Fashion & Style

A Sicilian Haven for Dining in the Heart of Milan

Falling somewhere between a bistro and a happening, the well-appointed newcomer, which opened in May, occupies a wing of the Neoclassical Villa Reale, home to the Galleria d’Arte Moderna, or G.A.M. Inside, there are enough familial vibes to choke even the most detached Milanese. Continue reading the main story Avoiding the culinary theme park environment (the music is more reggae ...

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‘Why You’d Want to Do That Is Beyond Me’: London Fashion Week Faces Down Its Critics

“We live in such funny times,” Mr. Moralioglu said, “this wonderful exchange between two very different worlds was beautiful.” He had been allowed to visit the queen’s wardrobe at Windsor Castle, rooting through her finery and mixing elements found there with the gowns Billie, Ella et al. wore to perform. The result was lavish: elaborately embroidered, bedecked with stones, pearls, ...

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Old Hollywood Vavoom Dominated on the Emmys Red Carpet

Shailene Woodley seemed to have embraced that brief. The best supporting actress nominee in a limited series, for the HBO show “Big Little Lies,” wore a custom Ralph Lauren dress in witchy green velvet, its V-form neckline dropping to her waist. Jessica Biel got a similar message, in a platinum-tinted Ralph & Russo gown slashed strategically to show a wide ...

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In a Fragile City, London Fashion Week Keeps Calm and Carries On

It lent a bit of backbone without sacrificing Ms. Goddard’s cheerful levity. In a time of deadly seriousness, you can go leaden or you can go light. That spirit animated several of the initial London collections, which did more with less. Jonathan Anderson (J.W. on his label) is one of the city’s thinkiest designers, sometimes to his detriment: He makes ...

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The Top 10 Moments of New York Fashion Week

Eckhaus Latta’s show was packed, not only with critics and the editors of major magazines — more than usual, it seemed to me — but also with genuine friends and fans. The brand, which is designed by Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta, who met at Rhode Island School of Design, has been on the rise these past few seasons, in ...

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Giorgio Moroder Still Feels Love at 77

For this gig at Schimanski, Mr. Moroder was celebrating the birthday of Ms. Summer’s seminal disco classic “I Feel Love,” which, five years after her death from cancer, was turning 40. I Feel Love – Donna Summer Video by Doug Flashboy Mr. Moroder isn’t cocky about what he has accomplished or the comeback he’s enjoying. In person, he comes across ...

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A Tour of Philipp Plein’s Master Bathroom in Manhattan

Philipp Plein Age 39 Occupation Fashion designer Location Upper East Side His Favorite Room In 2015, Mr. Plein bought a four-bedroom, seven-bathroom townhouse on East 71st Street. The master bathroom, which features a quarry’s worth of Italian marble, is larger than some studio apartments. By seeing a man’s house, Mr. Plein explained, you will know the man. “It says more ...

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Who Knew? For Red Carpet Trends, Look North

The stylist Elizabeth Saltzman spent August assessing 25 looks for her client Gemma Arterton to wear at TIFF’s premiere of “The Escape.” “TIFF is the cool kid,” Ms. Saltzman said. “It takes place in a northern city at the beginning of fall. It happens just as fashion month starts.” “The look is about ‘I’m a serious actor,’ because TIFF commands ...

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At Helmut Lang and Oscar de la Renta, Wrestling with History

It proved a fortuitous frame for their collection, as attenuated of line and serene of shade as always, but with a certain new generosity of proportion and nod to modernity: coats pulled off the shoulder and belted to blouse, like a gown, at the back; halter jumpsuits tied in a rope bow on one shoulder with a palazzo width (and ...

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A Lot of Sound and Supermodels, Signifying Not Much

With this collection, shown at Doubles, the supper club in the Sherry-Netherland, Mr. Maxwell has effectively seized the uptown ground once owned by Jason Wu, who seems to have entirely lost direction, detouring between striped cotton suiting here, haute bohemia there and a selection of Martha Graham-meets-Madame Grès dance dresses. Slide Show Victoria Beckham: Spring 2018 CreditGuillaume Roujas/Nowfashion And there ...

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