Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 12, 2017 at 05:05PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 12, 2017 at 05:05PM

Once a strictly supporting name, @doncheadle has emerged as a key player in a changing Hollywood. He is among the most prolific working artists today, and the opposite of what character actors used to be: Instead of playing types, he is hired for his ability to play no type at all, to disappear into roles completely while at the same time imbuing his performances with something memorable. Cheadle is currently at work on “Ball Street,” a comedy about 1987’s Black Monday crisis; he has also appeared in four @marvel films as Col. James “Rhodey” Rhodes, and another will be released next year. Click the link in our bio to read our story on the new generation of character actors. Story by @bilgeebiri, photo by Emiliano Granado (@quesofrito)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 12, 2017 at 01:11AM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 12, 2017 at 01:11AM

Guerrilla flower “flashes” — such as this fleeting installation of dahlias and hydrangeas arranged exclusively for T earlier this year in N.Y.C.’s West Village by Lewis Miller (@lewismillerdesign) — are taking the most evanescent of the decorative arts into places it has rarely gone. Unlike graffiti, which is meant to leave its mark on mostly urban environments for as long as possible, these installations attempt not to defy but to chronicle nature’s mutability. Photo by Nicholas Calcott (@ncott)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 11, 2017 at 09:00PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 11, 2017 at 09:00PM

#RoomOfTheDay: Inside Paris’s Balagan (@balagan_paris), a @dorotheemeilichzon-designed Mediterranean restaurant from the Experimental Group. Balagan’s multicultural menu was obvious inspiration for the sea-blue color palette, handmade tiles, mixed-ink fabrics, banquettes informed by traditional Moroccan furniture and gold #AlexanderGirard mirrors — all light and decidedly un-Parisian. Photo courtesy of @studio_letiquette
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 11, 2017 at 06:01PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 11, 2017 at 06:01PM

Keeping with the holiday-wish-list spirit, we asked T editors: What is the one tangible thing you would want this year — if time, money or accessibility were no object? From magical desert water to mink curtains, the set of answers is a marvelous mix of items from so far and wide, it’s enough to keep us dreaming until 2018. Click the link in our bio to see the T editors’ (fantasy) gift guide. Illustrations by #KonstantinKakanias
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 10, 2017 at 08:27PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 10, 2017 at 08:27PM

#RoomOfTheDay: Inside the London townhouse of the textile designer Nathalie Farman-Farma (@nathaliefarmanfarma) and her husband, Amir. In his latest book, “Haute Bohemians,” @miguelfloresvianna chronicles the lush and layered homes of the friends he has made throughout his career as an interiors editor and photographer. Tomorrow at 10 AM, Flores-Vianna joins T contributor and former editor-in-chief @deborahneedleman in conversation at the @cowtanandtout showroom in New York. Photo from “Haute Bohemians” by Miguel Flores-Vianna, 2017. Used with permission from Vendome (@vendomepress).
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 10, 2017 at 05:08PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 10, 2017 at 05:08PM

Somewhere in the world, it’s time for a dip in the pool. Here, the pool at Palazzo Margherita, Francis Ford Coppola’s luxurious hotel, set in a 19th-century palazzo 40 minutes’ drive from Matera, Italy in the town of Bernalda, his grandfather Agostino’s birthplace. Photo by @federicociamei
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 09, 2017 at 07:04PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 09, 2017 at 07:04PM

“What would a post-materialist interiors magazine be like?,” T asked readers in 2008 — the year interiors magazine Apartamento (@apartamentomagazine) printed its first issue. “Apartamento is there to capture the moment in life you start living in your own home and you want it to reflect your own personality,” the Milan-based editor Marco Velardi (@mvassociati) told the Japanese design Web-zine Shift at the time. “We will not show tidy interiors because they don’t exist outside your mum’s imagination.” In celebration of Apartamento’s 10th anniversary, we’re sharing here the cover image of the magazine’s 12th issue, the home of Swiss architects Trix and Robert Haussmann shot in 2013 by photographer @lukas_wassmann.
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 09, 2017 at 05:04PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 09, 2017 at 05:04PM

Several months ago, the artist @andreazittel opened her latest permanent site-specific work in the California desert. “Planar Pavilions” is a loose grid of 10 configurations of black-painted cinder-block walls of varying heights — some low enough to sit on, others as tall and imposing as linebackers — along a gentle slope, which calls to mind the crumbled foundations of a future civilization as well as the constellation of concrete boxes #DonaldJudd installed in the early 1980s on his own property in Marfa, Tex. Here, one of the 10 cinder-block sculptures. Click the link in our bio to see more of Zittel’s work. Photo by Stefan Ruiz (@stefanruizphoto)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 08, 2017 at 10:59PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 08, 2017 at 10:59PM

#RoomOfTheDay: An atrium that divides the public areas in the London penthouse of British television producer Ash Atalla. Designed by Faye Toogood (@t_o_o_g_o_o_d), the room has a retractable glass ceiling. Toogood turned the area beneath into a contemplative place for morning coffee by staggering five floating plaster shelves on the wall, each topped with a bonsai, with hopes that Atalla would tend to them for years to come. Photo by Tobias Harvey (@tobiasalexanderharvey)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 08, 2017 at 07:18PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 08, 2017 at 07:18PM

Happy birthday to @NickiMinaj, one of the seven cover stars from our #TGreats17 issue. Photo by @patrickdemarchelier, styling by @marieameliesauve
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 08, 2017 at 05:58PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 08, 2017 at 05:58PM

In our latest edition of The Story of a Thing, the writer Emily Spivack (@emspivack) sits down with the choreographer Bill T. Jones (@billtjonesarniezaneco) to talk about his most prized possessions: crystals from a friend. Jones and his longtime partner and collaborator, Arnie Zane, were close friends with art collector and businessman Herbert Lust. When Zane was sick from AIDS-related lymphoma, Lust gifted the couple three quartz crystals, which Jones keeps in his bedroom to this day. “I see now that these crystals could be a talisman for hope — hope for what we have now.” says Jones. Photo by Nicholas Calcott (@ncott)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 07, 2017 at 11:44PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 07, 2017 at 11:44PM

The outerwear and home goods line @maisonatia, co-founded by @chloemendel — the daughter of the fur designer @gillesmendel — departs from family tradition in that it is made entirely of faux fur. “I wanted to do something fun and young, and I thought faux fur was so cool,” she says. “It’s just another fabric. I thought, let’s get the best of the best and figure out what to do with it. I don’t think I ever looked at it as the opposite of fur.” Click the link in our bio to see images from the look book of the house’s debut collection — a line of luxury coats and a tightly edited selection of home goods and accessories that launches on Dec. 6. Photo by @masatoonoda
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 07, 2017 at 06:22PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 07, 2017 at 06:22PM

Meet Wardrobe NYC (@wardrobe.nyc), the clothing line that aims to take over your closet with simple, well-made uniforms — in either four- or eight-piece sets. The collection was born from stylist and fashion director of @vogueaustralia, @christinecentenera’s decision to design a solution to constant solicitation for fashion advice. Her sisters would wonder about a well-tailored black blazer that didn’t cost an arm and a leg; friends would inquire where to buy the best T-shirts or the simplest black trousers. “You’re always asked these questions,” she says. “And often I find it difficult to send them places that are reasonable — middle-ground but really well-made pieces.” So along with her partner of 10 years, the Australian designer Josh Goot (@josh_goot), Centenera created a simple, unimpeachable wardrobe that would work for people in many different professions, regardless of personal styles, ages and body types. Click the link in our bio to see the collection, which launches online today. Photos by @jackie_nickerson
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 07, 2017 at 04:23PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 07, 2017 at 04:23PM

In their book, “The Authentics,” the former interiors editor Dara Caponigro and the photographer Melanie Acevedo highlight the homes of creative people all over the world. Here, The Italian writer and garden designer Umberto Pasti’s home in Tangier. Photo by Melanie Acevedo. #RoomOfTheDay
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 06, 2017 at 08:33PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 06, 2017 at 08:33PM

At the Time for Oatmeal booth that art world maven @lizswig curated for this week’s @designmiami, the prosaic grain gets a high-design treatment. It was a bout with the flu that Swig thinking about oatmeal. “Doctors prescribe it, spas give it to you, babies eat it,” she says. Visitors will have the chance to sample special recipes and view terra cotta and cast-bronze bowls made by the Brazilian design duo Fernando and Humberto Campana. As for the oatmeal itself: @bonappetitmag editor at large Christine Muhlke (@xtinem) and Marissa Lippert (@marissalippert), who founded the West Village-based cafe Nourish Kitchen + Table (@nourishkitchentable), have come up with seven recipes, from sweet to savory, which will be available at different times of day. Photo by @jiaxiandzhe
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 06, 2017 at 07:19PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 06, 2017 at 07:19PM

Ask Maureen Doherty (@eggmaureen), founder and owner of Egg (@eggtrading), the 23-year-old cult clothing shop in London, to describe the philosophy behind her boutique and the clothes she sells there, and she’ll tell you that she’s “not a designer” but “a shopkeeper.” However she labels herself, the 65-year-old is deeply respected among independent designers.
Here, Egg loyalists wearing their own pieces from the label: the architect and interior designer @zoechaneayrs with her daughter Max Lila Rose, and chef @skyegyngell of Spring restaurant (@spring_ldn) at her home in London. Photos by Tom Johnson (@tomjohnsonstudio)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 06, 2017 at 01:24AM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 06, 2017 at 01:24AM

The artist Henry Taylor (@chinatowntaylor) in his Los Angeles studio, alongside the two works inspired by Jay-Z that he painted exclusively for T’s Dec. 3 Holiday issue. At left, “Go Next Door and Ask Michelle’s Momma Mrs Robinson If I Can Borrow 20 Dollars Til Next Week?” (2017), and at right, “I Am a Man” (2017), which appears on T’s cover. Click the link in our bio to see photos from our studio visit with the artist. Photo by @lizkuball
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 05, 2017 at 07:31PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 05, 2017 at 07:31PM

Congratulations to Michael Halpern, winner of the British fashion award for emerging talent. Here, the designer in his East London studio, surrounded by his glitter-encrusted MA collection that he presented at Central Saint Martins — which won him the attention of everyone from @Beyoncé to @donatella_versace. Click the link in our bio to get to know Michael Halpern. Photo by Sophie Green (@sophiegreenstudio)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 05, 2017 at 04:51PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 05, 2017 at 04:51PM

#RoomOfTheDay: In the living room of Jenna Lyons’s SoHo loft, designed in collaboration with Gray Davis of @meyerdavis, a vintage #MiloBaughman sofa covered in Pierre Frey (@lamaisonpierrefrey) velvet, a Paul McCobb (@paul_mccobb_design) coffee table with a custom marble top, a @dimorestudio folding screen with @Hermès fabric and a #CyTwombly work on paper. Photo by Simon Watson (@simonpwatson)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 04, 2017 at 11:01PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 04, 2017 at 11:01PM

Two gowns imagined by Academy Award-winning costume designer Mark Bridges for ‘‘Phantom Thread,’ Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film inspired by 1950s English couturiers. The costume designs not only clothe the visually sumptuous film’s characters, but create the aesthetic of an imaginary fashion label called The House of Woodcock, whose namesake, Reynolds Woodcock, is played by Daniel Day-Lewis in what is said to be his last performance. All House of Woodcock gowns shown in the film were made using couture methods, beginning with a toile model of each dress cut in simple fabric to serve as a pattern for the finished garment. Photo by @charlieschuck, set design by Anthony Bianco
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 04, 2017 at 08:02PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 04, 2017 at 08:02PM

Happy birthday to Jay-Z, the cover star of our Holiday issue. Here, a painting by the artist Chantal Joffe, inspired by the rapper and music mogul. “Jay-Z with Blue Ivy” (2017) was created exclusively for T by Joffe, who is well known for her tender, gestural portraits of women and children. “I couldn’t stop painting them,” the artist says of the Jay-Z and his eldest child. “There was something about the juxtaposition of their two heads that was so beautiful; I don’t paint men very often, and his face — it was like a Picasso, full of planes.” Click the link in our bio to read our Holiday issue cover story on Jay-Z. Art: © Chantal Joffe. Courtesy of Victoria Miro (@victoriamirogallery), London / Venice and Cheim and Read (@cheimread), New York.
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 04, 2017 at 05:09PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 04, 2017 at 05:09PM

A sleepwear line is a natural extension for L.A. brand The Elder Statesman (@theelderstatesmanofficial), which launched in 2007 with blankets and is best known for its sumptuous sweaters. Included in the collection of 18 separates — all made of cashmere and silk yarn spun at an Italian mill — are classic button-downs with notched collars and delicate contrast piping, which can be paired with matching pants or shorts, along with short nightgowns and a kimono-style robe. Greg Chait, the brand’s designer, takes a no-fuss approach to sleepwear — he still wears the same cotton scrubs his surgeon father would bring home, and hopes his own line will be just as beloved: ‘‘We want them to be something you have forever and feel good wearing at home, even if no one sees you.’’ Click the link in our bio to see more of the things T editors like right now. Photo by Dan Regan
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 04, 2017 at 01:40AM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 04, 2017 at 01:40AM

For our Holiday issue — out on newsstands inside the @nytimes today — the rapper and music mogul Jay-Z opened up to executive editor Dean Baquet about @beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ album: “It felt like she should go first, and she should share her truths with the world.” Click the link in our bio to watch the interview and read the story. Video by @bentgen
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 03, 2017 at 08:16PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 03, 2017 at 08:16PM

#RoomOfTheDay: In the shoe closet of Jenna Lyons (who you might know as the former president of @jcrew), a table by Jonathan Zawada (@zawhatthe) from Matter (@matterstore) and mohair-velvet curtains from Schumacher. “I’ve always had my closets open,” she says. “It allows me to think about ways things could be worn together that I might not necessarily think of.” Click the link in our bio to read the story and see 15 of our favorite things in Lyons’s SoHo loft. Story by Maggie Bullock, photo by Simon Watson (@simonpwatson)
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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – December 03, 2017 at 03:29PM

Fashion and Style News from tmagazine on December 03, 2017 at 03:29PM

Our Holiday issue is on newsstands today! Read a candid, in-depth interview with rapper and music mogul Jay-Z, meet the new generation of character actors in a changing Hollywood, take a trip to France’s hidden escape, Cap Ferret and more. You’ll find the whole issue online now, at the link in our bio.
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