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Spring Place, a collaborative workspace and membership club, aims to give young creatives from fields such as fashion, art and film a place to connect. The first location opened in Manhattan in 2016, taking up three floors of the Tribeca building. While the focus of Spring Place is professional, the founders envision something between WeWork and Soho House: One floor features a sunken living room, a bar and a soundproof music room stocked with vintage instruments. Private offices, meeting spaces and dining rooms can be reserved in advance, and administrative help is available through a concierge service, tech support and personal assistants. (📷: @a_gaut)

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#WSJMagStyle: The strict elegance of the turn-of-the-century Loos Bar calls for a shot of black-and-white, straight up.⁠ ⁠ Take a glamorous waltz through the art nouveau landmarks of Vienna, with clothes that are as striking as their surroundings, at the link in bio (📷: @ethanjamesgreen, styling: Anastasia Barbieri) ⁠

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For all his proximity to fame, @bradfalchuk has preferred to operate in the background. “I’m not the person out front. Never been my thing,” he says. “But it’s to a fault. It has cost me.” ⁠ ⁠ His mentor Ryan Murphy first hired him as a junior writer on “Nip/Tuck” in 2003. Falchuk has worked on more than a half dozen series with him, including “Glee,” “American Horror Story,” “American Crime Story,” “Scream Queens” and “Pose.” ⁠ ⁠ But now press-shy man behind Murphy—and husband to Gwyneth Paltrow—has signed a major production deal of his own with @netflix. His show “The Politician” airs on September 27th. Read our story about how the writer–producer–director is carving his own path, at the link in bio. (✒️: @alexb718, 📷: @jessechehak) ⁠

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Green for days 🍃 (📷: @martynthompsonstudio)

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Perhaps the best-loved corner of @fondazioneprada is its Bar Luce. It was designed by Wes Anderson. “He sketched out a floor in baby pink, which everybody refused to do and which was impossible in reality,” Miuccia Prada told us in 2015. “But I said, ‘No, let’s do the baby pink,’ and I ended up showing him three different shades to choose from. Can you imagine?” When the Fondazione opened, they were still putting finishing touches on the bar. Read more about it at the link in bio. (🖊️: Joshua Levine, 📷 by @craigmcdeanstudio)⁠

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Take a glamorous waltz through the art nouveau landmarks of Vienna, with clothes that are as striking as their surroundings. (📷: @ethanjamesgreen, styling: Anastasia Barbieri) #WSJMagStyle⁠

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Enjoy the last of summer! (📷: Olaf Otto Becker)⁠

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In a village near Paris, interior decorator @j.p.molyneux has restored a 12th-century castle with maximalist abandon. Take a peek inside at the link in bio. (✒️: Joshua Levine, 📷: @simonpwatson) ⠀⠀

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#WSJMagStyle: Mix comfortable favorites with professional attire. (📷: @brunostaub, styling: @charlottecolletcollet)

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A dreamy patio table set for lunch. (📷: @magnusmarding)

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Fabien Baron and Ludivine Poiblanc are minimalist tastemakers. At their home in Greenwich village, their gift for editing makes for easygoing elegance. “Ludivine really likes things beautiful, warm, cozy,” Baron says. "Cozy" is a relative term in this rigorous house, but the more time you spend here, the more you begin to see things their way. Read more at the link in bio. (🖊: @samedford, 📸: @francoishalard)

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The perfect dining room for a summer meal. (📷: Olaf Otto Becker)⁠

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Paid program with @ragandbone: ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Rag & Bone original: Bianca Balti tests out the brand’s fit-perfected denim. Shop the collection.⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ ⁠The Wall Street Journal news organization was not involved in the creation of this content.⁠⠀

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#WSJMagStyle: Add polish to festive statement pants with a crisp blazer. (📷: @matteomontanariphotography, styling: @stevie_dance)

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@abyrosen's vibrant hotel in Tel Aviv, located in the Jaffa quarter, blends the old and the new. Take a look inside at the link in bio. (🖊: @samedford, 📸: @amitgeronphotographer)

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#WSJMagStyle: Never underestimate the power of monochromatic dressing. (📷: @brunostaub, styling: @charlottecolletcollet)

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#WSJMagStyle: Frill meets function with breezy pieces. (📷: @brunostaub, styling by @ganio)⁣

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"Toni invented a whole avenue for other types of books," Fran Lebowitz told us earlier this year. "She literally widened the idea of literature." ⁠ ⁠ Toni Morrison, who died on Monday at 88, was a Nobel Prize–winning author. She had also been a teacher, an editor and a cherished friend and mentor to other writers. Read the complete oral history at the link in bio. (Words: @tgebremedhin, Photograph: Jack Mitchell/Getty Images)⁠

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The Tverrfjellhytta, or the Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion, completed in 2011, is one of Snøhetta’s most striking projects, a jarring blip of rough steel, highly reflective glass and sculpted wood set against the sweeping highland plains. “It’s really about distinguishing itself from the landscape,” says Craig Edward Dykers, who founded the firm with Norwegian Kjetil Trædal Thorsen. “Sort of the opposite of what people usually think about our buildings, that they’re all about being part of the landscape.” Read our 2016 story on the maverick duo at the link in bio. (🖊: @ianvolner, 📷: @a_gaut)⁠ ⁠

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Toni Morrison has died at 88. The Nobel Prize–winning author had also been a teacher, an editor and a cherished friend and mentor to other writers. "So much of the history of black literature has been embroiled in the debates about whether one is a writer and what race has to do with it. She readily embraced those identities: black female writer," Angela Y. Davis told us earlier this year. Read the complete oral history at the link in bio. (Words: @tgebremedhin, Photograph: Jill Krementz)⁠ ⁠

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#WSJMagStyle: Long hems add kick to a seasonal wardrobe. (📷: @josholins, styling: @ludivinepoiblanc)

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#WSJMagStyle: Throw on an overcoat for casual romance. (📷: @christian_macdonald_studio, styling: @kjeldgaard1)⁠

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The real-estate developer @abyrosen spent four and a half years turning the 1938 A. Conger Goodyear House, in Old Westbury, Long Island, into a family getaway. In Goodyear’s day, sheep grazed the 110-acre pastureland encircling the house, which offered views of Long Island Sound. The Rosen property, now just five and a half acres, has been lushly planted to screen out the neighbors. See how Rosen restored the modernist landmark, at the link in bio. (🖊️: @samedford, 📷: @a_gaut) ⁣⁠ ⁣

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#WSJMagStyle: A suede gaucho hat polishes off any ensemble. (📸: @inezandvinoodh, styling by @georgecortina)

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Sweden’s Fårö island, the onetime home of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, is reimagined as the setting for a poetic vision of simpler life in fall fashion. See it at the link in bio. (📷: @christian_macdonald_studio, styling: @kjeldgaard1)⁠

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In collaboration with architect Paul Cournet, designer Sabine Marcelis has filled her abode in Rotterdam with pieces as subversive and luminous as her own designs. See it at the link in bio. (🖊: @samedford, 📸: @alexandreguirkinger) ⁣

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On Sunday, why not stay in your PJs? 😴 ⁠ ⁠ (📸: @josholins, styling by @clarerichardson1)⁠

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The 20th-century Finnish architect Alvar Aalto created some of the world’s most studied and revered structures. What happens when they no longer serve any practical purpose? Find out at the link in bio. (🖊️: Fred A. Bernstein, 📹: @giuliorojerghirardi)

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#WSJMagStyle: Soak it all in with girlish abandon.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ Take a wind-swept fashion tour of Sweden’s Fårö island, at the link in bio. (📷: @christian_macdonald_studio, styling: @kjeldgaard1)⁠

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Last summer, @anguscloud, who plays the lovable drug dealer Fezco on HBO’s “Euphoria,” was walking through Manhattan when a woman approached him. “She asked me if I would be down to do an audition, but she didn’t exactly say what it was for. I thought it was some type of scam,” Cloud says. At the time, the Oakland, California native was working at a chicken-and-waffles restaurant near the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Cloud has emerged as the show’s fan favorite, and Cloud is tasked with many emotionally intense moments on a show that deals heavily with addiction. Read our interview with him at the link in bio. (🖊️: @oliviacraighead, 📷: @gilbertsosa) ⁠ ⁠

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Château La Coste, a 600-acre estate in the heart of Provence, was a personal project for developer Patrick McKillen. First acquired by McKillen in 2002, it features an organic winery and art and architecture park with works by 26 architects and artists, opened to the public in 2011. In 2016, after planning for more than a decade, McKillen launched Villa La Coste, a luxury hotel on the site. “I didn’t want to create something ‘old world,’” McKillen told us before the opening. “We wanted to be contemporary but rustic.” Read more at the link in bio. (🖊️: @alicemcavanagh, 📷: @frederik_vercruysse)

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Sweden’s Fårö island, the onetime home of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, is reimagined as the setting for a poetic vision of simpler life in fall fashion. See it at the link in bio. (📷: @christian_macdonald_studio, styling: @kjeldgaard1)⁠

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Luxury outposts in remote locations are now a staple of five-star travel, but Careyes, a fantastical realm of art and architecture on Mexico's Pacific coast, was a pioneer in the field, conceived on a scale impossible to imagine today. Go to the link in bio to read our 2014 story on Costa Careyes's utopian view. (🖊: @tonyperrottet, 📸: @josholins) ⁠

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@maya_hawke, Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke’s daughter, is becoming a star. This summer, she has starred in "Stranger Things" and "Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood." Read more about her at the link in bio. (🖊️: @laneflorsheim, 📷: @mirandabarnes, styling: @laurastoloff)⁠

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#WSJMagStyle: Monochromatic hues instantly modernize a traditional silhouette. (📷: @gatescharlie, styling: @david_boots)

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@maya_hawke likes working on projects with friends, like writing music and lyrics and directing music videos. She loves doing her own writing, too, and reading, noting how important her self-education is to her. ⁠ ⁠ She says she feels lucky to come into acting at the same time as others she grew up with in the city who are “doing great right now,” like her friends Lucas Hedges and Fred Hechinger, as well as those she didn’t know like Timothée Chalamet and Ansel Elgort. “Even the people you don’t know that well, it somehow makes you feel less alone,” she says.⁠ ⁠ This summer, the acting daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke has starred in “Stranger Things” and “Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood.” She’s becoming a star in her own right. Read more at the link in bio. (🖊️: @laneflorsheim, 📷: @mirandabarnes, styling: @laurastoloff)⁠

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Even though @maya_hawke, Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke’s daughter, couldn’t read a full script for the third season of “Stranger Things” before accepting the role of Robin, she knew she wanted it. The story was still being written when she auditioned, but she liked that Robin seemed independent, strong-willed and above all else, funny. Some reviewers immediately hailed her as the breakout star of the new season. ⁠ ⁠ Last week, Hawke made her big screen debut in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood,” playing a drifting ’60s flower child. Her own fanbase has appeared virtually overnight—from five hundred thousand Instagram followers ahead of the July 4th premiere of “Stranger Things to,” currently, over two million. She’s becoming a star in her own right. Read more at the link in bio. (🖊️: @laneflorsheim, 📷: @mirandabarnes, styling: @laurastoloff)

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Architect Alan Wanzenberg has transformed a modest bungalow nestled in the lush jungles of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula into a rejuvenating retreat with a surf-camp vibe. See it at the link in bio. (🖊️: @samedford, 📷: @wabranowicz)

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Palais de la Zahia, in Marrakech, is unquestionably a big house, a grand riad that dates to the 16th or the 18th century, depending on whom you ask.⁠ ⁠ It is now owned by French iconoclast Bernard-Henri Lévy and his wife, the actress Arielle Dombasle.⁠ ⁠ Both avid swimmers, Lévy and Dombasle asked landscape designer Louis Benech to enlarge the pool and surround it with roses, shrubs and fig trees. Take a look inside their home at the link in bio. (🖊: @samedford, 📸: @stephenkentjohnson)

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#WSJMagStyle: Top things off with a clean dream.⁠ ⁠ Fall style essentials with understated drama, at the link in bio. (📷: @bibicornejoborthwick, styling: @clarerichardson1, set design: @danielleselig)⁠

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A perfect summer day calls for a meal outside. (📷: @magnusmarding)

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#WSJMagStyle: Ground any look in oversize cuts.⁠ ⁠ Sweden’s Fårö island, the onetime home of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, is reimagined as the setting for a poetic vision of simpler life in fall fashion. See it at the link in bio. (📷: @christian_macdonald_studio, styling: @kjeldgaard1)⁠

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#WSJMagStyle: Pastels that pop will make hearts race. ⁠ ⁠ The best and brightest cocktail gowns of the season offer a kaleidoscope of candy-like hues. See them all at the link in bio. (📷: @thurstanredding, styling: @maxclarkone)⁠

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Paid program with @flexjetllc: Flexjet, the most stylish and innovative fractional #privatejet 🛩 provider in the world, has introduced an experiential-based partnership benefit program. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Red Label by Flexjet Owners will enjoy access not available elsewhere and events like no other from prestigious brands that embody the same values and standards as Flexjet. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ The Wall Street Journal news organization was not involved in the creation of this content.

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#WSJMagStyle: Go long or short on a monochromatic moment. ⁠ ⁠ The best and brightest cocktail gowns of the season offer a kaleidoscope of candy-like hues. See them all at the link in bio. (📷: @thurstanredding, styling: @maxclarkone)⁠

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Architect Alan Wanzenberg has transformed a modest bungalow nestled in the lush jungles of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula into a rejuvenating retreat with a surf-camp vibe. See it at the link in bio. (🖊️: @samedford, 📷: @wabranowicz)

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The award-winning actor and creative executive @melissamccarthy, our August cover star, has played some of Hollywood’s most memorable characters. They are often extreme while never feeling outright implausible; they often enact the satisfying fantasy of a woman who gives full vent to her id. The actual McCarthy, though, is softer and gentler than her movie counterparts would suggest. Find out how at the link in bio. (🖊️: @amandafortini, 📷: @danmartensen, styling: @elissasantisi) ⁠

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Sweden’s Fårö island, the onetime home of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman, is reimagined as the setting for a poetic vision of simpler life in fall fashion. See it at the link in bio. (📷: @christian_macdonald_studio, styling: @kjeldgaard1)⁠

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#WSJMagStyle: A structured bodice lends a regal air. ⁠ ⁠ The best and brightest cocktail gowns of the season offer a kaleidoscope of candy-like hues. See them all at the link in bio. (📷: @thurstanredding, styling: @maxclarkone)

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@melissamccarthy, our August cover star, doesn’t draw a line between comedy and drama. (“Something’s happened where you’re supposed to pick a side now,” she says.)⁠ ⁠ She speaks fondly of the sophisticated adult movies of the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s—“Tootsie”; “9 to 5”; “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” among them—when, she notes, “comedies were just good movies that happened to be funny.”⁠ ⁠ She chose to do “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”, a film that finds bleak humor in an unlikely friendship, simply because she loved the character. And she signed onto “The Kitchen”—a gritty and imperfect film that, as a female revenge fantasy, certainly presents its share of humor—because she loved the script. “I want a good story,” she says. “I don’t care what format it comes in.” Read our August cover story at the link in bio. (🖊️: @amandafortini, 📷: @danmartensen, styling: @elissasantisi) ⁠