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A breakdown of what the candidates are saying when they aren’t saying anything at all.
The entertainer wants you to live.
As the office chat start-up prepares to go public, some of us are still figuring out how available we want to be — and whether it’s O.K. to ping the C.E.O.
Colleagues and friends gather at the Grand Palais, site of so many of his extravagant Chanel shows, to honor the late fashion designer.
The R&B queen returns as a MAC Cosmetics spokeswoman and will be a judge at the Love Ball in New York.
The fighting in Yugoslavia forced my family to immigrate to Canada, where I found solace on the court.
Rejecting notions about how they should present themselves as female athletes, the women are turning to colorful hair and bold lips to showcase their style and enhance performance.
Can $40 exercise classes save the attenuated American mall?
With biker looks, punk looks and hippie looks, with leather, leopard and tie-dye, Ms. Versace challenges gender stereotypes.
The move set off a firestorm in the knitting world. “If it’s one way, then it should be both ways,” one knitter said. Others thought it was necessary: “In a perfect world, we would just craft.”
As a college student, Jacqueline Bouvier spent her junior year in Paris, and the city became one of the greatest influences in her life.
The 2019 ketubah observes tradition while incorporating couples’ tastes and personalities. It also functions as décor.
Katie Sturino, who writes “The 12ish” blog, was surprised by John Forkin’s style from the start, including just how comfortable he was being himself.
Genuine or not? You decide. Either way, it was an engagement, and marketing plan, made for Instagram.
Benefits were held for the Ailey School, Trevor Project and the Untermyer Gardens
Virgil Abloh took over a city square for his collection of oversize proportions and floral details.
The author Carlos Ruiz Zafón offers a travel guide to his hometown with a darker spin on some familiar spots.
As a young music writer, she read Pitchfork religiously. Now she is the site's first female editor in chief.
“Love doesn’t always happen how or when you think it will. This love was worth waiting for.”
Peggy Noland has given a Toyota Corolla a pelt and slapped “buff Powerpuff Girls” on a pickup truck. Objects in mirror are as bitchin’ as they appear.
The 33-year-old actor makes a surfing detour to the Rockaways before filming “The Alienist” in Budapest.
A contestant gives an inside account.
It’s the phrase of the summer. Why do we hate to see it so often?
Neck strain and bone spurs are certainly possible from poor posture, but some experts doubt that cellphones are the only culprit.
Why buy mass-market rainbows when you could get something unique?
Am I crazy to be mad about my father wanting to profit from my death?
This week, the Modern Love podcast features a live recording by the creator of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.”
You don’t have to know exactly where you’re headed, but it helps to have a sense of direction.
Social media pressure to take perfectly posed photographs may lead to the first argument as a married couple. Is it worth a fabulous Instagram shot if you are just having a horrible time?
As he has for decades, the designer dominates Italian fashion by swatting away trends and corporate suitors.
And God’s Love We Deliver supporters brave the chill in Southampton.
Lapérouse, favored restaurant of Zola, Colette, George Clooney and Kate Moss, is hosting what may be fashion week’s most epic celebration.
Can you call it a wellness retreat if you’re drinking and not hiking? Blackberry Mountain says yes. (Just maybe put down your phone.)
Fewer than 4.5 percent of the workers at the company’s North American headquarters identify as black. Members of that small group say they feel ignored and sometimes discriminated against.
Here’s what you need to make the most of the holiday.
In 1977, 13 percent of Americans believed that a person was born lesbian or gay. Today, 49 percent believe that, according to Gallup polls.
An apparel brand with a streetwear sensibility wants to get teens and 20-somethings onto the green.
The two remained friends despite the challenges of their divorce. Now their new relationship focuses on parenting.
The designer is remembered more for romances than clothes, and now, after a lengthy legal battle, many of his belongings will be auctioned.
A top builder explains how the process works, from design to launching.
When one couple built a home of their own, they wanted space for animals and jam sessions — and no neighbors close enough to complain.
A number of shoe companies have cut off many small retailers that were already struggling to adapt to shoppers’ changing behavior.
Professional parlor tattoos have become respectable. Homemade tattoos are meaningful precisely because they look so bad.