Alice and Alfred Liechtenstein have invited rising stars of the contemporary design world to create an unquestionably modern home.
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A full-time gig is antithetical to creative pursuits — or so we’ve been taught to believe. The truth, though, is that artists have always had other professions.
Fifteen things we love in the Liechtenstein family’s 12th-century castle.
From Barcelona, Paris and Vancouver, a trio of emerging labels creating wearable works of art.
Two creative people in two different fields in one wide-ranging conversation. This time: the novelist and the actor-politician.
The CAP Beauty founders Kerrilynn Pamer and Cindy DiPrima Morisse pass along some entertaining tips.
High above the island’s famed beaches, in the fertile bohemian heartland, the hills are piney, the air is scented with lavender and cowboys still wander past on horseback.
What happens on Page 76 in four of this season’s books, as envisioned by the artist Sam McKinniss.
As the distinction between art and design becomes ever more blurred, more artists are making objects that function, and more designers are making sculpture.
The extreme hairstyling showcase Hair Wars arrives in New York, with a parade of gravity-defying creations crafted from hair.
Naina Shah and Abhishek Honawar work between New York and India: she in fashion, he in hospitality. Next, they will team up on their own design studio.
What does it say about the contemporary man that the oft-ignored zone is now in?
On the eve of a major exhibition, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, whose art often examines interior spaces, prepares to leave the London flat where he’s lived and worked for 40 years.
Backstage at the Royal Opera House, the British-Canadian designer Erdem Moralioglu fine-tunes the costumes for his first ballet.
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.
The laid-back staple makes a statement when bejeweled, tasseled or splashed in Pop Art color.
Tony Oursler was born to a deep-seated obsession with the occult and paranormal, amassing a collection that’s grown to include over 3,000 objects.
Eras — and styles — collide in Schloss Hollenegg, the 12th-century castle in rural Austria inherited by Alice and Alfred Liechtenstein.
Wired, webbed or sculptural — the latest offerings seem to defy gravity.
Statement outerwear — deconstructed, paint-splattered, cocoon-like, embellished — finds harmony in Tangier’s dramatic landscape.
The guilelessness of childlike art: Picasso’s joyful ceramic visages; Warhol’s unaffected early drawings; vibrant fashion and furniture that appeal to one’s playful side.
Beginning again with the textile giant Maharam, the fabric line Fermoie and the furniture designer and interior architect Christian Liaigre.
This season, dark-skinned models helped diversify the runways.
Naina Shah and Abhishek Honawar are at the forefront of an Indian creative class.
The Duluth, Minn.-born, Brooklyn-based artist cultivates detritus with a vengeance — and his seven-foot-long cast-bronze console is featured in T’s March 25 Design issue. Here, Kahn tries to stay cool under pressure while creating an artwork in less than one hour.