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Decorator Sasha Stula transforms an outdated contemporary dwelling into an eclectic family retreat with an emphasis on the great outdoors.   When Sasha and Gordon Stula’s family outgrew Stonegate Manor, their previous historic home in Coral Gables, they turned their attention toward starting fresh in completely new environs. “We loved our 1923 home and its […]

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THE REAL PULSE

Real estate pros weigh in on how New York and California are navigating the changing real estate markets.   The country’s real estate markets have encountered their fair share of challenges in recent years that led to a series of disruptions affecting everything from buyer preferences to imbalances in supply and demand. Now the U.S. […]

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RITE OF PASSAGE

Temazcal rituals in Mexico are more than just sweat lodges. With a history steeped in healing and identity, today they define a luxury take on self-revelation. Jillian Dara investigates.   Colloquially referred to as a sweat lodge, Temazcal ceremonies are preserved healing rituals that date back to the 1300s. In pre-Hispanic times, the purification practice […]

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VIVA VIENNA

The new five-star hotel in the City of Dreams is a reverie of beauty, refinement, and mouthwatering cuisine.   Few cities awash in sunlight quite the way Vienna does. In winter, it may not happen often, but when it does, Franz Joseph, the Austrian Emperor credited for underwriting much of the Viennese historical cityscape, would […]

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DOLCE VITA

How Dolce & Gabbana keeps pushing its creative limits.   Despite launching trends since the mid-’80s Dolce & Gabbana shows no signs of slowing down. The world’s most renowned luxury lifestyle house, with products ranging from clothing, perfume, and eyewear to jewelry and home furnishing, has been celebrating several grand-scale American debuts, much to its […]

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DOWN TO A FINE ART

What’s it like to run a hip gallery concept on both coasts? The Gavlak Gallery is doing it with grace, while breaking barriers for women, LGBTQ, and BIPOC artists across the country.   Sarah Gavlak opened her contemporary gallery in Palm Beach in 2005, before iPhones and social media altered the landscape. Over the years, […]

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GOOD TASTE, GOOD CAUSE

Through its support for the Coral Gables Tour of Kitchens, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty is helping to groom tomorrow’s generation of chefs.   When Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty looks to get involved in a philanthropic cause, the company ensures said cause adheres to its corporate ethos of working with entities that help the […]

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Tropical Treasures

Weaving a touch of the tropics with the ground-breaking modern design, architect Ralph Choeff and his partners expand their mark throughout South Florida and beyond.   Cruise through the waters surrounding Miami Beach and the nearby islands, and chances are a good share of the standout waterfront homes you’ll see were designed by architect Ralph […]

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BRIT AMBITION

With bold ideas and creativity in spades, the next hub of innovation in watchmaking may be in the United Kingdom.   “The British are coming!” is a cry we seldom hear in the business of watchmaking, but upstart independent British brands aim to change all of that. The United Kingdom, after all, has a long […]

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MAKING A MARK

Financial advisors everywhere have been cautioning clients to diversify. And if you’re going to (ahem) park your cash, you may as well put it in something extraordinary.   The title was always cheeky and spot-on. And yet it was perfect, too. How to Spend It, the moniker of the weekly magazine by London’s Financial Times […]

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