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Boston Common - 2017 - Issue 4 - Fall - Elizabeth Olsen

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WABAN HOME PHOTO BY SABRINA COLE QUINN PHOTOGRAPHY CONTENTS | Departments 76 DESIGN & R E A LTY 73 SPOTL IGHT Ma r velously modern, the newly u nveiled Water work s St udio col lection offers strea m lined f ittings for the bath. 74 R E A L ESTATE There really is love and joy at Lovejoy Wharf. 76 HOME One look , a nd this Wa ba n couple k new : the 1890s Victoria n was the house of their d rea ms. TR AVEL & RECREATION 103 SPOTLIGHT At The Resort at Paws Up in Montana, the nation's finest chefs cook amid breathtaking scenery. 104 GETAWAY Woodstock , Vermont offers a colorful and romantic introduction to the autumn— from mouth-watering dishes at the Worthy K itchen, slick crafts at Farmhouse Potter y and lu xurious suites at 506 On The R iver Inn. 106 ITINER A RY The leaf-peeping playbook : your guide to every thing red, orange and yellow, through the eyes of New England 's leading photographers. 108 C A R NOISSEUR Alfa Romeo is back with a new classic: the 2017 Giulia. FOOD & DR INK 111 SPOTL IGHT Su rf a nd t u rf has never looked so elega nt at Seaport's newest eater y, Mastro's Ocea n Clu b. 112 R EVIEW Top chef Ch ris Coom bs is at it again w ith Boston Chops Dow ntow n. 114 SPIR ITS You've really made it when you can build your ow n Manhattan w ith chef Matthew Gaudet at Freepoint K itchen. 116 GUIDE Your go-to guide for navigating Boston's dining scene. SOCI A L SCENE 126 SNA PSHOTS Your invite to the city's most exclusive events. LOOK WHO'S TA LK ING 128 Classic Style: Hand It Down, Dress It Up, Wear It Out author and Cape Cod resident K ate Schelter shares her all-time faves. 112 2 4 B O S T O N C O M M O N S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 7 | M O D E R N L U X U R Y . C O M

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