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Vogue's Andre Leon Talley, on Life in Westchester:

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"Now I live in Worthington, in a house built in the late 1800s, with four white columns and a circular porch painted a pale pearl gray that I imagined Pauline de Rothschild might have used. It’s from the porch where I can see the yard (I don’t call it a garden), which has become my sanctuary. On one side of the house are redwoods from the ’20s." [NYT]