VOL. 09.09.2018 | SUNDAY SELECTS

 

HAYLEY NICHOLS


 

Nichols reveals both the sensory delight and inevitable melancholy in trying to stay present.




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MEL DEWEES


 

“By thinking of my work as more of a sketch than a painting, I can view the body of work as a spontaneous visual diary.”




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MCKENZIE DOVE



Inspired by elements of interior design and architecture, and the raw beauty of nature, she aims to create pieces that make an individual statement while being versatile enough to compliment any style of design.



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MARLIES HOEVERS



Marlies developed a strong fascination for materials, their appearance and their emotional effects on people.



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RICK OWENS OPENS THE DOORS TO HIS MINIMALIST VENICE HOME



The fashion designer tells MR PORTER he designed his Italian home with the themes of “death, morality, and utopia” in mind



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CALIFORNIA VEGGIE SANDWICH




We like sandwiches that send juices running down to our elbows, which is why we insist on dressing the lettuce. If you want to use store-bought giardiniera, skip the first step.




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SALTED WATERMELON MARGARITA



If a classic margarita on the rocks with salt is undeniably perfect for you, then this watermelon version will exceed all your notions of cocktail perfection. It’s refreshing, naturally sweet without added sugar, and just look at that color.


 

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PORTRAIT OF A PLACE: ARAKICHO



The fight for survival in one of Tokyo’s vanishing geisha districts



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FREAKONOMICS PODCAST: “I WASN’T STUPID ENOUGH TO SAY THIS COULD BE DONE OVERNIGHT



Indra Nooyi became C.E.O. of PepsiCo just in time for a global financial meltdown. She also had a portfolio full of junk food just as the world decided that junk food is borderline toxic. Here’s the story of how she overhauled that portfolio, stared down activist investors, and learned to “leave the crown in the garage.



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