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Winner’s CIRCLE • QUINCY ISAIAH’s magic moment happened slowly, then all at once
Home Cooking • In these new recipe books, three famous foodies return to their roots.
Purple REIGN • Take a dip in these violet delights, from lilac cat-eye shades to indigo kitten-heel sandals to ruffles that evoke rolling floral hills
Bright SIDE • From her pink furniture to floral frocks, DVF cochairwoman TALITA VON FURSTENBERG creates candy-hued worlds
The Wide WORLD OF KANYE • “They say people in your life are seasons, and anything that happen is for a reason.” So quoth Ye, né Kanye Omari West, whose tangled web of pals, foes, lovers, and influences is an all-weather wonder
Coast ALONG • In postwar Cape Cod and 1960s L.A., art, love, and politics collide
SIX-PACK • High raunch, Afrofuturism, and more new fiction
Unscripted • Three actors pen evocative, intimate personal histories.
Coming Up ROSES • Can perfumery’s archetypal flower outstep its grandmotherly reputation? A new crop of scents shakes things up
Language BARRIER • A bilingual screenwriter tried to build a bridge between Russia and the West. Vladimir Putin burned it down
Mr. Dylan’s DREAM HOUSE • A first peek at Tulsa’s treasure-packed Bob Dylan museum
THE QUEEN OF HEARTS • As QUEEN ELIZABETH II celebrates her platinum jubilee, the ROYAL FAMILY struggles to control fractures while redefining the Firm for a new era. Perhaps no one has better footing—to everyone’s surprise—than CAMILLA, DUCHESS OF CORNWALL
DIANA’S LAST DANCE • In this excerpt from her new book, The Palace Papers, about the 25 YEARS since Diana’s death, Tina Brown describes the impact the PRINCESS’S press strategy had on her sons
THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING HOUSE OF WINDSOR • A quiet, decades-long effort to PARE DOWN the official Windsor dramatis personae has UPENDED THE MILLENNIAL ROYALS—with irreversible consequences
ALL IN THE FAMILY • JAMES REGINATO CHECKS IN ON THE FOURTH GENERATION OF GETTYS—A LIVELY BATCH OF GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN FROM AMERICA’S MOST INFAMOUS OIL DYNASTY—IN THIS SNEAK PREVIEW OF GROWING UP GETTY
FREE RADICALS • THEY’RE NOT MAGA. THEY’RE NO NOT QANON. IN THE CRUCIBLE OF 2022 CONSERVATISM, THE POWER BROKERS ARE INFLUENCED BY AN INTELLECTUAL NEW RIGHT THAT ENVISIONS ITSELF AS THE MOST DANGEROUS SORT OF COOL. V.F. REPORTS FROM THERE PARTY AT THE END OF THE WORLD
MODERN FOLKLORE • COUNTRY MUSIC’s new stars are not aw-shucks, down-on-their-luck cowboys but YOUNG BLACK WOMEN carving a HALLOWED SPACE in opry’s pantheon—and THEY’VE GOT the lyrics, the SOUND, and the looks to last
GREEN GOLD • COBALT MINING HAS LONG HAD A DIRTY AP, WITH COMMODITIES KINGPINS WRINGING RICHES FROM THE CONGO. YET THE WORLD DEMANDS EVER MORE OF THE METAL, SO A BILLIONAIRE ALLIANCE—FEATURING JEFF BEZOS, BILL GATES, AND MICHAEL BLOOMBERG—IS STRIKING OUT FOR THE ARCTIC, WHERE PROFITEERS ARE THE NEW PRESERVATIONISTS
CONFESSIONS OF A MOB CHEF • In the 1980s and 1990s DAVID RUGGERIO was a rising star of French cooking in New York and a proto–celebrity chef with cookbooks and TV shows to his name. But all that success in the kitchen belied the double life he was leading as a rank-and-file member of the Mob. Decades after his fall from grace and mysterious disappearance from the food world,...