Behind the Mask: Karl Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld is couture’s undisputed philosopher prince. He saved Chanel and made it the most sought-after line in the world, revived Chloé and Fendi, and launched his own KL. But has his personal loss changed the meaning of success?

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Sargent Shriver’s Lasting Impact: an Appreciation

Sarge was both brilliant and selfless—too selfless, some might argue, when it came to his own political career. There wasn’t a tough job that Sarge did not do well. When John F. Kennedy asked him to run the Peace Corps, he joked that J.F.K. had no choice but to give the job to a brother-in-law due to its enormous potential for failure. A few years later, Jacqueline Kennedy asked Sarge to arrange her husband’s funeral, and he did so flawlessly.

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Remembering Eunice Kennedy Shriver

Eunice Shriver was as fierce in her faith as she was in all parts of her life. She was one of the most remarkable people I have ever known. It was so very true what her brothers, John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy, said about her: “She could have been President.”

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