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Travel Through the Pages: The South

Closing out the summer chapter of our travel series, Creative Director Raquel Reyes brings us to her Southern home, sharing the films, books, music, and art that have shaped her love of the region.

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A Room of Want’s Own: Brief Comments on Female Desire in Three Summer Reads (and One Excellent British Tragicomedy)

Writer Rachel Tay explores the topic of female desire in three of the summer’s most popular and poignant reads – Mona Awad’s Bunny, Lara William’s Supper Club, and Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women – before turning to Phoebe Waller-Bridge and the phenomenon that was and is Fleabag.

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Sunday Strolls, Vol. 6: Annecy, France

Languoring in the final days of summer, we take a special nostalgic Sunday Strolls to the Alpine town of Annecy, France, where Olivia, Raquel, and Rory spent a day touring one year ago.

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Graduation – The End of an Education? 

Writer and recent graduate Jessica Armstrong discusses life after academia, sharing what it is she’s learned in adjusting to the so-called “real world.”

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How to Dress Like The Talented Mr. Ripley's Dickie Greenleaf

In this edition of How To Dress Like Your Novel, our Perfume Columnist Mishka Hoosen channels what we've all been calling “Ripley summer,” after the 1999 film based on Patricia Highsmith’s iconic thriller.

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How to Dress Like You're In Costalegre

In this edition of How To Dress Like Your Novel, Olivia Gündüz-Willemin and Raquel Reyes look to the recently released Costalegre, exploring its themes of environment, art, and mother-daughter relationships, each interpreting these through their own lens.

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The Attic on Eighth Packing List

Inspired by Joan Didion’s quintessential packing list, the Attic team questions what it is that belongs on a modern day packing list of the same nature, sharing their own travel essentials.

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Beautiful Things Are Worth Pursuing: Battling Homesickness with A Room with a View

New contributor and art historian Kiely Schuck shares her experience as a graduate student in Florence with E.M. Forster’s A Room with a View as a balm to keep homesickness at bay.

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