Set against the dramatic hills of Rio de Janeiro, Adriana Varejão’s recently renovated home brings the architect’s vision to startling new life.
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From historical gardens to feats of Modernist architecture, what to see and where to stay in the beloved Brazilian city.
Amezaiku, a candy-making technique that calls for sculpting molten sugar syrup, nearly went extinct. Now, it’s seeing new life among a dedicated group of Tokyo craftsmen.
Lace-embellished separates, oversize knits and tweed suiting combine to create looks for the woman deep in thought.
The actor and his business partner, the visual artist Alexandra Grant, have created X Artists’ Books, an imprint full of esoteric titles.
The women’s wear line Co has taken up in the Fitzpatrick-Leland house, designed by Rudolph M. Schindler, in Laurel Canyon.
Outside of Amsterdam, Jaap Sinke and Ferry van Tongeren make magic in their mad-scientist lab.
Raoul’s in SoHo is less riotous now than during the restaurant’s ’70s and ’80s heyday. But its charm remains much the same.
The most memorable performances in any medium are being given by a remarkable group of industry veterans — Judith Light, Allison Janney and Audra McDonald, among them.
For T’s latest cover story, the models of the moment try on a mix of supersize streetwear and pumped-up couture details.
An architect takes the concept of a mechanized, movable structure in a colorful new direction.
The Italian designer has a photographic memory of every fabric, look and accessory that her family’s brand has ever made.
As playful as he is provocative, Darren Bader interrogates the meaning of art itself. Plus, four works he created exclusively for T.
No longer confined to Hawaii, Southern California and Australia, the sport’s landlocked version is a testament to the art of making do.
In the Hudson Valley, the designers Elise McMahon and Enky Bayarsaikhan have built a creative clubhouse for the local community.
T’s cultural compendium of what’s new.
Watch the Japanese candy artist Shinri Tezuka create a lifelike goldfish out of blistering hot sugar syrup in his Tokyo studio.
Instead of opening a storefront on Melrose Place, founders Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern decided to lease a Rudolph M. Schindler home.
Beaded pantsuits, high collars and other looks to fit a woman deep in thought.
A successful magazine is a collection of disparate personalities with disparate interests who are all trying to tell stories using the language in which they are most fluent.
Voluminous proportions for fall, layered for maximal impact.
At Higher Standards you can shop for cannabis accouterments much as you would for wine or cupcakes.
How this watery fluid became an essential skin care product.
The artist has said he will issue a certificate of authenticity to the first person to realize this work.