Kelly Beeman and Susan Cianciolo Sketch the Maryam Nassir Zadeh Fitting


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Kelly Beeman and Susan Cianciolo Sketch the Maryam Nassir Zadeh Fitting
Behind the scenes with the artists — and the designer.

Rooms with a View
Three new monographs celebrate interiors of uncommon originality.

One Designer’s Fashion Week Fittings, Illustrated
Ahead of her first fashion week presentation, Maryam Nassirzadeh asked Susan Cianciolo and Kelly Beeman to sketch the hubbub.

Backstage Beauty Report: Rodarte Brings Back Youthful, D.I.Y. Headbands and Barettes
Models donned handmade hair accessories crafted with silk, chiffon, crystals and sequins — leftover from making the label’s spring 2017 collection.

Four Puzzlingly Perfect Patchwork Bags
Designers’ new takes on the timeless carryall.

The Daily Shoe: The Daily Shoe: 3.1 Phillip Lim
T plucks the best shoes right off the runway.

The Daily Bag: The Daily Bag: Thom Browne
T plucks the best bags right off the runway.

Three’s a Trend: Pinstriped Shirts, Reimagined
At Adam Selman, Band of Outsiders and Alexander Wang, the classic button-down gets an update.

The Daily Jewel: The Daily Jewel: Proenza Schouler
T plucks the best jewels right off the runway.

Fashion Week Photo Diary: Thom Browne, Jeremy Scott and Proenza Schouler
Scenes from the spring/summer 2017 collections which were presented in New York on Monday.

Contemporary Design That Upsets Our Perception of the Home
The Polish-born designer Matylda Krzykowski will soon bring her knack for sniffing out talent to Chelsea.

Trix and Robert Haussmann
Meet the eightysomething Swiss architects responsible for some of the most subversive design in the world.

By Design: These Architects, Working Into Their 80s, Should Be Famous
How is it that the brilliantly subversive work of Trix and Robert Haussmann is virtually unknown in the U.S.?

Food Matters: Highlights From the Food World’s Most Game-Changing Festival
At the annual MAD Symposium in Copenhagen, small causes continue to inspire big conversations — and change.

Willy Vanderperre’s New Show in Brooklyn
The veteran photographer opens up an exhibition that includes a wide range of his works over the course of his 20-year career.

A Cult Photographer’s Expansive New Show — With Plenty to Buy
Willy Vanderperre opens an exhibition in Brooklyn of works that span his more than 20-year career.

Backstage Beauty Report: At 3.1 Phillip Lim, Eyeliner Meets Architecture
For the designer’s spring/summer 2017 show, the makeup artist Francelle Daly created a graphic look that played on the idea of negative space.

Fashion Week Photo Diary: Victoria Beckham, Hood by Air, Sies Marjan and Opening Ceremony
Scenes from the collections that were presented in New York on Sunday.

Super Cabins
A visit to Douglas Burnham’s Northern California Modernist masterpiece, where power is in the impermanence.

The Daily Jewel: The Daily Jewel: Altuzarra
T plucks the best jewels right off the runway.

The Daily Shoe: The Daily Shoe: Sies Marjan
T plucks the best shoes right off the runway.

The Daily Bag: The Daily Bag: Victoria Beckham
T plucks the best bags right off the runway.

Home and Work: One Artist’s Long Island Home: A Meditation in White
The artist Lia Chavez lives in a minimalist’s dream.

On the Verge: Brand to Know: A Curated Line Focused on Fewer, Better Things
The designers Fanny Singer and Mariah Nielson unveil the selections in their new label, Permanent Collections.

Backstage Beauty Report: At Altuzarra, a Party-Ready Touch of Glitter
The makeup artist Tom Pecheux created a “sweaty, sexy, naughty” look — and at least one model didn’t want to take it off after the show.

A Constellation of One-Room Cabins, Embedded in the Forest
In a radically conceptual family retreat in Northern California, the architect Douglas Burnham has made temporary buildings dramatically consequential.

By Design: Five Sexy, Shaggy Chairs
The fur rug gets elevated, literally.

Ikea Forever
By upping its design but not its prices, the Swedish giant is making its ephemeral furnishings more pervasive than ever.

The Daily Jewel: The Daily Jewel: Dion Lee
T plucks the best jewels right off the runway.

The Daily Shoe: The Daily Shoe: Alexander Wang
T plucks the best shoes right off the runway.

The Daily Bag: The Daily Bag: Simon Miller
T plucks the best bags right off the runway.

Backstage Beauty Report: Beauty Q&A: Taylor Hill on Her Alexander Wang Debut
The Victoria’s Secret supermodel chatted with T about the surf-punk bobs at the designer’s spring/summer 2017 show, and her own hair and skin routine.

Fashion Week Photo Diary: Lacoste, Eckhaus Latta and Ryan Roche
Scenes from the spring/summer 2017 collections which were presented in New York on Saturday.

Fashion Week Photo Diary: Alexander Wang
Scenes from the spring/summer 2017 collection which was presented in New York on Saturday.

Fashion Week Photo Diary: Jason Wu, Monse and Tommy Hilfiger
Scenes from the collections which were presented in New York on Friday.

The Daily Bag: The Daily Bag: Jason Wu
T plucks the best bags right off the runway.

The Daily Jewel: The Daily Jewel: Chris Gelinas
T plucks the best jewels right off the runway.

The Daily Shoe: The Daily Shoe: Tanya Taylor
T plucks the best shoes right off the runway.

Kevin Amato Casts New York Fashion Week
The photographer documents his time casting several shows — and shares his images exclusively with T.

Cover Story: Brad Pitt
The actor is featured in T’s Sept. 11 Men’s Style issue.

Backstage Beauty Report: At Jason Wu, Bright Red Lips Fit for a Rave
For spring/summer 2017, the makeup artist Yadim created an energized beauty look to complement the designer’s athletic collection.

My Bookshelf, Myself: My 10 Favorite Books: Ev Williams
The Twitter co-founder shares the titles he would most want with him on a desert island.

What It’s Like to Cast a Fashion Week Show
Kevin Amato, who releases a new book of his photography this week, takes T behind the scenes of his street casting for several runway shows.

Fashion Week Photo Diary: Thakoon, Phelan and Telfar
Scenes from the collections which were presented in New York on Thursday.

An Emerging Jewelry Designer Meets Her Match
Wing Yau of the young brand WWAKE will launch a sister collection, CLOSER, at tonight’s Phelan show.

Alex Prager’s “La Grande Sortie”
The photographer opens a new show in New York this week.

One-Thing Shops: One-Thing Shop: Tinned Fish, Lisbon
The 86-year-old Conserveira de Lisboa sells over 130 types — including squid in ink, smoked octopus and a variety of fish eggs.

Karel Martens, the Dutch Master
The graphic designer shares the processes behind a few of his signature letterpress monoprints, on view starting Sunday at P! in Chinatown.

New York Fashion Week: An Oral History: The Glamour Girls
How runway models went from being underpaid mannequins to the stars of fashion week.

A Picture and a Poem: A Poet and a Photographer Imagine the Afterlife
As part of an ongoing series, the photographer Catherine Opie responded to a poem by the writer Nick Flynn.

Suzanne Koller’s “Red Lips, Attitudes and Other Obsessions.”
The super-stylist has collected the fruits of 20 years of work in a new book.

A Subversive Take on Men’s Formal Wear
As streetwear continues its advance on men’s fashion, fancier dress has become the most unexpected way to present oneself right now.

Rashid Johnson’s “Fly Away”
Inside the artist’s new show at Hauser & Wirth, including paintings, sculptures and a plant-based installation with a live pianist embedded in it.

Classic Pictures From a Stylist’s 20 Years in Fashion
“Red Lips, Attitudes and Other Obsessions,” a collection of images from Suzanne Koller’s two-decade-long career, is out this week.

Gary Perweiler’s Commercial Photos, Reimagined as Fine Art
The photographer spent the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s creating crisp, vivid images for commercial clients. For a new show, his son has recontextualized them.

In the Air | Collegiate
Back-to-school style for adults.

A Giant Art Installation With 250 Plants — and Live Jazz
Rashid Johnson’s much-anticipated new show incorporates a giant sculpture created with greenery, lights, video — and a pianist performing inside.

An Iconic Graphic Designer on His Process
Karel Martens, a legend in his native Netherlands, annotates a handful of his signature prints on the occasion of his first stateside show.

On Beauty: Naomi Campbell on Diversity in the Fashion Industry, Beauty and More
The legendary model, who is a mentor at this season’s VFiles show, spoke to T about how things have changed since she started out.

Viewfinder: The Second Life of One Photographer’s Ad Images
In a new show, Alex Perweiler resurrects — and newly contextualizes — images his father took for advertising clients in the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s.

Backstage Beauty Report: The Indie Rocker Behind Creatures of the Wind’s Fiery Red Lip
Shane Gabier said PJ Harvey “is the closest thing I have to an idol or hero.” Here’s how to get the look she inspired for the brand’s spring 2017 show.

Fashion Week Photo Diary: Rachel Comey and VFiles
Scenes from the spring/summer 2017 collections which were presented in New York on Wednesday.

A Photographer’s Haunting Fantasy of the Paris Opera Ballet
Alex Prager’s “La Grande Sortie” comprises both film and her trademark eerie crowd photographs.

The Historic Building That Presented an Intriguing Architectural Problem
The small, design-forward firm WORKac created a new penthouse on the roof of 93 Reade Street, that can’t be seen from the street.

Brad Pitt Reads Marlon James
The actor, who was interviewed by James for T’s Men’s Style issue, shares a passage from James’s novel “A Brief History of Seven Killings.”

On the Verge: The Apartment Hidden in Plain Site
The architects at WORKac were tasked with designing a penthouse that couldn’t be seen from the street. They succeeded, which is a shame: It’s pretty cool.

Five or Six Things I Didn’t Know About Brad Pitt, by Marlon James
Musings from the Man Booker-winning author after his first meeting with one of the biggest — and nicest — stars on the planet.

The Clock That Time Cannot Improve
The Cifra 3, one of the first electromechanical flip clocks, was a revelation of industrial design in the ’60s. Today, it’s coveted by collectors.

On Beauty: Fall Beauty’s Rosy Outlook
This season, makeup and personal fragrance evoke the soft pink hue of one of fashion’s favorite flowers.

This Fall, Stripes Are In (at New York Galleries, at Least)
The pattern is on trend in several new exhibitions, which just happen to open during New York Fashion Week.

Wanderlust: A Bohemian Surf Town in Bali, Where Serenity Rules
Escape the province’s bedlam with a quick pilgrimage to the artsy coastal town of Canggu. Here’s where to eat, pray and chill there.

The Bomber Jacket is the Most Versatile Fall Staple for Men
With all its masculine connotations, the style is cut for strong, unambiguous posturing this season.

The Time-Honored Duffle Coat Gets an Upgrade
Classic American brands and runway designers alike introduce variations on the toggle coat for fall.

A Morning in Chelsea with the Skate Kitchen
The stars of Crystal Moselle’s new short film for Miu Miu are six female skaters (and best friends), who took T along for a ride.

Yayoi Kusama’s “Dots Obsession — Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope”
Inside (and outside) the 87-year-old artist’s installation at Philip Johnson’s Glass House in New Canaan, Conn.

My Bookshelf, Myself: My 10 Favorite Books: John Berendt
The author shares the titles he would most want with him on a desert island.

Five Things T Editors Are Really Into Right Now
A by-no-means-exhaustive list of items we like.

Perfect Strangers | Dick Cavett & Seth Meyers
The TV legend and late-night comedian talk fashion, Snapchat and Pokémon Go.

Perfect Strangers: Perfect Strangers: When Dick Cavett Met Seth Meyers
One generation’s smartest talk show host meets another’s to discuss the rules of comedy, and how to break them.

An Icon of Modernist Architecture — Covered in Polka Dots
A new site-specific work wraps Philip Johnson’s Glass House in Connecticut in Yayoi Kusama’s signature bright spots.

By Design: Timeless Pieces for Your Home — With a Graphic Punch
Kelly Behun’s new capsule collection for Barneys will be unveiled at a gallery-like pop-up shop beginning Sept. 8.

A Day at the Park With Fashion’s Favorite Girl Skateboarders
T spent a morning with the real-life all-female crew that stars in — and inspired — Miu Miu’s latest dreamy “Women’s Tales” short film.

Never-Before-Seen Peter Lindbergh Photos
The photographer dips into his vault to share images of Kate, Madonna, Gisele and Lara, from the early ’90s and beyond.

Strange and Imaginative Dishes and Cutlery
A sampling of the carefully crafted plates, bowls and cutlery available at Jouw.

By Design: A New Shop for Artful, Imaginative Dining
An online store’s collection of unconventional designs defy the “normal rules of usability” — to encourage diners to slowly savor what they eat.

Creating Order in the Universe With Thousands of Kites
Jacob Hashimoto returns to Mary Boone Gallery with his exhibition “The First Known Map of the Moon,” opening Sept. 8.

Vintage, Unpublished Photos — and Memories — of Kate Moss and Madonna
Peter Lindbergh reflects on his four-decade career, and shares images never published before their inclusion in his weighty upcoming book.

A Contemporary Family Retreat, in an Old British Barn
The stunning restoration of a cottage in the English countryside by the antiques dealer Christopher Howe.

Illustrated Interview | Tim Burton
Cinema’s goth-quirk king has a new film, ”Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” out in September, and a recently self-published book of drawings titled ”The Napkin Art of Tim Burton.” He sketched his answers to our questions using pen, ink and watercolor.

Relaxed, Slouchy Military Looks for Fall
For men this season, the classic style gets a beatnik twist.

By Design: One Antiques Dealer’s Surprisingly Modern English Cottage
Whether restoring furniture, reviving textile arts or piecing together eclectic interiors, Christopher Howe always makes good.

Inside the Transformation of the Cartier Mansion
The photographer Laziz Hamani documented the two-and-a-half-year restoration of the jeweler’s Fifth Avenue flagship.

New Cocktails, Old Vibe: Yale’s Storied College Bar Reopens
With an assist from the former architecture director for Tiffany & Co., one alum preserved Anchor Bar’s charm — and shares a drink recipe with T.

Rugged Men’s Boots, With a Big-City Spirit
It’s time to surrender your sneakers for some striking updates on three classic styles.

Food Matters: This Is a Chef’s Chef (Not to Be Confused With a Celebrity One)
William Bradley is resolutely uncool, focused on what goes on in the kitchen — like making some of the best food in the country.

By Design: A Furniture Designer Who Incorporates Anomalies
With a new striking suite of pieces inspired by 3D-modeling software glitches, Christopher Stuart is one to watch.

Inside the Delta Supper Club
The fourth installment of the Mississippi events series brought James Beard Award winner Michelle Bernstein to the B.B. King Museum.

The Most Experimental Dinners in the Mississippi Delta
The Delta Supper Club brings celebrated chefs — most recently Michelle Bernstein — to serve locally sourced food at historical locations in the region.

A Look at Renli Su’s Fall Collection
The Chinese designer makes embroidered pieces in cream and beige colors and big silhouettes.

On the Verge: Brand to Know: A Designer Quietly Inspired by Buddhism
The Chinese designer Renli Su has built a collection around her love for big silhouettes — and “humble, quiet, subtle things.”

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