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The best accessories for fall — soft briefcases, tone-on-tone watches and dress boots — take their cues from classic banker style. Paired with an offbeat pinstripe suit, they’re anything but conformist. Photographs by Paul Wetherell. Styled by Jason Rider.
Antoine Arnault spent his youth enjoying the spoils of being the LVMH titan’s eldest son. But by successfully betting on high-end men’s wear as an ever-ripening luxury category, he’s quickly proving that nepotism only goes so far. By Dana Thomas. Portrait by Benoit Peverelli.
David Karp lives by the principle that the world doesn’t need more flashy gadgets and fancy software — which would be fine, had he not founded Tumblr. By Tim Wu. Photographs by Ben Hoffmann.
To discuss Delvaux is to discuss Belgium. Tracing the history of a brand that is intent to move beyond its shores. By Debrina Aliyah.
The Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, top; Antoine Arnault in the entryway to his Paris home, right.
Both Qatar and the UAE are going through a cultural awakening of sorts. Does Qatar have a stronger agenda? By Sindhu Nair.
Giovanna Ferragamo might be less involved in the designing process of the clothswear in her family business but that doesn’t moderate her passion. Following the growth of a family-owned business that basks in its “Made in Italy” heritage. By Sindhu Nair