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Town & Country September 2019

Town & Country features the latest in luxury, from beautiful homes, sumptuous dining to exotic locations. In 11 gorgeous annual issues, Town & Country covers the arts, fashion and culture, bringing the best of everything to America's trendsetters

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Hearst
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t&c history

2015 AMERICAN GOTHIC Since the mid-’90s, Rick Owens has designed darkly elegant clothes for those who, as T&C noted in a 2015 feature, “telegraph their status in code.” His trademark pieces—such as distressed cashmere T-shirts and washed leather jackets, all disheveled in drape and dear in price—inspire loyalty from an unlikely mix of fans. Diane Keaton and A$AP Rocky wear Owens, as does Jack Dorsey, the silent-retreat-and-fastingloving Twitter CEO. This year Owens, who won the 2019 CFDA Menswear Designer of the Year award, is celebrating his label’s 25th anniversary. “I’m as surprised as you are that I made it this far,” he says.…

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here’s what i want

As I was leaving the Stella McCartney show in Paris, I ran into Saks president Marc Metrick (see my story on Saks’s jewelry revolution on page 85). We asked each other the customary Fashion Week questions: “When did you arrive?” “Where are you staying?” “What did you like?” I rattled off some favorites before I gave him my conclusion: One of the best things about the fall 2019 collections was that they made me really want to shop. I wanted the Celine capes and boots, the Hermès cashmere, the black Balenciaga blazer, the Givenchy florals, the Loewe pearl shirt. You will spot several of the objects of my desire in this issue, and, luckily for all of us, we have the T&C fashion team out there, always on the lookout…

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town & country

STELLENE VOLANDES Editor in Chief DANIELLE STEIN CHIZZIK Deputy Editor ERIN HOBDAY Executive Managing Editor Executive Travel Editor KLARA GLOWCZEWSKA Articles Director NORMAN VANAMEE Design Director KRISTIN FITZPATRICK Fashion Market & Accessories Director WILLIAM KAHN Style Features Director ERIK MAZA Chief Photography Director, Hearst Magazines ALIX CAMPBELL Beauty Director APRIL LONG Photo Director DARRICK HARRIS Senior Editor ADAM RATHE (Arts & Culture) Style & Interiors Writer OLIVIA MARTIN Fashion Market Editor MARYKATE BOYLAN Assistant Managing Editor ASHLEIGH MACDONALD-BENNETT Credits Editor CAITLIN MULLEN Associate Photo Editor NELIDA MORTENSEN VP of Content, Hearst Digital Media BROOKE SIEGEL Digital Director ELIZABETH ANGELL Senior Digital Editor ROXANNE ADAMIYATT Senior News Editor CAROLINE HALLEMANN Associate Digital Editor MAGGIE MALONEY Digital News Writer CHLOE FOUSSIANES Digital Designer MICHAEL STILLWELL Assistant Editor LEENA KIM Fashion Assistant CRAIG MONTAGUE Assistant to the Editor in Chief ELIZABETH CANTRELL Wine…

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contributors

JESSICA IREDALE The fall of Ralph Rucci—who lost control of his own brand in 2014—captivated the fashion world almost as much as his clothes have. In “FRIENDS WITH MONEY” (page 122) Iredale, a former fashion critic at WWD, considers Rucci’s legacy ahead of his return to Paris couture. “His work was well respected, but I sense he thinks he never fully got his due.” BEN WIDDICOMBE “Is it comforting or alarming that the world’s most powerful families are as messed up as any?” asks Widdicombe, a veteran gossip and entertainment reporter who chronicles the latest in familial dysfunction in “THE DYNASTIC SHRINK IS IN” (page 68). “It seems that so many billionaires are just one squabble away from becoming the Simpsons.” WENDY GOODMAN Though she has written about some of the world’s most interesting dwellings,…

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t & c the insider

TOWN & COUNTRY’S SIXTH ANNUAL PHILANTHROPY SUMMIT On Wednesday, May 8, T&C hosted an inspirational event focusing on philanthropy’s impact on society, delving into critical issues ranging from climate change to arts education to hunger. Philanthropists, foundation executives, and industry leaders from around the country convened at Hearst Tower in Manhattan to participate in a diverse and thought-provoking day meant to inspire change. T&C gives special thanks to its sponsors—Northern Trust, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Pomellato, and 1 Hotels & Baccarat Hotels—for their commitment to philanthropy. TO ACCESS OUR EVENTS AND PROMOTIONS, GO TO TOWNANDCOUNTRYMAG.COM/INSIDER FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM & @TOWNANDCOUNTRYMAG…

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death be not posted

It seems like many celebrity deaths ago. Yet the fumes still linger from the social media conflagration that followed the demise in one bad week in February of Karl Lagerfeld, Lee Radziwill, and Marella Agnelli. Those who knew them, and those who didn’t, grabbed their phones to broadcast conspicuous displays of grief. The model Helena Christensen’s lengthy Lagerfeld screed of sorrow on Instagram included references to fun shoots at his mansion in the south of France and a UFO she thought might have taken him away to a better world. “Of course I posted,” she told me at a dinner months later. “We were close.” Of course. In a more discreet era, mourning was observed with close ones in private. In the age of oversharing, even grieving has gone viral, and social media…

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