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Starck-Designed Apartments

Philippe Starck wants to decorate your apartment—as long as you live in one of his ICON buildings, which he designed with Siger Suarez & Fullerton...

T+L Reports: Best Bites

Scott Conant—who made a splash on the New York scene in 2003 with the opening of his rustic Italian restaurant L'Impero—is at it again. His...

Changes in Vacation Homes

From condo hotels to private clubs, a new type of time-share is redefining travel. Shane Mitchell looks at why Americans are snapping up vacation residences...

Best New American Restaurants 2004

This year, chefs across the United States have stepped up to the plate with some amazing offerings. Hungry?Here are 40 places in 10 cities where...

India's Road to Riches

For the most authentic antiques, exquisite handicrafts, and intricate jewelry in the subcontinent, set a course for these three tropical gold mines.

T+L Reports: Love Me, Love My Hotel

More proof that hotels are the new nightclubs: Hoteliers are the new rock stars. At least they seem to be the arm candy of choice...

Forever Asbury

With a $1.25 billion revival under way, is Asbury Park, New Jersey, really coming back?Peter Jon Lindberg traces the changing fortunes of an American vacationland

50 Affordable Beach Resorts

From Hawaii to Zanzibar, we've searched the globe for stylish getaways just steps from the sand. The best part: almost all are under $200 a...

Are Cutting-Edge Hotels Becoming Dull?

Rooms filled with Eames and Knoll?Check. Gorgeous doormen?Natch. Hot bar scene?Of course. Are cutting-edge hotels becoming dull?
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