Forty stories above Miami, the Neptunes’ Pharrell
Williams is living
the high life—
surrounded by a mess of Murakamis, a closetful of kicks,
and enough Vuitton trunks to sink a steamer. Mayer Rus takes stock.
Graffiti artist John Matos, aka Crash, tries out a new medium: Tumi luggage.
What happens when art, fashion and old-world aristocracy collide for a
night? Artist Francesco Vezzoli takes our questions.
Kenny Scharf teams up with Movado for a playful batch of watches.
Adding to her storied mystique, Gloria Vanderbilt pens a novel that could make even the most progressive reader blush.
AKA: RONI HORN
Long a haven for collectors, the Belgian city is emerging as a quirky new capital for contemporary art.
Longtime Lower East Side residents may wish that the moneyed pseudo-hipsters
who have taken over the neighborhood would go jump in a lake—but an exclusive roof-deck swimming pool
will have to do.
Lady of the House
High society isn't dead after all. It has a new home in San Francisco's wealthiest enclave. But watch out: There's a lot of drama behind those Golden Gates.