INTRODUCING RADNOR, THE NEXT-GEN GALLERY YOU NEED TO KNOW

Flush with alluring objects and equipped with precisely polished points of view, galleries are seemingly custom tailored for the Instagram age. And yet, few galleries seem to have actually cracked the medium’s potential. Let it be known, however: Susan Clark, founder of Radnor Gallery, is not one of those people.

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8 DESIGN LESSONS FROM THE LEGENDARY ALESSANDRA BRANCA

There are designers and then there are designers. Alessandra Branca, a born and bred Roman with a top-tier Chicago design pedigree, is one of the latter. Coffee table books, high-profile design collaborations, and countless industry awards have made Branca the kind of bold-print designer who’s name bolsters tables of contents and adds verve to industry events. Which is all to say: she’s the kind of designer worth taking a tip from. In conjunction with Casa Branca’s recent DECASO debut, we asked Branca to give us eight of her best designer tricks. Her answers, which range from brilliant, no-cost hacks to splurge-y remodel ideas, are sure to inspire your next interior shake-up, or better yet, tee it off today!

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6 HOTELS THAT PROVE HOLLYWOOD REGENCY IS AMERICA’S OFFICIAL FIRST STYLE

Hollywood Regency hotels may not be as ubiquitous as Art Deco hotels or mountain lodges in the U.S., but what they lack for in numbers they make up for in their centrality to America’s DNA. Dig into the histories of America’s legendary Hollywood Regency hotels—The Greenbrier, The Grand Hotel Mackinac Island, to name a few—and you’ll find it’s not just opulent interiors that unite them, but robust histories populated by U.S. presidents, diplomats, billionaires, and, of course, Tinsel Towners. Does that make the Hollywood Regency hotel America’s official hotel style? Here, six getaways (and their page-turning stories) make a compelling case for it.

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THERE’S NO NEED TO SAY GOOD-BYE TO SUMMER WITH STRIPE VINTAGE MODERN’S GUIDE TO BEACH CHIC

A background in fashion meant Eric Cody and Arel Ramos were committed to treating their Miami gallery, Stripe Vintage Modern, like a sartorial collection. “Since we’re based in Miami, we wanted the gallery to reflect coastal living not in the nautical sense of navy stripes and turquoise accents, but rather in calming neutrals and rich materials that convey a casually elegant lifestyle,” says Cody. To do that, the duo coined the term “Beach Chic,” bringing definition to a look that ranges from “rustic to luxurious, organic to glamorous.”

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