Fashion & Style

Four More Zzzs for Snooze City

Say the words “Koch years,” and a flood of images pours forth (bankers in yellow ties, break dancers, gay bathhouses with caution tape across the doors). Ditto with “Dinkins years” (the “gorgeous mosaic,”, tennis rackets, Crown Heights riots), “Giuliani years” (squeegee men, Derek Jeter, Twin Towers) or “Bloomberg years” (bike lanes, luxury condos, waterfront parks). Love ’em or hate ’em, ...

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A Trump for All Ages

Randy Nolen is a 66-year-old talent manager based in Indian Wells, Calif. He specializes in the meetings and conventions sector. His clients seek acts that can entertain, say, a thousand conference attendees who have nothing in common except that they work in the insurance industry. Long ago, Mr. Nolen realized that everyone knows the president of the United States, and ...

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These Women Want to Dress You for the Office

Back Story As a young woman in finance, I was always frustrated with my work wear options. I was working 70 hours a week, on the road from Monday through Thursday, and I definitely didn’t want to spend my nights and weekends sifting through racks in a department store. So I started MM.LaFleur to take the work — and the ...

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Yes, Breitbart News Has a Fashion Critic

He reserves his barbs for the likes of Jane Fonda, ”the leftist actress,” who “in a faux, Beyoncé-esque ponytail looked like she had developed a classic case of ‘trying to be a teeny-bopper.’ Give it up, Jane.” Samantha Bee, “liberal Hollywood’s talk show darling,” fared no better, pretty much a train wreck, Mr. Binder writes, “a leprechaun in her shoulder-padded, ...

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Paul Manafort’s Shopping Sprees Hit Home

In 2011, it was revealed that Newt Gingrich, the former speaker of the House, had a $500,000 line of credit at Tiffany & Co. that did not play well when he was preaching fiscal conservatism. Photo Newt Gingrich at the 2016 Republican National Convention. In 2011, news that he had a $500,000 credit line with Tiffany & Co. raised eyebrows. ...

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A Sunday March, This One Down the Aisle

“It seems like yesterday when my sister and I would go with our parents to listen to my dad preach at different churches around New York, then go out to dinner afterward,” she said. “And when Dad was out working, we would wait for him to come home and play games with us, we would put our Barbie dolls away ...

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An Artist and Hostess Who Calls Herself an Alt-Kardashian

Photo DeSe Escobar, a multidisciplinary artist, is a host of the monthly party Glam. Credit Natalia Mantini for The New York Times DeSe Escobar Age: 28 Hometown: Pasadena, Calif. Now Lives: In a small two-bedroom apartment on the Lower East Side, with a shower in the kitchen. Claim to Fame: A multihyphenate artist and social ringleader, Ms. Escobar is the ...

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Is Fall Dead? – The New York Times

Daniel Arnold, a photographer known for capturing quirky moments on the street, waits all year for autumn to arrive. “New York really hits its stride in the fall,” he said. “All year long you’re dealing with discomfort, and I feel like fall is the only time in New York where it’s steadily, predictably comfortable.” Not this year, though. New Yorkers ...

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‘Terry Richardson Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg’

Porter, the Net-a-Porter magazine, also said it was no longer working with Mr. Richardson. So did Hearst magazines, which owns Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire and Marie Claire. Mr. Richardson had already been commissioned to shoot the January cover of Elle and had recently done so. It is now being redone by another photographer. Bulgari, Diesel and Valentino, all brands that ...

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Shopping on the Side Streets of Copenhagen

But to find the truly novel, one needs to venture off Stroget into the side streets around it and even into other neighborhoods. Copenhagen is fairly small and easily navigable by foot, but the city also has a sleek metro and timely bus system. A City Pass for one, two, three or five days offers unlimited travel on buses, trains ...

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