John F. Kennedy

Fragrance is its ‘Creed’

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Sometimes it takes many men to please a woman – in this case, seven of them. That’s how many men have headed The House of Creed, a perfumer that stretches back to the early 18th century. Today, it offers a variety of fragrances and bath products for women as well as men, including its new Floralie for the ladies.

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The Kennedy’s Canine Cabinet

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Through firsthand accounts, rarely seen photographs and documents from the archives of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, authors Margaret Reed of Wilton and Joan Lownds present a fascinating look at life with the Kennedys and their canine companions in the new book “The Dogs of Camelot, Stories of the Kennedy Canines.”

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Time passages

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A Geneva workshop is being recreated in Manhattan during Patek Philippe’s “The Art of Watches, Grand Exhibition New York 2017.” We revisit our January story on the event designed for watch collectors, antique lovers and history buffs alike as the July 13 opening nears.

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A charmed life

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History adds depth to The Columns. The property long known as the “Cerf-Wagner estate” – anchored by a 1927 eight-bedroom classic Colonial – retains it charming details while being fully updated for today’s lifestyles.

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