David Scott Wants to Design a ‘Better Life’ for You — at Home

The New Yorker is known for creating warm, livable spaces where no detail is overlooked.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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British Gems from 1960s Still Make a Major Statement

An electric period of creation by London designers is the focus of jewelry dealer Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos's new exhibit.

by Rachel Garrahan
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Fortune, Travel, Alchemy, Death: It’s All in ‘The Paston Treasure’

Five curators break down what is happening in this bizarre 17th-century painting of a family's eclectic collection.

by Trent Morse
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1970s Corporate America Has Never Looked So Chic

Photographer Susan Ressler revisits the office life of decades past, whose style still resonates.

by David A. Keeps
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Mexico’s Sofía Aspe Uses Color to Exciting Effect

The Mexican designer’s no-holds-barred approach to styles, materials, eras and hues produces rich, vibrant interiors.

by Tracy Lynn Chemaly
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We Took Over a Historic Milan Palazzo and Filled It with Edgy Design

With "A New Breed," we showcased exceptional pieces by rising talents, a rapidly growing area of strength among 1stdibs' many offerings.

by Pilar Viladas | photos by MAREMOSSO
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Remembering French Fashion Great Hubert de Givenchy

A loving look back at the life and the oeuvre of the mid-century couturier to Bunny Mellon, the Duchess of Windsor, Jacqueline Kennedy and — most famously — Audrey Hepburn

by the Editors
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19 Dreamy Estates along Istanbul’s Coveted Waterfront

The Bosphorus may be known for its enchanting views, but the extraordinary homes lining its shores are equally alluring.

by Pilar Viladas
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This Design Duo Breaks Down Boundaries in Milan

Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto’s multifaceted firm, Studiopepe, masterfully handles everything from trend forecasting to window dressing, photo styling to interior and product design.

by Ian Phillips
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