How to Survive the Apocalypse

President Trump threatens to “totally destroy North Korea.” Another hurricane lashes out. A second monster earthquake jolts Mexico. Terrorists strike in London. And that’s just this past week or so. Yes, the world is clearly coming to an end. But is there anything you can do to prepare? ...
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Vows: A Chorus of Mazel Tovs in Uganda

Vows By MERISSA NATHAN GERSON Seven years ago, Shadrach Mugoya Levi drove three hours from his rural village of Magada in the Namutumba District of Uganda to find a woman named Naomi. His friends had insisted he meet her. When he arrived at her house, her mother answered ...
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Milan Gets a New Soundtrack

MILAN — Michael Nyman, the 73-year-old British minimalist musician, cross-disciplinary artist and video documentarian, has a new muse: Milan. He moved to the city in November, in part because, he said, “Even though, ostensibly I know more composers in London than I do here, we’re all isolated. The ...
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Modern Love: Discovering Manhood in Soapy Bubbles

Modern Love By NATE MARTINS It wasn’t until I started doing dishes that I realized men in my family don’t do dishes. At parties, I rarely saw Martins men helping out in the kitchen. Instead, our grandmothers, aunts and female cousins (all Portuguese and Argentine immigrants) would cook ...
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With… Dame Judi Dench: Queen! Bow Down to Tattoo-Flashing Octogenarian Dame Dench

I watch as Dame Judi Dench eats her chilled corn soup with saffron and sips Champagne. At 82, she is just as elegant as you would imagine, with silver hair, ice-blue eyes and crisp diction. She’s 5-foot-1, but her reputation is towering. Ms. Dench is one of the ...
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10 Things to Know About Roberto Cavalli’s New Creative Director

The newest mystery man on the Milan women’s wear scene is Paul Surridge, the little-known designer hired in May to rejuvenate Roberto Cavalli, the Florentine fashion house famous for its flesh-baring, flamboyant designs. A Central St. Martins graduate with stints at Calvin Klein, Burberry and Jil Sander, the ...
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Colin Firth’s ‘Kingsman’ Fragrance Doesn’t Really Explode

LONDON — When “Kingsman: The Secret Service” debuted in 2014, it was accompanied by a men’s wear line sold on Mr Porter. Now, as the sequel arrives in movie theaters this week, fragrance has become a focus. Kingsman TGC, the scent’s name, refers to both the new movie’s ...
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At Italian Vogue, a New Beginning

In January, not long after returning from his winter holiday, Emanuele Farneti, the 42-year-old editor of Italian GQ, was chatting with a media friend when the subject of Italian Vogue, the powerful fashion magazine whose revered longtime editor Franca Sozzani had died at age 66 the month before, ...
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An Earthquake Hits and Angelenos Shelter on Twitter

Hurricanes in Florida, Texas and the Caribbean; record-high temperatures in San Francisco; and wildfires in the Pacific Northwest. And last night, a 3.6-magnitude earthquake a few miles away from Westwood, Calif., a neighborhood in Los Angeles near Bel Air, Calabasas, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. “Earthquakes like this ...
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Chasing Fashion’s Cutting Edge

Dustin Pittman’s gaze roamed the bustling back office of Century 21 on Cortlandt Street, where Kim Shui was prepping her fashion show. In an instant, he found his mark. She was China Lee, who would be modeling one of the giddily mismatched plaids and brocades Ms. Shui planned ...
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On Beauty: The Extra-Long Hair Trend, Decoded

On Beauty By MINJU PAK In the ’80s in Southern California, there was only one channel with Korean-language programming: It aired for a few hours only in the evenings. This was during that sweet spot of Korean immigration in America — a decade or so after the arrival ...
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The Virtues of Vintage Watches

Even as luxury watch brands have battled retail challenges over the last few years, high-end vintage timepieces have been selling for record-setting prices, especially hard-to-find pieces by brands such as Rolex and Patek Philippe. Why is vintage resonating with collectors? And what are the trends that will dominate ...
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At 100, the Cartier Tank Transcends Time

It’s been called the most iconic watch on the planet, the ultimate in classic timepieces. And this fall, the Cartier Tank will mark its 100th birthday with new variations and an updated biography. “A hundred years is a long time to be so perfect,” said Elizabeth Saltzman, a ...
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This German Village is a Town Based on Time

GLASHÜTTE, Germany — Globally the luxury watch industry is in crisis. But somehow this village in an isolated corner of eastern Germany, with an economy totally dependent on watchmaking for the last 170 years, is thriving. Unemployment is less than 5 percent. Mayor Markus Dressler reluctantly turns away ...
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