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Visit Art Basel in America (via Instagram, at least!)

The hip art show takes to the Miami Beach streets this weekend. Highlights include outdoor film screenings, a public display of contemporary sculpture in Collins Park, and several VIP parties (sponsored by the likes of NetJets and Audemars Piguet, among others) that we wish we could into. Alas, we’ll just have to experience the events from the comfort of our social media feeds.

Art Basel in America December 1-4, 2016 Miami Beach, Florida

Listen to the Rolling Stones’ latest album.

The legendary rock band dropped a new album today. Blue and Lonesome is a compilation of covers—the first ever for the Stones—exclusively featuring classic blues tunes from the likes of Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon, and Eddie Taylor.

Blue and Lonesome Available December 2 Click here to download the album via Amazon.

Stop by the Domino Holiday Pop Up.

Our holiday dream space is finally open! Stop by our first ever holiday pop up to shop some of our favorite picks inspired by the pages of our Winter issue (on stands now!). Sign up for one of our weekend workshops to mingle with and learn from some of the issue’s most talented artisans and tastemakers.

The Domino Holiday Pop Up December 2-18 35 Great Jones Street, NYC

Go see Jackie (and treat yourself to some popcorn, while you’re at it!)

The highly-anticipated Jacqueline Kennedy biopic is finally here. Natalie Portman stars in what many critics are calling her most impressive, transformative role yet. Hello, Oscar buzz!

Jackie In theaters December 1 Click here to view a trailer.

Pick up Zadie Smith’s latest novel.

The White Teeth and On Beauty author’s latest release, Swing Time, follows two aspirational brown girls and their dreams to dance. Finish the highly-acclaimed novel just in time to hear Zadie Smith speak at the 92nd Street Y next Thursday, December 8th.

Zadie Smith’s Swing Time Click here to purchase the novel via Amazon. For more information about Smith’s talk, visit 92y.org.