Harper’s Bazaar Editor Chrissy Rutherford Shares Her Morning Routine for NYFW

Barefoot and draped in a minimalist maxi, Chrissy Rutherford greets us with a warm smile, one beaming of a gal on her work-from-home day, preparing for the hours of shooting, writing and editing that lay ahead by rummaging through her unusually-large-by-NYC-standards closet, yet somehow stereotypically expected for the Harper’s Bazaar senior editor.

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Social Luminary Patrick Janelle on Instagram, Cocktail Culture and Co-Founding His Coveted Creative’s Club

Walking into Patrick Janelle’s SoHo apartment is like entering a behind-the-scenes montage of what’s portrayed in his Instagram newsfeed—tasteful posters gifted from friends, refined souvenirs such as the apothecaries from his time living in Germany, and a monotone palette accented with pops of coral and navy—and this is exactly the image that the creative strives for.

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Creative Korean Sides Take Center Stage at Junghyun and Ellia Park’s Atoboy

A quick glimpse through the narrow window slivered into Atoboy’s concrete exterior and you would never guess that this discrete restaurant in Manhattan’s bustling NoMad neighborhood is leading the way in redefining western conceptions of Korean cuisine. Rather than serve well-known North American favorites, such as bulgogi or bimbimbap, Atoboy turns the spotlight on banchan;…

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Cynthia Rowley: How This Fashion Icon Remains Ever-Relevant

Acclaimed for her flirtatious, whimsical, statement-making attire, it’s no surprise fashion designer Cynthia Rowley greets us on a chilly winter afternoon in paisley-checked pants and an asymmetrical Cali-York pullover. “It’s such a catchy phrase,” she comments with a smile as we immediately dive into the designs of her spring 2018 collection displayed throughout her West…

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