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Based in Brooklyn, New York, Michelle Duncan is a freelance journalist and an editorial consultant specializing in stories and written communication that center design. She covers interiors, architecture, art, and fashion, and her bylines have appeared in Architectural Digest, Robb Report, Metropolis, and other publications. Michelle was previously the external communications coordinator at Robert A.M. Stern Architects and has an M.A. in Design Research, Writing & Criticism from the School of Visual Arts and an M.S. in Historic Preservation from Pratt Institute.
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If you’ve ever been curious about the dining establishments visited by the agents of Netflix’s hit docusoap Selling Sunset, you’re in for a treat. The Hollywood Reporter has painstakingly made a list of all the show’s restaurants, starting back with season one, all the way up to the newest, season seven, dropped on Nov. 3. […]
“We had a 13-year run of a robust market and are experiencing a necessary cycle change,” says Rayni Williams of The Beverly Hills Estates, reflecting on the 36?percent drop in luxury home sales that hit L.A. in the second quarter. Meanwhile, the median price of a home in Los Angeles hovered at $963,000, down 1?percent […]
The current real estate market is tough. But despite obvious challenges like high interest rates, these standout New York City next-gen real estate agents — Eric Brown of Compass, Maggie Chong of Serhant, the Corcoran Group duo of Marko Arsic and Jason Lau, Douglas Elliman’s Erin Lichy (a star of the new season of The […]
Highlighted by a display of its design collaboration with the late Virgil Abloh, high-end Italian furniture brand Cassina unveiled its largest store to date in May on North Robertson Boulevard in West Hollywood. “We are extremely excited to open the largest Cassina Store in Los Angeles, sharing our unique vision of the home with the […]