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The books that the actress Laura Linney couldn't live without.

My 10 Favorite Books: Laura Linney

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Barry Jenkins takes us through his film "Moonlight," which takes place in Miami's Liberty City — and happens to be the same place where Jenkins grew up.
“It was frowned upon to do something that was good looking or less considered, more intuitive,” the photographer Harley Weir says. “But I don’t like the idea of coming to an art project knowing what you want — for me, I find photography a way of learning, to figure something out with an image.”

A Young Photographer’s Intimate, Dreamlike Images

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Ornate accessories perfect for your next holiday party — or your wish list.

The Peculiar Pleasure of Ornately Embellished Accessories

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An inexpensive gift for that person in your life who is always in black.

Six Minimal — and Inexpensive — All-Black Watches

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The writer and director of "Loving," Jeff Nichols, tells us why the movie's storyline, and the Virginia couple behind the landmark civil rights decision that defeated laws prohibiting interracial marriage, is something that more people need to know about. [ Nyti.ms Link ]
We head to four literary institutions in New York, New Orleans and Santa Monica — and order a round of drinks.

Drinking and Eating Like Old Writers and Artists

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A look at the robotic, futuristic looks invading the fashion world's runways.
If you count the "practice party," Ryan McGinness threw a weekly party 51 weeks in a row — and made a book about it.

One Artist Threw a Party a Week for an Entire Year

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The writer and director of "20th Century Women," Mike Mills, tells us about his film — and why Jimmy Carter's 1979 Crisis of Confidence speech had to be in the movie. [ Nyti.ms Link ]
For Karl Lagerfeld's CHANEL Métiers d’Art show, he took over the Ritz Paris — from top to bottom.

Chanel’s Ritzy Ode to Parisian Society

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When you’re behind one of the most praised new restaurants in New York City, what comes next?

Reviving an Old French Bistro, the American Way

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For Martine Syms, the word “right” is where it gets confusing.

The Phrase One Artist Lives (and Works) By

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She's been called France's Meryl Streep, and for good reason.

The Enduring Allure of Isabelle Huppert

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In this exclusive clip, TOM FORD takes us through the most chilling scene from his latest film "Nocturnal Animals," which stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams. [ Nyti.ms Link ]
The white button-down is no longer just a thing of the office.

4 Interesting New Takes on the White Shirt

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A look back at Miami's art week, and the practiced displays of hedonism that accompany it.

What You Missed at Miami Art Week

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In this hyper-documented digital age, a selection of books and art that bring lost-and-found prints to the surface.

In Books and Art, the New Life of Old Photography

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Oliver Jeffers makes a limited-edition splash at colette Paris.

At Colette, a Line of T-shirts and Toys for All Ages

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At home with Angela Missoni — and her hundreds of hands.

For the Missoni Matriarch, a Dizzying Collection of Hands

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