Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 23, 2017 at 11:56PM

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A look inside a bathroom in the Turin home of Carlo Mollino, a renowned architect — also a daredevil and private pornographer — who died in 1973. The home was Mollino’s last residence, although he never lived here. He planned it to be a project confronting death, symbolic of his own posthumous journey, as the pyramids were to the Egyptian pharaohs. Today, his lavishly decorated Casa Mollino, restored partly through acquisitions from Mollino’s living friends, is a museum. Photo by @Jackie_Nickerson.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 23, 2017 at 12:29AM

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Opening tomorrow: a show at London’s @BeetlesandHuxley gallery focused on Joel Meyerowitz’s influential street photography from the ’60s and ’70s. When he started out, color film was still dismissed by many as creatively inferior to black and white; as a self-taught photographer, he knew nothing of this prejudice, and simply followed his instincts. Here, “New York City, 1963.” Photo by Joel Meyerowitz, courtesy of @BeetlesandHuxley.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 21, 2017 at 03:30PM

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Our Travel issue — featuring a cover story on the lost mansions of India’s Chettinad region, photographed by @AnthonyCotsifas — is on newsstands inside the @nytimes today. Don’t miss it!

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 20, 2017 at 07:29PM

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The interior designer Kelly Behun (@kellybehunstudio) stumbled on the delightfully strange, skittering work of the ceramist Monty J. Mattison, who goes by the moniker Monty J, the way most discoveries happen these days: on a trip down the @Instagram rabbit hole. It took her nearly a month to find the artist behind a work she spotted on a flier for a group show, and after making contact, introduced Mattison to @DavidAlhadeff of the design store @TheFuturePerfect, who has given him his first show. Here, several mysterious-looking works by the artist. Photo by @magda.kmiecik.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 19, 2017 at 11:25PM

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For New Yorkers, occasionally escaping the city can be a vital part of maintaining sanity (especially when summer temperatures make a quick walk to the corner bodega a stifling, arduous journey) — and nearby locales provide ideal spaces to create beloved retreats. Maria McManus and Mark Gibson, an Irish-born, Manhattan-based couple, own a weekend place on a suburban-feeling block in the Ditch Plains area of Montauk, where they spend time with their two daughters. It was the structure of the house that they fell in love with, an unusual and striking double A-frame built in 1982. Upon obtaining the home, it was out with the wall-to-wall carpets and tiled hallways, and in with the whitewashed Scandinavian aesthetic that the couple favors. Here, the living room, which includes a green marble Italian coffee table, found in Paris, and vintage Paul McCobb chairs. Read more in our Travel issue, on newsstands inside the @nytimes this weekend. Photo by Blaine Davis (@blaineduh).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 19, 2017 at 02:54PM

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Historically found in simple Cape Cod cottages, splatter-painted floors (often referred to as “spatter-dashing”) are a free-spirited vestige of old fashioned summer houses. As an unusually whimsical artifact of Yankee heritage, the technique is a geeky aficionado’s dream, complete with its own fabled beginnings that still remain a bit of a mystery. Read Alexa Brazilian (@lexbrazilian)’s piece on tmagazine.com to learn more. Photo by Alpha Smoot (@alphamay), styling by Theresa Rivera (@theresariveradesign).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 19, 2017 at 12:09AM

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Robin Hood Waldkindergarten, which opened in 2005, is one of more than 1,500 waldkitas, or “forest kindergartens,” in Germany; the city of Berlin alone has about 20. You may have already guessed, but this isn’t your average preschool. For example, toys, typically disparaged at waldkitas, are replaced by the imaginative use of sticks, rocks and leaves. A 2003 Ph.D. dissertation by Peter Häfner at Heidelberg University showed that graduates of German forest kindergartens had a “clear advantage” over the graduates of regular kindergartens, performing better in cognitive and physical ability, as well as in creativity and social development. Here, a look at the average day in the life of a child at Robin Hood. Video by @MarcusGaab.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 18, 2017 at 07:06PM

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#India’s Chettinad region is full of architectural relics in various states of decaying opulence. For some inhabitants, the extravagance goes on; for others, it is a memory slipping away. Here, a formal grid of streets features mansion after looming mansion, their decorative facades partly hidden by high walls. Built between 1850 and 1950, these homes — some of which dwarf the grand cottages of Newport and the villas of Cap Ferrat — number over 15,000 throughout the region, which covers about 600 square miles, with many having more than 60 rooms spread over interiors as large as one and a half acres. Swipe through the photos above to see more from our #Travel issue cover story on residences that will make you rethink everything you know about the rambling, low-rise charm of rural India, and find it on newsstands inside the @nytimes this Sunday. Photos by @AnthonyCotsifas, produced by Dheeraj Reddy & @kamalantravels.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 18, 2017 at 02:02AM

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@AnnaSui isn’t a fashion designer who does things by half-measures. Her brand and designs, which fuse fashion with the music-saturated culture of the ’60s, has been unfurling on New York’s runways since her first wildly colorful show in 1991 — and her free-spirited clothes still serve as a riposte to anyone who claims American fashion is fixated on cold, clean minimalism. This month, an exhibition at London’s @FashionTextileMuseum opens that is as much about her work as her trippy, psychedelia-inspired world. Here, a photo of Sui with Gordon Stevenson and Steven Meisel (center) in the mid-’80s outside of the club CBGBs, taken by the late Bill Cunningham. Photo reprinted with permission from the Cunningham Estate.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 17, 2017 at 01:37PM

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In our latest shoot, the fleeting allure of summer and youth takes shape in pieces worn by real girls in Wales, including Safia, seen here. Visit tmagazine.com for more. Photo by @Jamie.Hawkesworth, styling by @MarieAmelieSauve.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 17, 2017 at 12:46AM

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T is back from the Venice Biennale, with a checklist of the 10 best things we saw — including work by @Erwin.Wurm, Tehching Hsieh, @Anne_Imhof and Mark Bradford, among many others. Here, video tours displaying their installations — swipe through the above to see them all, and visit our Instagram Story and tmagazine.com for more. Videos by Jason Schmidt (@jasonschmidtstudio).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 16, 2017 at 02:03PM

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Led by an obsession with “In Search of Lost Time,” the acclaimed filmmaker William Friedkin follows in the footsteps of Marcel Proust — making stops at his childhood lycée, former homes and favorite spots for entertaining, like the @RitzParis. In the newly renovated space on the famed Place Vendôme, the Salon Proust, seen here, pays homage to the writer, who counted the maitre d’hotel there as one of his friends (and served as a partial model for the character Aimé in the novel). Visit tmagazine.com for more. Photo by Patrick Tourneboeuf (@patricktourneboeufphotography).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 15, 2017 at 10:55PM

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For @LouisVuitton’s cruise collection, the brand’s artistic director @NicolasGhesquiere took the fashion world to the Miho Museum, a secluded I.M. Pei-designed structure about an hour outside of Kyoto, Japan. There, a collection inspired by the location as well as the designer Kansai Yamamoto (@kansai_yamamoto_official) (known for his work with David Bowie) was presented — including both old (for example, Kabuki masks) and new facets of Japanese culture, displaying Ghesquiere’s comprehensive love for Japan. Swipe above for photos from the scene. Photos by @FabianParkes.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 15, 2017 at 02:14PM

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Now on display at New York’s @DavidZwirner Gallery: a survey of the work by the late conceptual artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres, organized in part by Andrea Rosen, the artist’s longtime dealer. Early in his career, Gonzalez-Torres posed peculiar challenges to a gallerist — and even after his death from AIDS in 1996, he still does. As part of the current show, on the second floor of the gallery is a platform, on which a person comes to dance once a day, at a time of his or her choosing, in unannounced intervals to music that is not audible to anyone but the person dancing. Here, a photo of a go-go dancer taking part in the piece. Learn more about the exhibit (on display until June 24) on tmagazine.com. Photo courtesy of @AndreaRosenGal and @DavidZwirner.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 14, 2017 at 03:55PM

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The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neil.tyson) illustrates the answer to our most pressing questions in the latest edition of T’s #IllustratedInterview, by @gabedoppelt. Video by @jonathanaeden.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 13, 2017 at 05:07PM

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Like your favorite old T-shirt, timepieces with retro faces will only look better with age. Here, @Omega’s 1957 Trilogy Seamaster 300. See more on tmagazine.com. Photo by Jennifer Livingston (@livingstonjenny), styling by @HaideeFindlayLevin.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 12, 2017 at 08:17PM

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Despite being known for superficiality, #LosAngeles is indeed a reading town, and @TheLastBookstoreLA is a treasure trove for bibliophile Angelenos. Books are so plentiful at this cavernous, 22,000-square-foot temple that they have been repurposed into Instagrammable architecture. On the second floor stands a book wall with a porthole carved into it; nearby is a walk-through tunnel. And even in the wildly digital age we live in, the novelty continues to draw tourists from around the world — some of whom are even lured into purchasing a book or two. Read more about L.A.’s vintage #bookstores on tmagazine.com. Photo by Joe Leavenworth (@jleavjleav).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 11, 2017 at 11:07PM

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This week on T: six simple striped shirts for summer from @gucci, @kulestripes, @tresbien_official and more. Visit our Instagram Story to see them all. Photo by @Brett_Lloyd, styling by @JasonRider.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 11, 2017 at 02:41AM

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Once the seat of the country’s aristocracy, the Savoys, the city of #Turin still bears the impress of the family’s stiff, uncompromising dignity. Take one look at the architecture: mute, balconied 18th-century facades (each wonderfully preserved) can be found on practically every street — Friedrich Nietzsche even exclaimed “What a dignified and serious city!” on his first visit in the late 19th century. Here, a seating area inside Bar Cavour at Del Cambio, Turin’s most famous restaurant and an old haunt of both the Savoys and of Nietzsche. Visit tmagazine.com for more from our upcoming #Travel issue. Photo by @Jackie_Nickerson.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 10, 2017 at 06:38PM

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The novelist Yaa Gyasi (@heyyaahey) and the artist Toyin Ojih Odutola (@obia_thethird) — both born in Africa and raised in Huntsville, Alabama — have become two of the finest observers of race in America. With their work, these consummate artists — both Southern, West African, black — express the relativity and layeredness of their identities, while beautifully articulating this countries racial complexities, even though neither were American-born. To read Taiye Selasi (@taiye.entirely)’s piece on the two, visit tmagazine.com. Photo by Nicholas Calcott (@ncott).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 10, 2017 at 03:28AM

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Welcome home. In a new book, “Entryways of Milan,” out now from @Taschen, 144 of the city’s stunning entrances are put on display — including this one on via Pinturicchio, designed from 1959-60 by Pierluigi Requliani. The pendant lamps are by O’Luce, and the floor features round Carrara marble inlays. Photo by Delfino Sisto Legnani.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 09, 2017 at 05:22PM

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This season, belted trench coats, like this one from @Celine, result in a sleek silhouette thanks to long lines and a cinched waist. Photography by @DarioCatellani, styling by Alex Harrington (@alex_jordan_harrington).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 07, 2017 at 08:31PM

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It’s the last day to visit @friezenewyork — here, a foam and acetate curtain by @evalewitt for @viviioslo. Photo by @_sightunseen_ #friezeny

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 07, 2017 at 02:43AM

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These supersized ceramic “vases” by Anselm Reyle — pictured with a glittery painting by John Armleder — have been towering over visitors in @alminerechgallery’s booth at this weekend’s @friezenewyork fair. Photo by @_sightunseen_. #friezeny

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – May 06, 2017 at 12:37AM

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It’s Frieze weekend in New York — anyone bold enough to brave the rain and take a trip out to Randall’s Island will see presentations of contemporary art by more than 200 galleries from 30 countries, including this massive 17-foot-wide painted-rope wall hanging by Hassan Sharif for @galleryivde. Photo by @_sightunseen_. #friezeny @friezenewyork

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