Hugo Alvarez Lopez

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The 15 Best Books of 2015

The Japanese have a word for the pile of books on your nightstand. “Tsundoku” refers to two things: the act of buying and never reading books, and to …

The Best Secret Streets Around the World

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‘Convertible’ Patek Philippe, Historic Rolex & Breguet Highlight Sotheby’s New York Auction

The next Sotheby’s New York watch auction, which occurs Thursday, December 10th, will offer a Ref. 3448 wristwatch made by Patek Philippe in 1966 with an unusual twist. Twenty years after it was made, the owner requested–and received– a second gold case (more about this later). In addition to this …

Nice and Tie-dy at DVF

For Pre-Fall, Diane von Furstenburg offered her take on the season’s top trends.<p><b>NEW YORK, United States —</b> Successful contemporary brands are good at …

5 Scientific Reasons Men Should Sleep Naked

Science has spoken once again: snoozing in the buff is supposedly the best way to get a good nights sleep. While the thought of sleeping nude may …

Why You Should Be Using a Foam Roller — and Which One to Buy

Right up there with kettlebells and battle ropes, foam rollers are ubiquitous at gyms but nevertheless require a bit of explanation if you want to …

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On the Street…Backless, Paris

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Stunning Aerial Photos Show A Side Of New York You've Never Seen

It was 2014, and photographer George Steinmetz flew over Met Life Stadium in a helicopter to shoot pictures of the Super Bowl from the sky.<p>But when he got there, he and his pilot soon discovered it was bundled in black insulation to keep it from freezing. "It was <b>blown up like a bubble; there wasn’t</b> …

On the Street…La Fortezza, Florence