’Tis the season of “’tis the season,” from Saks Fifth Avenue to the Oculus transportation hub.
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From a custom surfboard to mink curtains, the things we’d want this year — if time, money or accessibility were no object.
With Wardrobe NYC, the designers Christine Centenera and Josh Goot are aiming to take over your closet — no over-analysis needed.
New takes on the citrus scent offer an appealing antidote to the winter chill.
With Maison Atia, Chloé Mendel, the daughter of the famous furrier Gilles Mendel, departs from the family tradition.
The woman who launched a generation of copycats makes a home that’s truly inimitable.
Henry Taylor, who made two works for T magazine’s holiday issue, reflects on his art — and on the music mogul.
A by-no-means exhaustive list of the things our editors (and a few contributors) find interesting on a given week.
Lady Gaga, Katie Grand and many more remember the designer, who died on Saturday.
What’s really behind fashion’s — and women’s — love of concealing clothes?
The culinary movement began with Momofuku, but its history goes further back than that. Now, its chefs are radically changing the food landscape.
The year in stuff, the new supermodelmania and more.
The Scottish designer abruptly announced his departure as chief creative officer 18 months after taking the job.
The designer’s exhibition in Milan, which opens today, includes his fashion designs but also a sculptural intrusion — globular, coiled, ominous.
In Paris, it was Birkins at dawn, and under the gavel.
Naomi, Christy, Gisele, Gigi, Versace: a surprising trend of the year reaches its apogee.
Shopping bazaars, pop-ups, customization events and more.
A holiday cheat sheet: styles for every style, and — bonus — you won’t freeze in them.
Welcome to wintertime, full of fir trees and colorful light bulbs.
The RealReal, the luxury consignment site, has opened its first store.
What a long, strange year it has been. Here are the pieces that defined it: what we wore, we carried, wanted, feared and waited for.