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What does a onetime charity-circuit and gossip-column regular who has returned to New York to appear on a Bravo reality soap opera do before most anything else? She gets her hair colored.
The film director and writer lives in a 1927 Italianate-style house. The second-floor writer’s room has a lot of pop-culture ephemera.
The film director and author lives in a 1927 Italianate-style house. A second-floor writing space has lots of pop-culture ephemera.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s advice — on jade eggs, crystals, floral salves and more — will be available in print this September.
His pictures of balloons, life preservers and llamas are meant to soothe rather than provoke, and Rihanna and Reese Witherspoon are among his fans.
Galas were held recently for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center; the A.S.P.C.A.; City Harvest; and PEN America.
Galas were held last week for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center; the A.S.P.C.A.; City Harvest; and PEN America.
Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters spend time working out, eating well and entertaining friends at home.
Two architects, one in Boston and the other in Delhi, gave a centuries-old Kerala farmhouse a new life.
The winning essay from our Modern Love College Essay Contest explores an unlikely romance between a transgender man and an immigrant Indian woman.
Dressed to kill in shades of pink, red and gray, the prospects enjoy a golden moment before they have to go back to work.
Throughout May, the city’s galleries, showrooms, museums and trade fairs will host exhibitions, tours and conversations.
The actress (“Togetherness,” “Girlboss”) reads Teresa DiFalco’s story about an obnoxious neighbor who becomes the glue in a couple’s unraveling marriage.
Fame is not the only measure at Time magazine’s annual gala, which celebrates activists as well as Hollywood stars.
Social media users sounded off on denim pants and a jacket that come pre-stained and sell for $425 each.
“How seriously can you take yourself when you live in a pink house?” said one resident of a desert complex where time stands still and hair doesn’t frizz.
The new adviser to the president may be doing her best to change the conversation, but the problem of separating brand from woman arose again in her first official appearance.
The 74-year-old force behind the avant-garde label Comme des Garçons makes otherworldly clothes that express hidden desires and fears.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has a plan that would strip the garment district in Manhattan of special zoning protections.
Zuri, founded this year by two expats living in Nairobi, produces a single style — in a vibrant array of African fabrics.
The European company JAB is refocusing on the food and drinks empire it has been building in the United States, including its recent deal to buy Panera.
T’s senior fashion editor, Jason Rider, picks the season’s essential pieces, from lightweight camping shorts to the perfect tank top.
At 29, Ms. Grant has found a niche taking pictures of pop stars like Ms. Del Rey and Charli XCX, and the rapper YG.
The LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton luxury empire and the French billionaire Bernard Arnault announced a series of transactions to buy out minority shareholders in the Paris fashion house.
The two women talk about overcoming barriers in their careers, fighting for better roles and how it is important for artists to be politically active.
When there are so many forms of money that, simply through use, earn us more money, paying cash seems like a sucker’s deal.
Christophe Robin, the star Parisian colorist, explains how to shampoo for maximal volume and shine. He also has a neat trick or two.