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Summer-In-the-City Beauty Essentials

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T+L’s Senior Editor, Travel & Beauty, Jacqui Gifford, shares what makeup and hair musts transition well from work to evenings out in New York City.

This has been one of the most glorious New York City summers, with non-stop sunshine and practically zero humidity—a huge plus for my hair and make-up routine. I've been experimenting with color (hello, orange and green!) and road-testing a citrusy fragrance that evokes the Amalfi Coast. Here’s what’s been lining my dresser.

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Luggage of the Month: Turnbull & Asser x Globe-Trotter

Luggage of the Month

Though the days of traveling with heavy trunks are over, the glamour of a classic leather steamer remains—and on wheels, thank goodness!

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Beauty Road Test: Kiehls' Travel-Tested Solutions Set

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Every traveler wants to step off a plane looking fresh, but let's face it: even an hour in the air can leave skin dehydrated, oily, and lackluster. I know I always feel the need to dash to the nearest restroom for touch-ups before meeting family or friends in baggage claim. Luckily, Kiehl's wants to relieve us of in-flight beauty stress with their new set of travel essentials, which includes a "First Class" Purifying Hand Treatment, In-Flight Refreshing Facial Mist, Eucalyptus Lip Relief, and Midnight Recovery Concentrate.

T+L Editorial Intern Helen Zook shares her take.

The Product: Kiehl's Travel Tested Solutions Set, $49. Available now exclusively at Neiman Marcus.

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Where to Shop in Shanghai

Shanghai's Former French Concession is the city's style hub: a leafy area filled with boutiques, bespoke tailors, and traditional crafts. A few of must-see sites: Helen Lee's headquarters, around the corner from her atelier, which showcases this season's collection—a collaboration with Disney in honor of the new Disney resort opening in Shanghai soon. Germain Tailoring channels Neapolitan style in its meanswear collection. Stop by Charles Philip on Gao An Road, to find a custom shoe in shape, pattern, and material to fit any style. Head north across town, where Coin Qian's showroom is stocked with her paintings, plus pillows, bags, and other home goods that feature her feminine designs.

T+L's Sarah Spagnolo explored the area on a arts tour coordinated by luxury travel show ILTM Asia and the Portman Ritz-Carlton, and led by Shanghai style insiders Selina Schleh of Time Out Shanghai and Monique Madsen of Zan Style Shanghai. Check out "Where to Shop in Shanghai," and for more, go to the T+L Guide to Shanghai.

 

Aerin Lauder's Palm Beach

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The glamorous oceanfront retreat is a treasure trove for style seekers.

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Sugar Mogul Dylan Lauren's Candy Collection

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Sugar mogul Dylan Lauren recalls her global sweets pursuit.

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Shaun Kelly's Guide to Shopping a Market à la Francaise

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Harboring the fantasy that you can traipse through a Parisian marché like Amélie? Not so fast—there’s a decorum that isn’t obvious to newcomers. Here, tips from Australian-born Shaun Kelly, chef of seasonally driven bistro Yard (33-1/40-09-70-30; $$$), who had to learn on the fly when he arrived in Paris two years ago.

Go early. Chefs start picking through the stands by 7 a.m. What’s left over will still be good, but not the crème de la crème.

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Travel Diary: Just Back From Shanghai

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Just back from China, T+L hotels & food editor Jennifer Flowers shares her best discoveries in this frenetic, hypnotic megacity.

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Stella McCartney's Argentina-Inspired Collection

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Stella McCartney may be quintessentially British, but her Pre-Fall 2014 collection is immutably connected to a different locale: Argentina. In partnership with the Nature Conservancy and Ovis XXI, a South American network of sheep ranchers, the designer sourced sustainable Patagonian wool for her line of slouchy blazers, boxy fringed tops, and oversize clutches. McCartney’s goal, she says, was “to help conserve and restore the region’s endangered grasslands” by promoting healthy grazing practices. The inspiration for the line’s updated houndstooth pattern, meanwhile, is rooted in her own English upbringing. “I thought about my childhood, growing up in London, and then moving suddenly to the countryside,” McCartney explains. “What a contrast."

 

Photo courtesy of Stella McCartney

8 Souvenirs that Could Land You in Jail

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It's one thing to bring back souvenirs so terrible that they land you on your friend's blacklist, and quite another to tote home tchotchkes from overseas that send you straight to jail. To ensure you experience the warm fuzzy feeling that comes from hearing a US Customs agent say, "Welcome home" here are eight souvenirs you should absolutely not bring back with you.

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