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9 Burgundy Accessories for Fall

Prada shoes, $1,170, prada.com.Credit…Photograph by Mari Maeda and Yuji Oboshi Market Report Hit the perfect accent note with shoes and…

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The Ethereal Taste of Flowers

PART OF THE confusion is a matter of terms. The ancients grappled with how to categorize the sensations that come…

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Is the Party Over or About to Begin?

WHERE ARE WE? Is this the beginning of the end, or the end of the beginning? Is the party over…

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Julian Schnabel Revisits van Gogh, and Paints Oscar Isaac’s Severed Head

Painting and filmmaking are related mediums, but there is a relatively small canon of good films about painters. These are,…

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For a Late-Summer Gathering, Try This Spin on a Salade Niçoise

“Lettuce is not typically found in a salade niçoise — it’s sacrilege,” says the writer and art critic Fanny Singer.…

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Video: Cooking Class | Fanny Singer

“Hi. I’m Fanny Singer. And today, I’m cooking an herby grilled tuna salad. It’s called a deconstructed salad nicoise. The…

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Sticky Note Manifestoes Written During Quarantine

In each installment of The Artists, T highlights a recent or little-seen work by a Black artist, along with a…

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A Ceramist Who Draws on His Craft’s Ancient Global Traditions

“I was an incredibly naughty teenager,” says the ceramist Matthias Kaiser, who grew up in the Austrian city of Graz.…

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A Performance Piece That Pairs Painted Waves Alongside Real Ones

For the first two weeks of August, Melissa McGill’s studio was beneath a white canopy tent pitched on the undulating…

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A Celestial Cuff Modeled After One Made for Marlene Dietrich

Alfred Van Cleef, the son of a diamond cutter, married Estelle Arpels, the daughter of a precious stones dealer and,…

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