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Beauty Road Test: Clinique’s New Smart Serum Gets an A+

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In an ideal world, my carry-on liquids would begin and end with: toothpaste, cleanser, face cream. The problem with packing a simple dopp kit is that today’s beauty regimens can be anything but simple. Faced with deciding between myriad creams, serums, toners, exfoliates, and more, I yearn for one product that would take the place of ten—meaning a lighter suitcase and a simpler routine, all around.

Enter Clinique’s new Smart Custom-Repair Serum, a catchall formula that tailors its performance to address your personal skin care needs.

T+L Editorial Assistant Katie James shares her take.

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What's Inside CBS Anchor Norah O'Donnell's Carry On

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Norah O'Donnell, the globe-trotting cohost of CBS This Morning, reveals her in-flight arsenal.

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Beauty Road Test: Frédéric Fekkai Hair Fragrance Mist Collection

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Say good-bye to the days of spritzing perfume on the neck, or dabbing fragrance along the inside of the wrist—so says Frédéric Fekkai. The stylist extraordinaire hopes to change the status quo with his new line of aromatic mists, which are sprayed on—you guessed it—hair.

T+L Editorial Assistant Katie James shares her take.

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Loews Hotels and FIAT Announce New Partnership

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Guests checking in to select Loews Hotels have an exciting new amenity to look forward to this week—chauffeured service in the latest vehicle from Italian car brand FIAT.

The New York-based hotel group recently unveiled the exciting partnership, which takes place at properties from New York City to Washington, D.C., and offers guests the chance to be driven around town in the all-new (not to mention adorable) 2014 Fiat 500L.

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New Book "Tokyo Adorned" Celebrates Japanese Street Style

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The phenomenon of Japanese street style his inspired immeasurable fascination among academics, fashion enthusiasts, and travelers alike. For New York-based photographer and filmmaker Thomas C. Card—it was a calling.

Tokyo Adorned, Card’s new book, available starting this week, is the result of months of pre-production planning; weeks spent roaming the city’s streets scouting girls; and hours upon hours of studio time photographing each individual.

What began as a study of how subjects fit into Tokyo’s various “fashion tribes” soon developed into a broader examination of style.

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“Archtober” Celebrates Design and Architecture in New York City

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In New York City, incredible feats of architecture and design are all around us (like the New Museum, above)…if only we’d look up from our cell phones to notice while walking down the street.

Well, New Yorkers now have reason to stop and look around, as this week ushers in the beginning of Archtober, a month-long, citywide celebration of architecture and design organized by the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter (AIANY) and the Center for Architecture.

Now in its third year, Archtober offers over 150 curated programs, ranging from exhibits and walking tours to panels and workshops, and draws some of the biggest names in the industry—David Rockwell, MoMa’s Paola Antonelli, Jonathan Adler, Todd Williams and Billie Tsien, and more.

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Call for Entries: 2014 Travel + Leisure Design Awards

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I am writing to invite you to participate in the tenth annual Travel + Leisure Design Awards. Design impacts travel in ways small and large—shaping everything from fashion and luggage to hotel rooms and city skylines—and these awards are a tribute to both the practical and the beautiful. 

The 2013 award winners, representing 22 different categories, included the Louis I. Kahn-designed Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, in New York City (Best Public Space); a modern reinvention of the double-decker London Bus (Best Transportation); Brooklyn, New York’s industrial-chic hotel, the Wythe (Best Small Hotel); a spectacular above- and below-ground extension to the Städel Museum Frankfurt (Best Museum); and Tierra Patagonia, an unadorned, aerodynamic structure in Torres del Paine, Chile (Best Resort), among others.

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