Tone poems to the Scottish Highlands and even the Beach Boys, these cozy marriages of squares and textiles would make Cher and Dionne squeal.  Phaidon’s Anni & Josef Albers: Equal and Unequal, a visual biography by Nicholas Fox Weber, presents more than 750 artworks. All products featured on Vanity Fair are independently selected by our
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Countries have not yet come to a consensus on how to safely restart travel amid the coronavirus crisis, and this could cost the global economy trillions of dollars, according to the chief executive of Dubai Airports. “We don’t have an agreed testing procedure for a reliable, accurate and scalable test, and that needs to happen,”
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The Time Loop In Edge Of Tomorrow Back in an alternate 2015, an alien race known as the Mimics invade Earth, guns a’blazin’. They take the world by storm, with Europe being a pretty big focus. Humanity evolves its warfighting capabilities, and somehow in the alternate 2020, Major William Cage (Tom Cruise) is seen as
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Self-made billionaire Mark Cuban has consistently attributed his success, in part, to his devotion to life-long learning. In fact, the “Shark Tank” investor previously called it “the greatest skill” to have. For Cuban, life-long learning means spending “four to five hours a day” reading, he told CNBC Make It in 2018. “I read everything I
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The Nautilus Maldives Despite the Maldives recently tightening entry requirements after a spike in coronavirus cases, the Indian Ocean archipelago is still one of the world’s most popular post-pandemic travel destinations – its glittering string of islands perfectly set up for social distanced travel. And if a tropical paradise complete with swaying palms and thatched
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Many charity professionals, including a former board member of the Charity Commission, have hit out at the sector’s regulator after it mooted a possible inquiry into the purpose of the National Trust. The Telegraph newspaper reported over the weekend that current chair, Baroness Stowell, appeared to suggest the charity could face an inquiry into the
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The Union of Musicians and Allied Workers (UMAW) has launched a new campaign called “Justice at Spotify”, with the hope of securing a more equitable financial arrangement from the world’s most popular music streamer. Spotify has long been criticized for its paltry payout rates. One recent report found that a mid-sized indie label earned $0.00348
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Exclusive Felicity Huffman has finally put the college admissions scandal firmly in her rearview mirror … and she’s reached the finish line before Lori Loughlin even got started. The ‘Desperate Housewives’ actress is officially off supervised release, and her legal team says she’s completed all other aspects of her punishment — including her 2-week prison
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