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Holiday history lessons

Vintage paper packages tied up with string are one of Brad Parberry's favorite thing.  Read More »

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2011

11/23


Elizabeth Varnell


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Seeing red

This winter, the style set is sporting head-to-toe looks in brilliant shades of crimson, scarlet, and burgundy.  Read More »

New Doors

Just in time for Black Friday, two labels are opening brick-and-mortar shops that will provide frenzied gift-givers with instant gratification.  Read More »

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Click: Best photographs of Nov. 2011

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Sandwich separation anxiety cured?

In his pre-Seinfeld days, Jason Alexander sang and danced in a McDonald’s commercial about keeping the hot beef away from the cold veggies—and now, 27 years later, Will Archie has tackled another component of the sandwich problem: soggy bread. The former Oracle and Salesforce.com... Read More »

Digging for diversity

Rare-plant authority Annie Hayes explains how to cultivate an uncommon garden.   Read More »

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2011

10/19


Nikki Ioakimedes | Photo: Tom Hood


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So rare it's extinct

Deppea splendens (pictured above) went extinct in the wild in the 1980s, but rare-plant expert Annie Hayes, who’s famous among flora zealots for cultivating some of the most uncommon plants in the world, just started selling the species at Annie’s Annuals & Perennials, her... Read More »

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2011

10/19


Sara Johnson


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The You-Haul Bike

Rock star industrial designer Yves Béhar’s latest creation for his company, Fuseproject, may help San Franciscans finally ditch their cars. A few years ago, Béhar noticed the startup kids in his SoMa office riding in from the Mission on their fixies. He was inspired by the realization that... Read More »

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Crafts with benefits

What sensory experiences do your household objects spark? Read More »

Structurally Sound

After seasons filled with drapey layers, designers sharpened their scissors to cut precise angles on all of fall’s top looks. Read More »

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