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The filmmaker and her family gathered to cook a dinner that is a nod to their grandmother’s home city of Changchun in northern China.
The Belgian designer shares a glimpse inside his flower-filled estate.
Our favorite images from the shows, as captured by T’s photographers.
The home goods retailer John Derian fills his 18th-century beach house with unlikely novelties.
Appointed to the role of artistic director in April, the designer pulled together a “shotgun” couture collection. T followed along before the show.
The artist Hiroshi Sugimoto’s first architectural project in New York City is a defiant celebration of a bygone age.
The singer reflects on a gift he received from Muhammad Ali, a symbol of their long friendship.
Jermaine Gallacher is opening up his design showroom as a hangout for the city’s creative community.
In 1964, her book about a decade-long affair with the legendary artist was a succès de scandale. Now, it’s back in print.
Mona Awad, whose novel “Bunny” is out this month, shares her more interesting alternative to oatmeal.
Floral but not fruity, the subtle tropical scent feels just right for summer.
The chef Amber Guinness, who runs the Arniano Painting School from her family’s country house in Tuscany, shares her tips for easygoing entertaining.
The chef and slow-food pioneer has picked up antique cups from around the world — which now remind her of her travels.
Cary Leibowitz and Simon Lince’s New York retreat brims with bright streamers, a faux fireplace by Robert Venturi — and royal commemorative mugs.
The artist and creative director invite T into their eclectic farmhouse, Linceowitz, in Ghent, N.Y.
The hotelier Marie-Louise Sciò’s tried-and-true pasta dish requires little more than tomatoes, basil — and a bit of technique.
A roundup of things our editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.
The designer and retailer invites T into his Provincetown, Mass., beach house.
In the lead-up to his haute couture debut, at Schiaparelli, the designer does final fittings — and then gets a hug from his parents.