Monthly Archives: August 2019

A Portugal of Pristine Beaches, Tiny Villages and Little Else

The country’s Alentejo region has the last unspoiled stretch of Atlantic coast in all of southern Europe, with 40 miles of nearly untouched beaches.

Can We Be Friends if We Can’t Talk About Money?

Her best friend lost a lot during the Great Recession. Does that mean finances are off the table?

Bella Thorne, the Ex-Disney Star, Chillaxes With Yarn

“My mind is a little mentally distorted right now,” said the provocateur, who was in New York to promote her book.

Where a Michelin-Starred Chef Goes in San Francisco

Dominique Crenn serves up her favorite spots in the City by the Bay.

She’s a World-Famous Model. So Why Did an Australian Magazine Get Her Photo Wrong?

Adut Akech is a 19-year-old modeling superstar. But after a magazine misidentified her in a photo, she says she is no longer staying quiet about racism in the industry.

Miu Miu’s Latest Women’s Tales Film to Focus on Brigitte Lacombe

Directed by Lynne Ramsay, the 18th installment of the series will debut in Venice on Sept. 1.

Levi Strauss Exhibition Coming to San Francisco Museum in 2020

“Levi Strauss: A History of American Style,” will be on view Feb. 13 to Aug 9, 2020 at The Contemporary Jewish Museum.

From Social Secretary to Party Planning Aficionado

Marcy Blum, a celebrity event planner, says a good wedding should “build to a crescendo that doesn’t drop.”

The Only Agency Opens London Office

“Working with such a vast group celebrity talent and visionaries, The Only Agency has always had an international presence. Thus, it was only a matter of time that we established a global home base for our talent and expanded our brand internationally,” said founder Kent Belden.

With a Sexually Fluid Cast, ‘Are You the One?’ Builds a Cult Following

Devoted viewers say the show has made them realize how starved they were for representation in mainstream media.