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  • Being Tinsley Mortimer

    What It Really Means to Be a Modern Socialite

    The rebranding of a New York It-girl
  • The Four Hundred: Then and Now

    The Four Hundred: Then and Now

    Tony Abrams has reinvented Gilded Age society. Will you get in?
  • Insta-Famous

    The Lives of the Rich and (Instagram) Famous

    Aspiring designer Andrew Warren and his curated crew of privileged friends—a Trump, a Kennedy and a Matisse among them—are serious about leveraging social media to find their purpose, but often, they just feel seriously misunderstood
  • Inside the World’s Most Luxurious Private Jet

    Inside the World’s Most Luxurious Private Jet

    Sip champagne while circumnavigating the globe on a massive 52-person private plane
  • Jonathan Adler’s Guide to Hosting the Perfect Outdoor Event

    Jonathan Adler’s Guide to Hosting the Perfect Outdoor Event

    Summertime entertaining just got easier
  • Let Them Drink Water

    Let Them Drink Water

    Amid California’s drought woes, some of the state’s wealthiest residents have uncovered ways to have their water and drink it, too
  • The Mane Event

    An Exclusive Equestrian Club

    The women behind Lady Sheila Stable Two are turning horse racing into the Sport of Queens
  • Uncovering the Secrets of the Black Dahlia Murder

    The Black Dahlia Murder

    Here, the story of the suspect who got away, the policeman son who proved his guilt and the hidden legacy of his daughter, the girl who knew too much
  • The Dangers of Adult Allowances

    The Dangers of Adult Allowances

    Subsidizing a “failure to launch” child can prove the riskiest of businesses
  • Exposing the World of the One Percent

    Exposing the World of the One Percent

    In his new book, Richard Kirshenbaum takes a polarizing perspective
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