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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Fashion & Style

At the bustling Souq Waqif in Doha, Qatar, Fahad Al Obaidly, a fashion designer, likes to wear traditional garments then add a modern twist.

Twisted Lily.
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Twisted Lily.

Critical Shopper

Notes of Orange, Apple and Brooklyn

What’s that in the air — spring? Ah, no, it’s the scents from Twisted Lily and Atelier Cologne, two new perfume shops in Brooklyn.

Slide Show: Coachella Festival Style: Predictable and Pin-Worthy

Some of our favorite, although expected, moments from the first weekend at the 2014 Coachella Music Festival.

Slide Show: MTV Movie Awards Red Carpet

At the MTV Movie Awards, guests like Lupita Nyong’o in a colorful Chanel dress and Rita Ora in a plunging neckline Barbara Casasola dress, shined on the red carpet.

An airport spa in Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
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An airport spa in Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.

The Pampered Passenger

On-the-go grooming is in high demand at airports around world, and airlines are trying to add amenities after takeoff.

Santiago Gonzalez, president of the Nancy Gonzalez brand of exotic skins bags, now is working on his own men's collection.
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Santiago Gonzalez, president of the Nancy Gonzalez brand of exotic skins bags, now is working on his own men's collection.

Santiago Gonzalez, president of the Nancy Gonzalez exotic handbags brand, now is concentrating on his own men’s accessories line.

Sunday Styles

You’ll Go Far, My Pet

Meryle Davis, a 4-month-old pup up for adoption, from the nonprofit Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue.
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Meryle Davis, a 4-month-old pup up for adoption, from the nonprofit Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue.

Being a pet parent today — nobody uses the word “owner” anymore — means cultivating manners and communication skills the way the parent of, say, a small human might.

First Person

Whose Picture Is It, Anyway?

When a child objects to a parent posting his photograph on social media, who makes the call?

Night Out With | Harvey Fierstein

A Mayor of Sorts Meets His Public

Harvey Fierstein watched a preview performance of his new play, “Casa Valentina,” then enjoyed a preopening celebration.

Valerie Macon/Getty Images

The actress Lupita Nyong’o has capitalized on her fame and gained the financial power and cachet that come with being a brand.

Dr. Mark Hyman, doctor to the Clintons, at a party for his latest book in Manhattan.
Damon Winter/The New York Times

Dr. Mark Hyman, doctor to the Clintons, at a party for his latest book in Manhattan.

As Hillary Rodham Clinton contemplates another run for the presidency, few topics receive more scrutiny than her health, turning tabloid attention to the doctor who advises her and the former president.

Warby Parker
Noted

Hasidim See Things Through a New Lens

A muckraking blog written by a former Hasidic Jew reports on a yeshiva that is barring its students from wearing certain styles of glasses.

The Curious Beauty of Berber Jewelry

An exhibition focuses on the style that sets the North African people, especially its women, apart.

Styles Q + A

Katty Kay and Claire Shipman: Learning to Dispense With the Negative

The newswomen Katty Kay and Claire Shipman’s new book, “The Confidence Code,” aims to make women more self-assured.

The Mellon Lifestyle as a Brand

Nicole Hanley Mellon and Matthew Mellon decided early on in their relationship that they would collaborate on clothing, adding to their collective history in fashion.

Introducing Corporate to Cool

Katie Longmyer, a “business artist,” introduces young artists to corporate types.

Vera to Veruschka: A Journey in Photos

Images recovered after a photographer's death show how he captured the evolution of style in the 1960s.

Arts | Long Island

Seeing Asian Cultures, Through an Indigo Lens

An array of woven textiles is a centerpiece for “Seas of Blue: Asian Indigo Dye,” one of three new exhibitions that opened last month in the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University.

In London, Museum Adds Fashion Conservation Space

The facility includes an area for public study of the Victoria and Albert Museum’s vast collection.

Thursday Styles
To produce a video of its fall 2014 show relying solely on images captured on the iPhone 5, Edun borrowed 20 smartphones. Hardly an eyebrow was raised.
Phil Knott

To produce a video of its fall 2014 show relying solely on images captured on the iPhone 5, Edun borrowed 20 smartphones. Hardly an eyebrow was raised.

The photo-sharing app has changed the way fashion is made, seen and shared.

New York Fashion Week

Interactive Feature: Front Row to Fashion

Nowfashion.com

Of the hundreds of fall 2014 collections shown during New York Fashion Week, here are the ones that left the biggest impressions on fashion editors as they headed off to the next round of shows, in Europe.

I Was Misinformed

‘I’m 5’2, but I Identify as Heidi Klum’

Facebook’s new labels for gender identification cause one to ponder the possibility of so many more.

Modern Love

What the Sea Took Away, a Daughter Restores

I wanted most to spare my daughter the realization that there would always be a black hole in the center of our lives.

Social Q’s

No Cause for Shame

Questions about the privacy of a child, and dealing with puny lies and thank-you notes.

Bill Cunningham
Evening Hours | Bring On the Greenery

Protecting the oceans, animals and art.

On the Street
Bill Cunningham | Coats Off

Bill Cunningham reporting from the first truly Spring week in New York City.

Paris.
Devon Kaylor

Paris.

Readers showed us how they stylishly tried to usher in spring weather through their clothes.

Scene City
Weddings / Celebrations

For the latest wedding announcements, Vows columns and other related articles.

Red Carpet
Interactive Graphic
The Red Carpet Project

Explore an archive of Oscar red carpet looks that spans 15 years by name, designer, color, silhouette and year.

Prefall 2014
Fashion Week
Runway Shows: Spring 2014

See the collections from New York, London, Milan and Paris.

T Magazine
T Magazine
Objects | To the Ends of the Earth

T highlights one seasonal wardrobe staple, worn two ways. This week’s pick: the ever-useful front-button sweater.

The Collection: A Fashion App for the iPad

Get complete coverage of fashion and style and the latest looks from the runway.

Booming
My Story
Enlisting Dad to Find a First Bra

At 12 and in middle school, I worried that a bra was not in my future, but my father, who had to be both mom and dad, knew best.

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Editors' Picks

The Found Art of Thank-You Notes

Where messages in an inbox look little different from spam, a tidy square in a crammed mailbox commands attention.

Intersection: Where Culture Meets Style

In the trendy Bairro Alto neighborhood of Lisbon, Rui Palma, a college student, wears a vintage look with shiny leather boots inspired by the Velvet Underground’s “Venus in Furs.”

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