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The British designer finds a new partner after leaving her former French fashion group, Kering, last year.
María Elena Pombo mines a generation’s favorite fruit for something other than guacamole or a toast topping.
Demand for sparkling water is higher than ever. So is supply.
The boss sets the fashion at Goop’s new light-filled headquarters in California.
The best therapists for silly human problems don’t say a word.
Emma Chamberlain dropped out of school and changed the world of online video. It hasn’t been easy.
Retailers are fixated on a pervasive statistic that says 80 percent of women are buying the wrong bra. Why?
In 2016, 25 couples married in a mass ceremony, after they agreed to 11 weeks of premarital counseling. This year, 50 couples have signed up for a September ceremony.
For a couple from San Francisco, a Spanish Colonial-style house in Southern California offered a place to recharge creatively.
The company is hosting a pop-up in SoHo to honor its birthday, with cooking demonstrations and more.
The British dating coach wants women to be more proactive, but also to stop chasing men who aren’t interested.
Whether you’d rather sit upright, recline closer to the sand or tote a lot of gear to the beach, there’s a chair for you. The trick is finding it.
“A slow love was happening without either of us knowing it.”
“I don’t really know what ‘fusion’ means,” she said, but at restaurants in California and New York she displayed a knack for combining flavors.
Darren Walker has some of New York’s best connections. How he uses his influence could affect philanthropy’s future.
It takes a crew of eight to maintain the 500 acres at Storm King Art Center, where art lives in the landscape.
Considered a lost classic by watch buffs, the missing Rolex GMT was found in a family dresser. It will be auctioned this year.
Critics say they are narcissistic, ruining public places and just plain bad. But research suggests that is only part of the story.
This week on El Espace: Stories on the importance of having critics of color, the African roots of Dominican music and more.
The financier was friends with celebrities at the same time prosecutors say he was exploiting a network of girls.
A teenage son is embarrassed by his mother’s sleeve tattoos.
Companies want to eliminate harassment and get more women into leadership — as long as that doesn’t cost them anything. Here’s some advice.
The athletic apparel founder’s week is anything but “recreationally paced.”
“Can’t wait to get on the road again,” goes the Willie Nelson song. Here’s how two bands — one in a van, one in an, er, bigger conveyance — go from gig to gig.
It’s a fine line between jaunty and annoying.
On this week’s Modern Love podcast, the “Tales of the City” actress reads an essay about a man who goes missing.
Permira’s acquisition of the eco-friendly label underscores a recent shift by private equity firms from high-end to contemporary fashion.
The first hotel from the luxury fitness brand has plenty of opportunities to work out, but the company says it really wants you to sleep.
The former Lanvin designer has a new collaboration with Tod’s. Fans like Emma Stone will be excited. But what’s next?