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Byron Bay, Australia

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Lack of Color, the Australian label known for their diverse line of quality-made hats have brought something a little different to the table with their Riviera Cap. Designed to be elegantly paired with any outfit, this chic vintage-inspired sailor cap is trimmed with button detail, braided rope and retro gonzo ribbon. Get it below in Black, Gold or Pink.

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This past spring the cook and food writer J. Kenji López-Alt took the stage at Italy’s Teatro Scientifico del Bibiena, in the small city of Mantua, with sacrilege on the brain. López-Alt, known to his devotees simply as Kenji, is a soft-spoken 38-year-old partial to sandals and backyard woodworking, but his laid-back affect obscures a taste for provocation. Mantua is in Lombardy, the birthplace of risotto, and López-Alt, in town to speak at a food festival, had come to tell his audience that the way they’d always made the dish — a technique passed down by two centuries’ worth of beloved, rice-whispering nonnas — could stand some rejiggering. “Italians are the most emotional people in the world when it comes to their food,” López-Alt says. “So I knew I was in for some trouble.”

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