The media magnate says our pursuit of success is literally killing us. Here, she explains why balancing her life and planning for her death go hand in hand
Arianna Huffington wakes up every day with the weight of a booming media company resting on her shoulders. Yet somehow, despite the chaos, she commits to a full eight hours of shut-eye each night and sets aside at least 10 minutes each morning for meditation.
It wasn’t always this way, though. ... More
The star of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 devotes his down time to a project close to his heart
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 won’t be Andrew Garfield’s only on-screen appearance this summer. At an April 27 sneak preview of his second movie as the infamous superhero, the star revealed he’s currently at work on a public service announcement for Worldwide Orphans Foundation, the group that co-hosted the ... More
IWC Schaffhausen CEO Georges Kern on a lifetime of loving movies, meeting Robert De Niro and partnering with one of the world’s most exciting film festivals
On the surface, the luxury watch business and the film industry don’t seem to have a whole lot in common. Dig a bit deeper, though, the two might have more similarities than you’d expect.
“Luxury watches are not just sold through functions,” says Georges Kern, the CEO of Swiss luxury watch ... More
A closer look at some of the posthumously celebrated photographer’s greatest works
John Maloof first discovered the work of Vivian Maier in 2007, when he bought a box of her negatives at a Chicago auction house. Maloof was planning on using the photos to illustrate projects of his own, but soon enough recognized something special about the works he’d acquired.
“I didn’t buy ... More
Adam Tihany, the design magnate behind Per Se and more world-renowned restaurants and hotels, tells DuJour how he does it all
"I really, really like clients who cannot express an idea in words," says Adam Tihany, who'd much rather they cook for him instead. That's because Tihany's clients are Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud and Jean-Georges Vongerichten—just to name a few. They're some of the world's top chefs renowned for their ... More
For decades, the ad world impresario has been a private shutterbug. We caught up with the New York branding exec as his first personal photo retrospective comes to a close
Any camera phone owner worth her Instagram followers knows there's a flood of knowledge to discover about someone through the photos on their smartphone. This month, Milk Gallery gave the world a look through Peter Arnell's. The former ad man's first retrospective, running through April 1, spans 30 ... More
A new book unearths never-before-seen photographs of the German supermodel lensed by Johnny Moncada in 1960s Italy
Richard Avedon named her “the most beautiful woman in the world.” In 1967, Life Magazine put her on their cover, calling her “the girl everybody stares at.” But if a single word is needed to describe the German Countess Veruschka, born Vera von Lehndorff, we'd say it's transformative.
Formerly unseen pictures by Johnny ... More
As her latest Broadway production Mothers and Sons opens this month, the movie maven talks settling into life onstage
If you’re looking for a nine-to-five job where you can make a good living, it isn’t producing theater,” Paula Wagner says with a grin. “That’s not what it’s about.” What it is about for Wagner—the Hollywood super agent who helmed the career of Tom Cruise, produced blockbuster franchises and even ... More
CNN's chief congressional correspondent reveals the ins and outs of how Congress really operates
Twenty years is a long time in the evolution of a cable news network—and a career. “When I first started, it was Ted Turner’s CNN, meaning it was a very different kind of vibe,” CNN’s chief congressional correspondent Dana Bash tells DuJour. “He used to say, ‘The news was the ... More
Ahead of his new retrospective, London's provocative portrait artist of actors, politicos and plastic surgery patients explains his career obsession
Over the past two decades, British painter Jonathan Yeo has explored countless aspects of the human visage. There are the oil portraits of political and media heavyweights including Rupert Murdoch, Tony Blair and David Cameron that capture soft moments behind stern exteriors. There are the collages of the under- and over-sexed crafted ... More