Famously private, the society photographer waited till after his death to publish “Fashion Climbing.”
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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.
Cult Gaia, whose Ark bag flooded many an Instagram feed, tussles with Steve Madden over trademarks and appropriation.
From street to stage, the artists who performed at the South by Southwest Music festival showed off their fashion sense (and nonsense).
At Barberette, Klara Vanova offers a catalog of hairstyles that renounce gender conformity.
Feeling preyed upon by a family member, a woman seeks a little help from her husband.
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.
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?
Statement outerwear — deconstructed, paint-splattered, cocoon-like, embellished — finds harmony in Tangier’s dramatic landscape.
What does it say about the contemporary man that the oft-ignored zone is now in?
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.
This season, dark-skinned models helped diversify the runways.
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!)
“I don’t care about being the first transgender teen idol at all,” said the German-born singer.
After I rejected a married male supervisor, my dream job disappeared, but Updike, chronicler of adultery, remained a beacon of propriety and hope.
Hubert de Givenchy on Audrey Hepburn, Brooke Shields for QVC — and more.
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.
When you wear the same thing every day, it stops being a shirt and becomes a symbol.
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.
Benefits were held for New Jewish Home, Art Production Fund, Adapt Community Network and Bailey House.
Their health problems are a human creation.
A young lawyer sidelined by a mystery ailment wishes he could plan a full and lasting life with the woman he loves.
Backstage at the Royal Opera House, the British-Canadian designer Erdem Moralioglu fine-tunes the costumes for his first ballet.
“This advertisement is disgusting and never should have appeared on our service,” said a Snapchat spokesperson.
His mother no longer insists on sending him to conversion therapy. But does she want to hear about his personal life?
This spring, single garments blend together different materials, colors and moods.
Four creative women — Esperanza Spalding, Rita Sodi, Catherine Zuber and Yto Barrada — adorn themselves in sparkling jewels.
And other possibly distressing lessons from the recent fashion season.
This week, the actress reads Nina Riggs’s essay about how cancer can complicate the relationship between people and their possessions.
You may expect the mature Ms. Shields to claim the status of poster woman for the #MeToo movement, calling out a list of predatory studio honchos. Nope.