“I don’t care about being the first transgender teen idol at all,” said the German-born singer.
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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!)
After I rejected a married male supervisor, my dream job disappeared, but Updike, chronicler of adultery, remained a beacon of propriety and hope.
When you wear the same thing every day, it stops being a shirt and becomes a symbol.
A young lawyer sidelined by a mystery ailment wishes he could plan a full and lasting life with the woman he loves.
When she’s not jet-setting or hanging with Taylor Swift, the 25-year-old model runs a coding boot camp for young women.
Their health problems are a human creation.
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.
“This advertisement is disgusting and never should have appeared on our service,” said a Snapchat spokesperson.
Hubert de Givenchy on Audrey Hepburn, Brooke Shields for QVC — and more.
Women from the Manhattan benefit circuit are donating unwanted designer gowns to opera students at the Juilliard School.
Benefits were held for New Jewish Home, Art Production Fund, Adapt Community Network and Bailey House.
Backstage at the Royal Opera House, the British-Canadian designer Erdem Moralioglu fine-tunes the costumes for his first ballet.
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.
Spring is a reminder to clean up our act and stock up on practical necessities.
Fashion has always reflected — and deflected — global unrest. This season, the responses are as hysterical as the culture itself.
“I wanted my first kiss to be special,” said the contestant Benjamin Glaze.
What is it about millennials that makes them want to smell like nothing?
Jackie Beat’s five-bedroom suburban showplace was decorated with inspiration from “Planet of the Apes,” “Carrie” and other pop-culture touchstones.
Namacheko’s Dilan and Lezan Lurr make subtly experimental garments inspired by their heritage.
At the new Hesperios shop in SoHo, the shelves are meticulously arranged with knits, ceramics and fancy loaves of bread. Too good to be true?
A reader wonders whether she can rise above past transgressions by men, and her anger at the current administration, to find love and a life partner.
The relationship between the designer and his muse, in his own words.
Before dressing for the red carpet became a business, this relationship defined the connection between a designer and his muse.
From gravity-defying braids to holographic-like eyes, the runways pushed the boundaries but still kept an element of realness in mind. Here, the fall/winter 2018 highlights.
A lot has changed in the post-Harvey Weinstein world, including how young women and men approach rough sex.
The dive that inspired the 2000 cult film has stayed true to its founding principle: women can tend bar, too.
The writer and director on the devil in her linen closet and whether she gives her husband, Daniel Day-Lewis, poisoned eggs.
Her new documentary for HBO confronts the complicated legacy of Arthur Miller, who wrote “Death of a Salesman” and married Marilyn Monroe.