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Bridal Fashion Week: What We Saw at New York Bridal Fashion Week 10 Oct 5:45pm Updated Bridal Fashion Week: What We Saw at New York Bridal Fashion Week
Here is a peek at some of the latest bridal collections from top designers.
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The Cheapest Flights to Europe: A Guide 10 Oct 4:22pm Updated The Cheapest Flights to Europe: A Guide
Avoid the usual suspects and instead try one of these five alternative airlines that fly under the radar.
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10 Oct 3:50pm Updated T’s Best Images from Fashion Month
The 30 unusual, surprising pictures from the shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
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In Love With Romance Novels, but Not Their Lack of Diversity 10 Oct 3:48pm Updated In Love With Romance Novels, but Not Their Lack of Diversity
The owners of the Ripped Bodice bookstore gathered data about writers’ races, and the results confirmed what many authors and consumers already knew.
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The Best Ways to Tell the Hard Truth at Work 10 Oct 3:41pm Updated The Best Ways to Tell the Hard Truth at Work
Companies need candor from their employees, but bosses must take real steps to make clear they’re open to bad news and contrary opinions.
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Drop-down gorgeous: the new age of the earring 10 Oct 1:12pm Drop-down gorgeous: the new age of the earring
From Céline’s huge hoops to Gucci’s beetles, the earring has gone from sideshow to main event. So it’s time to up your earring game – and the bigger the better A naked earlobe now is like leaving your phone at home – an all-day type of fail. Earrings – once the garnish of an outfit – are now the main course, or make that the dessert you get to skip straight to. To be clear, we’re not talking about an inoffensive stud that would pass a dress-code test in the City. The earrings that matter now are the kind that start conversations. Get used to lobe ache as normal service. For examples of conversation earrings, you could check out the catwalk – beetles at Gucci, twig-like strands at Louis Vuitton, triangular at Céline, red and squiggly at Emporio Armani. But, crucially, they are also appearing on the front row, fashion’s petri dish of trends. Look at the catwalk and think “fantasy”. Look at the women in the front row – the ones that, in theory anyway, also have real jobs, play-date schedules and WhatsApp dinner groups to manage – and it’s that little bit more relatable.
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Wild Horses and the Inmates Who ‘Gentle’ Them 10 Oct 12:15pm Updated Wild Horses and the Inmates Who ‘Gentle’ Them
On a ranch in the high desert of Nevada, the men and the mustangs help one another.
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From WWII to Today: A Veteran and His Restored Jeep 10 Oct 11:49am Updated From WWII to Today: A Veteran and His Restored Jeep
A 91-year-old reflects on the Jeep he drove in combat and the 1942 Willys Jeep he rebuilt in his Texas shop.
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Poet Robert Pinsky on Jazz by King Pleasure 10 Oct 11:42am Poet Robert Pinsky on Jazz by King Pleasure
Robert Pinsky, the former poet laureate, recalls how a jazz song fed his dream image of Manhattan--and his love of being an artist.
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Actress Mercedes Ruehl Was Inspired by a Trunk of Hand-Me-Down Gowns 10 Oct 11:05am Updated Actress Mercedes Ruehl Was Inspired by a Trunk of Hand-Me-Down Gowns
The Oscar-winning actress had a vivid fantasy life in a series of homes; today, she lives in Manhattan and has an East Hampton, N.Y., farmhouse
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Lil Mama Instructs Us on How to Glow Up Properly 10 Oct 11:00am Lil Mama Instructs Us on How to Glow Up Properly
Sometimes the renovation of the self is an outside job. The Glow Up is the path to happiness.
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Forked tongues and tattooed eyeballs: should body modification be regulated? 10 Oct 10:42am Forked tongues and tattooed eyeballs: should body modification be regulated?
Body art parlours are springing up everywhere, but the legislation to govern what can and can’t be done is lacking, leaving some reputable artists up in arms Graham had his tongue cut in half without any anaesthetic. “It was uncomfortable, but I’m good with pain,” he says. “Some people take it better than others.” And he would know. More than a decade later, he has given lizard-like tongue snips to countless more customers as a tattoo and body modification artist. All had been well, but business is getting tricky as fear and legal confusion swirls inside Britain’s increasingly busy body art parlours. Not everyone who gets a forked tongue is as brave. An undercover investigation by BBC London this week revealed that two practitioners in the capital were
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Market Report: 8 Pairs of Exotic, Graphic Mules 10 Oct 9:47am Market Report: 8 Pairs of Exotic, Graphic Mules
The backless slipper gets updated for autumn with ornate embroidery and Moroccan-style embellishments.
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Donna Karan Wonders if Women Are Dressing for ‘Trouble’ 10 Oct 8:08am Donna Karan Wonders if Women Are Dressing for ‘Trouble’
Asked about Harvey Weinstein, the designer said: “How do we present ourselves as women? What are we asking? Are we asking for it?”
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10 Oct 7:37am Donna Karan Says Women Are Dressing for ‘Trouble’
Asked about Harvey Weinstein, the designer said: “How do we present ourselves as women? What are we asking? Are we asking for it?”
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Hervé Leroux, Creator of the Hervé Léger Bandage Dress, Dies at 60 10 Oct 5:11am Updated Hervé Leroux, Creator of the Hervé Léger Bandage Dress, Dies at 60
At the height of his fame Mr. Leroux dressed celebrities and jet-setters in his figure-hugging creations. Then he lost control of the name that had made him famous.
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Prince, Offred or a Walnut Whip? The thinking person’s style icons for autumn 10 Oct 1:00am Prince, Offred or a Walnut Whip? The thinking person’s style icons for autumn
It’s getting chilly. You probably need a new jumper. Not sure what to buy? Here are the cultural touchstones to take fashion inspiration from this season Sure,
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Big Decision to Make? Consult Our Checklist 10 Oct 12:14am Updated Big Decision to Make? Consult Our Checklist
Weighing a big decision? Here’s what experts say about when to go with your gut or your rational brain—or some combination of both.
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The Tightening Gyre 10 Oct 12:01am The Tightening Gyre
John Green’s follow-up to “The Fault in Our Stars” is tender, wise and hopeful.
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