Fashion & Style

Memorial T-Shirts Create a Little Justice, a Tiny Peace

“It’s a beautiful art, but it’s pretty morbid,” he said. Often, the T-shirts he designs are for the very young, frequently victims of gun violence. “I love airbrushing, I love graffiti, but I’d rather make shirts to celebrate a graduation or a wedding, or, hell, even a picture of somebody’s dog,” he said. “But it is what it is. It’s ...

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Why Fashion Can’t Stop Looking North

Photo From the exhibition “North: Fashioning Identity,” an image from “The Liver Birds” series shot by Alice Hawkins for Love magazine in 2012. Credit Alice Hawkins LONDON — What are the first things that spring to mind when you think of the north of England? The Beatles, cobbled streets and Manchester United? 1990s rave culture, rain and feisty women with ...

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It’s Melania 2.0, as Mrs. Trump Iterates in Asia

She may also have received less scrutiny because of … Hope Hicks, White House communications czar, and her tuxedo. Photo Hope Hicks, the White House communications director, at a state banquet at the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo on Nov. 6. Credit Andrew Harnik/Associated Press Or, to be fair, her tuxedo worn with a floppy, dandified bow tie to the state ...

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The Wing, a Chic Women’s Club, Is Going Wide

Ms. Gevinson, also featured in No Man’s Land, was initially reluctant to join the Wing. “I work from home, and that’s how I can almost justify my rent,” she said. Then she went to visit the first club, which opened in the Flatiron district in October 2016: awash in millennial pink, with softly lit desks for working, a beauty room ...

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A Lebanese Rocker Caught in a Human Rights Incident Over Rainbow Flags

Hamed Sinno, the 29-year-old Lebanese rocker, showed up at Christopher Street in Manhattan looking agitated. He had gone to the wrong location of Maison Kayser, the French boulangerie, and by the time his cab got to the West Village he was an hour late. Wearing a headband and a loose black shirt, he had forgotten he had to have his ...

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This Week’s Openings, Pop-Ups and Don’t-Miss Shopping Events

Openings and Events On Thursday, the French label Gérard Darel will open its first United States store, in SoHo. The elegant space, fitted with classic marble and vintage touches, will be filled with easy-chic pieces like leather pants ($795) and tailored jumpsuits ($465). A 145 Spring Street. That same day, from 6 to 8 p.m., the blogger Chriselle Lim will ...

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Where Sweats Are Cinched and Air Jordans Are Art

Seth Rogen replied with options: “Kithtropolis. Kithstanbul. Kitheopia. Kithneyland.” Kithneyland is accurate. People pick out a very particular outfit with a lot of signifiers to go and stand in a line. The space was designed by the Snarkitecture firm, and once you’re inside (I didn’t have to wait, but my editor was confronted with a wraparound), you’ll find a tube ...

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A Lot of Fashion Insiders Say Telfar Is the Brand to Know

Ms. Wintour quoted the designer (quoting Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie) in her first collection and said, “I agree with you: We should all be feminists.” Then she added, “It is remarkable how you brought sexual politics into the business of running an international fashion house.” Asked what advice she would give the next generation, Ms. Chiuri said that when she started ...

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8 Pairs of Timeless Greek Sandals

The ever-packable vacation shoe gets a playful update. Photo Salvatore Ferragamo, $1,090, (866) 337-7242. Credit Mari Maeda and Yuji Oboshi Photo Chanel, $1,100, (800) 550-0005. Credit Mari Maeda and Yuji Oboshi Photo K. Jacques, $265, kjacques.fr. Credit Mari Maeda and Yuji Oboshi Photo Jil Sander, $665, jilsander.com. Credit Mari Maeda and Yuji Oboshi Photo Rosetta Getty, $795, net-a-porter.com. Credit Mari Maeda and ...

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$1.3 Million for That? – The New York Times

Photo Credit Joanna Neborsky In all the discussion this past week about the recently indicted former Trump campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, his eye-popping consumption patterns and where he might or might not have shopped and why, there was one public reaction that struck me the most. It was not concern about where Mr. Manafort got all that money, or anger ...

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