Fashion & Style

A Former ‘Yes’ Addict Confronts the Pain of Recovery

Photo This column is an edited excerpt from the “Dear Sugars” podcast, an advice program hosted by Steve Almond and Cheryl Strayed. The audio contains an extended conversation, more letters, and special guest Oprah Winfrey. If you’re reading on desktop, click the play button below to listen. Mobile readers can find “Dear Sugars” on the Podcasts app (iPhone and iPad) ...

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The Men Who Join the Fashion Circus

Phillip Mayberry, 24, was working as a shirtless greeter at a Hollister store in Texas when a scout approached him, as he explained on a cigarette break before the Parke & Ronen show on Wednesday. A onetime track star with a ripped physique, he was told he would have a great future in modeling, though only if he dropped some ...

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Bill Maher and Fran Lebowitz: When Comedy Cuts Deep

Like Mr. Maher, Ms. Lebowitz often takes outrageous (and outrageously funny) positions, fueled by her supreme self-confidence. She has long eschewed the ubiquitous trappings of modern society: the cellphone and computer. After publishing two best-selling collections of comic essays, “Metropolitan Life” and “Social Studies,” decades ago, a famous case of writer’s block took hold, and Ms. Lebowitz transferred her wit ...

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Saying Farewell to a Store That Changed Shopping

You also have to remember what a shock it was that they opened on that street at all — not on Faubourg St.-Honoré, where all the established stores were. They were like an island that brought this energy of cool to fashion, and then everybody followed. Marc Newson, industrial designer I was really shocked to learn about the closure of ...

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In France, Melania Trump Flies the Fashion Flag of Friendship

It began Thursday morning when she left Air Force One in a bright red Dior Bar skirt suit, a modern interpretation of the signature shape, and an outfit chosen, according to her stylist and sometime couturier, Hervé Pierre, in honor of the 70th anniversary of the storied fashion house. Continue reading the main story “For me, Dior is like the ...

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Rob Goldstone, Trump Intermediary, Likes Silly Hats and Facebook

When asked for comment this week by The Times, Mr. Goldstone said he thought Ms. Veselnitskaya was a “private citizen.” In an email to Donald Trump Jr. last summer, however, he called her a “Russian government attorney.” He also said he did not know that Aras Agalarov, who has ties to President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, had any involvement ...

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A ‘Dad’ Look Is Suddenly Stylish: The Tucked-In T-Shirt

Photo Brooklyn Beckham tucked in his T-shirt for a movie premiere in May in London. Credit Daniel Leal-Olivas/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images The fashion set has taken a liking to a style quirk once associated with out-of-touch dads. The photographer Adam Katz Sinding first noticed men tucking in their T-shirts while shooting street style during fashion week in Moscow a ...

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These Men Can’t Do Home Repair. And They’re Fine With That.

Mr. Feldman said he never learned the basics of fix-it work, partly because his father took no interest in jobs around the house. When he attempts home repair chores these days, his wife, Stephanie, an architect, oversees him. Photo “I can’t even make it through the YouTube instructional video.” JOEL MOSS LEVINSON Credit Antony Hare “The way the repairs usually ...

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Don Lemon on How to Look Camera-Ready

Photo “I read and am up on the news all day,” said the CNN anchor Don Lemon, seen here in his office at the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle in New York City. Credit Daniel Dorsa for The New York Times As the host of “CNN Tonight,” Don Lemon, 51, is on the air about 260 days a year. ...

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Your Guide to New York Fashion Week: Men’s

New York Men’s Day, afternoon session Private Policy: Having graduated from Parsons School of Design in 2015, the partners Haoran Li and Siying Qu design men’s and women’s wear for a candy-colored dystopian future. Maiden Noir: Designed in Seattle and made in Japan, Nin Truong’s monochromatic drawstring pants, sweatshirts and shorts are appropriate for the upper echelons of an urban ...

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