Vogue Editor Anna Wintour Is Now Dame Anna

On a gorgeous Monday night in Manhattan, with a number of guests venturing out to the rooftop terrace to watch the beginnings of a sunset, some of the most notable members of the American fashion, publishing and theater worlds gathered at the British Residence on East 51st Street ...
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On the Runway: Justin Trudeau’s Sock Diplomacy

Vanessa Friedman ON THE RUNWAY The first time could have been chalked up to charming idiosyncrasy. The second time, it seemed like an effort to bring some levity to a complicated situation. But the third and fourth (and fifth and so on) times that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ...
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Critical Shopper: Shopping Without Instagram: It’s Full of Surprises

Critical Shopper By KATHERINE BERNARD Juoksentelisinkohan is a Finnish word that, when punctuated with a question mark, translates to “I wonder if I should run around aimlessly?” Retail is increasingly a space for brand experience more than actual commerce. But brand-as-destination requires established familiarity. Successful stores are not ...
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A Surprise Collection, From Stefano Pilati, Revealed on Instagram

PARIS — The designer Stefano Pilati, revered in certain fashion circles both for his designs (for Yves Saint Laurent and Ermenegildo Zegna Couture) and for the raffish elegance of his own personal style, is currently professionally unattached and living, somewhat east of any fashion world surveillance, in Germany ...
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He Wanted to Give Massages, but the Movies Called Him Back

PARIS — Until recently, Arnaud Valois was a masseur with a small studio here. Years before, he had been an actor, with minor success, but he had given up in favor of Thai massage and the yogalike relaxation technique called sophrology. He took a short break from his ...
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On the Runway: Lessons From the Great Male Skirt Rebellion of 2017

Vanessa Friedman ON THE RUNWAY Dress codes have been much in the news recently, largely because of the way the burden of compliance seems to fall on women — whether it be requiring them to don heels instead of flats, not to wear leggings or simply to “dress ...
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Young Socialites Conjure the Ghost of Leonard Bernstein at the Dakota

It was a spring Saturday in March, but winter lingered in Manhattan, glowering and unwelcome, like a lookout at a street corner. The Dakota on Central Park West — the creepy setting for “Rosemary’s Baby” and the former haunt of the foundational film ghoul Boris Karloff — seemed ...
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Open Thread: Open Thread: This Week in Style News

Each week, the Open Thread newsletter will offer a look from across The New York Times at the forces that shape the dress codes we share, with Vanessa Friedman as your personal shopper. The latest newsletter appears here. To receive it in your inbox, register here. Good afternoon ...
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Encounters: YouTube Star Randy Rainbow Brings Sass to His Trump Bashing

Encounters By BOB MORRIS The YouTube personality Randy Rainbow was so embarrassed about asking his cabdriver to take him to the Trump Hotel in SoHo on Tuesday that he pretended he was a tourist. “I used a phony British accent,” he said. But the parody-singing, Trump-bashing, unabashedly gay ...
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On the Verge: Brand to Know: A Subversive Line Inspired by Mapplethorpe

On the Verge By KIN WOO Growing up, the 26-year-old French designer Ludovic de Saint Sernin felt like he never quite fit in. Born in Brussels to a French mother and Portuguese diplomat father, de Saint Sernin lived with his family in the Ivory Coast until he was ...
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Vows: In a Relationship, but Not Out Just Yet

Vows By ALIX STRAUSS Gregory DelliCarpini Jr. and Lorenzo Vinti have Marie Assante and a weekly Sunday screening of “True Blood” to thank for their marriage. It was Ms. Assante, a publicist, who invited Mr. Vinti, her high school friend and a clinical social worker who grew up ...
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Ranked by Instagram: The Latest Men’s Wear Shows

Not so long ago, the factors spelling success at fashion week for a label were threefold: who attended, what the critics said, and how the buyers responded. In the age of the smartphone, most brands strive to make their shows appealing to an additional 700 million — the ...
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Is Thom Browne the Most Underestimated Designer in New York?

Going into the headquarters of the designer Thom Browne, whose spring 2018 men’s wear collection will be unveiled in Paris on Sunday, is like falling down a rabbit hole. Not just because it is in the garment district of New York rather than the École des Beaux-Arts in ...
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Bringing Social Media Stars Onto the Runway, and Hearing Them Roar

MILAN — There is an ancient (O.K., recent) wisdom carved into the Fashion Week Commandments, handed down from the mount: To woo the millennial, you must first use the millennial. “Be the change you wish to see in the world,” Gandhi once said (apocryphally, it seems; there is ...
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