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In England’s seaside village of Penzance, where canines are banned from beaches all summer long, fall means a furry reclamation.

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The Rem Koolhaas–led firm OMA joined forces with Indonesian hospitality group Potato Head to create this latest addition to its Bali property—see inside the finished space

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The tidying expert likes to pack light but check her bags. When she’s flying, she tends to have less than a handful of items onboard

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Liu Wen, the Chinese model so frequently on the go that she has her own travel hashtag, is craving an unusual summer holiday: snowmobiling on “the edge of the world”

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A local’s tour of Gotland, Sweden and its neighboring Fårö—the Baltic Sea island with sweeping vistas where the director Ingmar Bergman lived. An insider’s guide to the beaches, sights and exceptional fika

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What began as a modest bungalow nestled in the lush jungles of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula is now a rejuvenating, treehouse-like aerie with a surf-camp vibe. See inside the vacation home architect Alan Wanzenberg, whose clients include Mick Jagger

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The Dylan’s Candy Bar founder and CEO on her Montauk travel agenda, favorite sneakers and hunt for the summer’s best blueberry muffin.

Fashion

Pol Chambost, a midcentury ceramicist whose work inspires fashion insiders like Raf Simons and Kris Van Assche, lived in a 15th-century villa in the Dordogne. His son is keeping the family legacy alive.