In a grand celebration of autumnal beauty, Victoria’s October issue is your companion for cozy, windswept evenings by the hearth. Take a literary tour of Concord, Massachusetts, once home to beloved authors Alcott, Emerson, and Thoreau; spend a tranquil afternoon by the lake enjoying the season’s kaleidoscopic delights; and explore a 1927 forester’s cottage, lovingly restored by interior decorator and author Kathryn Greeley. Discover the exquisite beauty inherent in artist Julie Wear’s equine portraiture and her line of tableware, and welcome inspiration to your fall décor with our paisley- and tapestry-themed tableaux and our gift guide, reminiscent of settings created by the Dutch masters. Also: Don’t miss the latest essay by our esteemed Writer-in-Residence, Rebecca McClanahan, and a delectable harvest meal that sets a new standard for fall entertaining.
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