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The departure of the chief executive of Nina Ricci and Jean Paul Gaultier is the latest in an unprecedented stream of changes in the fashion industry.
At 82, the actress reflects on the golden age of Hollywood gossip, her quest for identity and the self-exploitation of social media.
In the freshest makeup looks, the skin is lightly flushed — with no contouring. Here’s how to prep your skin and pick the right highlighters and blushes.
The Octo Finissimo Automatic, unveiled at the Baselworld Watch Fair, is Bulgari’s latest ultrathin time piece.
Haal, the three-year-old project by Anders Haal, features items like a skirt emblazoned with the slogan “Oprah for President.”
Introduced at the Baselworld, the Slim d’Hermès L’heure Impatiente muses on the poetry of time with a dial that measures anticipation.
The designer was the charismatic president of one of the largest purveyors of crocodile handbags in the world.
The photographer Richard Renaldi, who loves the night life, stationed himself outside of Roseland, Pacha and other New York City clubs, and captured patrons as they left at dawn.
Ann Shoket, a former editor at Seventeen and at CosmoGirl, has just published the book focusing on her readers’ next challenges.
“I’m not really interested in color,” said Andre Wagner, a Brooklyn photographer who specializes in street style.
Business opportunity, increasing demand and a change in public taste have led to predictions that the category will grow — but there are limits.
Trumpian turmoil inflames passions across the political spectrum and makes many feel as though they are part of something bigger than themselves.
In “The Rules Do Not Apply,” a writer for The New Yorker interrogates the hoary conceit of “having it all” after a harrowing miscarriage and divorce.
Trying on gowns to wear to the “Going in Style” premiere, the longtime actress is too shy to talk about sex. Sort of.
For years, he was the frequent companion of the equally fabled Mrs. Astor. Then, in her final years, he also became her protector in an ugly, tabloid-ready fight with her son.
The hexagonal-cut Colombian gem has been owned by three different jewelry lovers, an added selling point at auction.
Designers who are used to taking orders and delivering gems months later are finding their clients want what they want now.
TAG Heuer, which wowed the event with a smartwatch two years ago, revives the classic Autavia racing chronograph.
Stars like Katie Couric and Lena Dunham often revel in putting a personal spin on the ho-hum ads they read as they host their digital shows.
Two jewelers are establishing a museum in Jaipur, India’s gem capital, for precious objects, from jewelry to hair ornaments and toe rings.
Olivier Reza has added his own contemporary design sense to the haute jewelry house his father founded.
The jewelry house has created a Facebook Messenger application that gives advice on St. Moritz, Switzerland, one of its founder’s favorite destinations.
More than 140 of his creations are on display in Virginia, the first major exhibition of his work since 1995.
The Italian company, created in the ’60s to make modern pieces for modern women, considers the milestone an opportunity to go back to its roots.
Matthew Girling, the auction house’s global chief executive, has won a leading shares of British jewelry sales. Now his focus is on the United States.
Historic pieces inspire designs by the new artistic director at Mellerio dits Meller — who is a Mellerio, of course.
Galas were held in New York for the Frick Collection, Tibet House US and the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS.