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Bathing Suits for Women: The Suits You Need to Suit Your Shape

Do you get overwhelmed every time swimsuit season comes around? Whether you’re freaking out or feeling just fine, it’s going…

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Art Amassed by Ex-Chief of Banco Santos Heads to Sotheby's

Former Banco Santos president Edemar Cid Ferreira once covered the walls of his São Paulo home with Man Ray photographs,…

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'The Square' Review: Satire With All the Right Angles

The first things you may notice about Christian, the conflicted hero of Ruben Östlund’s “The Square,” are that he’s tall,…

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Cut Through the Confusion of In-Flight Wi-Fi

Travelers used to struggle to figure out if their flight was going to have Wi-Fi. Now the question is whether…

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Where to Travel in 2018, From Madagascar to Scotland's Coolest City

1. Faeroe Islands Leave it to an obscure archipelago between Norway and Iceland to take on Google. Last year, camera-strapped…

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Christie’s to Sell Works From Bass Estate

Before Nancy Lee Bass met Texas oilman Perry Richardson Bass at a Fort Worth dance and married him in 1941,…

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The Room-Service Revolution: How Hotels Are Upping Their Game

THERE COMES A MOMENT during every long trip when you run out of energy to leave the hotel and forage…

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How Developers Sell the Promise of a Luxury Lifestyle

When potential buyers tour a model luxury apartment in West New York, N.J., they can plop on the couch or…

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Review: Philip Pullman Returns to Lyra's Oxford in 'The Book of Dust'

Seventeen years after Philip Pullman killed God in the final volume of his trilogy of fantasy novels, “His Dark Materials,”…

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Christian Louboutin on France's Worst City and the World's Best Street Food

IF YOU’VE EVER had the opportunity to observe J. Lo, J. Law, Princess Caroline of Monaco or Ryan Gosling from…

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The Science Behind Coincidence

Chances are you’ve had a coincidence in your life, maybe a particularly memorable one that makes you wonder why. Carol…

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The Backpacks Are Coming: Why Execs Are Ditching Their Briefcases

Though he hasn’t been in the workplace for long, 26-year-old Miguel Osio has already seen it undergo a strange transformation.…

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