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Is Switzerland's run as the world's top watch producer over?
This season's metallics are far from subtle, so shore up your confidence and prepare to cause a stir on the social scene.
Beauty meets creativity and practicality this month, with luxurious results.
These five international skincare companies are using innovation and science to bring a little bit of their world to the US.
With a stock list to die for, Manhattan Motorcars is the final word in luxury autos.
The first commandment of gadgetry? Thou shalt covet - even if the products are still a world away.
Looking for a shot of pure cultural goodness this month? Read on.
Philippe Starck is redefining Downtown at Dwell95.
Lady Liberty first welcomes immigrants to NYC. Today their descendants - and legions of newcomers - still shape Manhattan's neighborhoods.
According to Governor Mario M. Cuomo, who wrote this forward for the children's picture book C is for Ciao: An Italy Alphabet by Elissa Grodin (available in January from Sleeping Bear Press), immigrant history is something not to be forgotten. After all,
From ultraluxe holistic skincare to organic housecleaning, going green has never looked so good (or been so easy). We track down the best eco ideas in the city.
When it comes to ridding the planet of those evil (read: nonbiodegradable) plastic trash bags, Tony Tracy and Michael Caridi are making a green sweep.
The historic Seaport gets a much-needed tweak.
Global go-getter Jason Oliver Nixon picks his current international style inspirations and suggests ways to capture those foreign looks in your own abode.
Fifteen cast members, one hour to film them. We sat down with the current crop of SNL talent, and got their thoughts on SNL, potential skits for James Franco, and whether Adnan is guilty.