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Style for all

The Best of Fashion and Lifestyle 2014

RINGS AND THINGS

Best Jewelry and Watch Buys for All Budgets

The Best of Fashion and Lifestyle

MAKE A SPLASH

Warm Weather, Cool Looks

WE ASKED, THEY ANSWERED: DWYANE WADE

He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands

PHILIPPE COUSTEAU

Working for a Brighter Future

JessicA alba Gets Honest Our Exclusive Interview

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The first watch ever to cross the sound barrier in a near space environment, it nurtures the legend of the El Primero movement. Equipped with Striking 10th and flyback functions, the first high-frequency automatic column-wheel chronograph movement accompanied the historical records set by Felix Baumgartner during the Red Bull Stratos mission. A legendary watch that pays tribute to the enterprising spirit, to human beings and to their accomplishments.

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ANTIGUA Abbott’s Jewelers • Colombian Emeralds ARUBA Colombian Emeralds • Little Switzerland BAHAMAS Colombian Emeralds • John Bull • Little Switzerland BARBADOS Colombian Emeralds • Little Switzerland BERMUDA Astwood Dickinson • H.S. & J.E. Crisson Ltd. CANCUN UltraJewels • Aldeasa COZUMEL UltraJewels • Diamonds International CURACAO Little Switzerland • Freeport Jewelers DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Bentrani • DFA • Cosmopar GRAND CAYMAN Kirk Freeport GRENADA Colombian Emeralds GUADELOUPE Carat JAMAICA Casa de Oro MARTINIQUE Grain D’or PUERTO RICO Bared & Sons • Little Switzerland ST BARTH Goldfinger ST LUCIA Colombian Emeralds • Harry Edwards ST MAARTEN / ST MARTIN Goldfinger • Little Switzerland ST KITTS Abbott’s Jewellery • Diamonds International • Kay’s Fine Jewelry ST THOMAS Jewels • Little Switzerland TORTOLA Jewels • Little Switzerland TURKS & CAICOS Colombian Emeralds • Jai’s

TAG HEUER BOUTIQUES: ARUBA / BAHAMAS / BARBADOS / COZUMEL / GRAND CAYMAN / ST MAARTEN / ST THOMAS

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Letter from the Editor

I admit it: Vacation equals shopping to me. No matter where my travels take me, I will find something to buy. Whether it’s local handicrafts, street art, or clothing and jewelry, I will convince myself that I can only find it right here, right now. My shopping addiction has created multiple cases of buyer’s remorse, such as the one too many pairs of espadrilles from Spain; a handmade hammock from Colombia that is sitting balled up in a hallway closet; or the multiple Matryoshka dolls from St. Petersburg that are now in storage due to a very curious toddler who puts everything in her mouth. But then on the flip side are the purchases I would buy over and over again and that still put a smile on my face: the wedding bands my husband and I acquired in the Azores, a gorgeous gemstone bracelet from St. Thomas, and bottles of handmade rose hand lotion from Big Sur, California. As my souvenir-magnet-covered fridge can attest, I adore traveling and the little buys made abroad are a big part of my vacation experience. For me, it’s often less about the object and more about the place, the people and the memory that purchase embodies. Our travels, the people we meet and the memories we make are what inspire us—and what inspired this issue. We talk to Philippe Cousteau, Jr., whose global travels and personal encounters motivate his work to protect our environment for future generations. Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat are often on the road, but it’s Wade’s trips during his time off that influence his expressive personal style. We chat with trendsetters and industry insiders who share why they love traveling. And we’ve filled our pages with objects big and small, inspired by exotic animals, sun-filled islands and leisurely time at sea: a perfect opportunity to sample a new wine or browse the great buys onboard or in port. Wherever your cruise takes you and whatever you choose to take back home with you—be it a pair of diamond studs, a bottle of island rum or a simple memento—you will have cherished memories of trips with the ones you love that will remind you how great discovering our world is in the first place. Enjoy!

Maryanna Estomba-Rousseau and the Style for All staff Managing Editor

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48 28 DOING IT WADE’S WAY

Dwyane Wade discusses family, philanthropy, fashion and basketball

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STAR POWER Brad Pitt makes accessorizing manly, as Jennifer Lawrence sparkles on the red carpet WANDERLUST Trendsetter Monica Patel-Cohn has seen the world, working for the best names in fashion. She shares her top Caribbean travel tips

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STYLE FILE Colorful florals, exotic skins, a cup of tea or a dose of rock ’n’ roll: Get inspired with the latest in fashion, jewelry and accessories TIMING IS EVERYTHING Celebrities we love and the watches they wear

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TRENDING Our jewelry and watch picks for what to wear now

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ALL IN THE FAMILY From playtime to dinnertime, it’s all about family bonding onboard

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LEADING LADY Jessica Alba has it all: a hot Hollywood career, gorgeous family and budding ecological empire

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GOOD DAY SUNSHINE Perfect beach looks for sunny days and hot nights

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OUT OF THIS WORLD Deep-sea diving and space exploration: watches that have gone above and beyond the limits

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THE BIG BLUE Philippe Cousteau, Jr., carries on the Cousteau family legacy

98  LIFE’S A BEACH—

THE BACKGROUND ON BEACHWEAR BASICS Fun facts behind what we wear to the beach

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ANYTIME WINE Red, white or rosé? Choosing the ideal wine for every moment onboard

112  LOCATION, LOCATION,

LOCATION The Caribbean and Mexican Riviera immortalized on the big screen

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IN THE SPIRIT Care for a drink? Hemingway, Fitzgerald—and even Dr. Seuss— definitely did. A look at the favorite cocktails behind a few very famous writers

128 COLOR OF HOPE

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The Hope Diamond hides quite a tale behind its sparkling blue beauty, as do many of the world’s famous colored diamonds

ON THE Cover: JESSICA ALBA, photographED by Jeff Lipsky 18 | Style for All

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The athletes who set recordbreaking times in Olympic history

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NECESSARY GOODS Beauty-industry insider Melissa Conner gives time-saving beauty tips while on vacation

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NOSE FOR IT The science of being a perfumer and how fragrances are made

140 140 IT’S A WRAP

Gift ideas for friends and family

146 BRAND FINDER

 Where to find the brands you love in port

150 LASTING IMPRESSION

Trendy or timeless: Pick your favorite Beyoncé-inspired look

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Publishing

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communications specialist

Contributors C laudio Beier, Dorothy Cascerceri, Claudine Ko,

Joseph Montezinos, Jacquelynn D. Powers, Marco Riekstins, Brandi Stansbur y, H. M. Struthers, Anna Voisard, Hernan Zornada

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James Perdomo

Melissa Rodriguez

Raquel Figueroa

Gail Abrams

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Advertising Sales

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Jeffrey Meister

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Director of International BRAND MARKETING Sales manager

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Dan Shaw

Kevin Maschke

Juan Carlos Peña

Haley Struthers

producer/director director of operations senior editor SENIOR VIDEOGRAPHER production coordinator

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Anna Riekstins

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customer relations manager

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customer relations assistant manager

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Contributors

Joseph Montezinos Photographer, “Good Day Sunshine”

Claudine Ko Writer, “The Big Blue,” “Leading Lady”

Claudio Beier Photographer, “All in the Family”

Katherine L ande Fashion Stylist, “Good Day Sunshine,” “All in the Family”

Jacquelynn D. Powers Writer, “Doing It Wade’s Way”

Melissa Conner Hair & Makeup Artist, “All in the Family”

Joseph’s work has appeared in Cosmopolitan, Brides and Easy Living magazines, and his clients include Marks & Spencer, Famous Footwear, Bali lingerie and Crabtree & Evelyn. Joe was also featured as the guest celebrity judge on Britain’s Next Top Model with Elle Macpherson. He splits his time between Miami, New York and London, but says he will always consider himself a New Yorker.

Claudine’s work has appeared in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Vice, New York Post, Men’s Health and Interview. She coauthored clothing designer Kenneth Cole’s Awearness: Inspiring Stories About How To Make a Difference. She currently calls New York home.

Born and raised in Brazil, Claudio worked as a marketing executive before becoming a photographer. His clients include Audi Magazine, ESPRIT, Jean Yves and HGTV. When he’s not shooting, you’ll find Claudio stand-up paddleboarding around Miami, sailing or kitesurfing.

Katherine’s work can be seen in Palm Beach Illustrated, Naples Illustrated and Weddings Illustrated magazines. She has served as a style expert for events at Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s; and has recently launched KL Style Inc., a fashion consulting and styling business for private clients, companies and events.

Jacquelynn has worked as the senior editor for Ocean Drive, Blender and Maxim magazines. Her writing has been featured in Paper, Elle and The New York Observer. She’s interviewed celebrities like Sean “Diddy” Combs, Céline Dion, Lindsay Lohan, Oliver Stone, Sylvester Stallone, Donald Trump and Wolfgang Puck. Jacquelynn is currently the editorial director at Miami Pop Media.

Besides styling some of Hollywood’s most famous faces for red-carpet events like the Academy Awards and the Radio Music Awards, Melissa’s work has also appeared in magazines such as Time; Maxim; and O, The Oprah Magazine; and on Bravo TV, MTV, VH1 and the Travel Channel. Melissa shares all the latest in beauty and travel advice on her site, melissaconner.com.

Ideal travel partner:

Someone who takes you out of your comfort zone and will kick you in the butt and say, “Come on, let’s go do that!”

Favorite vacation purchase:

A very cute white summer dress purchased for my very pretty wife.

Ideal travel partner:

They must be willing to eat anything, be amenable to forging an itinerary and then chucking those plans to the wind, and brilliant foreign-language skills. Being incredibly attractive is key, too.

Favorite vacation purchase:

Le Beurre Bordier aux Algues, which is an amazingly rich butter, flecked with seaweed, that could only be purchased in a few select French shops. I was planning on enjoying it back home and smuggled it all the way to my layover in Montreal, where airport security confiscated it for being an oversize “cream.” I’ve held a grudge against the Canadians ever since.

Ideal travel partner:

For kitesurfing in New Caledonia, it would be a couple of my long-time friends from Brazil; if I’m on vacation in Brazil, then family is my number-one pick; for a calm retreat in the Caribbean, I’ll go with my girlfriend.

Favorite vacation purchase:

A stylized watercolor painting of a map of the British Virgin Islands bought on a small island directly from the artist.

Ideal travel partner:

I love learning about new places and things, so my travel partner has to share that passion. They also need to be flexible and willing to venture off the beaten path.

Favorite vacation purchase:

A gold serpent bracelet that I purchased in the South of France.

Ideal travel partner:

My parents instilled an early love of travel in me by often making me miss school to fly off to exotic locales (It’s OK, I graduated with honors). So my ideal traveling companions would still be my parents and their adventurous spirit.

Ideal travel partner:

I want to travel with someone who likes outdoor adventure, like zip-lining, kayaking and snorkeling.

Favorite vacation purchase:

A beach blanket I picked up in St. Lucia that is the weight and size of a sarong, so it’s easy to pack. I use it constantly.

Favorite vacation purchase:

I like buying things, often with a culinary bent, that will remind me of a particular trip. On a vacation to Japan, I bought handcrafted plates and bowls that I use when serving homemade Japanese meals.

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ANTIGUA – Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International | ARUBA – Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry | BAHAMAS (Nassau) - DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Venetian Jewelers (Paradise Island) - Solomon’s Mines International (Crystal Court) - Solomon’s Mines International (Freeport) - Colombian Emeralds International, Freeport Jewelers | BARBADOS – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International | BELIZE – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | BERMUDA – Crisson Jewellers | BONAIRE – Littman Jewelers | CABO SAN LUCAS – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | CANCUN – Diamonds International | COSTA MAYA – DI Watch & Design | COZUMEL – Philip Stein Boutique at the Forum Shops, DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | CURAÇAO – The Old Freeport Shop, Diamonds International | DOMINICA – Jewellers International | GRAND CAYMAN – Philip Stein Boutique, The Flagship, The Mansion, DI Watch & Design | GRAND TURK – Diamonds International | GRENADA – Colombian Emeralds International | JAMAICA (Falmouth) - Philip Stein Boutique (Ocho Rios) - Jewels & Time, Tanzanite International (Shoppes of Rose Hall) - Jewels & Time | KEY WEST – Diamonds International, Tanzanite International | PLAYA DEL CARMEN – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | PUERTO RICO – Blue Diamond | PUERTO VALLARTA – Diamonds International | ROATAN – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | ST. KITTS – Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry | ST. LUCIA – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International | ST. MAARTEN – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Joe’s Jewelry International, Majesty Jewelers | ST. THOMAS – Philip Stein Boutique, DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Royal Caribbean | TORTOLA – Mi Amore

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Star Power

Dwyane wade

Doing It Wade’s Way For Dwyane Wade, it’s about playing ball, giving back and being a dad—and doing all three with style. By Jacquelynn D. Powers

Whether he’s rocking polka-dot manpris (capris for men) or shooting layups to help lead his team to the NBA Championship, Dwyane Wade turns heads both on and off the court. The longtime Miami Heat star has evolved and matured greatly from his rookie season back in 2003. Back then, he was a raw, gifted player whose half-court prowess was tempered by a shy persona. Now, Wade may get to flash his championship rings (plus an Olympic Gold medal in 2008)—and have the media at his feet—but in his off-court time, he’d rather focus on his charitable endeavors and being a great dad.

Family Man Not many NBA players raise their children alone (he has sole custody of sons Zion and Zaire after a contentious divorce and long custody battle) or pen a New York Times best-selling book about the trials and joys of fatherhood. Writing A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger Than Basketball was a life-changing experience, Wade says. “I found myself sharing experiences I’ve never shared with anyone before,” he recalls. “It was somewhat therapeutic. I’ve heard from a lot of people that the book has changed their lives and has given them a new perspective. I’m really appreciative of the opportunity.” Wade is a family man who advises fellow fathers to “take responsibility and stay involved and active in the lives of their children.” The book inspired a literacy campaign with prominent writer James Patterson: The duo teamed up to encourage kids to read, in keeping with Wade’s longstanding commitment to charity. His Wade’s World Foundation provides support to educational, health and family service programs in underserved communities. “Giving back is very important to me,” Wade says. “I live by the motto, ‘To whom much is given, much is required.’ I’ve overcome a lot in my life, and I’ve been fortunate to give back to my community—both in Chicago and Miami.”

Looking Good Clearly, he is proud of his success as an athlete, philanthropist and father. But there’s one more essential facet to

D-Wade: his sartorial sense. The fashionable b-baller was named the NBA’s Best Dressed Player in a poll conducted by Sports Illustrated. He explains that his style icon is James Bond with his signature tailored suits. Wade has also been greatly influenced by global travels, most specifically to Milan, Italy, where he attended Fashion Week. “I was introduced to the trend of a higher hemline on pants,” he says of his visit. “Since then, I have incorporated that into my wardrobe. Every city I visit opens my eyes to the variety of ways clothes can be worn. My style now is more expansive. I try to incorporate a new silhouette, color, pattern or accessory into my wardrobe every season.” He’ll alternate Louis Vuitton, Givenchy and Dolce & Gabanna clothing with one constant accessory—a Hublot watch.

Winding Down During the off-season, jet-setting Wade loves to travel the world, with his iPod blasting. A new favorite destination is the Caribbean island of Anguilla, where chilling out is the No. 1 priority. “While on vacation, I enjoy relaxing and getting some downtime with my family,” he shares. “I usually bring my boys along for vacations, and we make a lot of fun out of it. Sometimes, I sneak a few workouts in.” When the time comes for Wade to retire from professional basketball, expect him to continue his charitable endeavors, as well as branch out into fashion more. (He partnered

with luxury sock line STANCE to create the Wade Collection.) For now, the 6-foot-4-inch guard is still powerful and fierce, a self-described “risk taker” who inspires everyone he meets—whether it’s under the hoop or at a food drive. “Being a basketball player allows me to have fun doing both these roles,” Wade recognizes. “I have to be competitive on the court, you know; that’s just my nature. Then, off the court, I have a platform that allows me to be generous and give back to my community. That’s what it’s all about.”

Giving Back

As an ambassador for the luxury watchmaker Hublot, Dwyane Wade traveled to Beijing’s Forbidden City for a charitable challenge where every basket scored raised money for the One Foundation—an organization whose platform includes focusing on children’s welfare—on behalf of Hublot and Wade’s World Foundation.

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Prime Time Wade was named the NBA’s Best Dressed Player by his basketball peers in a Sports Illustrated poll. Here he wears his favorite accessory, a Hublot Miami Heat Limited Edition watch.

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Star Power

Diamonds

Twinkle, Twinkle, Hollywood Star

Clockwise from top: FOREVERMARK Halo diamond earrings; HEARTS ON FIRE Comet pendant; Chopard diamond necklace from the Red Carpet Collection; Kabana Infinity ring; Crown of Light diamond pendant from the Spark Collection.

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Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence dripped in delicate diamonds by Chopard at the 2013 Academy Awards, giving a red-carpet staple a refreshingly modern look.

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It’s a guy thing

global cool Brad Pitt knows that the accessories make the outfit—even for men.

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Clockwise from top: david yurman facetedmeteorite statement ring; han kjØBENHAVN for J.Crew tortoiseshell sunglasses; Zenith Pilot Montre d’Aéronef Type 20 watch; JOHN HARDY small chain square bracelet; John hardy dragon necklace from the Naga Collection.

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Classic Fusion Aero Chronograph. Self-winding skeleton chronograph movement. Case crafted in a new unique red gold alloy: King Gold. Black rubber and alligator strap.

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Wanderlust

Pack It Up I like to pack light, so I choose items I feel comfortable wearing all the time, like my caftans, lightweight cotton tops and dresses, and loose cotton or silk pants. A comfy shoe for walking is essential, and I like a dressy sandal for night. I always take a versatile sweater and scarf to layer with in case it’s chilly on the flight. As far as jewelry goes, my wedding band and vintage Indian engagement ring never come off, so they go wherever I go. The Must-Haves Sunscreen, my favorite sunglasses, a bunch of good tote bags in case we find shells, coconuts, stones, or whatever else the kids discover. They love to bring little mementos home. And an absolute must is lots of wipes for the kids.

Caribbean Dreams I am dreaming of fresh, grilled fish from a local beach hut with lime, some rice and beans, and a cold beer. I also love to browse the art and handicrafts, shells and all the great jewelry. What’s my favorite thing to purchase on vacation? A return ticket! I love the entire Caribbean experience: the color of the sea, the lush islands, and seeing my kids enjoy the calm waters as if they were in a big bathtub. We’ve been to Puerto Rico, the Cayman Islands, St. Maarten, Turks and Caicos, and the Dominican Republic. I can’t wait to explore the rest. My Secret Weapon The one that keeps the peace: my iPad. The kids are entertained during the flight, so my husband and I have a moment to ourselves.

Top right: Two New York studio; Monica’s vintage Indian engagement ring; in the studio with her caftans. Above: Monica and her kids vacationing in the Caribbean.

Just Relax I am definitely happy to leave behind the hustle of New York City. Swimming in the clear Caribbean waters under the warm sun is the ultimate indulgence.

STUDIO SHOTS: Aimee Herring; blue & pink Caftan: edition01.com.

Stylish globetrotter Monica Patel-Cohn has traveled the world styling for top fashion magazines, working at fashion mecca Barneys New York and for Prada in Milan. She now lives in Brooklyn, with her husband and two kids, and is the designer behind Two New York’s lust-worthy caftans. She tells us how she manages to look chic, stay comfortable and keep the peace when traveling with the family in tow.

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Animal instinct

Call of the Wild

Clockwise from center: Camilla dress and one-piece bathing suit; Philip Stein Signature watch with brown ostrich strap; Marco Bicego Murano Link Collection earrings with London-blue topaz; Elizabeth and James spotted calf-hair sling backpack; Rebecca Minkoff Pina leather sandal; J.Crew calfskin belt; Roberto Coin Siberian Tiger cuff.

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Go bold with exotic prints and animal-inspired jewelry. Pair them with bright yellow, pink or turquoise for a modern take on the trend.

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Ladylike

Tea Time

Clockwise from center: Oscar de la Renta Resort 2014 Collection; Hearts On Fire Lorelei bow stud earrings; Emily Post’s Etiquette, 18th Edition book; MacarOn Café macaroons, macaroncafe.com; Jonathan Adler teapot; Cutler and Gross cat’s-eye sunglasses in strawberry; Kate Spade teacup and saucer; Guerlain lipstick in Kiss Kiss Strass; Kabana pink mother-of-pearl heart pendant; Essie nail polish in Ballet Slippers.

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Femininity is always in style. Adorn yourself with delicate accessories as timeless as good manners.

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She’s with the Band

Clockwise from center: Rebecca Minkoff Resort 2014 Collection sweater; Kabana onyx ring; Ramones album cover; Deborah Lippmann nail polish in Stormy Weather; Alexandre Birman cut-out leather bootie; Linea Pelle Dylan bag; Rebecca cuff.

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Give your look a rock ’n’ roll edge. Add an oversize cuff or a cool lace-up bootie for just the right amount of rocker chic.

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TIMING IS EVERYTHING

When it comes to celebrity style for men—it’s all in the wrist. By Dorothy Cascerceri David Beckham landing a deal with Breitling as the face of its Transocean Chronograph Unitime watch could be considered a dream job for someone with his passion for watches. He is an avid collector of Jacob & Co. watches and purchased his first watch from the company’s founder Jacob Arabo when the brand launched in the 1990s. Beckham was one of the first customers to own the brand’s Global 3 watch, which features five time zones. Beckham has also been spotted sporting a Rolex Sea-Dweller Deepsea watch and a custom Chopard GT that his wife, Victoria Beckham, reportedly gave him as a gift.

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When celebrity chef Eric Ripert walked into New York City’s famed Le Bernardin restaurant his first day on the job, the Cartier Santos watch his mother gave him at age 15 was part of that career milestone. “I knew it was a special moment; a turning point in my life. I will never forget that time—it was exactly 7:40 a.m., on June 11, 1991,” he told Philadelphia Style magazine in an interview. Ripert, who has appeared as a guest judge on the popular Bravo TV show Top Chef, is a big fan of the Swiss label Vacheron Constantin. In fact, the Vacheron Constantin American 1921 Boutique New York watch in his collection is extra special to him because it’s No. 7 of only 64 produced— and seven is his lucky number. Cartier Santos

In the song, “Who Gon Stop Me,” Jay-Z raps, “So many watches I need eight arms.” Jay-Z’s impressive watch collection is rumored to include a $5 million diamondencrusted Hublot Big Bang watch. While we can’t confirm the hefty price tag, we do know he rocks a gold Hublot Classic Fusion in the music video for the song “Otis.” Jay-Z also teamed up with Audemars Piguet to design a Royal Oak Offshore Limited Edition watch with his signature engraved on the back for his 10-year anniversary in the music business: Only 100 watches were produced. Once, during a performance at Carnegie Hall, Jay-Z rocked three watches in one night, starting with an Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Tourbillon Chronograph, later switching to a Jaeger-LeCoultre “Tribute to 1931” Reverso and ending with a Rolex Day-Date II.

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fine choice Black or brown leather strap? Black or white dial? The list of styles and features available in the watch market grows by the minute.

MONTBLANC Timewalker Twinfly Chronograph The twin-hand flyback function of the Montblanc manufacture caliber MB LL 100 allows the central chronograph and minute hand to fly back at the same time. Available in black or brown alligator-skin strap with pin buckle.

SHINOLA Runwell Collection

These timepieces blend

urban style and functionality featuring Shinola Detroit-built Argonite 1069 movements with a 47-millimeter steel case, white or black dial, and American-made leather strap.

BREMONT Solo This modified caliber BE-36AE automatic chronometer has a 43-millimeter hardened stainless-steel Trip-Tick® case with scratchresistant sapphire crystal and an open case back.

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Let’s get physical

Bulova Precisionist Champlain Collection

These tough timepieces stand up to competition both on and off the field.

Wenger Squadron Rescue Chrono

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Arm candy Color outside the lines with trendy timepieces in vibrant hues.

Watches from left: Fruitz Tutti Frutti, Fendi Round Selleria; Philip Stein Signature with croc-embossed leather band; Gucci U-Play Collection.

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ANTIGUA – Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International | ARUBA – Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry | BAHAMAS (Nassau) - Diamonds International, Venetian Jewelers, Milano Diamond Gallery (Paradise Island) - Solomon’s Mines International (Freeport) - Freeport Jewelers, Colombian Emeralds International | BARBADOS – Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International | BELIZE – DI Watch & Design | BERMUDA – Crisson Jewellers | CABO SAN LUCAS – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | CANCUN – Diamonds International | COSTA MAYA – Diamonds International | COZUMEL – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | CURAÇAO – Diamonds International The Old Freeport Shop | DOMINICA – Archipelago | GRAND CAYMAN – Diamonds International, Watch Me | GRAND TURK – Diamonds International | GRENADA – Colombian Emeralds International | JAMAICA (Falmouth) - DI Watch & Design, Jewels & Time (Ocho Rios) - Jewels & Time, House Of Diamonds (Montego Bay) - Shoppes at Rose Hall: Jewels & Time | KEY WEST – Diamonds International | PLAYA DEL CARMEN – DI Watch & Design | PUERTO RICO – Blue Diamond, Milano Diamond Gallery | PUERTO VALLARTA – Diamonds International, Milano Diamond Gallery | ROATAN – Diamonds International | ST. KITTS – Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry | ST. LUCIA – Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International |ST. THOMAS – Diamonds International, The Collection, Royal Caribbean, Paradise Jewelers, Bliss Jewelers | ST. MAARTEN – Diamonds International, Joe’s Jewelry International, Majesty Jewelers, Ballerina Jewelers | TURKS & CAICOS - Diamonds International, The Jeweler, Milano Diamond Gallery

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Metal Head Pile on bangles and bracelets in different tones and textures for an effortlessly cool look.

Clockwise from top left: GUCCI thin bamboo bracelets; Alex and Ani classic mixed charm bracelet; Roberto Coin Primavera Collection bangles; John Hardy classic chain bracelets; Charles Krypell I Love You 7 Days a Week bracelets.

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All in the Family The family that plays together stays together. Opportunities abound for fun and play onboard, such as karaoke, comedy shows, trivia and ping-pong tournaments. Hasbro, The Game Show, on select ships, lets guests play board-game favorites with a twist: like Connect 4 basketball, Yahtzee bowling and others.

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Time for Us

Relax and reconnect while sipping one of our colorful signature cocktails or a refreshing beer at one of the many bars and lounges onboard, like BlueIguana Tequila Bar. On Mom: Cruise Wear & Co. dress, Steve Madden sunglasses, H. J. Namdar wedding band, Anne Klein watch. On Dad: Quiksilver swim shorts, Carnival Tshirt. Items can be purchased in the Fun Shops onboard; availability may vary by ship.

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Everything you need for fun in the sun is available onboard. Magid Hats fedora (1); Carnival towel and flip-flops (2, 3); Invicta watch (4); Anne Klein watch (5); Nouveau bracelets (6); Steve Madden sunglasses (7); Clinique Chubby Sticks (8); Bliss body butter and body scrub (9,11); L’Occitane foot cream (10); L’Occitane cherry-blossom and verveine fragrances (12); Bijoux Terner tote bag (13).

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The options are endless. Sushi fans can show off their chopstick skills at Bonsai Sushi, while meat lovers rejoice at Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse. Whether you’re craving spicy, salty or sweet, you can find it all onboard. On Mom: Crown & Anchor Couture striped top, Anne Klein watch, Tara Vanessa hoop earrings, H. J. Namdar wedding band. On daughter: Carnival T-shirt, Tara Vanessa blue-beaded bracelet. On Dad: Quiksilver button-down shirt, Invicta watch. On son: Carnival T-shirt. Items can be purchased in the Fun Shops onboard; availability may vary by ship.

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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Indulge in some mother-daughter time at the onboard spa. Try relaxing massages, mani-pedis in the hottest shades, or getting your hair styled for a fun night onboard. On Mom: Blanc Touché tunic, Cruise Wear & Co. leggings, Anne Klein watch, Tara Vanessa bangles and hoop earrings, H. J. Namdar wedding band. Nail polish by CND. Items can be purchased in the Fun Shops onboard; availability may vary by ship.

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Leading Lady Jessica Alba’s biggest role has nothing to do with cameras or spotlights, and everything to do with being a businesswoman and a mom. —By Claudine Ko It’s late afternoon on the west side of Los Angeles, and actress Jessica Alba has been shuttling herself from one appointment to another: a session with her acting coach, a consultation at her dermatologist’s about a curiously festering insect bite and, later, dance rehearsal for a movie role. But her current stop is at the Santa Monica headquarters of The Honest Company, which sells nontoxic, eco-friendly family products, and where she has landed a different kind of role: the boss. Her style is casual chic and includes black studded Isabel Marant boots, skinny jeans and a long black tank top. She points out that her hair is not brushed (“It never is”) and jokes that the extra dose of blush on her cheeks is her attempt to “look young and fresh, even though I’m old and tired.” Of course, if you’ve checked out photographs of the stunning actress lately, you

know this is hardly the case—despite the fact that she’s been hard at work for two decades since nabbing her first feature-film role in 1994’s Camp Nowhere. Plus, after starring in a steady stream of TV shows and movies—from Flipper and Dark Angel to Sin City and Fantastic Four—she got married, gave birth to two children and authored The Honest Life, a companion book to her business filled with personal stories and tips on how to live naturally. Indeed, for anyone who may have assumed Alba’s life has been all two-dimensional glitz and red-carpet glam, they’d be mistaken. “Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night with my mind spinning,” she says. “Just like, [dramatically inhaling] ‘Did I [write] that e-mail?’” But the leap from actor to businesswoman was not that great if you consider the shrewdness and tenacity required to last in Hollywood— Style for All | 69

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Leading Lady

Career Highlights Jessica Alba achieved worldwide recognition in James Cameron’s Dark Angel TV series. Her first starring role in a major studio film was Universal Pictures’ Honey, released in 2003— a contemporary urban drama that grossed more than $60 million. Alba also starred in the Twentieth Century Fox action-franchise blockbuster Fantastic Four, which became a worldwide box-office success with more than $300 million in revenue. She has since made more than 25 feature films that have earned a combined box-office total of more than $800 million, including comedies and dramas—from gritty independents to major studio blockbusters.

Alba shares her personal journey to living better naturally and includes plenty of great tips in her best-selling book, The Honest Life.

or the fact that Alba was already a self-proclaimed feminist at the age of six. In a video her parents recorded on a trip to Disneyland, the future Hollywood A-lister confidently announces, “I don’t need a man. I’m going to be my own boss; make my own money. I can do anything.” And so far, she’s made good on all those promises. “Even when I was starting my career, I always approached it from a more business mindset, in the movies I chose to do, and with the way my image and my brand was dealt with as an actress,” she says. “There was no nepotism that got me here. I hustled, so I had to make sure I could stick around as long as possible. And so I tried to do it in the smartest way I could.” Alba has applied the same wisdom and tenacity to her entrepreneurism. She came up with the concept for The Honest Company in 2008, when she was pregnant with her first daughter and wanted to give her a safer start. “After washing Honor’s layette in the babysafe laundry detergent that everyone used, I broke out in a terrible rash. If I had such a bad allergic reaction, I knew it couldn’t be good for my baby. So, that started my mission to find affordable, healthy, nontoxic products for children and families everywhere.” She brought on her first partner 20 months later, and after almost three years of development,

Fantastic Four (2005) and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) She went blonde to play superheroine Sue Storm, a member of the Fantastic Four and one of the earliest female superheroes created by Marvel Comics. Valentine’s Day (2010) She took on the role of Morley Clarkson in this entertaining film directed by Gary Marshall about making up and breaking up in Los Angeles. Little Fockers (2010) Alba held her own in the third installment of the star-studded

Jessica Alba, flanked by Danny Trejo and Sin City director Robert Rodriguez, at the Venice Film Festival in 2010.

box-office franchise. The role of Andi Garcia, a saucy pharmaceutical sales rep, was her first attempt at slapstick comedy.

famous funny ladies Amy Poehler and Jane Lynch in this comedy dealing with family and divorce.

The Killer Inside Me (2010) She accepted the daring role of Joyce Lakeland in this film adapted from the 1952 novel of the same name dealing with sex, violence and power.

The Spoils of Babylon (2013) Will Ferrell, Tobey Maguire, Kristen Wiig and Tim Robbins costarred with Alba in this comedy miniseries on IFC.

Machete (2010) Working a second time with director Robert Rodriguez, Alba costarred alongside Robert De Niro as Sartana, a tough U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent. Escape from Planet Earth (2013) She prepared for the role of Lena Thackleman, an alien villain, in the 3-D family film by reading stories to her daughters in different voices. A.C.O.D. (2013) She worked alongside

The Stars Align in 2014 2014 is a notable year for Jessica Alba with four planned film releases starring the talented actress, including a sequel to Sin City directed by Robert Rodriguez and a romantic comedy costarring Pierce Brosnan and Kristin Scott Thomas. • Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (2014) • Dear Eleanor (2014) • How To Make Love Like an Englishman (2014) • Stretch (2014) sin city premiere: Piergiorgio Pirrone/ZUMApress/Newscom

Sin City (2005) In the film adapted from Frank Miller’s popular comic book series, Alba stepped out of her comfort zone to play a sexy dancer named Nancy Callahan in the Robert Rodriguez-directed film.

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From left: Jessica Alba arriving for the 2012 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards in London; Cash Warren and Jessica Alba pose at the 2010 White House Correspondents Association Dinner in Washington, D.C.

The Honest Company launched in January 2012 with a total of 20 staff members. By the middle of 2013, they already had grown to 100 full-time employees. As impressive as her success has been, her decision to start a company when already absorbed with motherhood and a thriving movie career is difficult to comprehend. “I believe in the good—in the greater good,” says Alba, who works with cofounder and chief product officer Christopher Gavigan to create everyday lifestyle products made with safe, nontoxic ingredients, such as plant-based diapers, household cleaners, toothpaste, vitamins and baby-safe sunscreen. “[Many people] don’t even know that over 80,000 toxic chemicals that are completely untested are in the marketplace, in and around us, in our environment every day. And we have no idea what the health ramifications are, especially on our children’s health.” Talking to Alba can be a little surprising as she elaborates on specific health issues

and problems caused by suspect manufacturing practices. Her vernacular is clearly SoCal, inflected with the occasional “rad” and “awesome.” But then she launches into dialogue about everything from the toxicity of phthalates to securing “A-series funding,” and you realize you’re not dealing with some spoiled Hollywood actress with superficial do-gooder aspirations, but a true force who is making a difference. At the same time, she maintains an easygoing breeziness reflective of where she grew up. “I’m that weird person that actually believes it is possible and you can have a mission-driven business and it can be successful. I think if I was a logical, pragmatic person who was like, ‘How the hell am I going to do this?’ I wouldn’t have done it. I think me being creative, me being a dreamer, me being a hustler and not having the expectation except for it just needs to get done is the thing that got it done.” While her drive is intrinsic, her stance

as an environmentalist has been nurtured from childhood. And growing up in droughtplagued Southern California, as well as with grandparents who grew up in the Depression era, Alba has always been aware when it comes to wasting or not wasting. “It’s been ingrained in me to reuse and recycle and up-cycle,” she says. “You pretty much never throw anything away of what you’ve already used. Find other uses or purposes for it.” “I was the one who was always asking [my parents] questions,” she says, describing the modest consumer choices of her family as that of a “typical, normal American family.” What helps keep Alba going is the gratification from impacting people’s lives in a positive way. “That’s what makes me feel good,” she says. However, her movie fans needn’t worry. “I am always going to be an actress,” she says. “I feel like telling stories is part of what I’m here to do. I had this calling when I was so young, and I can’t imagine ever stopping.” Style for All | 71

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Good Day Sunshine Keep it chic in breezy looks made for sun-soaked days and balmy nights in paradise. photographed by Joseph Montezinos

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Mara Hoffman cocoon cover-up, marahoffman.com; Letarte turquoise swimsuit, letarteswimwear.com. Opposite: J.Crew boyfriend button-down shirt, jcrew. com; Tory Burch print bikini, toryburch.com; Sequin braided leather and metal necklace, sequin-nyc.com; Friedrich’s Optik vintage-style sunglasses, friedrichsoptik.com.

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Lotta Stensson caftan, lottanyc. com; Eres white one-piece swimsuit, eresparis.com; Kara by Kara Ross black-coral pendant necklace and bangles, kararossny.com. Opposite: Calypso St. Barth silk dress with braided neckline, calypsostbarth.com; Tory Burch seashell and pom-pom heel, toryburch.com; Aurélie Bidermann braided bracelets, gypsyusa.com; Hipanema beach bracelet, calypsostbarth.com. 80 | Style for All

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OUT OF THIS WORLD

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In its brief life span, the wristwatch has revolutionized timekeeping and seen plenty of action as a result. From the deepest waters on Earth to the first steps on the moon, wristwatches have been instrumental in voyages way beyond catching a bus or making that 10 o’clock meeting. by Anna Voisard

FROM THE EDGE OF OUTER SPACE Felix Baumgartner became the first man to break the speed of sound in free fall, and the Zenith Stratos Flyback Striking 10th on his wrist (right) became the first watch to do so.

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Filmmaker JAMES CAMERON is the first person to complete a dive to the deepest part of the ocean solo. The dive was part of Deepsea Challenge, a joint scientific expedition by Cameron, the National Geographic Society and Rolex to conduct deep-ocean research.

In 1962, NASA purchased samples of commercially sold wristwatches to test their durability and performance on space missions. Beginning with the Apollo program, NASA selected the Omega Speedmaster Professional as the timepiece of choice for its astronauts. The astronauts used the wristwatch with its sturdy Velcro strap for both intra- and extra-vehicular activities, including moonwalks. During EVA (extra-vehicular activity), they secured the wristbands around the outside of their pressure suits. They used the chronograph or stopwatch feature to time their spacewalks and to monitor the minutes during other scientific chores. Many of the space-traveled Speedmasters are on view at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. But you won’t find Buzz Aldrin’s on display. It was lost on the way to the Smithsonian: current whereabouts unknown.

Another space-centric model, the Bulova Accutron, came out in the 1960s. The world’s first electronic watch, the Accutron was very popular with U.S. pilots during the Vietnam War. It was also used for time references in many satellites and to control some of the Apollo moon experiments. Famously worn by astronaut Scott Carpenter on the cover of Paris Match in 1962, the “Accutron Astronaut” was chosen by some of the “Original 7” astronauts for the first national manned journey into space.

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Down Under

More recently on the extreme-exploration front, James Cameron ventured down 35,756 feet in a submarine to the Challenger Deep valley of the Mariana Trench in 2012. A Rolex Deepsea Challenge was attached to the outside of the sub, and Cameron wore another one on his wrist for the dive. His timekeeping

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Marilyn Monroe gave JFK a Rolex, engraved “Jack, with love as always from Marilyn, May 29th, 1962.” Richard Nixon gave the opening speech at the National Association of Watch and Clock Makers conference in 1955. As a thank-you gift, he received a Vulcain Cricket, widely acknowledged to be the first wristwatch with an alarm loud enough to wake someone up.

ORIGINAL 7 Project Mercury astronauts (from left): Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper, John Glenn, Gus Grissom, Wally Schirra, Alan Shepard and Deke Slayton standing beside a Convair 106-B aircraft.

choice mirrors the selection made by two explorers who broke the all-time human depth record when they reached this same spot—the deepest part of the ocean—in 1967. During their dive, another Rolex, this time a Deep Sea Special, was strapped to the sub. On both trips, the timepieces and their wearers returned intact.

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The Bulova Accutron was chosen by some of the “Original 7” astronauts for the first national manned journey into space. Above: The Bulova Accutron Calibrator.

In another super-challenging plummet, Austrian extreme athlete Felix Baumgartner broke the speed of sound by reaching an estimated speed of 833.9 mph when he jumped from the stratosphere during the Mission Red Bull Stratos in 2012. This unbelievable feat made him the first man to break the speed of sound while in freefall. Also an extreme multitasker, Baumgartner collected data during the fall to improve scientific understanding of how the body copes with the extreme conditions near space. “Breaking the speed of sound in freefall is a pioneering effort, and being a pioneer requires risk,” stated Baumgartner before his jump. “This is the ultimate skydive.” Just like the NASA astronauts, he wore a Zenith Stratos Flyback Striking 10th strapped around his wrist on the outside of his spacesuit, making it the first watch to break the speed of sound in a near-space environment.

As James Bond, Pierce Brosnan wore an Omega Seamaster. So does George Clooney, as himself. Rafael Nadal prefers Richard Mille. Leonardo DiCaprio has been spotted in a Tag Heuer Carrera Chronograph. Danica Patrick sports a Tissot T Race. Kanye West has been seen in a diamondencrusted, 18-karat yellow gold Tiret wristwatch with his own face on the dial.

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The Big Blue Eight decades since his internationally famed grandfather, Jacques, began making waves in the world of ocean exploration and conservation, Philippe Cousteau, Jr., carries on his family’s deep-blue legacy. By Claudine Ko

Philippe Cousteau, Jr.’s grandfather always told him: “The world is connected—what we do in one place affects another, and because of that, we as human beings have tremendous power.” But it wasn’t until age 16, when he went exploring firsthand on a “real-life Indiana Jones” trip to Papua New Guinea, that the idea really clicked. “We were walking down a dusty trail one day and saw a group of Huli tribesmen walking toward us with bows and arrows, probably out hunting; and toward the back, three or four young men about my age were wearing Lakers basketball T-shirts,” says Cousteau. “I was blown away. Here I thought we were in one of the most remote parts of the world, and to see these Lakers T-shirts on these young tribesmen who were still in grass skirts, barefoot, with bows and arrows and birds-of-paradise feathers in their noses and headdresses—that is the point where I went, ‘Wow, he was right, we are all connected.’ It was transformational.”

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Cousteau cofounded, along with his sister, Alexandra, EarthEcho International, a nonprofit organization aimed at educating and empowering youth to take action to restore and protect the world’s water.

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We are all connected Cousteau, reporting from the Arctic Circle as a special correspondent for CNN.

Today, Cousteau continues to crusade for ocean conservation, which you could call a family business. He follows in the footsteps of his explorer and filmmaker father, Philippe, Sr.; his worldrenowned grandfather, Jacques; his uncle, Jean-Michel; his sister, Alexandra; and, in particular, his mother, Jan, whom he considers the greatest influence in his life. “Growing up, my mom was always taking us on adventures, even in our local neighborhood, to recycle, to collect bags, to compost, to grow our own food,” says Cousteau, who grew up modestly between Los Angeles, Connecticut and Paris. This Cousteau is also less prone to the daredevil acts his grandfather, who’d been a French naval officer, pulled off while innovating scuba technology in the early 1940s. “They knew nothing about oxygen toxicity, and nitrogen and tables, and all this other stuff,” says Cousteau of the many hazards involved with underwater diving. “How they didn’t die, without knowing all this; it absolutely boggles the mind.” However, it was his father’s tragic death, which happened during an airplane accident six months before he was born, that had the most profound effect.

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IT’s a family affair Cousteau, diving along the Great Barrier Reef, possible in part due to the innovations in scuba technology developed by his grandfather, Jacques Cousteau.

“I always grew up with a specter of his mortality and his death hanging over my life,” says Cousteau. “But instead of making me scared of taking risks, it made me realize that life is short. An accident can jump up and bite you at any minute, and we should do the best with the time that we have.” Cousteau has since taken on a myriad of roles in his overall quest as an environmental advocate, from social entrepreneur and explorer to TV host. “At the end of his life, my grandfather was very focused on youth and education and youth empowerment, and my personal mission in life is to help recognize the power they have to change the world,” says Cousteau, who founded EarthEcho International with his older sister, Alexandra, in 2000. Since then, the nonprofit has worked to help educators guide students toward leadership in environmental activism. “It’s great to see what kids themselves come up with to take action,” says Cousteau, who now splits his time between Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. “We’ve seen them pass laws; we’ve seen them raise hundreds of thousands of dollars. It’s earth-moving stuff, not just some little project. Adults are so often dismissive of young people—‘That’s nice, they’ll just do a lemonade stand…’ I’m always telling adults, ‘When was the last time you did something?’”

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THE BACKGROUND ON BEACHWEAR BASICS Throw down your suitcase, turn off your phone, and slip into something that immediately places you in vacation mode: beachwear. Rich in history and style choices, our list of beachwear staples have long been fashion essentials when the weather heats up.

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Romper Developed in early-1900s America as the evolution of the pinafore (an apron-style garment often worn over a dress), the romper was originally advertised as children’s play clothes. It became accepted as proper women’s wear in the early 1960s, when the garment was regularly worn by pin-up girls and film stars. The light, one-piece design of a romper makes it a popular choice for casual daywear or as a bathing suit cover-up on the beach. Adopted by high-fashion designers and often spotted on runways around the world, the romper has transitioned into accepted evening wear in materials like silk, cashmere and satin.

Frenchman Louis Réard, creator of the bikini

Bikini The earliest versions of the bikini date back to ancient Greek and Roman times, when women athletes and dancers wore skimpy clothing while competing or performing. The modern version was designed in 1946 by Frenchman Louis Réard in an attempt to make the world’s smallest bathing suit, and is now worn by millions of women around the world. Réard named it after Bikini Atoll, part of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, where the atomic bomb had been tested the summer before. He thought the revealing swimwear would shock people as the bombing had.

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Sarong The infinite versatility of the sarong makes it a warm-weather vacation must-have. Easily worn as a swimsuit cover-up, a skirt or a belt, the sarong can also transition into a dress or as a wrap thrown over your shoulders on a chilly evening. Both men and women around the world wear sarongs, and the term is regionally specific. Known as a sarong in South Asia, a pareu in Polynesia and a lavalava in Samoa, the garment has varying histories and cultural significance across the globe. In areas of Southeast Asia, it is customary for men to wear sarongs only on Fridays while attending mosque. In Bali, many temples require visitors to wear sarongs; and in parts of the Arab Peninsula, men often wear sarongs while fishing.

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popular culture by appearing on the faces of film stars like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, and musicians like Kanye West. The Wayfarer design was also developed by Bausch + Lomb. It first appeared in 1953 and today is an iconic piece of eyewear. Wayfarers’ lightweight, nonmetal frames were first popularized by James Dean and then resurrected in the 1980s by Tom Cruise’s character in Risky Business. It’s one of the biggest-selling styles of sunglasses globally. Jackie Kennedy Onassis forged new ground in the history of sunglasses with her oversize frames in the 1960s and 1970s. This feminine look became associated with Onassis’ elegance and class and has been copied millions of times over by women everywhere.

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Actor Tom Cruise resurrected the Wayfarer design in the 1980s film Risky Business.

Sunglasses The protective attributes of sunglasses make them a sunny-day staple; the assortment of shapes, sizes, colors and designs make them a fashion essential, sunshine or not. Sunglasses first hit the vacation world in 1929 when Sam Foster sold the first set of Foster Grant sunglasses on the boardwalk of Atlantic City. Bausch + Lomb developed aviators for pilots in 1936 (branded as Ray-Ban). They gained public notoriety when General Douglas MacArthur wore them during World War II and have since infiltrated

Contrary to expectations, the Panama hat originated in Ecuador, where it is known as a sombrero de paja toquilla, or “hat of toquilla straw,” and is carefully crafted by skilled weavers. The practice of constructing the hat is a time-honored tradition that dates back several hundred years. Straw is harvested once a month, the ideal time being when the plants have the least amount of moisture, and is then washed and dried before being weaved. The hat was imported to the Isthmus of Panama in the mid-1800s and, thanks to the California Gold Rush and a steady flow of travelers through Panama, acquired its common name by those purchasing and transporting it through North America and into the United States. With the building of the Panama Canal in 1906 came resounding publicity for the hat when President Theodore Roosevelt was photographed wearing one while visiting the canal. Today, the Panama hat continues to be a staple for men and women alike, not only protecting the face from the sun but also serving as a style statement. Style for All | 101

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A versatile travel companion, wine is perfect for a leisurely afternoon at sea, a finely prepared evening meal or late-night fun with friends.

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A bottle of wine takes a journey from vineyard to glass and, once opened, begins to tell its tale.

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Daytime Wines

When the sun shines, a quenching wine is in order. Rosé is a celebrated daytime wine across the world. Predominantly made from red grapes, the grape juice spends as little time in contact with the skins as possible while in production: The more contact the juice has with the skins, the darker the juice becomes and the more powerful the flavors. Throughout history, rosé has been produced to be a refreshing drink and is served chilled. It pairs excellently with brunch foods; salads; and cheeses and meats, such as aged cheddars and prosciutto. Sparkling wines are the perfect pairing for a day outdoors—sun on your face and bubbles in your glass. Often a celebratory beverage, these wines are commonly sipped to commemorate special occasions. Though sparkling wines are often referred to as champagne, the correct nomenclature is dependent on the region of origin. Champagne can refer only to sparkling wines from the Champagne region of France. In recent years, both cava and prosecco—from Spain and Italy, respectively— have gained popularity and can be found at more reasonable prices than champagne. Like their bubbly cousin, they also range in flavor from sweet to dry.

Dinner Wines

White Chardonnay serves as a happy medium for any table. Grown for centuries in all corners of the world because of their hardiness in a myriad of climates, chardonnay grapes feature flavors that can be counted on to pair well with fresh fish, pastas and chicken. Erica Crawford, a certified sommelier working in California wine country points out, “Chardonnay is the most widely planted and consumed white grape in the world. It boomed in the California market in the late-1970s and 1980s. Chardonnay has the uncanny ability to exhibit diverse wine-making styles, and each bottle can be quite distinct depending on where the grapes were grown.”

Red The most notable feature of pinot noir is its age-old history. Traceable to Roman times, pinot noir is one of the oldest cultivated varietals in the world. Its lighter, more subtle flavors complement an array of food well, and it’s a safe choice when looking for a red that won’t overpower delicate dishes. Both the Burgundy region of France and the coastal regions of California grow some of the world’s finest pinot noirs worthy of exploration. For those having rich, heavy meals like a juicy steak, a more masculine wine—such as cabernet sauvignon—is appropriate. This wine is instantly recognizable with its full-bodied

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“When pairing wine with food, you can go for likeness of flavors or contrast,” Crawford explains when discussing the relationship between wine and food. “With the latter, you’re looking to highlight a flavor of one with the other, creating a point-counterpoint on the palate. If you’ve got fat on the plate, you want acid to cut through that fat.” With Super Tuscan wines, radical Italian winemakers successfully raised the level of sophistication of Italian wines. In modern culture, Italian wines are equated with chianti, a basic table wine. Crawford explains, “Chianti isn’t terrible, but Super Tuscans found a way to take Italian wine to the next level.” Super Tuscans combine cabernet, Sangiovese and other Italian varietals to create robust, complex flavors that complement hearty dinner cuisine.

Swirl, Sniff, Sip Order a bottle of wine and you know what comes next: A server presents the bottle, uncorks it and pours a glass for someone at the table to taste. Here are three simple steps to master this quality-control check. Swirl Lightly swirl the wine in your glass without spilling it. This opens up the molecules by exposing them to oxygen and allowing the wine to breathe after an extended period in the bottle. The “legs” dripping down the sides of the glass indicate the density of the wine and often relate to high levels of alcohol and sugar, but they are not necessarily indicators of what flavors are to come.

Cocktail Wines

Sniff Let your nose linger over the glass and inhale. If you detect anything that resembles wet newspaper, old attic or damp metal pipes— the wine is corked and flawed beyond repair. Let your server know and have a replacement bottle sent to the table.

Some wines can stand alone and do not necessarily need to be paired with food. Zinfandel is one varietal appropriate for cocktail hour or an after-dinner drink. With origins in both Italy (Primitivo) and Croatia (Crljenak Kastelanski), zinfandel epitomizes the beginnings of California winemaking. Early on, it was the state’s primary grape, thanks to its ability to grow in warmer climates with little maintenance. This is a wine that drinks well young, providing bold, fruit-forward notes and higher alcohol content similar to spirits. “The most important aspect of wine is to have an opinion,” Crawford stresses. Both white and red wines can range from easily drinkable to a bit more complex. Even when choosing a wine that is considered a good catchall, there will still be different perspectives. She reminds us that wine’s greatest appeal may lie in its subjectivity, inviting lively discussions, debate and endless discovery.

Sip The important part of your first sip is to take it slowly. Let the wine gently roll over your tongue and along your palate. Your initial reaction may be completely different from what you smelled, and therein lies the beauty of wine: your personal journey with what is in the glass.

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flavors (blackberry, plum and warm spices, among others). Dedicated oenophiles will recognize it as the predominant and beloved grape of Napa, Northern California’s wine mecca.

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LOCATION, LOCATION Countries across the Caribbean and the Mexican Riviera have played host to a number of films, welcoming celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Pierce Brosnan and Anthony Hopkins to their sunny shores. by Brandi Stansbury

Puerto Rico The fortress of El Morro, which dates back to the 1500s, is con-

sidered a must-see for visitors to San Juan. For those who haven’t had a chance to visit, El Morro can be seen in the 1997 Steven Spielberg movie Amistad, starring Morgan Freeman, Anthony Hopkins, Djimon Hounsou and Matthew McConaughey. The film chronicles the 1839 mutiny aboard the schooner La Amistad by Africans who had been sold into slavery; the fortress was used as the site of the African slave fort from which they set sail. The Arecibo Observatory houses the world’s largest single-dish radio telescope and is famously used to search outer space for extraterrestrial signals. In the 1997 movie Contact, filmed at the observatory, art imitates life as Jodie Foster plays a young scientist searching the skies for alien life. The observatory and its giant telescope also served as the location for the final fight scene in the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye. Pierce Brosnan stars in his debut as James Bond, and he and his sexy nemesis, Natalya Simonova, battle along the rim of the dish, eventually tumbling to the bottom in the film’s finale.

Barbados The 1957 classic Island in the Sun, starring Harry Belafonte, James Mason, Joan Collins and Dorothy Dandridge, was partly shot in Barbados. Filming took place at the historic Farley Hill Mansion, built in 1818 as a place to entertain visiting royals. The mansion hosted the likes of Prince Albert and King George V of England and was considered a major tourist attraction on the island. Eight years after filming, Farley Hill caught fire. In 1966, the same year Barbados gained independence, the 17-acre property was officially opened as a national park by Queen Elizabeth II. Style for All | 113

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St. Lucia Picturesque Marigot Bay, located on the western coast of St. Lucia, famously hosted a giant pink snail during the filming of the 1967 version of Dr. Dolittle. Rex Harrison starred in the title role, and the film was nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Picture, winning Oscars for both Best Original Song and Best Visual Effects. At the time of filming, the local children were suffering from a gastrointestinal illness caused by freshwater snails, so the locals did not welcome the giant snail prop or the crew with open arms. St Lucia’s soaring Piton Mountains can be seen in the first installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise. After filming on the lush island, Johnny Depp often returned to vacation with his family in Marigot Bay.

Clockwise from top: Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse of The Black Pearl, starring Johnny Depp and Keira Knightley, was shot throughout the Caribbean; Land’s End in Cabo San Lucas is one of the area’s noteworthy natural landmarks; the fortress of El Morro is considered a must-see for visitors to San Juan.

Visitors to Tikal National Park love climbing Temple IV for the all-encompassing views of the ancient Mayan ruins, but Star Wars fans from around the globe flock to the temple for a different reason. Tikal appears in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope as a rebel base for Han Solo’s spacecraft landing on the moon named Yavin 4. Director George Lucas chose Tikal after he saw a poster for it in a travel agency. While filming in 1977, the crew positioned lights and heavy camera gear atop the 210-foot-high Temple IV using a pulley apparatus. They hired local guards to protect the equipment and are said to have paid them in six-packs of beer. Tikal can also be seen in the 1979 James Bond film Moonraker, starring Roger Moore. The park was used as the exterior of Bond adversary Sir Hugo Drax’s headquarters.

Cabo San Lucas The epic film Troy, starring Brad Pitt and Orlando Bloom, was shot on the beaches of Cabo Falso near Cabo San Lucas. The great wall and gates of Troy were constructed on-site, and many of the area residents were employed as extras in the battle scenes. Not much of the set remains though, because soon after most filming was completed in 2003, Hurricane Marty blew in and destroyed the set. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, starring Blake Lively, Amber Tamblyn and America Ferrera, was partly filmed just north of Cabo. Blake Lively’s character attended a fictional summer camp in the area, and her onscreen time featured sweeping views of the nearby town of Todos Santos, the Pacific Ocean and the rugged mountainside.

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Old San Juan The pretty houses, the narrow winding, slopy cobbled streets, the plazas here and there, those wrought iron balcony rails and that smattering of colors - and I haven't even counted the historical places, lovely eateries, nice cafes, wonderful local vibe. You can’t miss Old San Juan, and once you are there and back, YOU CANNOT STOP MISSING IT :) Live your own ďƒžve star vacation story.

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Cocktail menus may not be Pulitzer Prize-winning reading material, but the colorful stories behind many of the spirits listed are as engaging as the literary works they often inspired. By H. M. Struthers

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START WITH THE CLASSICS Classic cocktails to help with writer’s block, be it a novel or a tweet VESPER MARTINI 3 parts 90-proof gin 1 part 100-proof Polish vodka 1/2 ounce Lillet Blanc aperitif wine 1 lemon peel slice Shake over ice, pour into martini glass, and garnish with a slim slice of lemon peel. Recipe courtesy of FoodandWine.com

Bond in Die Another Day (2002) with his favorite drink, a martini; Ernest Hemingway, at his typewriter at age 40, preferred mojitos and daiquiris.

From Russia (or maybe Poland) with Love

Vodka’s origins are highly disputed, with some accounts giving credit to Russia, and others attributing its first distillation to Poland. It was often used as a medicinal cure-all in Europe in the 15th century. Ian Fleming’s James Bond series and its dapper leading man revolutionized the definition of a martini when the secret agent asked for it to be made with vodka and dry vermouth, instead of the standard at the time of gin and vermouth. And of course, it was shaken, not stirred. Because of this, 007 is said to have influenced vodka’s incredible rise in popularity. By the late 1960s, vodka was outselling gin in the United States, and less than 10 years later, surpassing whiskey.

Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Rum

Colonial New England manufactured so much rum that, at one time, it was accepted as a currency in Europe. George Washington was a big fan and even requested a barrel of rum at his 1789 presidential inauguration. Ernest Hemingway, the great American

writer, wrote nearly as often as he enjoyed a solid rum drink. He would invite friends to visit him in Cuba and partake in drinking his favorite spirit. He’s most famous for drinking mojitos at La Bodeguita del Medio and indulging in daiquiris at La Florida bar, or as he called it “El Floridita.” To truly channel Hemingway, sit down with a Papa Doble, his take on the daiquiri; he claimed to have knocked back 16 in one night.

No Such Thing as Bad Whiskey

Cheers to Americana with a glass of bourbon, “the Official Spirit of America.” Yes, Lyndon B. Johnson actually gave bourbon the presidential stamp in 1964 when he signed an act of Congress that stated the spirit is a distinctive product identifiable with the United States. Nobel Prize-winning author William Faulkner has long perplexed many readers with his lengthy, complex writing. When asked about his writing style, he apparently said, “I usually write at night. I always keep my whiskey within reach; so many ideas that I can’t remember in the morning pop into my head.” His favorite: mint juleps made with mint, simple syrup and bourbon.

Recipe courtesy of FoodandWine.com

Old Fashioned 1 to 3 dashes Angostura bitters 1 part simple syrup 12 parts American whiskey 1 lemon peel 1 maraschino cherry In an old-fashioned glass, add bitters to simple syrup and stir. Add about 1 ounce whiskey and stir again. Add two cubes of cracked, but not crushed, ice and top off with the rest of the whiskey. Twist lemon peel over the top and serve garnished with the lemon peel and a maraschino cherry. Recipe courtesy of The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks by David Embury

Gin Rickey 2 1/2 ounces gin 2 tablespoons lime juice Club soda to top off Lime wheel Pour gin and lime juice into a chilled highball glass filled with ice cubes. Top with club soda and stir gently. Garnish with lime wheel. Serve with two straws. Recipe courtesy of FoodandWine.com

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Papa Doble 2 ounces white rum 1 ounce fresh lime juice 1/2 ounce fresh grapefruit juice 1/4 ounce maraschino liqueur 1 1/2 to 2 cups shaved ice Combine ingredients in a blender and frappe until the drink is foaming. Serve in a large cocktail glass, champagne saucer or goblet.

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In the Spirit

1911 Vodka An Apple a Day

Theodor Geisel began writing under the pseudonym Dr. Seuss after being removed from his college paper for possessing bootleg gin.

1911

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planted on the Beak & Skiff apple orchard in upstate New York. Generations later, they are still planting apple trees and

Drink Up, Old Sport

In the British colonies, quinine and carbonated water mixed with a bit of gin was used to fight malaria; this became the base for the gin and tonic of today. Gin was one of the greatest benefactors of Prohibition-era America because of its short production timetable. F. Scott Fitzgerald, famous for The Great Gatsby and the elaborate parties he wrote about, personally enjoyed this

spirit and claimed it was undetectable on his breath. Story has it that one evening, Fitzgerald and his wife, Zelda, showed up to a party in their pajamas (the invitation said “come as you are”) and went on to enjoy quite a few gin rickeys. Theodor Geisel can also thank gin for granting him a household name. After getting caught with some bootleg gin, which resulted in a stern removal from his college magazine in the spring of 1925, he began writing under a pseudonym so he could still submit work. Without gin, Dr. Seuss would be, well, Theo.

enjoying the tasty rewards, now as 1911 Vodka. The production of 1911 Vodka is smallbatch, meaning that only a limited number of bottles are produced each year. Every step of the process is controlled in-house from tree to bottle, beginning with the planting of the trees to the distillation that is done on-site, and finally the bottling of the vodka done by hand. The final product doesn’t taste sweet or fruity despite being made from apples, and instead has a clean, smooth taste that is perfect when served chilled and sipped straight or mixed in a refreshing cocktail.

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Whatever your whiskey drink of choice, allow time for the whiskey to set (rest after being poured), and you will find the flavors open up.

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Evalyn Walsh McLean wears the Hope Diamond (necklace) in a photograph from 1914. The diamond was a wedding present from her husband, Edward Ned McLean, owner of The Washington Post from 1916 until 1933.

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by H . M . Struthers

The seductive sparkle of colored diamonds has attracted European kings, daring adventurers and Hollywood celebrities throughout time. The allure of these colorful stones is bolstered by intriguing tales of beheadings, theft and a curse epitomized in the story of one mysterious blue diamond named Hope. Style for All | 129

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Celebrity Sparklers Victoria Beckham wears her pinkdiamond ring proudly. It was a gift from husband David Beckham.

The story of colored diamonds begins in the 17th century, with a Frenchman named Jean-Baptiste Tavernier and a 115-carat blue diamond. Tavernier sailed to India, Persia and Indonesia and brought back sketches of colorful stones that he felt had immense value. Eventually, he brought back the real things, including a stunning 115-carat blue diamond from the Golconda mines in India. He sold it and several smaller stones to France’s King Louis XIV. The king wore the “Royal French Blue” diamond, as did his

descendants Louis XV and Louis XVI. The diamond and other crown jewels were stolen in 1792 during the French Revolution, shortly before Louis XVI and his queen, Marie Antoinette, were beheaded. While some of the jewels from the looting were recovered, the Royal French Blue disappeared; legend has it that thieves smuggled the costly gem to London, where it was cut into two pieces. The larger of these two pieces is said to have come into the possession of England’s King George IV and then sold to

Carrie Underwood bucked the pink-diamond engagement ring trend with a platinum and yellowdiamond ring. Halle Berry’s pumpkin-colored diamond ring sparkled as much as her Oscar at the 2002 Academy Awards. Mariah Carey also prefers pink as she rocks a diamond ring with 58 pink diamonds surrounding an emerald-cut white diamond.

Berry: newscom; Carey, Underwood, Beckham: R ETNA

Jennifer Lopez famously displayed her pink-diamond engagement ring from former fiancé Ben Affleck.

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Color of Hope

Legendary Diamonds & Their Colorful Past black Orlov (or The Eye of Brahma) 67.5-carat gun-metal (nearly black) diamond As one of the eyes in a statue of the Hindu god Brahma in India, it was allegedly stolen by a monk, whereby it became cursed. Its three subsequent owners— including a Russian princess after whom the diamond is named—all jumped to their deaths. A gem dealer cut the diamond into three pieces in an attempt to “break the curse.”

cover debts after his death in 1830. In 1839, it mysteriously reappeared in British banker Henry Philip Hope’s published collection of gems. After passing through the Hope family lineage, it was sold in 1901 to avoid bankruptcy. In 1911, American socialite Evalyn Walsh McLean and her husband, Ned, owner of The Washington Post, were shown the Hope Diamond during a trip to Paris. Intrigued by the stone’s mysterious history, they soon became the Hope Diamond’s new owners, bringing it to the United States. Evalyn wore the diamond often—pairing it with the latest fashions of the time—despite rumors and warnings that the stone had a very dark past. Two years after her death in 1945, the trustees of her estate were forced to sell the gem to diamond merchant Harry Winston to settle her

debts. This, along with illness, accidents, adultery and other tragedies falling upon the McLean family, like the many owners before, solidified the “curse” of the Hope Diamond. Today, that same “cursed” diamond found by Tavernier and worn by kings can be viewed in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Some of the most magnificent gems today date back to Tavernier’s time. But only recently has the value of colored diamonds skyrocketed, as their rarity has been better understood and their appeal magnified by appearing on celebrities like Victoria Beckham, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez. Many are on display in museums and traveling exhibits all over the world, making the glamour and mystery of these famous stones accessible to all.

Mined in India, it was once owned by the Mughal emperors. It is currently part of the Iranian Crown Jewels and is set with 457 smaller diamonds and four rubies. Chopard Chameleon 31.31-carat diamond (size of a strawberry) Swiss jeweler Chopard purchased the world’s largest chameleon diamond in 2007. Chameleon diamonds change color when exposed to light or heat: This diamond goes from green in bright light to yellow in darkness or at high temperatures.

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The allegedly cursed 67.5-carat Black Orlov diamond, also known as The Eye of Brahma, was on display for the first time in Britain at the Natural History Museum in London as part of the “Diamonds” exhibition.

Darya-ye Noor (or The Sea of Light) 182-carat pale pink diamond believed to come from an even larger 400-carat diamond

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COUNTDOWN

Every Second

Counts

Something happens in the final moments of a race—a surge, an ignition of kinetic energy. And it’s then, seconds from the finish line, that years of hard work and passion are realized. By Marco Riekstins

For many of the world’s top athletes, that passion is put to the test at the Olympic Games as they go for gold in sports to which they’ve dedicated their whole lives. The athletes shown here all managed race-winning times in the face of enormous pressure during the last seconds of their biggest races.

Michael Phelps [1]

At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, swimmer Michael Phelps became the most decorated Olympian of all time with a total of 22 medals; 18 of them were gold. In one of his last races, the 4x200-meter freestyle relay, Phelps swam the final leg for the United States. It was the team’s fastest, leading them to a 3.07-second win over France. Phelps retired from racing after taking the record for the most first-place finishes at any single Olympic Games.

Fanny Blankers-Koen [2]

Fanny Blankers-Koen was a 30-year-old mother of two from the Netherlands when she competed in the 1948 London Games in track & field. World War II had resulted in the cancellation of the 1940 and 1944 Olympic Games, but her desire to compete continued despite the long wait. She set several world records in events, including the long jump, sprint and hurdles; she won the inaugural 200-meter sprint for women in 24.4 seconds, seven-tenths of a second ahead of the runner-up. She captured four gold medals, the most by any woman in a single Olympics, and returned to Amsterdam as a national hero. Her Olympic victories have been credited with helping end the stereotypes of age and motherhood as barriers to success in women’s sport.

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Eric Heiden [3]

At the 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics, American speed skater Eric Heiden dominated the field. His first race, the 500 meters, was considered his weak spot. He narrowly beat Soviet favorite Yevgeny Kulikov by .34 seconds, setting his first Olympic record. Among his four Olympic records that year, one was a world record. Herculean Heiden became the first Olympian to win five individual gold medals in a single Olympics.

Franz Klammer [4]

“The Austrian Astronaut” was the downhill skiing favorite entering the 1976 Winter Olympics after winning eight of nine World Cup races in 1975. In the downhill race, defending champion Bernhard Russi of Switzerland was holding first place. The course was icy and treacherous by the time Klammer took his turn. With adrenaline rushing through his veins, and showing reckless disregard for his own safety, Klammer flew down the hill, missing disaster at every turn. His audacious and thrilling performance won him the gold medal, finishing .33 seconds ahead of Russi.

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Beauty Flash

LOOK GOOD

NECESSARY GOODS

Makeup artist Melissa Conner has seen famous faces like Alicia Keys, George Clooney and Cher sans makeup: She and her makeup brushes are no strangers to red-carpet events like the Oscars, the MTV Video Music Awards and the Country Music Association Awards. Here she shares her top travel beauty tips for looking great and keeping it fuss-free while at sea.

Before You Go

Hydrating facials are great before a sun-soaked vacation, but steer clear of laser treatments and peels to avoid sun damage or hyperpigmentation (dark spots on skin). Ask for advice from your dermatologist, who knows your skin’s history. Book an appointment with your stylist a week ahead for a trim. If you have highlights, bring a leave-in conditioner or a UV spray to protect your hair from chlorine and the sun.

Vacation Time

While on vacation, keep your look fresh and natural. For daytime, a liquid bronzer with SPF will even skin tone and give you a natural glow. Add

color with a matte rose-colored cream blush and a tinted lip balm. For night, a creamy coral for lip and cheeks works on most skin tones. A bronzy eye always looks great for summer with waterproof gel eyeliner and mascara. For hair, keep it simple. Loose, natural beach waves are the way to go. Manicures and pedicures may start to fade and look messy mid-week; book an appointment at the onboard salon for a quick polish change, or relax with a full-service manicure and pedicure during one of your sea days. After days of sun, fun and exploring, it’s time to relax; I like to spend the last day of cruising at the ship’s spa indulging in a massage or body scrub.

Home Sweet Home

Once back home, enjoy a detox facial to rehydrate your skin after all that drying sun and sea, the sugary tropical drinks and decadent treats. Use a clarifying shampoo, followed by a deep-conditioning hair mask to smooth away the excesses of your trip.

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In Her Bag

Elizabeth Arden SPF 50 Sunstick Eight Hour Cream Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment Stila One Step Bronzer My Spa Life Refreshing Under Eye Strips Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray Hats and hair ties

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Have you ever walked by someone and been instantly struck by a bright orange-blossom scent or the warm aromas of spice and vanilla? Maybe it reminded you of a vacation you took years ago or a favorite childhood dessert. Well, that memoryinducing scent has its own backstory. Much like striking the right balance of ingredients in a recipe, creating a perfume involves precise testing and blending of natural elements like flowers, oils and spices. Perfumers, the people who create and perfect scents for the mass market, begin with ideas and inspiration; but they need chemistry and biology to find the balance that makes “scents.” For the director of sensory for a global leader in the fragrance and flavor industry, perfume development is an art and a science. As both a passionate scientist and scent connoisseur, she feels that understanding the ingredients and their aromas together with how they can be combined is an amazing process.

Where To?

While France is still home to most of the world’s perfume houses, many fashion labels and popular perfumers search the globe to track down olfactory inspiration. At Hermès, perfumers took a trip

down the Nile River in an old wooden motorboat to find the green mango, incense and grapefruit notes used in Un Jardin Sur Le Nil. The fresh smell of the Nile that was re-created in the laboratory was then blended with a fine-tuned combination of wood, magnolia, lotus and carrot.

On Paper

Because consumers buy perfumes based on the way they smell on those thin paper strips, perfumers test on both paper and skin. A fragrance may work well on paper, but once the elements grace the skin, dramatic changes can occur: Scents often clash with a body’s natural chemistry, oil and smell. Perfumers test and re-test, adjusting measurements to make sure a scent is pleasant on both paper and skin and that it has longevity.

Hot Now

According to the industry standard Bell’s Fragrance Forecast, current scent trends lean toward escapism, be it to an exotic vacation destination or somewhere familiar with loved ones. Bell researchers call it the “Resort Retreat” and define the trend as “fragrances that remind people of what’s important, like family, friends and a slowpaced lifestyle.”

FRAGRANT GETAWAY For an easy Caribbean escape, look for perfumes that include gardenia, coconut, vanilla or frangipani. A few to try: Lavanila’s Fresh Vanilla Lemon Fragrance, Bulgari’s Omnia Coral and Escada’s Island Kiss.

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“When giving and receiving gifts, it is most important to remember that the spirit of the gift is more important than the gift itself.” emilypost.com

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2(X)ist www.2XIST.com See your Fun Finds Shopping Expert for more information. Alex and Ani www.alexandani.com Aruba: Little Switzerland, Kay’s Fine Jewelry Barbados: Colombian Emeralds International Cozumel: Touch of Gold Falmouth: Jewels & Time, Gold Mine Grand Turk: Colombian Emeralds International Grenada: Colombian Emeralds International Key West: Little Switzerland Nassau: Little Switzerland, Solomon’s Mines Ocho Rios: Colors Duty Free Roatan: Colombian Emeralds International San Juan: Blue Diamond St. Lucia: Colombian Emeralds International St. Maarten: Little Switzerland, Kay’s Fine Jewelry, Majesty Jewelers St. Thomas: Little Switzerland, Kay’s Fine Jewelry Blue Heaven by Gift www.diamondsinternational.com Antigua: DI Watch & Design Aruba: DI Watch & Design Barbados: DI Watch & Design Belize: DI Watch & Design Cabo San Lucas: DI Watch & Design Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: DI Watch & Design Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International Freeport: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: DI Watch & Design Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: DI Watch & Design Puerto Vallarta: DI Watch & Design Roatan: DI Watch & Design St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: DI Watch & Design St. Maarten: DI Watch & Design St. Thomas: DI Watch & Design Bomberg www.bomberg.ch Antigua: Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design Barbados: Diamonds International Belize: DI Watch & Design Cozumel: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design Falmouth: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Key West: Diamonds International Roatan: DI Watch & Design

St. Lucia: Diamonds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design St. Thomas: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design Bulova www.bulova.com Antigua: Colombian Emeralds International, Diamonds International Aruba: Colombian Emeralds International, Diamonds International Barbados: Colombian Emeralds International, Diamonds International Belize: DI Watch & Design Bermuda: Crisson Jewelers Cabo San Lucas: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Costa Maya: Colombian Emeralds International, DI Watch & Design Cozumel: Colombian Emeralds International, DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Curaçao: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Freeport: Colombian Emeralds International Grand Cayman: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Grand Turk: Colombian Emeralds International, DI Watch & Design Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: Colombian Emeralds International, DI Watch & Design Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Colombian Emeralds International, Diamonds International San Juan: Blue Diamond St. Kitts: Colombian Emeralds International St. Lucia: Colombian Emeralds International, Diamonds International St. Maarten: DI Watch & Design St. Thomas: Diamonds International Crown of Light www.crownoflight.com Antigua: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Aruba: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Barbados: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Belize: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Costa Maya: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International Cozumel: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Curaçao: Diamonds International

Falmouth: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Freeport: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International Nassau: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design St. Maarten: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design St. Thomas: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International, DI Watch & Design Day 2 Night www.diamondsinternational.com Antigua: Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International Barbados: Diamonds International Belize: Diamonds International Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International Freeport: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: Diamonds International Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International St. Thomas: Diamonds International Fendi www.fendi.com Aruba: Diamonds International Barbados: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Bermuda: Crisson Jewelers Cabo San Lucas: DI Watch & Design Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International, Gold Mine Grand Cayman: DI Watch & Design Nassau: Diamonds International, Solomon’s Mines

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Ocho Rios: Gold Mine, Jewels & Time Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International San Juan: Blue Diamond St. Kitts: Gold Mine St. Lucia: DI Watch & Design St. Maarten: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Majesty Jewelers St. Thomas: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Forevermark www.forevermark.com Antigua: Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International Barbados: Diamonds International Belize: Diamonds International Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design Falmouth: Diamonds International Freeport: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: DI Watch & Design Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International St. Thomas: Diamonds International Fruitz www.fruitzwatches.com Antigua: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International Aruba: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry Barbados: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International Belize: DI Watch & Design Bermuda: Crisson Jewelers Cabo San Lucas: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Curaçao: Diamonds International, The Old Freeport Shop Dominica: Archipelago Falmouth: DI Watch & Design, Jewels & Time Freeport: Freeport Jewelers, Colombian Emeralds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Grand Turk: Diamonds International Grenada: Colombian Emeralds International Key West: Diamonds International Montego Bay: Jewels & Time Nassau: Diamonds International, Solomon’s Mines

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Ocho Rios: Jewels & Time, House of Diamonds Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International San Juan: Blue Diamond St. Kitts: Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry St. Lucia: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International, Majesty Jewelers St. Thomas: Diamonds International, The Collection Store, Royal Caribbean Gift Collection www.diamondsinternational.com Antigua: DI Watch & Design Aruba: DI Watch & Design Barbados: DI Watch & Design Belize: DI Watch & Design Cabo San Lucas: DI Watch & Design Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: DI Watch & Design Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International Freeport: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: DI Watch & Design Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: DI Watch & Design Puerto Vallarta: DI Watch & Design Roatan: DI Watch & Design St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: DI Watch & Design St. Maarten: DI Watch & Design St. Thomas: DI Watch & Design Hearts on Fire www.heartsonfire.com Aruba: Noble Jewelers, Kay’s Fine Jewelry Bermuda: Astwood Dickinson Curaçao: The Old Freeport Shop Grand Cayman: Kirk Freeport Nassau: Solomon’s Mines Ocho Rios: Jewels & Time San Juan: Blue Diamond St. Kitts: Gold Mine, Kay’s Fine Jewelry St. Maarten: Majesty Jewelers St. Thomas: Royal Caribbean John Hardy www.johnhardy.com Antigua: Diamonds International, Abbott’s Jewellery Aruba: Diamonds International, Little Switzerland Barbados: Diamonds International, Little Switzerland Belize: Diamonds International Bermuda: Crisson Jewelers Bonaire: Littman Jewelers

Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International Curaçao: Little Switzerland, The Old Freeport Shop Dominica: Jewellers International Falmouth: Jewels And Time Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Little Switzerland Montego Bay: Jewels And Time Nassau: Diamonds International, Little Switzerland Ocho Rios: Jewels & Time Roatan: Diamonds International San Juan: Bared Jewelers St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International, Harry Edwards St. Maarten: Diamonds International, Little Switzerland St. Thomas: Jewels, Little Switzerland Kabana www.kabana.net Antigua: Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International Barbados: Diamonds International Belize: Diamonds International Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design, Tanzanite International Grand Turk: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Tanzanite International St. Maarten: Diamonds International St. Thomas: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design Korite www.korite.com Antigua: Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International Barbados: Diamonds International Belize: Diamonds International Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International Freeport: The Jewellery Box Grand Turk: Tanzanite International Key West: Tanzanite International Nassau: Diamonds International Ocho Rios: Tanzanite International Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International Continued on page 148

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WHERE TO FIND THE BEST BRANDS IN PORT

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International

Lagos www.lagos.com Aruba: Little Switzerland Barbados: Little Switzerland Curaçao: Little Switzerland Grand Cayman: Kirk Freeport Nassau: Little Switzerland St. Maarten: Little Switzerland St. Thomas: Little Switzerland Tortola: Little Switzerland Le Vian www.levian.com Antigua: Abbott’s Jewellery Ocho Rios: House of Diamonds Falmouth: House of Diamonds Longines www.longines.com Antigua: Abbott’s Jewellery, Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International, Little Switzerland, Shivas Bahamas: Diamonds International, Little Switzerland Barbados: Diamonds International, Royal Shop Curaçao: Freeport Jewelers Grand Cayman: Kirk Freeport Jamaica: Diamonds International, Jewels in Paradise St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International, Goldfinger Jewelry St. Thomas: Diamonds International, Jewels Tortola: Little Switzerland Lucky Clover www.luckycloverjewelry.com Aruba: Bijoux St. Thomas: Royal Jewelers Makur www.makurdesigns.com Aruba: Bijoux Jewelers Falmouth: Royal Shop St. Thomas: Royal Jewelers Marahlago www.marahlago.com Aruba: Diamonds International, Royal Jewels & Diamonds

Barbados: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds Belize: Diamonds International Bermuda: Crisson Jewellers Bonaire: Littman’s Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International, Royal Jewelers Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International Curaçao: Freeport Jewelers, Diamonds International Dominica: Jewellers International Falmouth: Bijoux, Casa De Oro Freeport: Grand Bahama Jewelry Factory Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Grand Turk: Goldsmith Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: Colombian Emeralds International, Diamonds International Ocho Rios: House of Diamonds, Casa De Oro Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International San Juan: Blue Diamond St. Kitts: Diamonds International, Gold Mine St. Lucia: Harry Edwards St. Maarten: Majesty Jewelers, Diamonds International, Goldfinger St. Thomas: Diamonds International Tortola: Mi Amor Jewellers Marco Moore www.marcomoore.com Available at the Fun Shops on select Carnival ships. Mark Henry www.markhenryjewelry.com Barbados: Colombian Emeralds International Bermuda: Crisson Jewelers Cozumel: Mark Henry Boutique Freeport: John Heath Jewellers Grand Turk: Mark Henry Boutique Nassau: Colombian Emeralds International Ocho Rios: Jewels & Time San Juan: Blue Diamond, Blue Diamond Too St. Maarten: Majesty Jewelers St. Thomas: Royal Jewelers Mido www.mido.ch Aruba: Kay’s Fine Jewelry St. Maarten: Kay’s Fine Jewelry Movado www.movado.com Antigua: Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International Barbados: Diamonds International Belize: Diamonds International

Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: Diamonds International Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International St. Thomas: Diamonds International Philip Stein www.philipstein.com Antigua: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International Aruba: Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry Barbados: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International Belize: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Bermuda: Crisson Jewelers Bonaire: Littman Jewelers Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: DI Watch & Design Cozumel: Philip Stein Boutique at The Forum Shops, DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International Curacao: The Old Freeport Shop, Diamonds International Dominica: Jewellers International Falmouth: Philip Stein Boutique Freeport: Colombian Emeralds International, Freeport Jewelers Grand Turk: Diamonds International Grenada: Colombian Emeralds International Key West: Diamonds International, Tanzanite International Nassau: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Solomon’s Mines Ocho Rios: Jewels & Time Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International San Juan: Blue Diamond St. Kitts: Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry St. Lucia: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International St. Maarten: DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Majesty Jewelers St. Thomas: Philip Stein Boutique, DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Royal Caribbean Tortola: Mi Amor Jewellers

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Safi Kilima www.safikilima.com Antigua: Tanzanite International Aruba: Tanzanite International Barbados: Tanzanite International Belize: Tanzanite International Cabo San Lucas: Tanzanite International Costa Maya: Tanzanite International Cozumel: Tanzanite International Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International Freeport: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Tanzanite International Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Tanzanite International Nassau: Tanzanite International Puerto Vallarta: Tanzanite International Roatan: Diamonds International St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Tanzanite International St. Maarten: Tanzanite International St. Thomas: Tanzanite International Sara G. Diamonds www.diamondsinternational.com Antigua: Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International Barbados: Diamonds International Belize: Diamonds International Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International Freeport: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: Diamonds International Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International St. Thomas: Diamonds International Shinola www.shinola.com Antigua: Sterlings Aruba: Kay’s Fine Jewelry Bahamas: Solomon’s Mine Grand Cayman: Kirk Freeport Cozumel: Touch of Gold Falmouth: Jewels & Time St. Maarten: Majesty Jewelers St. Thomas: Kays Fine Jewelry

TAG Heuer www.tagheuer.com Antigua: Abbott’s Jewellery, Colombian Emeralds International Aruba: Colombian Emeralds International, Little Switzerland Barbados: Colombian Emeralds International, Little Switzerland Bermuda: Crisson Jewelers, Astwood Dickinson Cozumel: Diamonds International Curaçao: Little Switzerland, Freeport Jewelers Falmouth: Casa De Oro Freeport: Colombian Emeralds International, Little Switzerland Grand Cayman: Kirk Freeport Grand Turk: Colombian Emeralds International, Grenada: Colombian Emeralds International Montego Bay: Casa De Oro Nassau: Colombian Emeralds International, Little Switzerland Ocho Rios: Casa De Oro San Juan: Bared Jewelers, Little Switzerland St. Kitts: Abbott’s Jewellry, Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry St. Lucia: Colombian Emeralds International St. Maarten: Goldfinger, Little Switzerland St. Thomas: Little Switzerland Thistle and Bee www.thistleandbee.net See your Fun Finds Shopping Expert for more information. Wenger www.wengerna.com Antigua: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International Aruba: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International, Touch of Gold Barbados: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International Belize: Diamonds International Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International Freeport: Colombian Emeralds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Grand Turk: Colombian Emeralds International Grenada: Colombian Emeralds International Nassau: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Colombian Emeralds International, Diamonds International St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International

St. Maarten: Diamonds International St. Thomas: Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International WeWood www.we-wood.us Antigua: Sterlings Aruba: Royal Jewels and Diamonds Bermuda: Crisson Jewelers Cabo San Lucas: Royal Jewelers Falmouth: Royal Shop, Goldmine Grand Cayman: Kirk Freeport Grand Turk: Goldsmith Montego Bay: Royal Shop Nassau: Solomon’s Mines Ocho Rios: The Royal Shop San Juan: Blue Diamond St. Kitts: Goldmine St. Lucia: Harry Edwards WonderStud www.diamondsinternational.com Antigua: Diamonds International Aruba: Diamonds International Barbados: Diamonds International Belize: Diamonds International Cabo San Lucas: Diamonds International Costa Maya: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International Curaçao: Diamonds International Falmouth: Diamonds International Freeport: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Grand Turk: Diamonds International Key West: Diamonds International Nassau: Diamonds International Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International Roatan: Diamonds International St. Kitts: Diamonds International St. Lucia: Diamonds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International St. Thomas: Diamonds International Zenith www.zenith-watches.com Aruba: Diamonds International Cozumel: Diamonds International Grand Cayman: Diamonds International Jamaica: Diamonds International Nassau: Diamonds International, DI Watch & Design Puerto Vallarta: Diamonds International St. Maarten: Diamonds International, Goldfinger St. Thomas: Diamonds International

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Lasting Impression

Beyoncé

Timeless Beauty

Clockwise from top left: Fendi Crazy Carats Precious Pavé watch; Safi Kilima Tanzanite studs; Forevermark Eternal pendant; Chopard Happy Sport watch; GUCCI Horsebit cocktail ring; Hearts on Fire studs.

beyonce: everett collection/newscom

Beyoncé adds sparkling sophistication to her look with striking pieces that are chic and elegant.

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be yonce : K At h y h u tch i ns/ n e wscom

It Girl

Beyoncé is anything but boring. Get her look with bold, statement-making jewelry.

Clockwise from top left: LUCKY CLOVER necklace; KORITE Solara pendant; KABANA Elements Collection bracelet; Bulova Diamond Collection watch; GUCCI Horsebit earrings in yellow gold; Alex and Ani mixedcharms bracelets.

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Every Philip Stein watch contains wellbeing technology to help bring order to your life. philipstein.com

ANTIGUA – Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International | ARUBA – Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry | BAHAMAS (Nassau) - DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Venetian Jewelers (Paradise Island) - Solomon’s Mines International (Crystal Court) - Solomon’s Mines International (Freeport) - Colombian Emeralds International, Freeport Jewelers | BARBADOS – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International | BELIZE – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | BERMUDA – Crisson Jewellers | BONAIRE – Littman Jewelers | CABO SAN LUCAS – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | CANCUN – Diamonds International | COSTA MAYA – DI Watch & Design | COZUMEL – Philip Stein Boutique at the Forum Shops, DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | CURAÇAO – The Old Freeport Shop, Diamonds International | DOMINICA – Jewellers International | GRAND CAYMAN – Philip Stein Boutique, The Flagship, The Mansion, DI Watch & Design | GRAND TURK – Diamonds International | GRENADA – Colombian Emeralds International | JAMAICA (Falmouth) - Philip Stein Boutique (Ocho Rios) - Jewels & Time, Tanzanite International (Shoppes of Rose Hall) - Jewels & Time | KEY WEST – Diamonds International, Tanzanite International | PLAYA DEL CARMEN – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | PUERTO RICO – Blue Diamond | PUERTO VALLARTA – Diamonds International | ROATAN – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International | ST. KITTS – Diamonds International, Kay’s Fine Jewelry | ST. LUCIA – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Colombian Emeralds International | ST. MAARTEN – DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Joe’s Jewelry International, Majesty Jewelers | ST. THOMAS – Philip Stein Boutique, DI Watch & Design, Diamonds International, Royal Caribbean | TORTOLA – Mi Amore

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Elegance is an attitude Kate Winslet

Antigua: Abbott’s Jewellery, Diamonds International

Aruba: Diamonds International, D’Orlahn, Little Switzerland, Shivas Bahamas: Diamonds International, Little Switzerland Barbados: Diamonds International, The Royal Shop Curacao: Freeport Jewelers

Grand Cayman: Kirk Freeport

Jamaica: Diamonds International, Jewels in Paradise St. Barthelemy: Goldfinger Jewelry St. Kitts: Diamonds International

St. Lucia: Diamonds International

St. Maarten: Art of Time, Diamonds International, Goldfinger Jewelry St. Thomas: Diamonds International, Jewels Tortola: Little Switzerland

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