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The role of a young lifetime: oneself.
Another site is about to close, joining other publications like The Hairpin and The Toast that are dead or dying, as their “rowdy” voices go mainstream.
Anne Fulenwider joins a handful of magazine women who have left their posts for new ventures.
I know Karens are hard. As a member of Gen X, I grew up surrounded by them.
Why does Los Angeles sit in the quiet?
The Comme des Garçons founder on her debut as a costume designer at the Wiener Staatsoper.
At congressional hearings, protests and even over pizza, some background players are finding momentary fame.
How did eye shadow become the most sought-after item on high schoolers’ wish lists?
The role of a young lifetime: oneself.
As people watched, a prankster removed the banana, which was taped to a wall at Art Basel in Miami Beach.
The recipes our readers viewed most on NYT Cooking this year.
Plus: Two Survivors make it to the aisle.
Stampeding billionaires took over Miami Beach for the annual art fair where everybody is V.I.P.
“Infinity Mirrored Room” is expected to draw 100,000 visitors to David Zwirner’s gallery in Chelsea. Here’s what some fans wore.
Cheslie Kryst lives with Miss Universe in Manhattan. Soon, she will compete for her roommate’s crown.
Stacked, layered and meaningful, the #neckmess goes mainstream.
The amulets now go way beyond high school backpack charms or something for Coachella.
With a Place Vendôme shake-up, a slew of upstart new houses and the arrival of ear cuffs and stackable rings, the world of jewels that cost $50,000 and more is being upended.
My husband lost his job. We don’t need to hear what they think. Can we keep this from them?
The best bottles don’t necessarily meet some objective standard. Instead, they are the ones that you can’t forget, that have meaning and tell stories.
Zola was also among five major websites that said they would cut back on promoting and romanticizing weddings at former slave plantations.
Almost every time history is being made, there it is. It’s not a suit anymore. It’s a symbol.
For her Métiers d’Art debut as Chanel creative director, Virginie Viard showed a collection full of Parisian references at the Grand Palais.
Spotify is bringing people together in an unusual way.
Once upon a time the German capital had a thriving fashion industry run by Jews. The Nazis destroyed it. Now one company is trying to bring it back.
Working for the high-end gym chain seems glamorous, but for many trainers the schedule is unforgiving, the pay low and the turnover high.
A new study finds a weak link between coloring and straightening treatments and breast cancer. But experts caution the results are far from certain.
Can the latest color of the year help people feel better? Or just help sell a lot of stuff?
The gold-standard shelter magazine runs on a brass-tacks budget and refuses to kowtow to the internet.
The Museum of Graffiti, the first of its kind, opens in Miami with a ticktock history of the art form’s early development
And the cast of ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ wrestles with Amazon at their premiere.
For centuries the craftspeople of Pietrasanta have translated artists’ ideas into marble and bronze.
European design flair and production skills produce noteworthy go-to products for your wardrobe.
A British-born son of publicans, he became a bartender in New York, a saloonkeeper, an author of 18 books and a columnist and commentator.
The star-studded ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London had tiaras, tears and several surprises.
It isn’t easy to stop remodeling, but one interior designer in Newton, Mass., is convinced that after 16 years she’s almost there.
Amina Muaddi’s fanciful pumps are celebrity favorites, and some of the season’s most sought-after designs.
Special screenings and performances of black films and plays tailored for black audiences can feel especially welcoming.
The cat, with a droopy-tongued face that endeared her to legions of fans, suffered from feline dwarfism.
It might seem like champagne and children are incongruous, but there are ways to combine the two for parents in the New York area who (still) want to party.
What you can see, and what you can’t see, in the official White House photographs.