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Daphne Guinness, Comme des Garçons, fragrance,

Daphne Guinness' New Fragrance

The British heiress chats about her new perfume venture.

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Ang Lee's Woodstock

Moviegoers expecting Ang Lee’s latest film, “Taking Woodstock,” to be a tribute to the 1969 music festival might be surprised.

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Blood and Guts in the Hamptons

Roadkill is more prevalent than ever in the Hamptons, and no one's sure if the problem is exacerbated by acorn shortages or nasty drivers.

Shirt Tales: Stella Ishii's New Line

“Creative Growth for Everybody” line is a collaboration between The News and outsider artists.

Fire Starters at Watermill Benefit

This year’s Watermill summer benefit was more like a divine comedic romp than the slog through hell’s seven levels implied by the event’s theme, “Inferno.”

Equine Fun at the Cartier Polo

Amber Le Bon was one of the many guests who attended the 25th Cartier International Polo at Windsor Great Park Sunday.

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Queen of Chick Lit: Jennifer Weiner

Bestselling writer Jennifer Weiner releases her latest novel "Best Friends Forever."

Manhattan Socials Move Into Grey Gardens

Boykin Curry and Celerie Kemble have rented the iconic estate Grey Gardens, former home of Edie Beale, for the next five years.

Jennifer Westfeldt, Cusi Cram, Jon Hamm, Pam MacKinnon

A Different Side of Jennifer Westfeldt

The actress Jennifer Westfeldt tackles a manic depressive character in the new play "A Lifetime Burning."

Karlie Kloss

Australians and Fashion: Perfect Mates

A crowd of stylish Down Under transplants including Nicole Trunfio, Kristy Heinze and Sarah Wynter filed into Antony Todd's Midtown loft.

Georgia May Jagger,

Jagger's Edge

Georgia May Jagger goes down her own road, juggling interests in fashion design and sculpture with her emerging modeling career.

Tim Medvetz, Wounded Warrior Project

On Top of the World: Tim Medvetz Climbing Earth's Tallest Summits

After checking off Mount Everest, the fearless climber Tim Medvetz is now tackling Mount Kilimanjaro.

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