Here is the latest Fashion News from The New York Times.
Men’s Fashion Shows: Siki Im
A photo diary of the spring/summer 2017 collections which were presented in New York on Thursday.
T’s New Entertainment Issue: Editor’s Letter
A feature two years in the making proves some stories are worth waiting for — and poring over.
House Tour | Miles Redd
The interior designer brings T into his exuberant New York City townhouse — and spare Fire Island retreat.
Miles Redd’s Fire Island Home on a Budget
The decorator’s Ikea-filled bungalow looks nothing like his lavish interiors, which is precisely what makes it so interesting.
By Design: One Lavish Decorator’s Super Simple Beach Retreat
Miles Redd has made a career out of his love for custom flounce and flourish. So how did he end up with an Ikea-filled bungalow on Fire Island?
A New England Shop Where the Goods are Plainly Perfect
In a small cottage, the owners of Plain Goods sell understated pieces for the home — and the closet.
My Bookshelf, Myself: My 10 Favorite Books: Marianne Faithfull
The singer shares the titles she’d most want with her on a desert island.
Three’s a Trend: The Return of NoLIta’s Cool Kids
A trio of stylish downtown designers — Jane Mayle, Tracy Feith and Wendy Mullin — is back.
On Set | Natalie Portman
The actress (and cover of T’s Summer Entertainment issue) stars in a surrealist short film by Craig McDean and Masha Vasyukova.
Men’s Fashion Shows: Tommy Hilfiger
A photo diary of the spring/summer 2017 collections which were presented in New York on Wednesday.
The Emails of Natalie Portman and Jonathan Safran Foer
On the eve of two milestones — her directorial debut, his first book in a decade — the famous actress and acclaimed novelist open up their inboxes.
A Tour of Bed-Stuy with Monstah Black and Manchildblack
The choreographer/performance artist and his D.J./producer husband take T to their favorite neighborhood haunts for home décor, Senegalese food and more.
A Great Portuguese Escape
You could venture past the walls of Casa Mãe — a charming new resort, once a 19th-century estate — but you’ll want for nothing if you don’t.
Colorful Knits: The More, the Merrier
When it comes to mixing playfully hued and patterned pieces, there are no rules.
A Day in Bed-Stuy With Its Favorite Creative Couple
The performance artist Monstah Black and his D.J. husband Manchildblack take T out for home décor shopping, Senegalese food and more.
Sign of the Times: The Return of the ’90s
From slinky slip dresses to nostalgic sitcoms, the era is back with a vengeance. Again.
Men’s Fashion Shows: Tim Coppens
A photo diary of the spring/summer 2017 collections that were presented in New York on Tuesday.
Wanderlust: Africa’s Capital of Cool
With its thriving contemporary art and nightlife scenes, the Ghanaian city of Accra has become a cosmopolitan hot spot. Here’s what to do there.
A Photographer Captures Oxford University in the 1970s
Paddy Summerfield captured students at leisure — and in states of loneliness.
A Game-Changing Ping Pong Table
A luxurious upgrade you won’t want to hide in the basement.
Images That Capture the Leisure — and Loneliness — of College
On the campus of Oxford University between 1968 and 1978, the photographer Paddy Summerfield captured students at leisure — and in various states of isolation and uncertainty.
A Pop-Up for NYC Surfers — Minus the Board Shorts and Kitsch
Through Sunday, Token Surfboards is selling its grittier take on hang-ten style at a temporary shop in Chinatown.
Works of Art, Inside Mini-Fridges
The artist Brent Birnbaum’s new show at Denny Gallery includes 45 mini-fridges, stacked in 16 towers up to 10 feet tall, with unexpected interiors.
In the Air | Nautical
A closer look at fashion’s maritime moment.
Tiny, Artistic Worlds — Inside Mini-Fridges
Some of the works in Brent Birnbaum’s new show will remain behind closed doors, so to speak, until someone buys them.
The Triumphant Return of the Trench Coat
The classic silhouette is back, as big and boxy as ever.
On the Verge: Brand to Know: A Lipstick Line for Minimalists
Kosas offers just eight fuss-free colors — and not a single beigey “nude.”
Fendi’s Fall 2016 Couture Show in Rome
Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Venturini Fendi presented a fur-focused show on top of the Trevi Fountain.
How New York Artists Interpret Greek Words
Works on view in a new show at Mykonos’s Dio Horia space are paired with Greek vocabulary, from “empathy” to “eroticism.”
Fendi’s Fairytale Show at Rome’s Trevi Fountain
For its fall couture collection, titled “Legends and Fairytales,” the house suspended plexiglass panels over the famous Roman fountain.
The Greek Island That’s Becoming an Unexpected Art Destination
A group show of New York-based artists on view this summer on Mykonos marks an ambitious moment for what’s long been considered an opulent party town.
Model’s Eye View: Couture Week With Jing Wen
From the winged eyeliner at Christian Dior to a life-size Karl Lagerfeld cutout, the model and photographer shares a diary of her time in Paris exclusively with T.
My Bookshelf, Myself: My 10 Favorite Books: Jay McInerney
The writer shares the titles he’d most want with him on a desert island.
What to Know About Dior’s New Artistic Director, Maria Grazia Chiuri
The house (finally) announced today that the Italian co-designer of Valentino would succeed Raf Simons — making her the first woman ever to hold the job.
Paris Couture Week: Valentino, Maison Margiela, Jean Paul Gaultier and Viktor & Rolf
A photo diary of the fall 2016 couture shows that were presented in Paris on Wednesday.
Exquisitely Patterned Plates
Exuberant motifs inspired by Indonesian batiks, French toiles or Turkish tiles upend the boring white.
Alasdair McLellan Photographs a Famous London Skateboard Gang
For a new show opening this week at the ICA, the photographer turns his lens on London’s Palace Wayward Boys Choir.
Capturing London’s Homegrown Skateboarding Brand, in Pictures
A new exhibition honors the influence of the South London group the Palace Wayward Boys Choir.
The Photographer Capturing Downtown New York’s Single-Story Buildings — Before They’re Gone
Adam Friedberg, a 25-year resident of the East Village, has pledged to photograph every one-level building, or “low rider,” remaining in his community.
Bode Men’s Wear, Cut From Vintage Cloth
The designer Emily Adams Bode asked four friends, and not necessarily models, to try on her garments.
Edie Campbell and Christabel MacGreevy’s Patches — and the Clothes to Wear Them on
The model and illustrator, longtime friends, will launch an 85-piece limited edition collection at Dover Street Market in London this weekend.
Illustrated Interview | Seth Rogen
The actor-director, who co-wrote and co-produced the upcoming animated film “Sausage Party,” in which he also voices a wiener fighting for his life, sketched his answers at home with Sharpies.