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POMEGRANATES, PILAFS, AND THE BOUNTY OF BAKU “The capital city of Azerbaijan is home to a fantastical rising skyline, rose-scented markets, and the world’s last great undiscovered cuisine.” - photography: Jason Lang - text: Anya Von Bremzen - Saveur February / March 2017

  • An array of Azeri sweets, including a starbust of almond-cardamom pakhlava (recipe in latest issue)
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RIHANNA TAKES FLIGHT - photography: Mariano Vivanco - fashion editor: Mel Ottenberg - hair: Yusef - makeup: Francesca Tolot - manicure: Jimmie Kyees - grooming: Rob Scheppy - production: Shelly Tassin - prop styling: Gille Mills - location: Santa Paula Airport, California - male models: Adonis, Deryl George, Matthew Nosa & Tom Pricone - Harper’s Bazaar March 2017

  • “There’s something so special about a woman who dominates in a man’s world. It takes a certain grace, strength, intelligence, fearlessness, and the nerve to never take no for an answer. Amelia Earhart was such a dynamic force in her industry, setting multiple aviation records in her time. So it was a no-brainer for me to team up with Harper’s Bazaar in honor of a woman who held her own with the big boys.” ~ Rihanna

featured designers: Hermès jacket, pants, belt & shoes - Stella McCartney jacket & pants, Ray-Ban sunglasses, Hermés shoes - Tod’s coat, Emporia Armani boots, vintage hat & goggles

menswear: School NYC flight jacket - Louis Vuitton jumpsuit - Linda Farrow sunglasses - Peter Nappi boots - Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci flight suit 

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BERGDORF GOODMAN, New York

Crimson Peak inspired window sets at Bergdorf Goodman - incorporating original props and set pieces from the movie.

Love how theatrical these displays are!!  

There was… an attempt to mimic (haha) the Don’t Starve style. Major props to people who can do it. But yes, I feel like Mimikyu might have a rough time if they somehow ended up on the island. Poor little guy’s gonna need a sewing kit

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MASTERS OF CEREMONY - “A cup of tea isn’t merely a drink; It’s the history of the world itself…Before set, before oil, before cars or guns or Coca-Cola, there was tea - one of civilization’s first truly global commodities as well as one of its most enduring and beloved.” ~ Heidi Johannsen Stewart - photographs by Anna Williams - prop styling by Amy Wilson (full story CN Traveler January 2015)

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