Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 24, 2017 at 09:39PM

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A fresh start to spring with light, dreamy layers. Photo by @Brett_Lloyd, styling by @jasonrider.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 24, 2017 at 01:01PM

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On a quiet block in the East 50s in Manhattan, set between a music school and a prewar apartment building, sits a discreet, Modernist marvel: Philip Johnson’s 1950 Rockefeller Guest House. One of several private New York residences the architect designed, the house is a designated historic — as well as architectural — landmark. Yet one would be forgiven for overlooking the unadorned brick-and-glass facade; the house doesn’t give up its secrets easily. The two-story building, one of Johnson’s earliest New York commissions, was built for Blanchette Ferry Hooker Rockefeller, the wife of oil scion John D. Rockefeller III, between 1949 and 1950. Here, a tour of the space, which was intended as both a showcase for her modern art collection and a space for entertaining. To learn more about this hidden architectural wonder, visit tmagazine.com. Video by Dean Kaufman (@kaufmanprojects).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 24, 2017 at 01:52AM

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From our upcoming Design issue, fashion goes supercharged, with a high-octane mix of sportswear to capture the unbridled spirit of the new season. Don’t miss the issue, out this weekend inside the @nytimes. Photo by Craig McDean (@craigmcdeanstudio), styling by @MarieAmelieSauve.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 23, 2017 at 11:21PM

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There’s a story behind everything in @SallyBreer’s Los Angeles apartment, including the apartment itself. With its high ceilings, soaring wood beams and concrete and wood floors, her place is a mix of elemental materials, metallic accents and muted earth tones. It evokes that period when the late ’70s met the early ’80s, when kilim rugs and sunken living rooms faded into marble surfaces and Art Deco-inspired touches — yet done with a startling freshness. And while design is not always a young person’s game, the 29-year-old Breer is an exception. In the last seven years, she’s become the go-to designer to a certain segment of working Hollywood — to its “successful young hustlers,” as she puts it. Learn more about Breer’s home and work in our upcoming Design issue, out inside the @nytimes this weekend. Photo by @Brigitte_Sire.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 23, 2017 at 04:53PM

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Not so long ago, an all-eggs-all-the-time restaurant was just a daydream for the married couple Sarah Schneider (@saraheschneider) and Demetri Makoulis. Today, that dream is now one of New York’s favorite breakfast spots — and lunch and dinner spots, for that matter. Since opening Egg Shop (@eggshopnyc) in August 2014, there’s been a permanent line out the door of enthusiastic — and particular — regulars. “I’ve learned that people are very specific about their preferred cooking style for eggs,” Schneider says. “It gives a glimpse into who people are and the energy they put out into the world.” And this week, the duo releases their first cookbook in partnership with the restaurant’s executive chef @NickKorbee, which includes the requisite recipes plus a complete (and humorous) guide to understanding the egg as an ingredient. They shared 10 surprising facts about the egg with us — you’ll never guess how long a chicken’s reproductive cycle is. Learn more on tmagazine.com. Photo by David Malosh (@dmalosh).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 23, 2017 at 02:11AM

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Set into the side of a boulder-strewn mountain, overlooking the point where the city of Palm Springs intersects with raw, untouched desert, sits an empty suburban ranch house clad entirely in mirrors — a kind of life-size kaleidoscope that blends landscape and sky. But instead of being an actual home, the structure is an installation called “Mirage” by the artist Doug Aitken (@dougaitkenworkshop). Here, we see a day in the life of this site-specific mirrored sculpture, erected as an element of the Desert X (@_desertx) art exhibition — currently on display through the end of April.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 22, 2017 at 10:14PM

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On the cover of our Design issue, which is out this weekend inside the @nytimes, is the home of the Danish design consultant Oliver Gustav (@studioolivergustav) — seen in the slideshow above. His #Copenhagen apartment was originally built in 1734, and today it’s listed by the government as a building of architectural significance — and is filled, thanks to Gustav, with too many shades of #gray to count. “People have described my work as ‘dunkel'” — which translates to “dark” or “murky” — “but I think it’s more playful,” says Gustav, whose sparkling blue eyes and broad smile are warm and welcoming — more “#hyggeligt,” you could say, the Danish word for “cozy” that has recently gained traction outside of #Scandinavia. He says his grandfather, a blacksmith who “had a beautiful sense of nothing,” influenced his sensibility. But Gustav’s rooms, though spare, are hardly minimalist. Learn more about the designer and his space on tmagazine.com, and don’t miss our #Design issue on newsstands this weekend. Photos by @HenryBourne.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 22, 2017 at 07:54PM

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On rings, bracelets and necklaces, organic pearls from @Mizuki_Jewelry, @Celine, Mikimoto (@official_mikimoto) and more make a boldly idiosyncratic statement. Photos by @IlariaOrsini, styling by @HaideeFindlayLevin.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 22, 2017 at 02:20PM

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Meet @Blaze_Milano, a bespoke line of women’s blazers from a trio of former Italian fashion editors, with designs inspired by their childhood memories. Co-founders @Delfina_Pinardi, Sole Torlonia (@sunshine_torlonia) and Corrada Rodriguez D’Acri (@corrada__), seen here at Rodriguez D’Acri’s family home in Sicily, initially sold their wares to friends through trunk shows in 2014. Today, the line has an international cult of gamine followers, including the likes of Tania de Rothschild, Charlotte Casiraghi and @CarolinedeMaigret. The jackets, which come in five streamlined styles and are hand-stitched in #Milan, can be bought off-the-rack or ordered as couture. To learn more, don’t miss our #Design issue on newsstands inside the @nytimes this weekend. Photo by @federicociamei.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 22, 2017 at 12:33AM

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What makes a creative couple successful? For the Oslo-based pair Alessandro D’Orazio and Jannicke Kravkik, it’s a productive friction that allows a pair to create something together that neither could have dreamed up alone. And it’s available for purchase — sort of. From D’Orazio, a bushy-bearded Italian, and Krakvik, a strawberry-blond Norwegian, comes @Kollektedby, their store in #Oslo’s hip #design district of Grunerlokka. The space, opened in partnership with the Danish homeware brand Frama (@framacph), features exquisite furniture and objects from near and far — and feels more like a home than a store. While Krakvik is reluctant to define their aesthetic as a couple, she admits it’s certainly a product of provenance. “Subconsciously, we’re probably a blend of #Italian and #Scandinavian styles,” she says. “Italians tend to have a larger perspective in terms of color and architecture. In Scandinavia, we’re more minimalistic and cozy. So we try to bring together the best of both.” Here, a photo of their apartment in the city’s old town, which features an aesthetic similar to the one found in their shop. Photo by @larspetterpettersen.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 21, 2017 at 02:19AM

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Spring is in the air, and beautifully so with the recently-opened “Jardins” at Paris’s Grand Palais. The exhibit is inspired by the philosopher Michel Foucault — who once said that “the garden is the smallest part of the world and the whole world at the same time” — and focuses on art and gardens through the ages, with instances ranging from ancient and medieval times to current day. Included in the show is a site-specific grotto, and accompanying fountain, from the French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel (@othoniel_studio), made from his signature glass bricks. “My role as an artist is to enchant,” says Othoniel. “The marvelous and the poetic are so important in today’s world.” Photo by Jean-Michel Othoniel (@othoniel_studio).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 20, 2017 at 10:06PM

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At this week’s @ArtBasel Hong Kong, the New York-based artist @Cj_Hendry will debut her show “Complimentary Colors,” which features drawings made with wax colored pencils that look deceivingly three-dimensional. The artist, who has always used black pen to create works that depict the likes of Chanel (@chanelofficial) bags and pairs of sneakers, is taking a jump headfirst into the world of color, and collaborating with Christian Louboutin (@louboutinworld) in the process. Here, a video of the artist at work, plus several images of finished work.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 20, 2017 at 03:58PM

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Spring has officially arrived, and graphic (and vaguely Mod) patterns are here to usher in the (long-awaited) season. Photo by Axel Filip Lindahl (@axelpippo), styling by Elodie David-Touboul.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 19, 2017 at 07:58PM

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Whether for @Balenciaga’s Tokyo showroom, the @FourSeasons Surf Club residences in Miami or a ski resort in Courchevel, the Parisian designer and architect Joseph Dirand has always been faced with boundaries — guidelines, opening dates, budgets and so on. But when he was given carte blanche to design a client’s lavish apartment on Paris’s famed Avenue Montaigne, that all changed. Swipe through the photos above to see more of this stunning space, and read about the dream apartment Dirand designed — for someone else — on tmagazine.com. Photos by Martin Morrell (@_martin_morrell).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 19, 2017 at 12:29AM

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An unexpected finish or material transforms the utilitarian into something exceptional. Here, a graphic take on terrazzo. For more sleek upgrades on everyday design objects, visit tmagazine.com. Photo by @AnthonyCotsifas, styling by Theresa Rivera (@theresariveradesign).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 18, 2017 at 03:32PM

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For the young architect and designer @FabrizioCasiraghi, it took two years to collect and create objects for one perfectly eclectic space — a Venetian pied-a-terre owned by Casiraghi’s agent, Julien Desselle. This small one-bedroom in the city’s Dorsoduro area is in a building that had once been a fisherman’s lodging, and was purchased by Desselle, who normally lives in a stark white space in Paris, as a retreat. He insisted that Casiraghi think hard about the project — and so the designer set off on his two-year odyssey. To see more of the finished product, visit tmagazine.com. Photo by Danilo Scarpati.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 18, 2017 at 01:48AM

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This week on T: a conversation with the fashion designer @Jonathan.Anderson and the Turner-nominated artist Anthea Hamilton, before Anderson’s curatorial debut, “Disobedient Bodies,” opens at West Yorkshire’s @HepworthWakefield this weekend. The exhibition is in close proximity to ““Anthea Hamilton Reimagines Kettle’s Yard,” where Hamilton explores early British Modernist works from the Kettle’s Yard house — an art gallery and onetime home of the influential late collector Jim Ede in Cambridge, England. The two first met in 2015 when he commissioned her to create a trio of works as part of a @LoeweFoundation project, and earlier this week, they sat down to discuss art, fashion and the similarities that bring these two together. To learn more, visit tmagazine.com. Photo by Mel Yates.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 17, 2017 at 09:18PM

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From our upcoming #Design issue, a piece on young designers who are redefining ugly. One of those emerging talents: @MishaKahn, who has classified his aesthetic as “uncomfortable.” Kahn, 27, is “always wondering if some level of visual chaos, a bit of frenzy and entanglement, can match our sort of spastic, chaotic minds and result in calmness.” In his Bushwick studio, which he has described as a “weird, psychedelic jungle,” clear bins hold the makings of future projects, such as rubber bits of refuse warped by prolonged time in the ocean or plastic pellets cadged from the bag factory down the street. “Being surrounded by crap and clutter,” he says, “tells the story of your life.” To learn more about this group of artists, visit tmagazine.com. Photo by @SeanDonnola.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 17, 2017 at 06:15PM

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David Adjaye (@adjaye_visual_sketchbook), the Ghanaian-British architect who will be knighted by Queen Elizabeth II this year and whose current projects include the new @StudioMuseum in Harlem, is the subject of T’s latest Illustrated Interview, by @gabedoppelt. Video by @jonathanaeden.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 17, 2017 at 01:23AM

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First seen on the Lanvin (@lanvinofficial) spring/summer 2017 runway, graphic plimsoll sneakers with colorful socks usher in a light feeling for spring. Here, a pairing that packs a punch — especially when worn with dark, tailored clothes. Photo by Clement Pascal (@cgbp), styling by Alex Tudela (@alex2dela).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 16, 2017 at 09:47PM

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In the town of Mohacs, Hungary, there are a few ways to fend one’s self from winter: horned masks, sheepskin coats and pitchforks. Forget ordinary parkas and snow boots, at least during the six-day-long #Busojaras Festival, which is rooted in the local Sokci community, an ethnographic group of mostly Croatian Slavs. According to legend, when the Ottomans occupied #Hungary in the 16th century, the displaced townspeople met an old Sokci man who promised that they’d soon return to their homes, and told them to carve masks and prepare for battle. When the masked, sheepskin-clad townspeople reappeared in the midst of a winter storm, the Ottomans thought they were facing demons — and fled before sunrise. As a result, Busojaras has come to symbolize a way to scare away winter itself, and continues to be celebrated every year on the Tuesday before Lent. Swipe through the photos above to see these elaborate costumes, and visit tmagazine.com to learn more. Photos by @HenryBourne.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 16, 2017 at 12:26AM

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There are running shoes and hiking boots, tennis sneakers and ballet slippers. And then there are @Dansko clogs. Comfortable, supportive, ubiquitous — they are a way of life, especially for the writer @aliceagregory, who recently penned her very own ode to the shoe on tmagazine.com. She first acquired a pair for a summer waitressing job in high school, and fifteen years later she’s on her sixth pair. “I am almost never not wearing them,” she says. And apparently, she’s not alone. On T’s @Facebook page, we’ve had plenty of readers agreeing with Gregory — to quote one, “Greatest. Shoe. Ever.” To read Gregory’s piece for yourself, visit tmagazine.com. Photo by Mari Maeda and Yuji Oboshi (@yumanyc).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 15, 2017 at 07:24PM

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The city of Tucson is defined by the vast expanse of desert, rows of adobe houses and a vaguely Art Deco, sand-colored downtown. But in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains sits a house that slyly plays with local stereotypes, at once celebrating the rough-hewn appeal of Southwest #architecture and playing against it with #Modernist flourishes. The home’s owner, the Tony Award-winning set designer Scott Pask (@scottpaskstudio), may call #Manhattan’s East Village home, but after attending college in #Tucson, he fell in love with the city — and always intended to return and build a home. “There’s an abstractness to the landscape because it’s so rugged and harsh,” Pask says. “Even when I’m not here, it’s something that I think about all the time.” To see his #Arizona abode, swipe through the photos above, and learn more at tmagazine.com. Photos by Stefan Ruiz (@stefanruizphoto).

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 14, 2017 at 07:45PM

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His name is forever linked with Memphis, but Ettore Sottsass had a big life — before and after he organized the flamboyant Milanese movement that defined 1980s #design. After #Memphis disbanded in 1987, #Sottsass dreamed up this vanity, seen here in Villa Arconati outside of Milan. While it was first introduced in 1991, the piece, which features an arched mirror frame fashioned from Alpi, a type of reconstituted wood pioneered in the 1920s, and gold-plated cylinders, is surprisingly relevant today. Photo by @FedericoCiamei.

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Fashion and Design News via NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – March 13, 2017 at 12:03AM

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Katie Stout (@ummmsmile), whose work was part of the Norwegian artist @BjarneMelgaard’s installation at the 2014 @WhitneyMuseum Biennial, believes that #design, of late, takes itself too seriously. In order to undermine it, she uses trash, found objects and common materials including paper pulp, resin and fibers to create a “haphazardly utopian” vision. For her upcoming show at R & Company (@randcompanynyc) in TriBeCa in September, she plans a room jammed with pieces from her Girl collection, including rugs and a sofa. “I want it to be really full,” she says, “like a claustrophobic sleepover.” To learn more about Stout and the young #artists redefining ugly, visit tmagazine.com. Photo by @SeanDonnola.

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