Scotti Sitz, the owner of the L.A. design store Garde, has transformed a historic farmhouse into an elevated retreat for her brand’s second outpost.
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The founders of the London salon Manifesto recommend five fresh, low-maintenance styles.
The artist Tschabalala Self shares a dispatch from her new event in Hudson, N.Y.
We’ve rounded up some of T’s dreamiest interior features for all of the year-round homebodies.
Seven years after the breakup of Sonic Youth, the godmother of grunge has carved out the unconventional career in music and visual art she always hoped for.
A by-no-means exhaustive list of the things our editors (and a few contributors) find interesting on a given week.
The most recent runways saw elaborate dresses, A-list models and a Vetements mega-fan.
To fight signs of fatigue, skin-care professionals turn to everything from lymphatic massages to chilled tea masks.
Stephanie Danler, author of “Sweetbitter,” relies on a fortifying lentil recipe to reset.
The artist remembers seeing a self-portrait by Adrian Piper nearly 20 years after discovering her work.
We’ve rounded up some of T’s most transportive stories for those who need a break from their surroundings, or from the news cycle.
Fifteen years after the wild child days that made them famous, the actress and the musician find themselves sharing something entirely new: maturity. (Sort of.)
Laila Gohar makes elaborate culinary installations for work, but when she’s home alone, she prefers “Mediterranean grandmother” cooking.
The artist shares images from Free Range, an event she recently co-founded in upstate New York.
Even if no breakaway star emerged, there was plenty to admire about the grit of independents.
Also couture, Roger Federer and what shoes to wear if you’re on your feet all day.
T’s photographers captured highlights from the recent haute couture and ready-to-wear shows in Paris.
The designer Kym Ellery shares her tips for laid-back entertaining, including generous servings of cheese and a basket of musical instruments.
As the couture shows came to an end, there were fireworks of the most creative kind.