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The Trimmings • ’Tis the season for living the culture and sophisticated giving
For the MARCH FLOWER • Greta Gerwig’s Little Women remake, starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, and Eliza Scanlen, has fans abuzz. Find something for your favorite Meg, Amy, Beth, or Jo
For the RETRO LOVER • With a Broadway rendition out this month and Steven Spielberg’s adaptation coming next year, West Side Story is having a moment. Here’s to feeling pretty!
For the WORLD TRAVELER • Newly launched Disney+ brings the Star Wars universe to TV with The Mandalorian, about a galaxy-questing bounty hunter, whose journeys require some stellar gear…
For the EXPAT AT THE BEACH • Rivieras, coastal retreats, and shores near and far—see the latest installment in Assouline’s beachy collection—conjure warmer seasons. Bonjour, bonheur!
For the GOLD METALIST • The Met’s Making Marvels: Science & Splendor at the Courts of Europe, a new exhibition up through the winter, displays tech and art that inspired royals long ago—and us, now
For the RHINESTONE COWGIRL • As Miley Cyrus finishes the slow drop of She Is Miley Cyrus, her godmother, Dolly Parton, is wrapping up 2019 with Heartstrings, a Netflix series based on her songs (she wanted Cyrus to play Jolene)
BUNDLE UP • To brighten the winter doldrums, an adored handbag gets a cozy, playful update
READY, FÊTE, GO! • In a season of sequins and glitz, there is never just one festive mood. Glamour is a spectrum, from an elemental matte lip to full disco shimmer. Party on.
RHYTHM AND VIEWS • The New York Film Festival ended on a high note at Jazz at Lincoln Center, following the premiere of Motherless Brooklyn
POWER PLAYS • All manner of makers (of movies, crypto, and milliondollar lifestyle brands) met in Beverly Hills for V.F.’s New Establishment Summit
IN LIVING COLOR
Ship of Fools • Impeachy Keen Trumpists, beware! Watergate is a caution to all the bootlickers of the guy getting the boot
The Philosopher Queen • RuPaul brought drag out of the nightclub and into our living rooms. Now he talks to Richard Lawson about moving beyond the limits of reality TV—and confronting the nature of reality itself
THE BOY WHO CRIED WORK • Adam and Rebekah Neumann grew WeWork to a $47 billion valuation by convincing mentors like Masayoshi Son and Jamie Dimon, along with much of Wall Street, that he had a near-mystical understanding of the working style of millennials. Then, on the eve of its IPO, people realized it was just a real estate company. Inside the crash of a unicorn
Scarlett Soars • Playing Black Widow made her a superstar. The heartbreaking Marriage Story could win her an Oscar. Scarlett Johansson talks to CHRIS HEATH about authenticity onscreen and off
The VANISHING • When Canadian blockchain whiz Gerald Cotten died unexpectedly last year, hundreds of millions of dollars in investor funds vanished into the crypto ether. But when the banks, the law, and the forces of Reddit tried to track down the cash, it turned out the young mogul may not have been who he purported to be. And the money is still missing
PASSION PLAY • COSTARS and CO-PARENTS ROSE BYRNE and BOBBY CANNAVALE are putting a VÉRITÉ TWIST on a NEW VERSION of MEDEA
SORORITY of STARS • Marilyn Monroe,...