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    An Earthquake Hits and Angelenos Shelter on Twitter

    An Earthquake Hits and Angelenos Shelter on Twitter


    Monday night’s earthquake hit a few miles away from Westwood, Calif., an area near Bel Air, Beverly Hills and Santa...

    It may have been mild and standard, but it happened in Los Angeles. So, naturally, earthquake was a trending topic on Twitter by early Tuesday.
    Chasing Fashion’s Cutting Edge

    Chasing Fashion’s Cutting Edge


    The photographer Dustin Pittman takes a portrait of a model before the Lou Dallas show during New York Fashion...

    Dustin Pittman points his lens at the strange, the brash and the sublime.
    The Sweet Spot: I Love My Fiancé, but Am Totally Crushing on a Co-Worker

    The Sweet Spot: I Love My Fiancé, but Am Totally Crushing on a Co-Worker


    A restaurant server in her mid-20s worries that the relationship she’s committed to has lost its sizzle, but knows that flirting is playing with...

    A restaurant server in her mid-20s worries that the relationship she’s committed to has lost its sizzle, but knows that flirting is playing with fire.
    On Beauty: The Extra-Long Hair Trend, Decoded

    On Beauty: The Extra-Long Hair Trend, Decoded


    A Japanese , or ghost, from the ‘‘Bakemono Zukushi,’’ an Edo-period scroll by an unknown...

    Long and untamed, the villainous look has roots in Asian art and film — and ghosts.
    The Virtues of Vintage Watches

    The Virtues of Vintage Watches


    Window-shopping at a Swiss shop in 1948. Today, selecting a vintage watch is more complicated as provenance and quality come into...

    Four watch experts on hot brands, which watch they’d advise a budding collector to buy and what’s next for the market.
    At 100, the Cartier Tank Transcends Time

    At 100, the Cartier Tank Transcends Time


    Diana, Princess of Wales, owned two: a Tank Louis Cartier and an all-gold Tank...

    Jacqueline Kennedy wore one. So did Cary Grant and Cole Porter. Andy Warhol called it “the watch to wear.” Now it’s celebrating its centenary.
    This German Village Is a Town Based on Time

    This German Village Is a Town Based on Time


    In the village of Glashütte, Germany, the economy is totally dependent on...

    Brands like A. Lange & Söhne and Nomos are emblematic of the renaissance in fine watchmaking that has taken place in Glashütte.
    Frédéric Dreyer Develops the Future at Officine Panerai

    Frédéric Dreyer Develops the Future at Officine Panerai


    Frédéric Dreyer, research and development director for Officine Panerai, has developed 10 in-house movements, nearly tripling the company’s number of patents since...

    The watch company’s research and development director has nearly tripled its patents since his arrival in 2012.
    At Audemars Piguet, Sales Go Beyond the Showroom

    At Audemars Piguet, Sales Go Beyond the Showroom


    François-Henry Bennahmias, chief executive of Audemars Piguet, at the brand’s tournament in April in Orlando,...

    François-Henry Bennahmias, the company’s chief executive, sees events like golf outings as one more way to court customers.
    My Watches Were in a Fire. Now What?

    My Watches Were in a Fire. Now What?


    Vic Birley, a senior watchmaker at Luxury Watch Repairs in London, examining the rotor in a damaged Omega...

    Experts give their advice on how to proceed if your timepiece has been exposed to flames or water.
    Research Links Early Watch Counterfeits to the Swiss

    Research Links Early Watch Counterfeits to the Swiss


    A “Dutch forgery” watch signed Samson, London, from about 1780. The poor quality of the piercing and engraving and an initial hidden under the dial are signs that it actually was made at a factory on the Swiss/French...

    A study has found that many mid-18th century timepieces were knockoffs of the highly regarded London-made watches of the era.
    Richemont Opens an Innovation Lab in Switzerland

    Richemont Opens an Innovation Lab in Switzerland


    The luxury giant Richemont has opened a research and innovation center in Microcity, a think tank and laboratory site in...

    The luxury giant intends for research to benefit its watch and jewelry companies as well as other brands.
    What He’s Wearing: Bulgari

    What He’s Wearing: Bulgari


    Jon Kortajarena wearing an Octo Finissimo Automatic by...

    The model Jon Kortajarena took his mother’s advice on watch brands.
    Million-Dollar Watch to Have Its Own Gallery Show

    Million-Dollar Watch to Have Its Own Gallery Show


    A computer-generated image of parts of the DR01 Twelve First. Its vibrating balance system is a change in the way watches have kept time for two...

    A DR01 Twelve First by Dominique Renaud will be displayed, and explained, at an exhibition during November in Geneva.
    The Least-Known Most Influential Man in Fashion

    The Least-Known Most Influential Man in Fashion


    The rocker and fashion pioneer Marc Bolan died 40 years ago but his look still shapes today’s...

    Forty years after his death, it’s time to give the rocker Marc Bolan his due.
    Skin Deep: Have No Fear: It’s Just Eyeliner

    Skin Deep: Have No Fear: It’s Just Eyeliner


    The makeup artist Nick Barose used a metallic purple liquid liner to achieve this winged look and painted-on lower...

    A flash of bright eye makeup feels fresh this fall, even for the color-averse. Here’s how to make it work for you.
    Encounters: Giorgio Moroder Still Feels Love at 77

    Encounters: Giorgio Moroder Still Feels Love at 77


    Giorgio Moroder, celebrating the 40th anniversary of his disco hit “I Feel Love’” at Schimanski in...

    The disco producer, who is enjoying a late-career comeback, celebrates the 40th birthday of his monster hit with Donna Summer, “I Feel Love.”
    In Mexico, Weavers Embrace Natural Alternatives to Toxic Dyes

    In Mexico, Weavers Embrace Natural Alternatives to Toxic Dyes


    Juana Gutiérrez Contreras in her family’s workshop in Teotitlán del Valle, known for its hand-woven rugs and other textiles. The Gutiérrez family works to preserve traditional plant and insect...

    Concerned about the health impacts of textile chemicals, traditional artisans are producing vivid colors from crushed insects and forest plants.
    In Fashion, the Beauty (and Challenge) of Looking Back

    In Fashion, the Beauty (and Challenge) of Looking Back


    Photographed at the Palais Galliera fashion museum in Paris, a 1939 dress by Jeanne Lanvin (left), and a pre-fall 2017 look designed by former artistic director Bouchra Jarrar (right) in the same Bois Joli pattern. The museum is home to 60,000 articles...

    Designers at top houses often find great inspiration in the archives. But is the history stifling?
    Emmys 2017 Red Carpet

    Emmys 2017 Red Carpet


    See what Issa Rae, Nicole Kidman, Donald Glover and more celebrities wore on television’s biggest award...

    See what Issa Rae, Nicole Kidman, Donald Glover and more celebrities wore on television’s biggest award show.
    The Look: An Ode to Acts of Kindness on the New York City Subway

    The Look: An Ode to Acts of Kindness on the New York City Subway


    “The New York City subway is this great equalizer,” said the photographer Andre Wagner, who spent four years taking photographs on its platforms and in its cars. “For this brief moment in time, we’re all in it...

    “The New York City subway is this great equalizer,” said the photographer Andre Wagner, who spent four years taking photographs on its platforms and in its cars. “For this brief moment in time, we’re all in it together.”
    The Top 10 Moments of New York Fashion Week

    The Top 10 Moments of New York Fashion Week


    Moments from New York Fashion...

    Highlights from the shows, including a celebrity-packed front row at Calvin Klein and a trek to Bedford Hills, N.Y., to see Ralph Lauren’s vintage cars.
    Giving Kinky Boots a Good Name

    Giving Kinky Boots a Good Name


    From left, looks by Public School, Helmut Lang Seen by Shayne Oliver, Fenty x...

    A sex shop classic lends ballast, and aggression, to even the most fragile springtime looks.
    Party Coverage: Scene City: Fashionable Causes

    Party Coverage: Scene City: Fashionable Causes


    Charity events were held last week for Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund, Unitas and the ARD...

    Charity events were held last week for Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund, Unitas and the ARD Foundation.
    During London Fashion Week, the Names You Need to Know

    During London Fashion Week, the Names You Need to Know


    The designer Charles Jeffrey, left, at his Loverboy show in London in June,...

    From Edward Enninful to Charles Jeffrey, Theo Adams to Adwoa Aboah, here are the characters shaking up the fashion scene in Britain
    Alice Archer Is a Name to Know at London Fashion Week

    Alice Archer Is a Name to Know at London Fashion Week


    The designer Alice Archer. She is working on use a variety of techniques and materials to create prints that mimic her intricate embroidery, but make her work more...

    The young British embroidery maestro, who develops all her work on her computer, is moving into prints in a bid for new audiences.
    Modern Love: My Platonic Romance on the Psych Ward

    Modern Love: My Platonic Romance on the Psych Ward


    A patient with mania was told that nobody forms lasting friendships in a psychiatric hospital, but she adored her roommate too much to...

    A patient with mania was told that nobody forms lasting friendships in a psychiatric hospital, but she adored her roommate too much to listen.
    Social Q’s: My Aunt’s Getting Married and My Mom’s Not Invited

    Social Q’s: My Aunt’s Getting Married and My Mom’s Not Invited


    And: the boyfriend who self-soothes by playing with hair (not his own), a bird feeder drives neighbors crazy and a co-worker’s irritating...

    And: the boyfriend who self-soothes by playing with hair (not his own), a bird feeder drives neighbors crazy and a co-worker’s irritating singalong.
    How to Quit a Magazine, by Cindi Leive

    How to Quit a Magazine, by Cindi Leive


    Cindi Leive, the departing editor of Glamour, in her office at Condé...

    After 16 years as editor in chief of Glamour, Cindi Leive is definitely not leaving her job to spend more time with her family.
    The Illustrated Interview: Bruce Weber

    The Illustrated Interview: Bruce Weber


    The photographer sketched his answers using a Uni-ball pen in a cabin on the sea in Montauk,...

    The photographer sketched his answers using a Uni-ball pen in a cabin on the sea in Montauk, N.Y.