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Four-figure price tags. Destination auctions. Yearslong wait-lists. Rare plant collectors aren’t messing around.
Hank Willis Thomas strives for “Unity” in his public artwork at the Brooklyn Bridge.
Yoga students and studios are grappling with inappropriate, manipulative and exploitative teachers and teachings.
Did you get one of the more than 168,149 strange texts sent in the middle of the night?
Maybe! But get ready for a long-term relationship.
The hands-on teaching practices of some of yoga’s most celebrated gurus — and accusations of inappropriate touch that may have gone too far — raise questions about consent.
A day of dopamine fasting in San Francisco.
The title is suddenly everywhere. It can mean almost anything.
When you’re choosing new door hardware, there are a bewildering number of decisions to make. Here’s how the pros do it.
Muslim quinces. Double quinces. “Quincenegras.” In the United States, a traditional rite of passage has become a celebration of identity.
As I participated in a workshop, the story came to life right in front of my eyes, right in front of the TV camera for “The Weekly.”
Leaving the European Union is hard. Having a party is easy.
Scientists are setting dark traps from which light cannot escape. But nature already has built a few of her own.
The stand-up comedian stars in “Sunnyside,” an NBC sitcom created by Kal Penn.
The avid staycationer talks all things travel and her partnership with HotelTonight.
The aircraft stalled after dumping hundreds of gallons of pink water, according to safety officials. It appears to be the latest in a growing list of similar announcements gone wrong.
Plus: Yes, you can say no to being in your best friend’s wedding.
Meet your new Work Friend, Caity Weaver.
At Tefaf New York, fairgoers from the city’s social and philanthropic set peruse pricey art.
Couples with wedding registries at Barneys had only a few hours to redeem short-lived store credits. Many may not have been informed.
The star of “Last Christmas” shares the movies, books and baked goods that top her list of essentials.
People have been predicting a four-day workweek for decades, so what’s taking so long?
“I knew nothing about the dishdasha when I came here,” one Bangladeshi tailor said. But he has been making the men’s robe for nearly 40 years.
The marine-born gem has entranced a new generation of jewelry designers.
The comedian Sugar Sammy credits his Montreal upbringing for making him so funny. He shares his favorite spots.
A reader wonders how to stand up for herself in the workplace when her boss is also her husband.
There is no exam to verify virginity, medical experts say, and the attempt violates a woman’s rights.
Strengthening Disney’s historically not-so-great sisterhood.
Financial considerations have contributed to a jump in the number of unmarried couples in the United States who live together, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.
From Long Island party trick to performing on Broadway with Lin-Manuel Miranda.
The next big Costume Institute show will look at the concept of time, with the help of Virginia Woolf, obscure French philosophy and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Nina Griscom, society fixture, ’80s “It” girl and tabloid regular, faces illness in fine fashion.
Candid talk about the multipronged Kardashian family business, from Wednesday at The New York Times DealBook Conference.
And cultural giants were lionized by the New York Public Library.
The stars filed a lawsuit on Wednesday as part of an effort to stop fake online endorsements, a growing problem for Hollywood.
Ganni, the Scandi label with a huge social presence, opens in SoHo.
One fancy watch isn’t enough for young Hollywood and watch geeks.
JJ’s Hideaway recalls a bygone Williamsburg, before it got fancy.
Arya Toufanian, the chief executive of I’m Shmacked, promised students Instagram fame, then silenced them with threats.
Neither Stefanie Joshua nor Jaime Cordova had ever felt an urgency to be married, until they matched and met.
Six months after King Maha Vajiralongkorn’s coronation, aide after aide has been ousted and denounced, even as he moves to bolster his authority.
The cozy, modish kitchen replacing all those chilly chrome expanses.
A liquidation sale at Barneys means … 5 percent off luxury handbags. For now, at least.
Passé in its native Spain, the porrón has become a popular bar accessory among patrons who don’t mind possible wine stains.
Christina Randall wanted to become a social worker once she got out of jail. She didn’t expect to reach so many people.
Christopher John Rogers wins the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award.