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Menswear designer Martine Rose: ‘Fashion used to be for outsiders’17h Menswear designer Martine Rose: ‘Fashion used to be for outsiders’
After a decade designing clothes seen as extreme, she is now receiving the acclaim she deserves. Martine Rose talks to Alice Fisher about business, babies and Balenciaga M
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Sanele Junior Xaba: ‘I take pride in my albinism’19h Sanele Junior Xaba: ‘I take pride in my albinism’
Sanele Junior Xaba has already modelled for Adidas and appeared in GQ. It’s a long way from being bullied on the streets of Durban. Now he’s fighting for diversity in his trade, and wants to raise awareness of albinism Sanele Junior Xaba makes photographers and stylists get a little carried away. This year alone the South African model has posed naked save for a swarm of butterflies on the cover of Polish design magazine
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Easy nail art trends for winter21h Easy nail art trends for winter
Whatever your inspiration, it’s at your fingertips this season The best nail art trends are the ones that are very hard to get wrong. The Novis collection was heavily influenced by the designer’s “boyfriend’s grandparents’ vintage floral couch”, so the nail technician painted abstract flowers and leaves against a black background, giving the impression of fields seen by night from a car window, or indeed, a floral couch from the position of somebody half asleep.
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With...Susan Fowler: She’s 26, and Brought Down Uber’s C.E.O. What’s Next?23h With...Susan Fowler: She’s 26, and Brought Down Uber’s C.E.O. What’s Next?
In her first interview since the essay that started a wave of sexual-harassment revelations, Susan Fowler tells her life story and looks to the future.
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Sanele Junior Xaba wears key pieces from AW17 – in pictures27h Sanele Junior Xaba wears key pieces from AW17 – in pictures
The model and activist showcases the tonal autumnal trend on the streets of Cape Town
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The Room-Service Revolution: How Hotels Are Upping Their Game28h Updated The Room-Service Revolution: How Hotels Are Upping Their Game
In-room dining was a dying art. But the rise of celeb-chefs in hotel restaurants and food-delivery services are giving guests innovative new ways to combine gluttony and privacy.
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Futsal: Like Soccer, Only Faster28h Updated Futsal: Like Soccer, Only Faster
An executive bouncing between Washington and Chicago enjoys a high-intensity variation of the beautiful game.
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With...Susan Fowler: Uber’s Whistle-Blower Is Developing a Movie and Having a Baby37h Updated With...Susan Fowler: Uber’s Whistle-Blower Is Developing a Movie and Having a Baby
In her first interview since the essay that started a wave of sexual-harassment revelations, Susan Fowler tells her life story and looks to the future.
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High School Students Explain Why They Protest Anthems and Pledges37h Updated High School Students Explain Why They Protest Anthems and Pledges
Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit or take a knee during the national anthem exploded into a national conversation about race. Here, high school students tell us why they sit or kneel during the national anthem or the Pledge of Allegiance — or why they stand and participate.
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Dizzy Gillespie: Serious and Showy39h Dizzy Gillespie: Serious and Showy
A look back at one of the most influential trumpeters of the 20th century.
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The Look: Traveling Across Japan40h The Look: Traveling Across Japan
Hiroyuki Ito, a photographer who grew up in Tokyo, wanted to see more of his country. So he spent two months this summer documenting interesting moments.
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Confirm or Deny ... Susan Fowler41h Confirm or Deny ... Susan Fowler
The former Uber employee has deleted her account. But would she ever go back?
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Beauty: moisturisers for tattooed skin43h Beauty: moisturisers for tattooed skin
Moisturiser is necessary to keep the tattoo from cracking and flaking, but it’s important not to overdo things I just got my sixth tattoo, and it has prompted people to ask how I care for inked skin. This is no surprise, given that an estimated 40% of under-40s are now tattooed, yet this is rarely reflected in mainstream beauty writing. I have never been a slave to aftercare leaflets with any of my tattoos or piercings, but I always follow the same drill: removal of cellophane (wrapped around the new tattoo purely to protect others from plasma or blood contamination) as soon as I get home, followed by a rinse in clear, warm water (watch your water pressure: a gentle flow is ideal). I then gently smear on moisturiser, though not the petrol-derived creams commonly recommended. Many swear by
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