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Our 10 Favorite Sneakers of 2015

<i>By Jake Woolf for GQ.</i><p>(photos: Matt Martin and Nick Sultana)<p>2015 was a straight-up epic when it came to sneaker releases. From the dawn of the Yeezy Boosts era to a historical slew of retro Air Jordans that hit shelves, more fresh kicks were released this year than maybe any before. But these are …

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48 epic dream hotels to visit before you die

A GOOD HOTEL CAN MAKE or break a trip. The worst hotel in the best place is still going to make retiring after a long day an unfortunate experience. …

Spoilt for choice: Vietnam's best beaches

Vietnam might have been late to Southeast Asia’s beach party, but it was well worth the wait. The country boasts more than 3400km of coastline, with infinite stretches of powdery sand, coves, lagoons, impossible boulder formations and tropical islands ringed with yet more beaches. We can help you …

New Year Resolutions Apps | Best Apps - Consumer Reports News

While more than four in 10 Americans will make a New Year’s resolution, nearly a third of those will fail to keep them—that is, if last year’s …

14 Travel Predictions for 2014

<i>by Wendy Perrin</i><p>Coming up with the ten biggest changes in travel of 2013 got me contemplating what 2014 might have in store. Here are a few …

Dark Tourism and More Tourism Trends We’re Tracking at Skift This Week

Every week we post hundreds of stories across various sectors in travel, connecting the dots across various global trends, and in these weekend posts …

Film: Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola reunite for stunning Prada film

While you’re waiting for <i>The Grand Budapest Hotel</i> to hurry up and get itself into the bloody cinemas, keep yourself entertained and Wes-ed up with Mr. …

Laurie Anderson’s Farewell to Lou Reed: A Rolling Stone Exclusive

Rolling Stone <i>pays tribute to Lou Reed, the outsider who changed the course of rock & roll, on the cover of our new issue. In an exclusive essay for</i> …

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Cookware, Cooking Utensils, Kitchen Decor & Gourmet Foods | Williams Sonoma

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Zambezia Traditional Trilby

So you don’t want to cover up that fantastic head of hair. After all, you spent so much time getting your part straight and applying a judicious amount of grooming product. Think again. <b>Babatunde’s</b> hot-hued <b>trilby</b>—featuring <b>classic Dutch wax</b> cloth—would have even Samson thinking twice about leaving …

Cookware, Cooking Utensils, Kitchen Decor & Gourmet Foods | Williams Sonoma

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Classic Movie Expressed Only with Minimalist Lines

Whether it's architecture or references to pop culture, it's fascinating to see how an artist can translate the most complex ideas into a minimalist version of itself. In this visually striking series of posters, <i>Classic Movies</i>, artist Michal Krasnopolski used just a few lines and strong, solid …

Watch The ABCs And 123s Come To Life In These Stunning Pop-Up Books

French paper engineer Marion Bataille has released a trilogy of pop-up books exploring the design of letters and numbers. They have to be seen to be believed.<p>There are tons of bad pop-up books out there, content to merely sprong, jut, accordion, or bulge. French paper engineer and children’s book …

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Portraits of Siamese Fighting Fish by Visarute Angkatavanich | Colossal

<p>Thai photographer Visarute Angkatavanich shoots phenomenal portraits of Siamese fighting fish (betta). The intimate photos are perfectly lit in …

Present Cake

"This is the ultimate, ultimate list of my Favorite Things," says Oprah. Why? Because no matter who's on your holiday list, you'll find everything …

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This Might Be the Most Beautiful Castle in the World

After spending time in Scotland earlier this fall, I think I've found the most beautiful castle in the world.<p>I'm never one to turn down a castle visit. From England's Windsor Castle to Namhansanseong in South Korea, if a travel destination has a royal residence -- currently inhabited or long …

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A Look Back At Lou Reed's Life As A Performer

Reed died in Southampton, N.Y., of an ailment related to his recent liver transplant, according to his literary agent, Andrew Wylie, who added that Reed had been in frail health for months. Reed shared a home in Southampton with his wife and fellow musician, Laurie Anderson, whom he married in 2008.<p>…

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Lou Reed: The Rolling Stone Interview

The heckling starts in the middle of the very first song. Above the steely guitar strains of “Romeo Had Juliette,” the gritty ode to love under siege …

Lou Reed: Five rock themes we owe to his work

The obsession with the dark side<p>It wasn't that before the Velvet Underground everyone sang about love and flowers. We'd already had the "death discs" of the Shangri Las, Pete Townsend addressing alienation in his songs with the Who, and the primal danger of the first wave of rock'n'roll. But Lou …

Lou Reed: 20 Essential Tracks

After leaving the Velvet Underground in 1970, Lou Reed went to work for his dad’s accounting firm as a typist. If he had never played a note of music …

Lou Reed dies; rock critic Robert Hilburn remembers 'warmest guy'

Rock critic Robert Hilburn, who wrote much about Lou Reed during his more than 30 years at the Los Angeles Times, told The Times on Sunday that of all the people he had interviewed over the years, Reed was the most different from his public image.<p>"His image was cutting edge, darkness and …

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