“I’m on good terms with all the family, but I’m closest with Kris, Kim, Kylie and Kendall,” says the 23-year-old beauty entrepreneur.
1950s America comes vividly to life in a collection of thousands of 3-D slides. No bulky headgear required!
Packing the following items will help lessen the inevitable seasonal stress for your hosts, and make everyone’s holiday happier.
Women reclaimed a word once the province of crass boys and men who are boys.
In a city with a sleek, squeaky-clean downtown, the lifestyle editor Sara Harowitz finds authenticity in a neighborhood that has retained its blue collar roots. She shares her favorite spots.
Plus: Fran Lebowitz made him do it.
A pioneer in sports podcasting relies on spinach feta wraps from Starbucks, a Linus blanket and Busta Rhymes on repeat.
Phillip Picardi and others were let go by the parent company of the venerable L.G.B.T.Q. magazine.
A once-essential leather good reshapes, reduces and will possibly soon be redundant.
Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, outside of Detroit, bills itself as the largest Christmas store in the world.
Chip and Joanna Gaines may not be done with this nostalgic home aesthetic, but maybe it has finally run its course.
Nikole Klarberg and Gary Schneider met through a dating app and quickly found they balanced each other nicely.
Thinking about this “curiously abysmal” bathroom will derail your day.
He was over 70. I was 22. We both loved Fran Lebowitz. What was I doing on the back of his motorcycle?
And Lily-Rose Depp shivers on the red carpet at Chanel.
For over 100 years, the Carnegie Hero Fund has privately searched for everyday heroes.
A widower grapples with the possibility that not everyone wants to be there for him.
The grounds of Milan’s Villa Belgiojoso are off limits to adults unaccompanied by a minor. But a city councilor wants to open the park to all ages.
First-generation, low-income students are commandeering one of the college’s historically elitist eating clubs.
The liquidation of the famous department store has left a hole in the market. Meet the woman charged with filling it.
He made python boots for Nureyev, black leather thigh-high boots for Jacqueline Onassis and platforms for Kate Moss that spelled out a vulgarity in crystals.
At the Brooklyn Museum, his pictures skim the surface of social problems. It can be a frustratingly reductive vision of world peace. “I think being naïve is what has helped me the most,” he ...
O’Plérou Grebet, an artist from the Ivory Coast, learned to make emojis from (where else?) YouTube.
The role of a young lifetime: oneself.
Aimez-vous le luxe?
Taylor Lorenz, who writes about internet culture, explains how she keeps her finger on the pulse.
In a new movie, the actress emerges as a renegade spirit, with a style to match.
The iconic department store is a start-up now.
The star of “Hadestown” shares what he watched, read and listened to last weekend.
When Zozibini Tunzi was named Miss Universe on Sunday, it signified the first time that black women had simultaneously held the top prize in four of the major beauty pageants.
No one knows why. A rodeo was in town but denied any connection. The Las Vegas police said it “does not appear to be a police matter at this time.”
From a Peruvian mud-brick house to a wooden longhouse in Borneo, travelers are rediscovering the intimate thrill of a homestay.
As Manhattan department stores add sleek cocktail bars, holiday shopping is beginning to look a lot like happy hour.
Anne Fulenwider joins a handful of magazine women who have left their posts for new ventures.
Another site is about to close, joining other publications like The Hairpin and The Toast that are dead or dying, as their “rowdy” voices go mainstream.
The Comme des Garçons founder on her debut as a costume designer at the Wiener Staatsoper.