Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 23, 2017 at 02:22PM

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Take a look inside our Culture issue, featuring a cover story on the actor and comedian Dave Chappelle shot by @InezandVinoodh. Don’t miss this issue — it’s on newsstands inside the @nytimes today!

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 22, 2017 at 06:07PM

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Over the last few years, the multidisciplinary artist @JustinBriceGuariglia has flown multiple missions with @NASA scientists on Operation IceBridge, an aerial survey of polar ice, to better understand how the planet is changing. While the size of the ice sheets is staggering, the photos and videos he captured during the mission demonstrate how fragile these natural structures truly are. To celebrate Earth Day, he’s released an app, After Ice, which allows you to visualize how high sea levels will rise in the future based on where you’re located, using @NASA data. Here, a video installation of a glacier calving in reverse from his most recent exhibit, “After Nature,” currently on display at New York’s TwoThirtyOne Projects space through mid-May. Photo by @JustinBriceGuariglia.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 22, 2017 at 04:15AM

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Expertly-designed objects you’ll use on a daily basis, delivered right on time. Photo by @AnthonyCotsifas, styling by Theresa Rivera (@theresariveradesign).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 21, 2017 at 08:58PM

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Welcome to the restaurant of London’s Chess Club, which the interior designer @FranHickman has decorated with several hundred butterfly bookplates — 257, to be exact. The walls are inspired by a trip she took last summer to the Turin apartment of the late Italian architect and artist Carlo Mollino, a space also covered in prints of the winged specimen. After Hickman discovered they came from a 1950s photography book, she ordered six copies — and the results can be seen here. “The way the butterflies have been printed has a depth and shimmer that gives them a really lively quality. The color is extraordinary,” Hickman says. “I love how they pick up the light, particularly in the evening when the space is candle-lit.” Photo by Jake Curtis (@jakecurtisphoto).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 21, 2017 at 02:42AM

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@DevHynes is a fan of the slow burn. The space the 31-year-old producer and songwriter, who performs under the name Blood Orange, inhabits is risky, unless, as he believes, he will be making art for his entire life. But others firmly believe it, too. His 2016 album, “Freetown Sound,” with its wildly diverse musical influences and searing evocation of what it means to be a black artist and person, was favorably compared to @KendrickLamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly.” And his work with archetypal female artists — from Debbie Harry to @SkyFerreira to, most notably, Solange Knowles (@saintrecords) — yields startlingly singular music. Collaboration is his comfort zone, and he’s become a sort of one-stop creative shop unto himself, adding filmmaking and choreography to his skills. Learn more about Hynes, as well as a handful of visionary artists, in our Culture issue inside the @nytimes this weekend. Photo by Emiliano Granado (@quesofrito).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 20, 2017 at 10:16PM

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The fashion designer Thom Browne (@thombrowneny) illustrates the answers to our most pressing questions for T’s latest Illustrated Interview, by @gabedoppelt. Video by @jonathanaeden.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 20, 2017 at 03:23PM

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The reclusive Hong Kong-based jeweler Wallace Chan (@wallacechanart) works more like a sculptor than a designer. Known for his monastic intensity and the intricate techniques he uses to carve stones, the 60-year-old doesn’t merely set gems; he transforms them. To learn more, pick up a copy of our upcoming Culture issue this weekend, or visit tmagazine.com. Photo by Zane Zhou (@zzane), styling by Ting Ting Qian.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 20, 2017 at 12:58AM

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“I wouldn’t sell something I couldn’t live with myself,” says @MichaelBargo, a furniture dealer and interior designer who works, in the very literal sense, from home — a one-bedroom apartment in Brooklyn Heights where nearly everything is for sale. The 34-year-old began his career decorating, which he still does from time to time, but now prefers more detail-oriented work: finding singular objects and sharing them with others — whether it’s an ormolu desk or a Noguchi lamp. He started about five years ago, by casually sourcing items for friends and clients, but now this intuitive style has become a way of life. Here, Bargo in his living room, where much of the décor — from the custom-made sofa to the Beni Ourain rug — is available for purchase. Photo by Tony Floyd (@tonyfloyd1).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 19, 2017 at 06:27PM

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Eleven years on the road doing standup has given the star of our upcoming Culture issue, Dave Chappelle, a unique empathy for the people of this country. Visit tmagazine.com to see the full video and learn more about the actor and comedian, and the path he took after unexpectedly bolting from the spotlight over a decade ago. Video by @InezandVinoodh, styling by @JasonRider.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 19, 2017 at 03:26PM

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Those who dismiss Milan as a #Brutalist concrete jungle may have simply never looked beyond the city’s closed doors. Now, its most beautiful private entries are brought to life in a beautiful architectural book called “Ingressi di Milano” (Entryways of Milan), which was painstakingly researched by the German editor @KarlKolbitz. With 144 spectacular entryways to Milanese residential buildings featured, the book’s contents run the gamut from quiet midcentury #Modernism to all-out graphic abstraction — and dispels the reputation of Milan as Italy’s “ugly city.” Photo by Paola Pansini (@paola_pansini).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 19, 2017 at 12:15AM

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The architect and designer @FabrizioCasiraghi brought together African masks, French bamboo chairs, Chinese screens and more — all in one eclectic Venetian apartment that Casiraghi’s agent, Julien Desselle, calls home in the city. Here, the living room, where 1930s Barovier&Toso crystal sconces bookend a vintage Azucena Pinacoteca sofa and an 18th-century Chinese screen. Photo by Danilo Scarpati.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 18, 2017 at 02:15PM

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Step inside Hiroshi Sugimoto’s underground chamber, an element of the Japanese artist’s Enoura Observatory complex on the eastern coast of Japan. The complex, his architectural pièce de résistance — which includes exhibition spaces, two Noh stages, a teahouse and the offices of his Odawara Art Foundation — will finally open its doors this fall after more than 10 years in the making. Sugimoto sees it as a kind of legacy, uniting the myriad art forms he has explored during his career in one place. Photo by Benjamin Hosking.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 18, 2017 at 12:26AM

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Sometimes you just need comfort food inspired by a real-life grandma, and for the past five years, @JacksWifeFreda has been there to provide just that to hungry New Yorkers. For those not able to get themselves to the pair of crowded yet cozy cafes in downtown Manhattan, don’t worry — the husband-and-wife owners Maya and Dean Jankelowitz recently published an arsenal of recipes perfectly suited to home cooks. The approachable, vibrant dishes transport a little of the neighborhood joints’ sunny brunch vibes directly to your table, wherever it may be. Here, a typical spread at the restaurant. Photo by Henry Hargreaves (@henry_hargreaves_photo).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 17, 2017 at 06:41PM

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This spring, keep sport in mind. Photo by @KarimSadli, styling by @MarieAmelieSauve.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 14, 2017 at 08:16PM

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The groundbreaking artist Taryn Simon blends sculpture, sound, architecture and performance in “An Occupation of Loss,” her provocative piece exploring the anatomy of grief. T launches a new VR film, “The Creators: Taryn Simon,” which invites you to step inside the inverted wells of Simon’s Park Avenue Armory installation, where professional mourners from around the world practice different methods of acknowledging the deceased — and the irrationality of the universe. Download the NYT VR app to watch it in virtual reality.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 12, 2017 at 02:55AM

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The 63-year-old artist Sophie Calle with her surrogate Souris. “Years ago, as I was proclaiming my lack of desire to have a child, a friend remarked that my behavior toward my cat, Souris (‘Mouse’), was that of a mother. So I decided to come full circle and give birth to my cat. I bought a fake movie prop belly and a small black-and-white stuffed animal that resembled him. The idea was to simulate pregnancy for between 62 and 67 days (the normal gestation period for cats), and then symbolically give birth to Souris. I never acted on this. The summer heat proved rather unconducive to wearing a fake belly. The winter didn’t work either; I was traveling and installing exhibitions. … While I kept delaying my pregnancy, Souris became too old. He died.” Calle is France’s most famous conceptual artist and might finally be getting the attention she deserves — in America. Her story is online now at tmagazine.com. Photo by Juergen Teller

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 11, 2017 at 10:33PM

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Cafe Clover, an early adopter of the hip-and-healthful restaurant model in New York, quickly became a fashion favorite for its organic offerings in a posh setting. And now, on the same West Village block, the cafe’s owners have opened a grocery store with a similar sensibility. At the new Clover Grocery, fresh groceries and prepared foods are ready to grab-and-go — or sit and enjoy, at the small counter. The shelves are stocked with items designed or handpicked to improve your health, or even just your mood. Alongside supplements from @moonjuiceshop are goods from other indie purveyors with cult followings, local floral bouquets from @petalbypedal — even pretty pillows from @hillhousehome. And to round out the pleasurable experience of shopping there, in place of crunchy reusable shopping bags are French marketbaskets designed by @laligne.

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

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Color-blocked scenography by Patricia Urquiola at @cassinaofficial’s 90th anniversary show in Milan this week, which explored the “future of living” through roomscapes and virtual reality experiences. Photo by @_sightunseen_

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 07, 2017 at 11:05AM

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The up-and-coming Amsterdam duo @formafantasma have filled the sprawling Spazio Krizia space with dozens of light experiments for the duration of the Milan design fair, including a series of shimmering iridescent lamps and these huge pendants, which project light down through glass lenses. Photo by @_sightunseen_

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 06, 2017 at 07:54PM

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From Milan’s Salone del Mobile week, more beautiful scenes — including this one from the historic Casa Atellani, where the Italian editor @MartinaMondadori Sartogo has curated the exhibition “Passeggiata” in collaboration with @airbnb. Photo by Tom Delavan (@tdelavan).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 06, 2017 at 01:57PM

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For the Milan furniture fair this week, the interior design/art direction duo @studiopepe_official decided to show off their skills (and their newest furnishings) by creating an entire apartment from scratch. Photo by @_sightunseen_

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 06, 2017 at 12:47AM

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This week, T celebrated Milan’s Salone del Mobile with a party at the famed Villa Necchi Campiglio, where “I Am Love” was filmed. The legendary mansion simply can’t be improved, so the designer and architect @FabrizioCasiraghi (whose work was featured in our latest #Design issue) didn’t touch it. Outside, tables and chairs were set up, and with inspiration taken from the traditional Italian dance hall, Casiraghi arranged for classic Milanese aperitifs for the designers and design enthusiasts in attendance from around the world. Here, a shot of the interior of the stunning home just before the night kicked off. Photo by @GettyImages.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 05, 2017 at 06:16PM

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Congratulations are in order for the chef @MassimoBottura — one of our 2016 #tgreats cover stars — whose Osteria Francescana restaurant in Modena, Italy took one of the top spots at today’s @theworlds50best award ceremony in Melbourne. For our 2016 #tgreats issue, he created his version of a crunchy corner piece of lasagna — and thanks to an elaborate system of microphones and soundproofing, you can hear every mouthwatering part of the process perfectly. For more on Bottura, visit tmagazine.com. Video by @yuriancarani.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 05, 2017 at 04:17PM

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The New York store and brand @mattermade is launching its latest collection in Milan this week. Pictured: chandelier by @philippemalouin, table by @zawhatthe, and pink chair by Objeti (styled with #maxlamb’s new vases for @bitossihome). Photo by @_sightunseen_.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – April 05, 2017 at 11:40AM

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This colorful cashmere blanket by Seulgi Lee is on view this week at @hermes’s must-see furniture collection launch in Milan. Photo: @_sightunseen_

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