Editor in Chief Kristina O’Neill on The October Issue of WSJ. Magazine -

BARE NECESSITIES Anubis (with Who in his lap) and Bast, both wearing Hermès, enjoy architect Massimiliano Locatelli’s understated vacation home.


Illustration by Alejandro Cardenas

These days, many of us are finding joy in simpler things: tending to backyard gardens, cooking meals at home, enjoying family nights in. Our fashion cover story, shot at a bucolic retreat in Connecticut with model Lili Sumner and her boyfriend, writer and photographer Ahmed Alramly, captures that mood perfectly. Classic, casual pieces—tank tops, turtleneck sweaters—mixed with fur coats and evening gowns evoke a pared-down American glamour.

You might not associate utilitarianism with comfort. Yet architect Massimiliano Locatelli’s vacation home in southern Italy shows that unpretentious design can be the greatest luxury. While traveling in Puglia, near the sole of the heel of Italy’s boot, Locatelli caught sight of a pair of…

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