooking at Cà Guidi on the top of a winding hill that offers views of vineyards and castles.

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WILKENS Founder Wants to Make Your Initials the Logo On the W1 Suitcase

Jul 6, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Not long ago, entrepreneur Michael Wilkens found himself touring Denmark’s Egeskov Castle, when he spotted an old leather suitcase on display. Falling in love with the aesthetic and wanting a modern version for himself, Wilkens soon discovered that such a product didn’t exist in today’s market, so he set out to make it himself. 

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Celebrating 10 Talented Women in Wine: Sommelier and Ripe Life Wines Founder, Mary McAuley

Jul 5, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

There may be a large gender divide in many workplaces, but in the realm of wine, women have been steadily rising to the top. Not only do female consumers outweigh that of men, the number of female winemakers and sommeliers continue to rise every year. There are probably countless reasons as to why women are reigning supreme on the vineyard, but we’ll leave reasoning to the 10 talented ladies we recently spoke with. 

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History Lives on Through Dutch Artist Henk Pander's Paint Brush

Jun 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

With mixed emotions, Henk Pander left his native dwelling in the Netherlands for Portland, Oregon. He was only 27 when he immigrated to the United States and although already having made his mark in the art world, Henk continued on with his creative lifestyle, drawing inspiration from a new land and a new life.

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The Overnight's Adam Scott Chats Fake Penises, Awkward Preschool Camping Trips, & the Next U2 Podcast

Jun 26, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Adam Scott is one of those actors who you see everywhere, but never get enough of. Whether he’s brooding in The Vicious Kind, mocking Will Ferrell in Step Brothers, or winning our hearts in Parks and Recreation, Adam Scott is always on point with an incredible range not often seen in Hollywood. With his new indie sex comedy, The Overnight

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The Doobie Brothers Drop a Truth Bomb About Where Rock 'N' Roll is Thriving in Modern Music

Jun 22, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

When it comes to commenting on the current state of rock 'n’ roll, there’s really no band more qualified than The Doobie Brothers. They helped create the now-iconic California sound of the '70s, after all. Since first starting up back in 1970, the American rock group has sold over 40 million records and have gone through some incredibly distinct sounds.

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Celebrating 10 Talented Women in Wine: Sommelier Tara Patrick From San Francisco's Michelin-Starred Quince Restaurant

Jun 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Hailing from Charleston, South Carolina, Tara Patrick started out as the manager of a small bistro/wine retailer. She soon became the Wine Director and her love for the wine world flourished, taking her to San Francisco where she got her very first sommelier job at the Michael Mina flagship restaurant.

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TLC's Brides Gone Styled: Gretta Monahan Talks Bad Fashion, Crying Moms & Wedding Drama

Jun 15, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Weddings are a magical time in any woman’s life—the day you walk down the aisle, friends and family present, and promise your undying love to one man for the rest of your life. Only some women want to do this in fishnets and combat boots.

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The Face of Fencing: Olympian Race Imboden On Bringing the Sport Into a New Era

Jun 13, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Many of us grew up playing with wooden or plastic swords, fantasizing of being the next Dread Pirate Roberts (or Captain Jack Sparrow, depending on your frame of reference), but it’s not often that childhood play to truly leads to one’s calling in life. For Race Imboden though, a day flinging a toy lightsaber around in a park put him on... Read More

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