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Happy birthday to @anthonybourdain! Wishing you a wonderful day 🌟🎉✨⠀
In our October 2013 issue, the visionary chef shared a few of his favorite things with us—read the story online or through the link in bio. (As told to Christopher Ross, 📸: @jessechehak) #WSJMagazine

Sofia Coppola's The Beguiled is out in theaters today. As she worked to adapt the 1971 Don Siegel movie, Coppola knew early on she wanted to tweak the original Beguiled’s point of view—to tell the story not from the perspective of the film's male protagonist, but from the women and girls living in a mostly empty house during wartime. “I thought it was interesting to see these women who were left behind,” she says. “They’d been raised to be companions to men...and there were no men around.” The chance to tinker with Southern and Civil War archetypes was also appealing. “Everything’s polite and lovely,” Coppola says, “but then there’s darkness underneath.” Read the full June/July cover story online or through the link in bio. (🖊: Jason Gay, 📸: #StevenMeisel, styling by @paulcavaco) #WSJMagazine #SofiaCoppola #TheBeguiled

Love when my clients let me be bold, it always pays off! 🙏🏼🛠🤠💪🏼 Still obsessed with the stone we chose together in this Battery Park renovation 🛠🛠🛠 // Design by BA Torrey .
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#batorrey #interiordesign #homedecor #homedesign #design #myhousebeautiful #wsjmagazine #nydesign #mydomaine #elledecor #dominomag #archdigest #architecturaldigest #architecture #instadesign #kitchendesign #kitchen #greycabinets #superwhitequartzite #abcstone #subzero #wolfappliances #miele #dornbracht #stonecounters #stonebacksplash #renovation #homerenovation #blackandgrey

Day Tripper: Break from convention with new proportions, such as a higher waistband or a wider lapel. ⠀
See the story, from last year's March Men's issue, online or through the link in bio. (📸: @g_styles, styling by @ganio) #WSJMagazine

What we're listening to this weekend: @sza's standout debut album CTRL, which came out earlier this month and which we spoke to the artist about in our March Women's issue. After playing her EP Z for a friend, SZA realized that she wanted to sing from a more personal place about issues that were meaningful to her on her album—to be heard: “I thought, When I speak I need to say something; I have to be honest.” Read the full story online or through the link in bio. (🖊: Laurence Lowe, 📸: @milanzrnic) #WSJMagazine #SZA

Happy weekend. What adventures are you getting up to?⠀
Photo from our July 2013 story on Island Records founder and hotelier Chris Blackwell's retreat in Jamaica. Pictured is a table laid for lunch beneath the farm's towering guango tree. Read the full story online or through the link in bio. (🖊: Rebecca Wallwork, 📸: @jessechehak) #WSJMagazine #Jamaica

Friday Night Attitude: Take charge with boldly striped pants and a sleek leather jacket. ✨⠀
See the story, from our April 2016, online or through the link in bio. (📸: @studio_jackson, styling by @geraldinesaglio) #WSJMagazine

🎉Happy birthday to the inimitable Meryl Streep! Wishing you a wonderful day 🎉🌟Read the cover story, from last year's September Women's issue, online or through the link in bio. (🖊: @alexb718, 📸: @brigittelacombe, styling by #AnastasiaBarbieri) #WSJMagazine #MerylStreep

At 54, Rick Rubin is arguably the country’s best-known music producer. He’s responsible for that infectious keyboard loop on the Beastie Boys’ “Girls” from 1987 and the warbling guitar in Tom Petty’s 1994 hit “You Don’t Know How It Feels.” A protean force who has made and remade dozens of major recording artists’ careers over the past 34 years, he is also a striking physical presence. Rubin’s signature look has routinely attracted the label of “guru,” though in person his puckish smile and sparkling blue eyes make him seem more like a beachy elf than a stoner sage. He favors baggy shorts, loose-fitting T-shirts and no shoes. This last condition is a prerequisite for any visitor setting foot in Rubin’s house, high atop a sun-blessed bluff near Malibu’s Point Dume, about an hour north of Los Angeles. Reworked for him over the past decade by Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture, the house—originally an unremarkable neo-Tudor from the 1970s—is an extension of Rubin’s creative process. “There’s no distraction,” the producer says, “nothing to do but focus on work, enjoy nature and be at peace.” In Malibu, Rubin’s life, like his music, is about getting down to basics. Read the story and see Rubin's house 🖥: now, 📰: April 29. (🖊: @ianvolner, 📸: @martienmulder) #WSJMagazine

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Day Tripper: Break from convention with new proportions, such as a higher waistband or a wider lapel. ⠀
See the story, from last year's March Men's issue, online or through the link in bio. (📸: @g_styles, styling by @ganio) #WSJMagazine

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Modernism on the Cape: Think about Cape Cod and the picture that comes to mind likely involves "sand dunes and salty air," as the song goes, or families that have lived and lobster fished there since the Mayflower dropped anchor. But Cape Cod was also a stronghold of architectural experimentation, where the aesthetics of Europe's progressive-thinking designers dovetailed surprisingly well with the casually built oyster shacks, saltbox houses and seaside piers that dotted the woods and dunes. For nearly four decades, the Cape was a haven where two different sets of designers—European modernists and local nonconformists—found common ground, working hard during the daytime, then repairing to each other's houses for cocktails and bonfires at night. Pictured is the living room of the Kepes House, designed by Marcel Breuer. Read the full story, from our June 2014 issue, online or through the link in bio. (🖊: @therealcarolkino, 📸: Raimund Koch) #WSJMagazine#CapeCod

Happy birthday to @anthonybourdain! Wishing you a wonderful day 🌟🎉✨⠀
In our October 2013 issue, the visionary chef shared a few of his favorite things with us—read the story online or through the link in bio. (As told to Christopher Ross, 📸: @jessechehak) #WSJMagazine

Love when my clients let me be bold, it always pays off! 🙏🏼🛠🤠💪🏼 Still obsessed with the stone we chose together in this Battery Park renovation 🛠🛠🛠 // Design by BA Torrey .
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#batorrey #interiordesign #homedecor #homedesign #design #myhousebeautiful #wsjmagazine #nydesign #mydomaine #elledecor #dominomag #archdigest #architecturaldigest #architecture #instadesign #kitchendesign #kitchen #greycabinets #superwhitequartzite #abcstone #subzero #wolfappliances #miele #dornbracht #stonecounters #stonebacksplash #renovation #homerenovation #blackandgrey

What we're listening to this weekend: @sza's standout debut album CTRL, which came out earlier this month and which we spoke to the artist about in our March Women's issue. After playing her EP Z for a friend, SZA realized that she wanted to sing from a more personal place about issues that were meaningful to her on her album—to be heard: “I thought, When I speak I need to say something; I have to be honest.” Read the full story online or through the link in bio. (🖊: Laurence Lowe, 📸: @milanzrnic) #WSJMagazine #SZA

Happy weekend. What adventures are you getting up to?⠀
Photo from our July 2013 story on Island Records founder and hotelier Chris Blackwell's retreat in Jamaica. Pictured is a table laid for lunch beneath the farm's towering guango tree. Read the full story online or through the link in bio. (🖊: Rebecca Wallwork, 📸: @jessechehak) #WSJMagazine #Jamaica

"Ho pensato che fosse interessante osservare queste donne che erano state messe in disparte. Erano state cresciute ed educate per essere le compagne degli uomini... e si sono ritrovate a non avere nessun uomo vicino." La possibilità di avere a che fare con archetipi del sud e della guerra civile l'attraeva molto. "È tutto così gentile e adorabile all'apparenza" dice la Coppola, "ma sotto si cela una profonda oscurità."
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#SofiaCoppola intervistata da #JasonGay per #WSJMagazine, Giugno/Luglio 2017.

PHOTO: #StevenMeisel

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Friday Night Attitude: Take charge with boldly striped pants and a sleek leather jacket. ✨⠀
See the story, from our April 2016, online or through the link in bio. (📸: @studio_jackson, styling by @geraldinesaglio) #WSJMagazine

Sofia Coppola's The Beguiled is out in theaters today. As she worked to adapt the 1971 Don Siegel movie, Coppola knew early on she wanted to tweak the original Beguiled’s point of view—to tell the story not from the perspective of the film's male protagonist, but from the women and girls living in a mostly empty house during wartime. “I thought it was interesting to see these women who were left behind,” she says. “They’d been raised to be companions to men...and there were no men around.” The chance to tinker with Southern and Civil War archetypes was also appealing. “Everything’s polite and lovely,” Coppola says, “but then there’s darkness underneath.” Read the full June/July cover story online or through the link in bio. (🖊: Jason Gay, 📸: #StevenMeisel, styling by @paulcavaco) #WSJMagazine #SofiaCoppola #TheBeguiled

“A visit to Marrakech was a great shock to me. This city taught me colour” Yves Saint Laurent
The gorgeous lounge in Royal Mansour Marrakech.

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