In Conversation with chef Dan Barber

Nobody knows more about the farm-to-table movement than Dan Barber, largely due to the fact that he was one of the earliest advocates for sustainable cooking. The award-winning chef established Blue Hill, a popular restaurant in New York City, as well as Blue Hill at Stone Barns, located in upstate New York.

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In Conversation with designer Jackie Fernandez

Whether you’re braving the early fall chill or need another layer on a summer night, army jackets are both practical and stylish for any time of year. The olive green tone, however, can often be boring and generic. If you want to make your outerwear stand out, look no further.

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In Conversation with filmmaker Zoe Lister-Jones

Zoe Lister-Jones far surpasses the traditional definition of a triple threat, with writing, directing, acting, and producing under her belt. Lister-Jones wears many hats in her latest film “Band Aid,” as not only did she write the script and direct the film, but she also starred in it as well.

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In Conversation with photographer Fred Guillaud

Fred Guillaud is a former architect turned photographer, who is known for capturing urban scenes with a minimalist aesthetic. Originally from France, Guillaud now resides in Barcelona, where he has now lived for 15 years. I have a deep passion for photography, and I loved Fred’s striking images as soon as I came across them

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In Conversation with Caroline White of SukiShufu

It’s rare to find workout clothes that can easily go from day to night. Much of the time, leggings are black, boring, and dull. However, Caroline White, the Creative Director of SukiShufu, has reinvented the closet staple. SukiShufu’s leggings are chic, flattering, and fun and can double as an amazing pair of pants. I have always

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