In its first show outside Paris, the French brand makes a financial play.
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Is your men’s wear anemic? Try an IV drip of SoCal skate-rat style.
The latest wedding in the family became a walking ad for Dolce & Gabbana. Is this a new model for celebrity matrimony?
Ilios joins a constellation of apps that cater to the astrologically curious.
A reader asks for advice on shopping ethically and affordably.
Top looks from the Burberry dinner at Lucien, the Gohar World rooftop party and the “Downton Abbey” premiere.
In other words, yes, the director has made a movie about Elvis.
Las listas de reproducción de Millie en Spotify me mandaban indirectas, ¿no?
Erin Beatty, of the upcycling brand Rentrayage, explains how she handcrafts her line from discarded fabrics.
In the Hulu adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel, a large and tasteful home becomes an object of infatuation.
The role-playing game has never been more popular, and players seem to be getting more out of it than ever before.
The cherished pastime of critiquing celebrities’ red-carpet looks meets a new wrinkle.
His beliefs, and desk decorations, aren’t really your business, even if they’re in your joint place of work.
And: A sex writer’s night out in Rhinebeck, N.Y.
The Air Force 1, manufactured in Italy, will be unveiled in a new installation in Brooklyn. It was one of the designer’s final projects before his death.
Sope Ogundipe’s mother had prayed he would one day marry a Nigerian woman. That day came after meeting Iyanu Imoru at a computing conference in San Diego.
The author of “This Might Be Too Personal” is still getting to know her new town of Rhinebeck. Where better to start than at the bar?
The subversive hairstyle has found its way to runways and red carpets once again. But is there anyone left to shock?
Doug Lockwood and Linda Murphy met in 2019 as members of a support group for people who had lost longtime spouses. A year later came a series of walks that eventually led them to the altar.
Amiri Nash charts the Black experience with a new student journal
“I am transmasculine, which is to say I understand my body even less than I understand my mother.”
Shaheen Butt knew he wanted to marry Mina Im, an Instagram influencer, shortly after meeting her more than a decade ago. “But life gets in the way when you’re chasing careers,” he said.
Michael Grassi and Matthew McConkey quickly connected over their favorite musician and deepened their relationship through a mutual fondness for older dogs.
Wanting to end their first date on a romantic note, Dr. Shilpen Patel leaned in for a kiss with Yuming Chiu, who did not mention he was a little sick.
Hannah Margaret Allen and Grant Schumacher chose to marry at her family’s funeral home, where “there’s a lot of life and energy,” said the groom.
A reader is trying to figure out whether he’s willing to abandon exclusivity.
The clothing seller is building a vibrant and eclectic community of TikTok style stars, D.I.Y. designers and vintage fanatics.
Teenagers and young adults are turning to Snapchat, TikTok and other social media apps to find Percocet, Xanax and other pills. The vast majority are laced with deadly doses of fentanyl, police say.
Honesty, respectability, sincerity — the clothes make the argument.
For skin care like a cetacean, you’re going to need corals, sponges and the ability to hold your breath for a long time.
The city has a lot more to offer than the obvious, with new genre-bending restaurants and bars, and happenings galore. Its comeback story is well underway.
How the cult label that reimagined the Scandi look became a global giant with “responsibility” built into its business model.
The screenwriter-director Ninja Thyberg and the actor Sofia Kappel discuss creating a porn industry drama through a feminist lens.
Now guarding trees in Lower Manhattan, the poet and author of “Chelsea Girls” says: “Things that might have once been corny to me don’t feel corny anymore.”
The lavish affair would have made the Crawley family proud.
Scott Sartiano opened the private social club in Downtown Manhattan where Kim Kardashian, Tom Brady and Mayor Eric Adams are frequently spotted.
A new generation is experimenting with the disco-era inhalants.
In the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles, a community supports the practices of young innovators.
At a medieval castle in Puglia, it’s all about astronomy, baby.
The Adventure Quencher Travel Tumbler, a social-media-famous water bottle, conquered feeds everywhere, one pale millennial shade at a time.
The widow of Virgil Abloh will assume control of the designer’s company with plans to continue his initiatives and legacy.
A number of restaurants are betting that Americans want to get gussied up again, but not everyone is thrilled about the fashion screening.
Clever marketers have figured out how easy it is to simulate online intimacy at scale, ventriloquizing alluring models with cheap, offshore labor.
They joined four others celebrated in the magazine’s Power of Women issue.
Nothing says summer like a pair of these classic outdoor lounge chairs.
Sisters are joining TikTok to offer a window into their cloistered experiences. “We’re not all grim old ladies reading the Bible,” one nun said.
Best looks from Spencer Sweeney’s art opening, the New York City Ballet gala and Variety’s Power of Women ceremony.
Activists and nonprofits are considering digital currencies as a way to raise funds. But can they really do anything other payment methods can’t?