Michael Reynolds

Wallpaper Magazine

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Michael Reynolds on KCRW

What do you get if you combine Weimaraners and sleek mid-century modern furniture? A stylish dog story.

William Wegman Pairs His Dogs with High-End Furniture

What do you get if you combine Weimaraners and sleek mid-century modern furniture? A stylish dog story.

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Robert Mapplethorpe has gone mainstream, with shows of his work now at LACMA and the Getty. But what about the other artist who celebrated hot men in leather?

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Robert Mapplethorpe has gone mainstream, with shows of his work now at LACMA and the Getty. But what about the other artist who celebrated hot men in leather?

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