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The app, which shut down in April, was plagued by bad press from the beginning, earning itself a reputation as a place for racism, sexism, bullying and bomb threats.
Love isn’t always black and white, and photographer Andre Wagner shows the range of the emotion through his gray-scale images.
The author of “Adulting” and Emily Post’s great-great-granddaughter discuss manners at a museum, on the subway, at a co-working space and at a restaurant.
Benefits took place recently for the American Ballet Theater, the Whitney Museum, the New York City Police Foundation and the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen.
The first lady wore modest outfits (and many belts) on her first trip overseas since the inauguration.
Benefits took place for the American Ballet Theater, the Whitney Museum, the New York City Police Foundation and the Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen.
Gabe Fleisher is the 15-year-old high school freshman behind the popular and surprisingly sophisticated Wake Up to Politics newsletter.
Krissa Cetner and Alex Salazar exchanged vows just about halfway through a half marathon in Brooklyn.
They met on Bumble and fell into a fun, one-night-a-week, nonexclusive routine — until she realized she liked him.
Philipp Plein brings his cruise show to his home on the Riviera, complete with Paris Hilton and crystal-embedded booty shorts.
A new exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum pays homage to the designer who inspired generations of rule breakers.
From the toughest reservation in town to the return of the ride-hailing app, here are six things that Hamptonites will be buzzing about.
For one online personality, rushing to post Ariana Grande jokes had immediate consequence. Coca-Cola is one brand he will no longer be paid to plug.
If you’re heading to the East End of Long Island, you’re in for a retail treat, with a slew of shopping events planned for this weekend.
On this week’s podcast, the “Speechless” actress reads Patty Dann’s story about facing her husband’s fast-ravaging brain cancer with their young son.
The designer, beloved for her memorable New York shows, has a full-scale retrospective opening this week at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London.
Finding environmentally friendly apparel can be a challenge. Here’s a guide to smarter choices in fabrics and clothing.
The singer has gone from fashion plate to fashion force in under five years. But is her success a new paradigm or a paradox?
Mr. Winter, who founded Ed Banger Records, is commemorating the label’s 100th release with new tracks.
The stars turned out for Vanity Fair’s annual A-list gathering during the film festival.
Mr. Korins creates immersive designs for Broadway shows, pop concerts, art galleries and restaurants, including the new Bond 45 in Times Square.
A new book and multimedia platform encourage women to shed their hangups about societal norms of beauty.
The bronze and marble work, “Leaves of Stone,” was created by Giuseppe Penone and sits outside a downtown palazzo owned by the fashion house.
Semipermanent makeup has become one of the biggest trends in beauty as many women go to greater lengths to look as if they #wokeuplikethis.
The lace gown may change the fortunes of the edgy British designer Giles Deacon.