Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 25, 2017 at 12:18AM

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Chef @FrancisMallmann is perhaps best known for playing with fire — and the Argentine barbecuing techniques he demonstrated on @Netflix’s docu-series @ChefsTableNetflix — at his array of South American restaurants (plus one at Miami’s @Faena Hotel). Now, he’s landed in Europe with his latest outpost at @ChateauLaCoste, a 600-acre organic winery and and open-air contemporary art park (featuring work by Louise Bourgeois and Alexander Calder, among many others) on a remote estate north of Aix-en-Provence. In his own artistic way, Mallmann sets the scene for guests to escape from their everyday lives. “It’s joy, it’s about celebration,” he says. And for a romantic meal, Mallmann’s key elements are simple: loved ones, food and wine (almost any kind will do) — and, of course, an open flame. Photo by Richard Haughton.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 23, 2017 at 10:01PM

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From @Balenciaga, the larger-than-life shopper — a bag capacious enough to fit just about everything for a quick getaway. And then some. Photo by Robert Nethery (@nerasa), styling by @MalinaJoseph.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 22, 2017 at 10:03PM

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@Donatella_Versace turned 62 a month ago. She looks 20 years younger, has the energy of a 16-year-old and according to our chief fashion correspondent @AlexanderFury, who recently spent 48 hours with the designer, is generally fabulous. Visit tmagazine.com to witness the force of nature that is Donatella, who, 20 years after her brother Gianni’s death, continues to keep the world of @Versace_Official spinning. (In six-inch platform heels, to boot.) Photo by @FedericoCiamei.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 22, 2017 at 01:57AM

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In the final hours before his spring/summer 2018 men’s show for @AMIParis, the designer Alexandre Mattiussi takes a more analog route to capture the moment. #TNightBefore

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 21, 2017 at 03:12PM

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The first day of #summer has arrived! Here, “Sunburn in Naples,” a 2010 work — and a fitting shot for the longest day of the year — by the photographer @BreaSouders, whose Surrealist images are inspired by the work of Man Ray.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 21, 2017 at 02:47AM

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In the 15 years since the film “Amélie” made her a star, the French actress Audrey Tautou has built up a parallel practice as a photographer. Working alone and using herself as a model, Tautou has captured self-portraits that dwell on the nature of public image and constructed identity — and will go on display for the first time at next month’s @rencontresarles photography festival. As for how it will be received on so public and high-minded a platform as #Arles, she shrugs. “I’m very used to presenting things to the audience, so I know that as soon as you give something, it doesn’t belong to you any more.” To see more of her work, visit tmagazine.com. Photo by Audrey Tautou.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 20, 2017 at 07:19PM

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“Say what you will, but avocado toast isn’t going anywhere,” says @KacieCarter, the chef and co-owner of @HoneyHi in Los Angeles of the dish that’s become nearly ubiquitous. “It’s up to us as chefs to figure out how to make the experience even more exciting and fun.” Here, eight elevated examples from Go Get Em Tiger (@ggetla), @TheRoseVenice, @JonandVinnyDelivery, @SqirlLA and more. See them all on tmagazine.com. Photos by @JuliaStotz.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 20, 2017 at 02:30AM

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The sophomore show from Guillaume Meilland, Salvatore @Ferragamo’s men’s creative director, focused on resolute classicism — classic coating, classic shirting, the classic desert boot and classic ideas of masculinity. To see more of @AlexanderFury’s highlights from #Milan men’s fashion week (short shorts at @Prada, “a homecoming” at @versace_official and more), visit our Instagram Story and tmagazine.com. Photo by Clara Vannucci.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 19, 2017 at 11:30PM

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The avant-garde structures in Karuizawa, Japan, mostly designed by Japanese architects, are as humble as they are jaw-dropping. The architect Ryue Nishizawa was commissioned to build this museum that would house works by Hiroshi Senju — an artist whose monumental waterfall paintings adorn many Japanese public buildings. Photo by @MikaelOlsson_.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 19, 2017 at 03:16AM

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“An incredibly iconic image,” says Julia @Turshen of this 1964 Harold Edgerton photo. “It’s hard to think about photos of food without Edgerton’s bullet series.” (This weekend, we’re sharing some of Julia @Turshen’s favorites from “Feast for the Eyes,” a new book of food photos from the author @SusanBright and the editor Denise Wolff (@wolffdee). For more, visit our Instagram Story.) Photo courtesy of @MITMuseum.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 18, 2017 at 11:30PM

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“The photographer Weegee helps introduce context to food,” says Julia @Turshen of this 1940 photo. “The subject consuming the spaghetti is just as important as the spaghetti itself.” (This weekend, we’re sharing some of Julia @Turshen’s favorites from “Feast for the Eyes,” a new book of food photos from the author @SusanBright and the editor Denise Wolff (@wolffdee).) Photo courtesy of @StevenKasherGallery.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 18, 2017 at 08:30PM

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Another favorite from Julia @Turshen: Martin Parr’s 2000 photo titled “West Bay, England.” To Denise Wolff’s delight, “Even the sea gulls love fish and chips.” (This weekend, we’re sharing some of Julia @Turshen’s favorites from “Feast for the Eyes,” a new book of food photos from the author @SusanBright and the editor Denise Wolff (@wolffdee).) Photo by Martin Parr (@MartinParrStudio)/@magnumphotos.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 18, 2017 at 03:52PM

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Here, three Gourmet magazine covers from the early ’80s — swipe from right to left to see them all. “They conveyed something where not only did I want to eat what was depicted, I also wanted the lifestyle that went with it. I wanted everything in it,” says Wolff. (This weekend, we’re sharing some of Julia @Turshen’s favorites from “Feast for the Eyes,” a new book of food photos from the author @SusanBright and the editor Denise Wolff (@wolffdee).) Photos by Ronny Jaques (1 & 2) and Lans Christensen (3).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 18, 2017 at 01:55AM

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“For the British Nigerian artist Rotimi Fani-Kayode, food is not just something to eat,” says Julia @Turshen. “Seeing food depicted in fine-art photography helps us grasp just how symbolic and ritualistic food can be.” (This weekend, we’re sharing some of Julia @Turshen’s favorites from “Feast for the Eyes,” a new book of food photos from the author @SusanBright and the editor Denise Wolff (@wolffdee).) Photo courtesy of @AutographABP.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 17, 2017 at 08:34PM

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Here, a 1940s styled food photo from McCall’s magazine. “There’s so much about this image that is so artificial and processed,” says Turshen, “but also wonderfully beautiful and precise.” (This weekend, we’re sharing some of Julia @Turshen’s favorites from “Feast for the Eyes,” a new book of food photos from the author @SusanBright and the editor Denise Wolff (@wolffdee).) Photo courtesy of George @EastmanMuseum.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 17, 2017 at 02:46PM

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This weekend, we’ll be posting photos from “Feast for the Eyes,” a book of food photography from the author @SusanBright and the editor Denise Wolff (@wolffdee) that was released earlier this week. The cookbook author Julia @Turshen picked some of her favorites — including this one: “Self Portrait with Fried Eggs” by Sarah Lucas. “This iconic image from Sarah Lucas is at once so loaded and also so light,” says Turshen, and Wolff points out how flexible food can be, and that “it can be funny and subversive at the same time.” Photo courtesy of @SadieColesHQ.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 17, 2017 at 02:21AM

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Ask women’s wear designers the origin of their affair with fashion, and chances are the story turns, sooner or later, to their mothers. Less often, however, will they reference their fathers. With Father’s Day this weekend, T asked three designers to reflect on their dads — including @OlympiaLeTan, seen here with her father Pierre when she was a young girl. “I grew up watching my father draw, last minute and into the night, which is probably why I work like that too,” she says. “It was his amazing book collection that first inspired me to make my book clutches, and his illustrations are printed all over my ready-to-wear.” Visit tmagazine.com for more stories of fatherly inspiration from Le-Tan, @GabrielaHearst and @Chloe_Lonsdale.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 16, 2017 at 08:43PM

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From the pro-skateboarder @Ed.Templeton comes a collection of black-and-white shots that capture youth in their most playful, carefree moments. “Being out in the streets, a lot of times in bad neighborhoods, trying to skate spots, is what gave me an eye for looking 20 paces ahead and being ready for something,” Templeton says. Many of the fleeting moments that he has captured throughout his career are loosely arranged by theme in the exhibition “Amalgamated Fragments,” on view now at New York City’s @DanzigerGallery through July 27. Visit tmagazine.com for more. Photo by @Ed.Templeton.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 16, 2017 at 12:51AM

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Marking the 10th anniversary of his namesake brand @JW_Anderson, the Irish designer @Jonathan.Anderson turned from his conceptual styles of seasons past to a simplified wardrobe lifted from his own closet. “I wanted to tackle the idea of basic, and it’s probably the most difficult exercise I’ve ever done,” he said after the show. Known for challenging avant-garde collections, this season marked a clear shift: “We need to reduce back. We need to redefine what men’s wear is.” For more photos from #PittiUomo in #Florence, visit our Instagram Story. Photo by Yu Fujiwara (@8and2).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 15, 2017 at 01:21AM

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With one foot in Paris and the other in the French countryside, the German-Danish furniture designer @GesaHansen and her fiancé, the Paris-based restaurateur @CharlesCompagnon, achieve the balance needed to create, with a growing family in tow. In the 19th-century home they bought and refurbished in the village of Courances, about an hour south of the French capital, the couple finds a whole new spectrum of inspiration that the country affords — silence for her, awe-inspiring produce for him. The house is truly a call to slow down, and expand their work beyond the big city. “You ask yourself whether you’re making the right life choices,” said Compagnon. “It’s simple happiness here.” Photo by Joann Pai (@sliceofpai).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 13, 2017 at 12:52AM

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Last week’s electoral upheaval in the United Kingdom was credited to the nation’s young people, who swarmed out in droves to vote for change. The same felt true of #London’s spring/summer 2018 men’s shows this weekend, and was also dominated by youth: a handful of precocious and talented 20- and 30-something designers showed energetic collections. Here, a look from @craig__green’s #lfwm show. For more, visit our Instagram Story. Photo by Jamie Stoker (@jamstoker).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 12, 2017 at 02:18PM

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Artful arrangements of irresistibly shiny rock candy at classic candy shops can almost be too pretty to eat — but they’re nowhere near as showstopping as a new set of sugar sculptures by Maayan Zilberman (@maayan_x). A New York artist who also crafts and sells beautiful candies shaped like seashells, watches and lipsticks (crystals, too) for her brand @SweetSabaCandy, Zilberman created these large-scale edible gemstones for “Suge,” an upcoming show at L.A.’s @FurthYashar. Each is named for the locale that inspired it (Yucatán, Iceland) and infused with the flavors and colors of those regions (Rwanda ginger for Africa, topaz for Brazil). Swipe through the photos above to see more of these mouth-watering creations. Photos by Ilan Rubin (@studioilanrubin).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 11, 2017 at 06:16PM

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With summer on the horizon, this 1940s print of watermelon, oleander and sunflowers feels ever so appropriate. The creation by the Austrian architect and designer Josef Frank stemmed from his love for botanical research, and features native plants of the South. “As far as I’m aware he never visited that part of America,” said @DennisNothdruft, who curated an exhibit at London’s @fashiontextilemuseum earlier this year. “He was often inspired by the plant life of places without necessarily visiting them.”

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 10, 2017 at 06:04PM

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Last Sunday afternoon, in the @MuseumofSex’s bar — and under the speckled glow of a half-dozen disco balls — a dancer named Dejiavu Prodigy (@dejiavuf), seen here, sauntered to the stage. It was all part of a “tea dance,” hosted by a group of Voguers led by the 54-year-old Princess Magnifique (né Bernard Prince Thomas) (@iconicprincemag7481.la_pouch__), who began voguing in the late ‘70s, and has taught the art around the world. Now, he brings his wisdom to the museum, where the dance floor is open to even the most uncoordinated members of the public tomorrow and next Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. Who’s ready to serve? Photo by @Dina_Litovsky.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – June 09, 2017 at 11:32PM

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Today on T: our editors and the casting director @Arianna_Pradarelli round up the runway’s most intriguing new faces on the men’s wear runways, just in time for the start of #LCM this weekend. Here, one of the eight: 19-year-old Eli Epperson (@twiggysplanet), who only started to model at the end of last year — and immediately caught @RafSimons’s eye. He walked for the designer’s eponymous men’s wear line in February and, shortly thereafter, as a @CalvinKlein exclusive for Simons’s inaugural show. (The Kentucky-born, Brooklyn-based model has also posed for T, seen here.) Visit tmagazine.com to learn more about Epperson and seven others to keep an eye on. Photo by Clement Pascal (@cgbp), styling by Alex Tudela (@alex2dela).

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