A battle cry by the president falls flat with some who were ahead of the curve on heritage brands.
The actress (“Togetherness,” “Girlboss”) reads Teresa DiFalco’s story about an obnoxious neighbor who becomes the glue in a couple’s unraveling marriage.
The annual gala celebrated activists as well as Hollywood stars.
“How seriously can you take yourself when you live in a pink house?” said one resident of a desert complex where time stands still and hair doesn’t frizz.
The 74-year-old force behind the avant-garde label Comme des Garçons makes otherworldly clothes that express hidden desires and fears.
Zuri, founded this year by two expats living in Nairobi, produces a single style — in a vibrant array of African fabrics.
At 29, Ms. Grant has found a niche taking pictures of pop stars like Ms. Del Rey and Charli XCX, and the rapper YG.
When there are so many forms of money that, simply through use, earn us more money, paying cash seems like a sucker’s deal.
New York’s celebrity elite feted Ms. Midler’s return to Broadway as Dolly Levi.
A comic-book illustrator and a lawyer connect, decades after meeting as 11-year-olds in a New Rochelle day camp.
Far from being stuffy, a longer, looser dress in breathable cotton or linen is effortlessly cool.
Can we find meaning in the feathered nests of the superwealthy?
Social media users sounded off on denim pants and a jacket that come pre-stained and sell for $425 each.
Six months into the relationship between Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, a bit of shouting changed things.
T’s senior fashion editor, Jason Rider, picks the season’s essential pieces, from lightweight camping shorts to the perfect tank top.
A series of long-anticipated transactions will buy out minority shareholders in the Paris fashion house.
The European company JAB is refocusing on the food and drinks empire it has been building in the United States, including its recent deal to buy Panera.
A faith-based entertainment company is making a bid for the mainstream with movies like “The Case For Christ” and binge-able television and web series.
Parties were held recently for the Tribeca Film Festival, the Youth America Grand Prix and the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.
It’s unrealistic to expect your spouse to forever remain the same person you fell in love with.
By making her pregnancy a dazzling performance, is the singer raising the bar too high?
David Kratz, a former public relations executive and trained as a painter, has helped turn the New York Academy of Art into a hot charity.
Fame is not the only measure at Time magazine’s annual gala, which celebrates activists as well as Hollywood stars.
The new adviser to the president may be doing her best to change the conversation, but the problem of separating brand from woman arose again in her first official appearance.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration has a plan that would strip the garment district in Manhattan of special zoning protections.
Their spring line harks back to the wild polyester looks of the 1970s.
Christophe Robin, the star Parisian colorist, explains how to shampoo for maximal volume and shine. He also has a neat trick or two.
The two women talk about overcoming barriers in their careers, fighting for better roles and how it is important for artists to be politically active.
Parties were held last week for the Tribeca Film Festival, the Youth America Grand Prix and the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.
The dinner, packed with Oscar and Emmy winners, was sponsored by SAG-Aftra, the union that represents performers in movies, radio and television.