Over the last two decades, James Goldstein has managed to transform his holy trinity of leisure-time interests—fashion, basketball, and architecture—into an entire lifestyle that’s a transcontinental blur of runway shows, playoff games, statuesque women, Dionysian after-after-parties, and celebrity photo ops. The big question is how he did it—and what he’s after
Dasha Zhukova, daughter of a Russian oligarch, has emerged as an unlikely force in the international worlds of fashion and art. First she co-created a clothing line. Then she celebrated the star-studded opening of her own contemporary gallery in Moscow. This fall, she adds another line to her résumé: Magazine Editor. The naysayers are ready—and so is she.
Emma Watson didn’t have to dream about living in the magic kingdom of Harry Potter. She grew up there, plucked from school at the age of 9 to be cast as the female lead in one of the most successful movie franchises in history. As the series starts to reach its end, the most magical transformation has been that of Watson herself, no longer a precocious sidekick, now a full-grown woman.