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The producer behind R&B stars including Aaliyah and Ginuwine pays a visit to Procell, the Lower East Side boutique devoted to 1990s style.
A trend piece on the tyranny of small plates spurred conversations about portion size, hygiene, nutrition and social mores.
A reader in recovery for an eating disorder wonders how to deal with an in-law’s triggering symptoms.
The fall 2018 runway shows imagined a dystopian future. Here, the looks to steal while the planet’s still here.
Swiss prosecutors opened an investigation days after the French luxury group denied allegations that it had used a Swiss-based scheme to evade taxes.
In a recent book, Sylvester Stallone, Ralph Lauren and a Japanese dye master are among the owners talking about their treasured timepieces.
Twenty-five years ago the idea that an openly gay and very butch woman could become a pop idol was seismic. Now she can just make her music.
This week, the actress reads Robin Grearson’s story of falling into a relationship with a man half her age.
From one 50-person department at the tech company LivingSocial, 12 relationships have grown: engagements, marriages and even a few babies.
Wes Anderson’s new stop-motion animated film gets a howling welcome at the Museum of Modern Art.
Cult Gaia, whose Ark bag flooded many an Instagram feed, tussles with Steve Madden over trademarks and appropriation.
Famously private, the society photographer waited till after his death to publish “Fashion Climbing.”
A writer examines the trend of small plates at restaurants, and why it leaves him hungry for the old ways.
In the ’80s and ’90s, Daniel Day used Gucci’s logo without permission to create coveted “knockups.” Now, the couturier and the luxury brand have teamed up to create an appointment-only boutique.
The D.J.s behind the popular Mister Sunday summer parties keep the dancing going year round, with the help of a great sound system.
The British designer will replace Kris Van Assche and show his first collection in June. His appointment comes two months after his surprise departure from Louis Vuitton.
Statement outerwear — deconstructed, paint-splattered, cocoon-like, embellished — finds harmony in Tangier’s dramatic landscape.
From street to stage, the artists who performed at the South by Southwest Music festival showed off their fashion sense (and nonsense).
Influencers in Los Angeles and New York are saving us from dreary old open houses. Maybe you can get some cheap rent out of your Snapchat?
Leader of the evangelical mecca Zoe Church in Los Angeles, Chad Veach wants to win friends and Instagram people. (Go ahead, pick the “Rise” filter!)
After I rejected a married male supervisor, my dream job disappeared, but Updike, chronicler of adultery, remained a beacon of propriety and hope.
When she’s not jet-setting or hanging with Taylor Swift, the 25-year-old model runs a coding boot camp for young women.
Women from the Manhattan benefit circuit are donating unwanted designer gowns to opera students at the Juilliard School.
The former Times reporter Jennifer 8. Lee looks back on her story about the tangle of anxieties that some straight men experienced before a dinner or movie out with a buddy.
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