The Second Biggest Fashion Show in Cannes

CANNES, France — Forget Nicole Kidman in an Alexander McQueen sheer peach lace halter dress; forget Elle Fanning in a Rodarte lavender tulle ball gown and Tilda Swinton in a sparkling black Chanel jumpsuit. It is possible that the most jaw-dropping fashion spectacle in Cannes this week took ...
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Social Q’s: When Is It O.K. to Date a Friend’s Ex?

Social Q’s By PHILIP GALANES An old friend dated a really nice guy for a few months, but it fizzled. I definitely felt a spark when we met, but kept it to myself. Months later, I bumped into him at a yarn shop. He invited me out. I ...
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Balenciaga, Fashion’s Original Provocateur

LONDON — The internet went into its now de rigueur frenzy recently after Balenciaga released a blue, roughly $2,000, trapezoidal tote, created by the artistic director Demna Gvasalia, that bore more than a passing resemblance to a classic plastic Ikea shopping bag (price: 99 cents). The general online ...
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Summer in the Hamptons: Eleven Madison Park and Uber (Finally!) Are Coming to the East End

A year ago, over Memorial Day weekend, Donald J. Trump’s campaign team was in disarray, Hillary Clinton had yet to lock down the Democratic nomination, and Peter Thiel was outed as the secret benefactor of a lawsuit against Gawker. What could well-informed Hamptonites possibly be talking about this ...
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Party Coverage: Scene City: Kendall Jenner, Mary J. Blige and Al Gore Party at Cannes

Party Coverage: Scene City By RACHEL DONADIO ANTIBES, France — Around 11 on Saturday night, Mary J. Blige walked into the party hosted by Vanity Fair and Chopard at the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc. Her wingwoman was her sister, LaTonya Blige-DaCosta, who has written lyrics for some of her ...
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Noted: Inside the Studio of David Korins, Set Designer of ‘Hamilton’

On a recent morning, the Broadway set designer David Korins gave a tour of his tchotchke-filled studio near Pennsylvania Station in Manhattan. In a room with miniature models of stage sets, a conversation about staircases ensued. For the 2010 production of “The Pee-wee Herman Show,” Mr. Korins designed ...
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Styles Q. and A.: Pedro Winter on Daft Punk and the Paris Party Scene He Defined

Back in the early aughts, Ed Banger Records was the leading exporter of glitchy French electronic dance music and a Parisian cool-kid scene that orgiastically blended night life, fashion and art. Founded by the D.J. and musician Pedro Winter, the label helped turn acts like Justice, Uffie, Sebastian ...
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Fendi’s Gift to Rome: A Sculpture Shaped Like a Tree

PIETRASANTA, Italy — Shading his eyes from the warm Tuscan sun, the artist Giuseppe Penone watched as a crane hoisted a bronze tree trunk into position to cradle an 11-ton carved marble block. It was the first time that all of the elements of the sculpture, “Leaves of ...
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On the Runway: The Pippa Middleton Wedding Dress Effect

Vanessa Friedman ON THE RUNWAY It was a big weekend for red-carpet people-watching — what with the Cannes Film Festival, President Trump’s first trip abroad since taking office, and the Billboard Music Awards — but for all the competition, the fashion moment I am still thinking about on ...
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Ridgeway Clocks – NASCAR Martinsville Grandfather Clock Trophy

At the STP 500 this year last month, there were 2 winners of the annual 500-lap Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stock car race held at the 0.526-mile (0.847 km) Martinsville Speedway in Ridgeway, Virginia. Aside from Brad Keselowski, who won the STP 500 race after emerging as ...
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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 inaugural newsletter appears here. To receive it in your inbox, register here. Good afternoon ...
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What 15 People Wore to Solange’s All-White Guggenheim Performance

On Thursday afternoon, fans gathered at the Guggenheim Museum to watch Solange Knowles’s “An Ode To,” an installation and dance performance in the museum rotunda. The dress code was all-white, and showgoers checked their phones at the door. Here, Morgan Powell, a 24-year-old arts fund-raiser: “She’s what we ...
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Night Out: Amber Tamblyn Rallies Her Troops to the Red Carpet

Night Out By MICHAEL SCHULMAN The actress and poet Amber Tamblyn has just added “director” to her résumé, with the new indie film “Paint It Black,” which opened on Friday. Still, there’s multitasking and there’s multitasking. “I’m going to sneak out in the middle of the movie tonight ...
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Vows: He Showed Up Dressed as Reba McEntire. That Seemed to Work.

Vows By TAMMY La GORCE Michael Moeller is movie-star handsome and always impeccably dressed, and has designed rooms for fashion icons, TV shows and magazines. But his affinity for what looks best didn’t stop him from falling for a man who showed up on his East Village doorstep ...
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