Table of Contents: September 2013



Features

Bright, Bold & Just Beginning
Meet our Ten Teens to Watch 2013—extraordinary kids who are the influencers of tomorrow. They are already shaping the landscape of philanthropy, art, science, technology and international relations. Now you get to say you “knew them when."

Innocence Lost
On December 14, 2012, twenty-six lives were lost. Without heroes like teacher Kaitlin Roig, that number would have been higher. We sit down with Kaitlin to find out where the road that began with the unimaginable has taken her.

In The Face Of Adversity
Brutally panned by critics early on, plagued by dyslexia and a facial-recognition disorder and struck down by paralysis, Chuck Close is no stranger to struggle. Yet today he is known as one of the greatest modern artists of the twentieth century. He talks to us about his life, loves and fears (yes, he does have them).

In Fashion
Color, color everywhere! The runways of Fall Fashion Week saw some great pieces in fab colors, from deep jewel tones to rich autumnal hues.

Departments

From The Editor

From The Founders

Town Talk

Fab Finds

People & Places

Weddings

In Good Taste

Buzz

Calendar

Index of Advertisers

Postscript

 

Greenwich Agenda


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