Fashion & Style

Oscars Red Carpet Review: Princesses and Sirens, on Parade

Slide Show Oscars 2017 Red Carpet: See the Stylish Celebrities CreditNoel West for The New York Times The path to an Oscar can be long and winding or sudden and short, but whatever the route, it ends on a red carpet guarded by hundreds of photographers. “I literally walked in here and the first person I saw was you,” Lucas ...

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Eduardo García’s Path: Migrant Worker, Convict, Deportee, Star Chef

“The thing is, I’m not ashamed to say it, but I’m a convicted felon in the United States: deported two times, in 2000 and 2007. My entire family still lives there and I love the country — it gave me everything I have — but I’m banned from going there now. Continue reading the main story “My family was all ...

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Expressing Yourself – The New York Times

#1LOOKADAY FEBRUARY 24, 2017 If you happened to have grown up in a time more conservative than the present, it’s quite unlikely that you would take for granted the wide latitude for personal expression we now enjoy. If you did not, as is more likely, then try imagining these images — shot with an iPhone 6 during New York Fashion Week: ...

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Isabelle Huppert: ‘The Best Way to Please Is Not to Please’

That near boast, tempered by a flicker of amusement, hinted at the wickedly subversive streak that has made Ms. Huppert a muse to an international roster of directors, including Claude Chabrol, Otto Preminger, Bertrand Tavernier and Paul Verhoeven. Mr. Verhoeven, of “Basic Instinct” and “Showgirls” notoriety, directed Ms. Huppert in “Elle.” Combined with an apparently uncontrived chic, that subversiveness has ...

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Nikki Haskell Learns the Social Cost of Supporting Donald Trump

“You see what’s going on in the streets, all these people rioting, all these women?” she said in a phone conversation. “Nothing ever happened like this. They never had these riots — every street, every city, all across the world. When there’s crowds and craziness like this, you never know what’ll happen. It’s horrifying.” Continue reading the main story Given ...

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48 Hours With London’s Favorite Off-Beat Designer

Slide Show In the Studio With Christopher Kane CreditIndia Hobson Christopher Kane, the Glasgow-born designer whose collections have been an undisputed London Fashion Week highlight for just over a decade, is fitting a model in a bubblegum-pink damask dress. The fabric is a little bit bridesmaid-y, the type of thing you might expect of another designer who’s been in the ...

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As Alexandra Shulman Departs, Who’s Next at British Vogue?

It is also one that rarely comes up for grabs. “As I said to Alex herself this week, this is the sort of job that only comes up once every 25 years,” Mr. Amed said. “This isn’t just about taking on the mantle of Vogue. It is a role with huge influence and power; you become a de facto spokesperson ...

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Watchmakers Look to Women in the Middle East

At Christie’s next watch auction in the region, scheduled for March 19, nearly one quarter of the 184 featured watches are women’s designs. Included are jewelry-focused pieces like a watch embellished with more than 26 carats of diamonds, called the Ladyhawke, made by Boucheron, with a Girard-Perregaux timepiece. Its value is estimated at $250,000 to $450,000. Photo From left, two ...

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How Kevin Durant Became Silicon Valley’s Hottest Start-up

Once the conversation did start, however, Mr. Durant sounded pensive, introspective. Unlike many M.V.P.-caliber athletes who seem to field every question seemingly looking for the quickest exit strategy, Mr. Durant paused to consider each question, and he seemed unafraid to open up, despite his natural shyness. Continue reading the main story “I didn’t really have friends,” Mr. Durant said of ...

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Winter at the Waldorf – The New York Times

Slide Show Slide Show|33 Photos Winter at the Waldorf Winter at the Waldorf CreditJessica Lehrman for The New York Times The 62nd Viennese Opera Ball on Feb. 10 benefited a project about Leonard Bernstein at the Jewish Museum. The Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues, honored Meryl Streep and others at its New ...

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