November 2016

Chic & Tough

Nov 14, 2016 Elie Rossetti Serraino
Pair feminine details with more masculine silhouettes for a hip fall look. Stay warm this fall with layers. But we’re not talking about bulky sweaters over long underwear. This season choose a refined look with […]
November 2016

By the Numbers: Millennials

Nov 14, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
When it comes to money, its a good-news-bad-news scenario for Raleigh’s Generation Z, also known as millenials. Bank of America and USA Today examined how Raleigh’s 18- to 26-year-olds are faring financially and found that […]
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Fiddle Me This

Nov 14, 2016 Christa Gala
Could you win a violin just in time for the holidays? Student Katelyn Martin tried twice before finally winning a custom-made violin from wood carver Mike Anderson. That’s two essays she had to write; the […]
November 2016

Scarlet Fever

Nov 14, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Deep, rich reds invigorate and invite the holidays in. Use in large doses or to add small pops of color to soothing neutrals. “I love Benjamin Moore 2080-20 Patriot Red. It is a rich, saturated […]
November 2016

Classic Corner

Nov 14, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
“Every bedroom should have a space that is comfortable for reading or drinking your morning coffee,” says designer Tula Summerford of Design by Tula. Here, she offers her expertise on this enviable space. 1. Pair […]
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American Icon

Nov 14, 2016 Mandy Howard
Pop artist Peter Max brings color to Raleigh He has painted the last seven presidents, Marilyn Monroe and Lady Liberty, and his work has been featured everywhere from government stamps to Boeing jets, but what […]
November 2016

Animal Magnetism

Nov 14, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Jewelry inspired by the natural kingdom is timeless and beautiful. Plus, it’s a great way to showcase your personality or find the right gift for someone that’s both unique and personal—how many dog lovers do […]
November 2016

Don’t Put Away Your Sunscreen

Nov 7, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
Skin cancer is a year-round problem Once the weather cools and the leaves start to turn, people put away their summer clothes and many pack up their sunscreen, too. But experts warn you should wear […]
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Tastemaker: French Connection

Nov 7, 2016 Cameron Walker
Chef Serge Falcoz-Vigne seasons his dishes with love “When I was a kid, I was happy when all the family was together around the table,” says Serge Falcoz-Vigne, who took over as chef and General […]
November 2016

From Cary to California

Nov 7, 2016 Alexandra Drosu
This Thanksgiving, Katie Garfield will go to the movies with her family and friends as many of us will over the holidays. But for Garfield the outing represents more than a family gathering, she’ll be […]
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