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This season, the Milan shows delivered drama in spades, even with Gucci off the schedule.
Farmers are perfecting dainty, briny, name-brand products to supply America’s thriving raw bars — making something more predictable out of what was once wild.
Luke and Lucie Meier, the brand’s husband-and-wife creative directors, prepare for their show during Milan Fashion Week.
A roundup of things T editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.
In the Connecticut wilderness, the Portuguese hotel designer Alexandra Champalimaud has created an unexpected respite.
T spent two days with the food and wine expert as he put the finishing touches on his new menu.
Luca Guadagnino has long dreamed of being an interior designer. Inside a former silk mill on Lake Como, he got his shot.
In London, A Sai Ta makes vibrantly colorful, innovative women’s wear that explores his mixed heritage.
The designer’s Modernist holiday home on the Suffolk coast abounds with artful arrangements of unusual pebbles and colorful driftwood.
The Belgian transplant Laurence Leenaert makes her home just like she makes her crafts: by instinct.
In SoHo, Thompson Chemists has served a loyal clientele of artists and musicians for 25 years, becoming much more than a pharmacy.
Working largely outside the gallery system, a group of illustrators is reviving the discipline and redefining how queer bodies are represented in art.
Perched on a hill planted with fruit trees, one home in Eagle Rock takes the Los Angeles fantasy to new heights.
Credit social media and the virtual office for the beauty world’s newest concern: the softening jawline. Here, the latest steps people are willing to take for an Instagram-ready jaw.
From the theater to the dance, the Paris shows opened with a pair of different manifestos on the language of style.
A new exhibition in Paris explores the French designer’s obsession with China, Japan and India.
The most memorable moments from the spring 2019 collections, as captured by T’s photographers.
The turnover at major fashion houses has reached new heights in recent years. But many of those who now lack titles say they don’t regret the change.
The couple met sixteen years ago while studying at the Polimoda Institute in Florence; now, they helm the fashion house Jil Sander together.
Young female artisans are revisiting the age-old craft with new patterns, techniques and modern applications that move the tradition into the world of interior design.
Gerald Incandela’s massive studio in Torrington, Conn., has become the cornerstone of a more ambitious project.
At 65, the Italian designer looms large in the wardrobes of well-dressed C.E.O.s as well as the hilltop town where he grew up.
Ahead of the opening of his new restaurant, the “Queer Eye” host finds time for a workout and an Emmy fitting.
Vivid jewel tones, retro tropical prints and North African-style patterns come alive in the desert outside Marrakesh.
Madeline Weinrib spotted an intricately painted blue-and-white vase in Istanbul eight years ago; thus began her obsession with late 20th-century pottery from Kutahya.
T’s cultural compendium of what’s new.
T visits the summer camp turned retreat designed by Alexandra Champalimaud for her family.
Two years ago the family left the brand they founded. Now they are introducing Plan C, a new women’s ready-to-wear brand.
He has helmed the house founded by his grandmother for 40 years. Here, he shares his many inspirations with T.
He’s known for creating sumptuously layered environments that tell stories themselves. Now he’s applied that same eye to his first interior design commission.
The houses in this issue aren’t meant to appeal to everyone; they were meant to appeal to their owners, and that is why they appealed to us as well.
In the absence of a national museum, the sprawling collection chronicles the country’s expertise in textiles and ready-to-wear.