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A fashion exhibition opening this week at the British estate reimagines the lives of those who lived there.
When home no longer feels like a safe place, the Critical Shopper resorts to sleepwear at Sleepy Jones.
On this week’s podcast, the actor and comedian reads Tim Boomer’s essay about skipping pleasantries and asking deep questions when getting to know someone.
Christophe Coppens, a celebrated milliner for the likes of Rihanna, Grace Jones and Roisin Murphy, directs a Janacek work in Brussels.
Stars turn out to celebrate the new bittersweet comedy starring Mr. Harrelson about an easily provoked loner.
Visitors flocked to the newly opened Georgia O’Keefe exhibit, which features the artist’s wardrobe, along with key paintings and photographs.
After the Manhattan hotel, including its Grand Ballroom, shut for renovations, party planners rushed to find alternative places to hold their fund-raisers and galas.
Laurent Dordet, head of the company’s watch division, is introducing a new model to the Slim d’Hermès collection.
Marie-Lise Renaud describes a time when, she says, Switzerland’s Vallée de Joux was all about “watches and family.”
In an effort to raise its digital profile, the brand has started a competition online for owners in Britain and Ireland.
A sister and brother team have designed accessories that turn an Apple Watch into a pendant or a pocket watch using chains and charms.
When she appeared in a glossy shoot in American Vogue, the first British prime minister to do so, her clothes spoke volumes.
The designer and blogger Paola Mathé believes women should wear headwraps not to hide their hair, but out of pride.
Music-festival season has begun in Austin, which means festival style is in full swing too.
The music-festival season begins in Austin, Tex., with South by Southwest bringing with it throngs of fans and performers who come to see and be seen.
With 18 million Instagram followers, a set of custom emoji and her own makeup line, Kardashian comparisons come easily to Ms. Kattan. Just don’t call her Kim.
The British labels Jenny Packham, Alexander McQueen and Catherine Walker were also part of her weekend wardrobe.
The president’s once-wayward eldest son embraces his new role in business and politics on his terms.
Whitney Wolfe helped found Tinder, but left after a relationship soured. With Bumble, she is fighting a culture of crotch shots and pickup artists.
Long an aficionado of tabletop word games, the author finds herself unable to stop playing Prolific, Words With Friends et al. Just like Alec Baldwin.
A cocktail party and dinner to celebrate a new Dior boutique and new collection at Saks.
Beboe, started by a tattoo artist and a fashion executive, has movie stars lining up for its vaporizer pens and candies.