Justine Kurland’s images of adolescence are just as poignant 20 years after her project debuted.
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The photographer Alexander Coggin zoomed in on the clavicles of many of the revelers.
The author’s classic travelogue unfolds in golden Marrakesh, and takes shape here in adventure-ready khakis, creams and camels.
Finding echoes of Japan’s ancient past, and of the woodlands of Hayao Miyazaki’s animated masterpiece “Princess Mononoke,” deep among the trees of Yakushima island.
A by-no-means exhaustive list of the things our editors (and a few contributors) find interesting on a given week.
Claire Ptak, who is charged with making a lemon elderflower cake for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, whips up something for T.
There are some traditions that are universal. Here, we highlight a single craft — and how it’s being adapted, rethought and remade for the 21st century.
How the European villa movie — well stocked with beautiful people, good food, wine, sparkling views of the Mediterranean and a frisson of danger — came to define languor for generations of earnest, industrious Americans.
The New York-based MC Junglepussy, known for her witty lyrics about wellness, shares a recipe for an aromatic homemade moisturizer.
As restaurants helmed by queer female couples thrive in American cities, so too does a new paradigm for less brutal, more collaborative, professional cooking.
From good-looking lawn chairs to a lamp that resembles a ravioli, these new makers are producing pieces worth remembering.
Éric Rohmer’s small masterpiece ‘The Green Ray’ is a hymn to youth — and to the beach town’s indefinable allure.
As discussions about how a man should behave continue, visual culture has already provided a solution to what a man might look like.
The photographer Alexander Coggin documented many of the fans in Windsor ahead of the big event — and their accessories.
On the 20th anniversary of her project “Girl Pictures,” the photographer Justine Kurland looks back at her now-iconic images.
Why is it that an industry aimed at women and buoyed by female dollars is still run mostly by men? A new study tries to find out.
Unlike other things we come to crave, we first dream of places we’d like to visit through another’s eyes, another’s ears.
The architect Mauricio Rocha dreamed up a stark space for the artist Graciela Iturbide in Mexico City.
Like her photographs, Graciela Iturbide’s studio in Mexico City plays with light and dark.
The royal wedding cake-maker creates a three-tiered surprise for T in less than one hour.
Where to stay, eat, and explore on the remote subtropical island off Japan's southern coast.
The photographer Luke Stephenson captured the variety of items on offer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s marriage, from cereal to sick bags.
The jewelry designer first went to Japan as a teenager and became enamored; now, Eastern design has suffused her home in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris.
What was billed as the first street culture sale just took place in Paris, and it brought in a whole new crowd.
Adventure-ready clothes that reflect the golden sands of Marrakesh — and recall Edith Wharton’s classic travelogue “In Morocco.”
At a time when companies everywhere are at risk of boycott for political missteps, the Chanel and Fendi designer seems immune. What makes him so special?
Six fresh takes on classic monogram prints.
The owners of the Roman design boutique Chez Dédé create a private space where creativity can run wild.
In its latest collaboration, the Japanese giant is teaming up with Tomas Maier to prove it can be to resort season what it is to winter. Will you buy it?