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Smart Showers, Brainy Tubs: The Rise of the High-Tech Bathroom21m Updated Smart Showers, Brainy Tubs: The Rise of the High-Tech Bathroom
Introducing the superior bliss of a smarter shower. Plus: Up the IQ of your entire lavatory with other high-tech upgrades, from motivating toothbrushes to toilets that play your favorite tunes.
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Fashion Review: In Milan, Taking a Turn in the Spotlight57m Fashion Review: In Milan, Taking a Turn in the Spotlight
Gucci’s decision to show in Paris gave Arthur Arbesser and Jil Sander a chance to show what they could do for spring.
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Snap it up: street style at London fashion week – in pictures1h 25m Snap it up: street style at London fashion week – in pictures
While what happens on the catwalks is the headline news, what happens on the streets is the bread and butter
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Victoria Beckham Sells Her Clothes Herself3h Updated Victoria Beckham Sells Her Clothes Herself
The former Spice Girl, showing her clothing in London for the first time in 10 years of collections, ran her own cash register for the afternoon.
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Fashion Review: Marc Jacobs and the End of Fashion3h Fashion Review: Marc Jacobs and the End of Fashion
After a crazy-long wait, the designer delivered a beautiful collection. Is that still enough?
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The Castiglionis (You Know, the Marni Family) Return to Fashion5h The Castiglionis (You Know, the Marni Family) Return to Fashion
Two years ago the family left the brand they founded. Now they are introducing Plan C, a new women’s ready-to-wear brand.
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9h Updated Is the Shofar … an Instrument of Technological Disruption?
Mark Zuckerberg performed for his followers on Facebook while Marc Benioff of Salesforce (and now Time) led a live congregation in San Francisco.
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Inside Italy’s Shadow Economy10h Inside Italy’s Shadow Economy
Within a distressed labor market, thousands of low-paid home workers create luxury garments without contracts or insurance.
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The Suit is Being Radically Reinvented---With Comfort in Mind14h Updated The Suit is Being Radically Reinvented---With Comfort in Mind
Designers are pulling our work uniform out of its rut for fall, and remixing it into relaxed new permutations
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17h Modern Love: Listen: Giancarlo Esposito Reads ‘Making a Judgment on Love’
The “Breaking Bad” and “Dear White People” actor reads an essay about a dying man’s final wish and a judge's compassionate decision.
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The Designer Who References Asian Iconography and His Older Sisters’ Clubbing Phase17h The Designer Who References Asian Iconography and His Older Sisters’ Clubbing Phase
In London, A Sai Ta makes vibrantly colorful, innovative women’s wear that explores his mixed heritage.
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The Big Secret of Celebrity Wealth (Is That No One Knows Anything)17h Updated The Big Secret of Celebrity Wealth (Is That No One Knows Anything)
Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine and Chris Pratt are cumulatively worth $150 million, according to your Google results. Are they really?
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Domains: You May Be Surprised to Hear That Restoration Hardware Is Doing Great19h Domains: You May Be Surprised to Hear That Restoration Hardware Is Doing Great
Restoration Hardware seemed doomed. Now, it’s a vast and booming bricks and mortar empire. What gives?
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For Capitalism, Every Social Leap Forward Is a Marketing Opportunity20h Updated For Capitalism, Every Social Leap Forward Is a Marketing Opportunity
Brands are now racing to capture the market of young people who strive to live gender identities that fit.
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Jil Sander once again proves less is more at Milan fashion week20h Jil Sander once again proves less is more at Milan fashion week
Muted-toned minimalism with a masculine-feminine twist dominated the collection Milan fashion week began in late summer heat with the remnants of Hurricane Florence disrupting some flights. With Gucci absent from the September schedule – the Italian brand will show instead at Paris next week – the floor is open for the remaining designers to make a mark. That was the aim at Jil Sander, according to the husband and wife designers Luke and Lucie Meier, who on Wednesday showed their third collection since taking over the 50-year old-brand.
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How a $450 Million da Vinci Was Lost in America---and Later Found20h Updated How a $450 Million da Vinci Was Lost in America---and Later Found
A Louisiana family discovers that the “Salvator Mundi” painting had long hung in their home before it was reauthenticated as a Leonardo masterpiece.
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LFW: 14 shows to note21h LFW: 14 shows to note
This season’s London Fashion Week delivered newness and innovation alongside celebrated signatures – here are some of the designer brands that should be on your radar
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Profile in Style: The Exacting Eye of Akris’s Albert Kriemler21h Profile in Style: The Exacting Eye of Akris’s Albert Kriemler
He has helmed the house founded by his grandmother for 40 years. Here, he shares his many inspirations with T.
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Rites of Passage: The Abortion I Almost Forgot22h Updated Rites of Passage: The Abortion I Almost Forgot
When I found out I was pregnant at age 24, there was no decision to make. But even if it felt inconsequential at the time, I don’t take for granted that I had a choice.
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Modern Love: Tell Us Your Love Story. Just Keep It Really Short. 22h Modern Love: Tell Us Your Love Story. Just Keep It Really Short.
We’re looking for all the emotion that’s fit to print — in 100 words or fewer.
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The Sleeper Hit That Makes the Most of Screen Time24h The Sleeper Hit That Makes the Most of Screen Time
To produce the thriller “Searching,” starring John Cho, its creators needed to visualize how to transform our digital lives into something cinematic.
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Is it acceptable to laugh at Donald Trump’s mushroom?25h Is it acceptable to laugh at Donald Trump’s mushroom?
Any guilt over enjoying Stormy Daniels’s revelation should be weighed against how Trump’s policies hurt women
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Lizzo Wants to Build You Up 26h Lizzo Wants to Build You Up
“I made a commitment to feel-good music,” the artist said before a show at MoMA PS1. “I had to show my belly a lot of attention, a lot of love.”
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London fashion week: the inside scoop28h Updated London fashion week: the inside scoop
Sex, gender and rebellion were what everyone was talking about – and designers with the most to say didn’t show clothes at all My favourite part of a really good catwalk show often happens about three minutes after the last model has walked down the runway. There is the bow, the applause and then, amid the general rush for the exit, a breakaway group battles backstage (an inelegant bunfight, this bit) to pin down the designer, and record their thoughts on a swarm of iPhones. Sometimes, the chat is about Harris Tweed; sometimes it’s about David Hockney. Sometimes it’s hard to tell, in the backstage din. One time, I thought Miuccia Prada said her collection had been about democracy and another paper’s fashion editor thought she had said it was about moccasins. Could very easily have been either.
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Acid days: how tie-dye fashion went mainstream28h Acid days: how tie-dye fashion went mainstream
From 60s hippy culture to a contemporary, high-street flashback: tie-dye has been on a long, strange, neverending tripJustin Bieber
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Critical Shopper: At Round Two, There’s Always a Buyer29h Critical Shopper: At Round Two, There’s Always a Buyer
The racks at this resale outlet on the Lower East Side are packed with Supreme, Palace, BAPE and Off-White. The sneaker wall is crowded.
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Is Leopard Print Tacky or Classic? A Historical Debate31h Updated Is Leopard Print Tacky or Classic? A Historical Debate
While the pattern got a bad reputation in recent decades with ‘bad mother’ figures such as Peggy Bundy, it has quite the elegant past.
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On the scent: the best perfumes for autumn/winter 2018 – in pictures33h On the scent: the best perfumes for autumn/winter 2018 – in pictures
Fancy smelling like oranges in the Basque sun? Us too. From Louis Vuitton to Tom Ford and Chanel, this season the best scents smell like the outdoors
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