The actress Isabelle Huppert, an Academy Award nominee for her portrayal of Michèle in Elle Movie, shares the books she couldn't live without.

My 10 Favorite Books: Isabelle Huppert

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In our latest Illustrated Interview, Anderson Cooper draws the answers to our most pressing questions. [ Nyti.ms Link ]
In the 17th-century courtyard of Milan's Palazzo del Senato, No. 21 mixes Italian and Californian classics.

No. 21 Opens Milan Fashion Week With California Nostalgia

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Next week, Enrique Olvera will unveil the brand-new Pujol, with an updated location, look and menu — including a 10-seat taco omakase, Mexico City’s first ever taco tasting menu.

Sushi-Inspired Tacos, From Mexico’s Biggest Chef

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After several years of neglect from American galleries and museums, Julian Schnabel returns with a new show at Pace Gallery, opening tonight.

The Controversial Artist Who Just Won’t Go Away

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The London-based design duo behind Marques ' Almeida described their collection as a celebration of diversity, inspired by the exuberant 1950s, ’60s and ’70s portraits of the late Malian photographer Malick Sidibé.

Marques’Almeida Closes Out London Fashion Week

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This spring, the likes of Armani and Louis Vuitton go nautical with new totes.

Four Small Mariner Totes for Spring

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Now open at Friedman Benda: the first stateside show from the British designer Faye Toogood.

A New Show of Disparate Objects — Inspired by Matisse

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The latest addition to London's private club scene — replete with butterflies.

Decorating With Hundreds of Butterflies

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All the highlights from London Fashion Week from T's market director Malina Joseph Gilchrist, in 60 seconds flat. Next stop: Milan.
Despite his affinity for Crocs, the designer Christopher Kane isn’t interested in courting controversy, but he does enjoy pushing people’s buttons.

48 Hours With London’s Favorite Off-Beat Designer

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At Burberry's #lfw show, the brand’s second installment of its See Now, Buy Now model, the sculptural forms of the British artist Henry Moore were brought to the runway — both in the monumental bronzes that punctuated it and in the sculpted lines of the clothes.

At Burberry, an Ode to the Artist Henry Moore

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“I was thinking about my great-grandmothers,” said the designer ERDEM Moralioglu post show. “One on my mother’s side from England and one on my father’s side from Turkey, near the Syrian border. I was imagining the odd exchange that would happen if these two women had met.”

Women’s Fashion Shows: Erdem

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"For me, there’s a physical dimension of writing that’s too important; I couldn’t write directly on the computer."

A Writer’s Room: Bernard-Henri Lévy

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When he wasn’t bartending his way through Central Saint Martins, Charles Jeffrey was hosting Loverboy, a monthly club night at London’s VFDalston. He now spends most of his time being a proper men’s wear designer, though “proper” hardly describes his work.

A Cool, Genderqueer Label to Know

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“I talked to Disney and told them how much I loved ‘Fantasia’ and we ended up collaborating on a series of looks,” said Mary Katrantzou, who explained that her fashion fairytale was “less about Disney characters and more about the beautiful synergy of the movie.”

Women’s Fashion Shows: Mary Katrantzou

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For fall/winter 2017, the designer Christopher Kane​ championed a tough femininity. “I had this idea of a female factory worker in my mind,” he said backstage. “She likes sharp, hard lines and the practicality of Velcro.”

Women’s Fashion Shows: Christopher Kane

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