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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Style Q & A: Kim Kardashian on Her New Beauty Line and Those Blackface Allegations

When it comes to beauty influencers, Kim Kardashian West can be credited as a pioneer. With her longtime makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic, she lauded the benefits of contouring (that old-school stage-makeup method of using darker base shades or bronzer to chisel and define features) early on. But unlike ...
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Father-Daughter Dance Gets a Makeover in ‘Modern Family’ Era

The annual father-daughter dance at Benito Martinez Elementary School in El Paso is a highlight on the school calendar. Candy-color tablecloths camouflage cafeteria tables, and strobe lights transform the gymnasium into a dance floor. The girls, from kindergarten through fifth grade, don dresses and pose for pictures with ...
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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. Greetings! I ...
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Vows: Don’t Fall in Love With Me, She Said. He Wouldn’t Listen.

Vows By LOUISE RAFKIN When Devin Peralta and Lindsay Howard met more than a dozen years ago, neither could have predicted a future that involved waking up in the morning around the time they used to tumble into bed — and on a farm, of all places. Both ...
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Modern Love: My Body Doesn’t Belong to You

Modern Love By HEATHER BURTMAN When the stranger yelled at me from his car window, I was carrying my Zamioculcas zamiifolia, a large tropical plant I had just bought at a greenhouse. I couldn’t hear what he said, but I don’t think he was complimenting my plant. His ...
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Social Q’s: The Strong, Silent Type Who’s Also a Little Rude

Social Q’s By PHILIP GALANES My husband is a pretty smart guy. But sometimes when I tell him things — about good friends or articles I’ve read — he stays silent. When we were dating, this bothered me, so I asked him about it. He said, “There’s nothing ...
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Meet the Goopies

CULVER CITY, Calif. — Mocking Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle company, Goop, has become a national pastime played on late-night television, the internet and, with the parody “Glop,” in bookstores. But what about the many devotees who are keeping the Goop Ship Lollipop (and its tugboat pop-up shops) afloat? Slurping ...
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