​This week on "Sunday Morning" (Aug. 14)

"Sunday Morning" host Charles Osgood in Newport, Rhode Island.

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A rebroadcast of our annual "Design Show," devoted to the people, places and things that change our lives by design. Hosted by Charles Osgood, and brought to you from the scenic environs of Newport, Rhode Island. (This program was originally aired on May 22, 2016.)

We'll be broadcasting from The Breakers, the world-famous, 70-room, Italian Renaissance-style palazzo built in 1895 by Cornelius Vanderbilt II, which is the crown jewel of Newport; and the nearby Marble House, built by Cornelius' younger brother, William.

History of the Breakers and Marble House | Watch Video

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Forget Casual Friday - now it's Casual 24/7, as athleisure has made its way out of the locker room and onto the runway.

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COVER STORY: Dressing down: The rise of athleisure | Watch Video
Martha Teichner looks at what's behind the "athleisure" craze -- the exploding trend of wearing workout clothes to work as well as play.

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MEMENTO:
An homage to the matchbook (Video)
They come in different shapes, sizes and colors -- all concealing the fire within. While commonplace, matchbooks can be tiny works of art. Ben Tracy examines a collector's treasured trove of incendiary designs

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Chip and Joanna Gaines with correspondent Jane Pauley.

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TV: The couple behind "Fixer Upper" (Video)
Chip and Joanna Gaines are the rising stars of HGTV's hit home renovation show, "Fixer Upper," and they've turned, Waco, Texas into the Renovation Capital of the World. Jane Pauley talks with the couple who have become dynamo entrepreneurs.

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ICONS:
Susan Spencer highlights some everyday items that are so well-designed, they're hard to improve upon, including:

SMALL WONDERS OF DESIGN: The Umbrella | Watch Video
When it comes to design, the case is open and shut: the umbrella is brilliant.

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The renowned fashion designer Christian Dior dreamed of creating the perfect retreat in the French countryside; decades later, his dream has been restored to reality.

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FASHION: The House of Dior | Watch Video
Seth Doane travels to the French countryside, where Oscar-winner Charlize Theron gives us a tour of the newly-renovated House of Dior.

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A rendering of 111 West 57th, a supertall condominium tower in New York City.

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URBAN ARCHITECTURE: Living the high life | Watch Video
Lee Cowan looks at vertical sprawl today, and at the latest ideas in both residential design and construction.

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DECOR:
Fiddle Leaf Fig, the favored plant for home design (Video)
Upon looking around her home, Nancy Giles noticed that it was missing something that would pop. When she went to New York's flower district, she discovered a new favorite of home decorators: the Fiddle Leaf Fig.

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SMALL WONDERS OF DESIGN: The Chinese food take-out carton | Watch Video
Nothing quite says "Dig in!" like the unmistakable sight of the iconic take-out box that is a remarkable piece of origami -- and a completely American invention.

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GOLF: Jack Nicklaus stays the course | Watch Video
Jim Axelrod hits the links with a true living legend -- a golf great who continues to have a remarkable career designing golf courses around the world.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Jack Nicklaus on Trump: "He's turning America upside-down"

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Thomas Heatherwick's design for Google's new headquarters in Mountain View, California.

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ARCHITECTURE: British designer Thomas Heatherwick's brand of provocation | Watch Video
The man who never espouses a signature style says similarity in global design is the enemy of soulfulness. Anthony Mason reports from London.

GALLERY: The extraordinary designs of Thomas Weatherwick

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SMALL WONDERS OF DESIGN: Q-Tips | Watch Video
The Q-Tip hit the market in the 1920s as a tiny tool for baby care. Since then, it's gone from wooden sticks to paper sticks, but one thing's never changed: a warning never to stick it in your ear!

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SPORT:
The evolving challenge of the America's Cup | Watch Video
Charles Osgood reports on the history of the sailing race, and how it continues to break with tradition.

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NATURE: Topiary garden (Video)We leave you this Sunday in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, at the Green Animals Topiary Garden -- a menagerie fashioned from living plants. Videographer: Henry Bautista.


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