WAG celebrates a year of passion for 2015.
Read below for a sneak-peak into our passion-filled issues:
“Passion for living”
▲Our issue about locals who are passionate about what they do, whether it be a vocation, lifestyle choice or hobby.
▲Cover story: James Naughton, passionate about the arts
▲Our annual romance issue considers the personal in the passionate with tales of relationships and obsessions, plus lots of jewelry and lingerie.
▲Cover story: right at home with Sean Patrick Maloney and Randy Florke.
“Passion for design”
▲ This issue covers not only home design, but fashion, car and tech design as well.
▲ Cover story: Lillian August, where design is a family affair.
▲Our annual “hoof and woof” issue, featuring Old Salem Farm, the Greenwich Polo Club, canine and equine shops and charities, and those folks who can’t get enough of their four-legged friends.
▲Cover story: the men of Greenwich Polo
▲Our annual botanical environment issue explores “blooming” careers and floral ornamentation in arts and crafts.
▲Cover story: Patti Lupone, perennial star
▲ WAG brings readers around the globe to discover them most intriguing people and the most exciting places, yet again.
▲Cover story: If Peter Oundijian has a baton, he will travel.
▲What’s a year of passion without a foodie issue?
▲Cover story: The books of Ruth Reichl
▲Our issue to lighten up with sports and recreation, including our annual salute to the U.S. Open.
▲Cover story: Katrina M. Adams, CEO, USTA, serves up an ambitious platform for her tenure
▲WAG explores the trends – and trend-setters – in the most stylish industry.
▲Cover story: Ralph Pucci elevates mannequins to art
▲WAG takes a look at nonprofits and fundraisers, along with those committed to the healing arts.
▲Cover story: Bernie Williams – former New York Yankees center fielder – a king of diamonds, and hearts
“A passion for work”
▲We cut a swath across medicine, finance, law, the laws, etc. to plumb the dedication that goes beyond 9-5.
▲Cover story: Ryan Reynolds: superhero and family man
▲We ring out the old – and ring in the new – with a look back at the most passionate people of the year and a look ahead to 2016.
▲Cover story: Bea Valdes, filipino designer dazzles New York