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In his column-writing heyday in the late 1970s and ’80s, Mr. Saban was a star maker who became a star himself among the underground cognoscenti.
Working for the likes of John Galliano and Christian Dior, he made shows an Instagram experience before Instagram even existed. His death feels like part of the end of a generation of talent.
The Parrish Art Museum, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and the Bard SummerScape Festival held fund-raisers last week.
That long line at the airport? No worries! It might be a wedding party waiting just for the ceremony to start.
The couple met at a Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, but soon realized they had more in common than a conviction that eating meat is immoral.
The Hong Kong jeweler Wallace Chan spent seven years developing a type of porcelain that is five times harder than steel, and he’s more than ready to demonstrate it.
The former model and reality TV personality was a fixture of the 1990s celebrity party scene in Britain, and a confidante to some of its biggest stars.
The creators of the fan account Every Outfit on “Sex and the City” are stumping for Cynthia Nixon and helping all of us come to terms with her most influential role (to date).
A wave of new European labels is making the search for the perfect, simple swimsuit that much easier.
Ms. Blake won an Oscar for “Nicholas and Alexandra,” but her most recognizable work was the superhero and supervillain ensembles she created for “Superman.”
Keith McCurdy, the owner of Bang Bang, has transformed the body-art industry with his diverse hiring and high prices. Of course there’s a wait list.
When your father, who’s in his 60s, is engaged to a much-younger woman, it’s not crazy to be concerned. But things could also work out just fine.
Observation is, at once, a glorified lack of activity and an invasion of privacy. But there’s so much to see in New York.
On this week’s podcast, the actress and comedian tells the story of a woman’s 2,650-mile road to recovery after her sexual assault.
With its constantly changing fantasy environments and outrageous disco parties, the lighting firm Apparatus is creating buzz like a fashion brand.
A teenager in love worries that following her ambition and going long-distance will jeopardize her relationship.
After the jacket controversy, the first lady dressed for discretion as she accompanied her husband on his European trip.
A bill in the California legislature would regulate bots by making them disclose their automated nature. But how?
After they began dating in law school her love of the history and inner workings of the New York City subway system eventually rubbed off on him.
The couple met in 2015 on a blind date set up by a mutual friend at the Atrio restaurant at the Conrad Hotel in New York.
The couple met at a happy hour at a bar in Washington, but he did not recognize her with a new haircut a couple of days later at a coffee shop.
The bride is the executive director of media relations at Pace University; the groom is the chief operations officer of Kaptyn, a taxi technology start-up.
The couple met during their freshman year at St. John’s University, from which they graduated.
The bride and groom, professional squash players, met in 2012 at a squash tournament in New York.
He led an orientation for new Ph.D. students in American government when they met at Georgetown, and now they each teach politics at Princeton.