What is the Ultimate Pair of Forever Jeans?

At this point, every new jeans trend looks awful to me. I realize that I’ve entered the “classics” phase of my life and tired of chasing “the latest.” Now that I need a new pair of jeans, what style would you suggest that is the most enduring but won’t make me look frumpy? — Jackie, Seattle The fact is, we […]

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The Stylist Behind Grimes’s Futuristic Look

For last week’s Met Gala, Grimes wore a Dune-inspired reptilian dress and carried a steel sword made from a melted down AR-15 rifle. The woman who pulled the ensemble together is a stylist named Turner, a former accessories editor at Jane magazine, who has been Grimes’s stylist for six years. Raised in Alexandria, Va., Turner (she goes by her last […]

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First Came Lightning, Then Marriage

Jamie Drucker and Scott Huber met on a party bus on the way to Virginia’s Gold Cup horse race, in 2014. “A mutual friend introduced us,” Ms. Drucker said. “I looked for him on Facebook the next day and couldn’t find him. Later that day, I got a Facebook message from Scott asking me out.” Ms. Drucker and Mr. Huber, […]

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Theater Majors Unite at the Altar

It all started with a headshot. Benjamin Bratcher saw Victoria Lee’s photo when he was a junior and she was an incoming freshman at Abilene Christian University, in Texas. Both theater majors, they met at a department party in August of 2013. “He struck up a conversation with me,” Ms. Lee said. “I was instantly attracted to him. He is […]

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The Best Hydration Drinks to Help You Refuel for Any Type of Workout

Water breaks might be the last thing you’re thinking about during an intense workout session or a long-haul hiking adventure, but taking stopping for a drink can be a lot more important for your performance than just quenching your thirst. Proper hydration allows our bodies to regulate temperature, maintain joint health, and deliver critical nutrients to cells. Drinking enough water […]

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Fashion in the Shadow of 9/11

A ghostly mansion inside The Shed: Boxwood hedges and desiccated urns filled an ersatz formal garden constructed in the performance space of Hudson Yards, the elaborate real estate development built on the Far West Side of Manhattan just before Covid-19 hit and which has stood as something of an empty monument to prepandemic dreams of grandeur and greed for the […]

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Eva Longoria Knows There’s Still Work to Do

Eva Longoria, perhaps best known for her role in the TV show “Desperate Housewives,” has parlayed small-screen fame into a multipronged career. She has opened a production company, created a foundation, designed a clothing line and written a cookbook. Ms. Longoria is also a founder of a political action committee and of Poderistas, a media platform for Latinx people. And, […]

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Stars at their first Met Gala – Photos

The theme of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala isn’t the only thing that changes from year to year. As the event chairperson, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour also handpicks a new group of elite celebrities to invite to the New York City-based benefit. With no guarantee of making the coveted guest list twice, those lucky enough to score […]

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Meathead of ‘Ted Lasso’ Wanted to Play Rugby

Name: Phil Dunster Age: 29 Hometown: Northampton, England Currently Lives: A terraced house located in the Hammersmith neighborhood of London that he shares with his girlfriend, the filmmaker Ellie Heydon, and two roommates. Claim to Fame: Mr. Dunster portrays the cocky soccer player, Jamie Tartt, on the hit Apple TV+ sitcom “Ted Lasso,” which recently received 20 Emmy nominations. But […]

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