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A lavish new book examines the history of Ardrossan and the old-money world of Philadelphia’s Main Line.
These styles are effortless, classic — and good for those in-between days that feel both hot and cold.
Who created that gorgeous 20th-century creature, the rock star? Consider the gay image makers of the day, like Brian Epstein and Jann Wenner.
The annual Los Angeles gala draws Hollywood insiders and celebrities.
The secret of the success of the French label, now with a NoLIta shop, owes a little something to street wear brands and their sought-after “drops.”
You can hang out on a beach made of salt or lie naked in a pod. Either way, prepare to moisturize afterward.
John Hoke invited us into his office in Beaverton, Ore., where he talked about his dyslexia, his doodling and some weird shoes that inspire him.
Uniformity may be the rule, but there are signs that personal expression has not been entirely crushed.
The queen of hip-hop has fought her way to the top of the music industry — and never made compromises.
For decades, the Belgian designer has created sumptuous fashion for thinking women. In an age of tattered luxury, he has also come to stand for independence.
On his first visit to Senegal, Jake Michaels was inspired by the “curated” looks of many of his subjects. As he took portraits on streets, in cafes and at beachside nightclubs, he sought to make the people shine, while also spotlighting the action in the background.
This season Nike has teamed up with the N.B.A. to reimagine the league’s uniforms. We take you inside its research lab, where data helps designers understand how athletes like LeBron James move during a game.
And: the friend who won’t wash his hands after using the bathroom; sharing one’s rape story with a boyfriend; the old “throw out some dates” gambit.
The “Pope of Trash” hosts a sleep-away camp in Litchfield County, Conn. Yes, there were marshmallows, polyester and nudity.
Bruce Springsteen has a triumphant night for his Broadway debut, but leaves his fans at the Hard Rock Cafe to party on their own.
Hollywood and the Democratic political world have turned against Harvey Weinstein. And yet fashion, his third circle of influence, has remained quiet.
Galas were held last week for Carnegie Hall, the Rubin Museum of Art and the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy.
Bright lights pop up again in big cities. “We want the promise that everything is going to be O.K.,” one historian said. “We want the joy back.”
WeWork wants you to work nice with others and live nice with others. And now, at its new gyms, work out nice with others.
There’s so much rumor and muckraking going on, it may be messing with designers’ ability to make good clothes.
A man’s request for a prenuptial agreement roils an engagement, forcing his fiancée to confront her financial choices.
On this week’s podcast, the star of “The Handmaid’s Tale” reads Diane Daniel’s story of her spouse’s transition.
An Alison Lou ear-piercing party, a Nicholas Kirkwood customization event, Iris Apfel bangles to buy, and more.
The jewelry designer Betony Vernon helps clients find erotic awareness through a combination of talk therapy, movement and occasional treatments.