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Neely Barnwell Dykshorn

Its mysterious origins notwithstanding, Neely Barnwell Dykshorn confirms, there’s no question that the red velvet cake is quintessentially Southern. more

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A Bath County mountain retreat where rustic and whimsical meet to create a stunning backdrop for a Virginia-themed art collection. more

Warm weather and the lure of the Mediterranean motif. more

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Canine-inspired style worthy of the honor “Best in Show.” more

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Ginia Zenke

Genteel ideas from a lovely region more

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Photography by Cade Martin | Styling by Neely Barnwell Dykshorn | Flower styling by Richard Stone

In anticipation of the coming season, we combined artisan jewelry from around the state with some outrageous floral headdresses. A spring fling! more

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Ming Bling

Courtesy of Rodarte

A fresh look at our passion for blue and white more

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Not Your Granny's Tartan

Vivienne Westwood

Plaid works for holiday and wintry days ahead. It’s dignified and playful, preppy and punk. In the words of Lisa Birnbach, author of True Prep—the freshly minted update on the Preppy Handbook—“What’s not to love?” more

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Updates on a timeless trend more

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In the Driver's Seat

Robb Scharetg

A month in the country is divine, but a sunny day is fine, too, when you're cruising in a convertible. more

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Pastoral Pavillion - Feature

Kip Dawkins

After years of working abroad, architect Errol Adels dreamed of settling in a country house. He considered Provence but ultimately built a “contemporary version of a neolassical building” amid the rolling hills of Fauquier County. more

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Jules Reid spent years selling stocks in NYC but always had her sights on the the Garment District. Now, she's launched her bright first collection, with a second due this fall. more

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Tinsley Mortimer Feature - Spirited Glamour

Robb Scharetg

With a nod to Mary Millicent Rogers, we present some classic looks and spectacular jewelry. more

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More than 250 homes statewide will be open for Historic Garden Week April 17-25—including the 1861 Yarbrough house in Richmond's Church Hill. By design “neither nicer nor worse than” the identical house next door, today it is fully restored, full of more

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Smithsonia, a brick manse in Fredericksburg, has been a girls’ orphanage, a wartime hospital and more. Now it’s a chic mix of old world and new—fitting décor for the fashionable lady of the house. more

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Tiffany lamps Paris

Jay Paul

A new exhibit of the U.S. designer’s decorative work is on display in Paris, featuring 14 works from the VMFA’s collection. more

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Culinary icon Edna Lewis redefined sophisticated Southern cooking during her long career. Photography by John T. Hill more

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L.A. Designer Eva Franco opens her first Virginia boutique. more

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