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.
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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.
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.
Four creative women — Esperanza Spalding, Rita Sodi, Catherine Zuber and Yto Barrada — adorn themselves in sparkling jewels.
Fashion has always reflected — and deflected — global unrest. This season, the responses are as hysterical as the culture itself.
A new wave of capsules and powders promises to firm your skin and calm your mind using everything from purslane to Japanese knotweed.
Woven, knitted or quilted, the material can be an expressive medium and seems uniquely suited to our time.
For years, no chef dared try to improve the most iconic French pastry. Now, though, a new generation of bakers is trying.
Namacheko’s Dilan and Lezan Lurr make subtly experimental garments inspired by their heritage.
Murray Moss’s erstwhile shop-cum-gallery in SoHo defined avant-garde good taste — and a book out next month documents its cultural influence.
From gravity-defying braids to holographic-like eyes, the runways pushed the boundaries but still kept an element of realness in mind. Here, the fall/winter 2018 highlights.
On the tourist mecca of Gotland, tradition is upheld and showiness is frowned upon. What, then, explains its recent crop of contemporary residences?
Spirulina smoothies, quinoa bowls, chicory salads: They’re all dining clichés. But so is the décor around them: brass sconces, midcentury chairs, tile mosaics.
Naina Shah and Abhishek Honawar are at the forefront of an Indian creative class.
When you wear the same thing every day, it stops being a shirt and becomes a symbol.
Lush tapestries from Loewe, modern bungalows in Portugal — and more.
The designer puts the finishing touches on his costumes for the Royal Ballet — and works on dress sketches for the Met Gala.
This spring, single garments blend together different materials, colors and moods.
And other possibly distressing lessons from the recent fashion season.
A place for your most precious possessions.
A complete archive starting in 2018.
The founder of the much-missed SoHo design store Moss shares a few of his favorite things.
The design and retail consultant shares his inspirations and passions, from a 19th-century Spanish painting to a souvenir eraser from Stonehenge.
The relationship between the designer and his muse, in his own words.
Before dressing for the red carpet became a business, this relationship defined the connection between a designer and his muse.
As seen in “The Shape of Water,” it’s the mermaid’s male counterparts who’ve surfaced as objects of desire.
Where to stay, eat, and shop on this bucolic island just a short flight from Stockholm.