The men’s shows have wrapped, and T’s photographers were on the ground to catch all of the action in London, Milan and Paris.
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With its Baroque architecture and thriving textile scene, this former colonial capital is among Central America’s most beguiling destinations.
The British designer excels at organization, from list-making to purging her files. She shares her tips and tricks.
Practical and unabashedly pretty, low-heeled beribboned shoes feel fresh again this season.
This week, Atelier Vime unveils its new showroom and a collaboration with the American artist Wayne Pate.
Xavier Veilhan has an unconventional work space but a traditional approach to the midday meal.
The groundbreaking musician’s favorite piece of memorabilia is not a concert poster but a presidential declaration.
A roundup of things our editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.
Steve Gunn heard an interview with Sachiko Kanenobu on the radio. Now she’s preparing to open two of his shows next month.
The earthy ingredient takes a more sophisticated turn in a number of new facial remedies, from melting creams to sheet masks.
Nina Clemente cooks her own version of a hearty Indian dal — instead of pasta or pizza — when she’s feeling run down.
In “Odd Apples,” William Mullan chronicles — and idealizes — rare varieties of the fruit.
Daniela Soto-Innes, a co-owner of the acclaimed restaurants Cosme and Atla, shares a trio of recipes inspired by her Mexican grandmother’s natural remedies.
Daily recaps from the spring 2019 runways and our favorite images, shot by T photographers.
Bruno Sialelli, a 31-year-old unknown, is taking on the troubled French brand for its new owner, Fosun International.
The pop culture phenomenon and the luxury group are teaming up, and it’s about a lot more than fashion.
An appreciation of the SoHo macrobiotic restaurant, a magnet for artists and models since 1971, which will close at the end of the month.
The photographer’s images of clothes billowing in the wind are currently on view at Julie Saul Gallery.
We sent the designer an instant camera and asked him to document the lead-up to his most recent show.