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Now and Then
What’s Real? • Modern life is getting weirder by the day. Maya Singer on the uncanny valley of our Ozempic-meets-AI era—and why connection still matters.
Stealing the Show • It’s no secret that the history of fashion is laden with cultural appropriation—but in a changed world, designers are finding thoughtful new ways to spotlight work rooted in heritage and tradition.
American Pastoral • While her contemporaries were focused on the figure, Shara Hughes uncovered new ground in landscape painting.
In the Heights • Shorter than ever before, the micro-mini bang is having a moment.
To the Max • Two new hotels in Paris embrace an all-encompassing aesthetic.
How Does Your Garden Grow? • A collaboration between Marni and Serax yields a delightfully whimsical collection.
Squaring Off • The humble mandible is actually critical to facial appeal—or so an abundance of new tools and procedures would have it. Mattie Kahn puts them to the test.
Field Work • Dior’s perfume maestro uses history to inform his new fragrance.
Lowe and Behold • At the Winterthur Museum in Delaware, the long-undersung American designer Ann Lowe gets her biggest survey yet.
Love Letters • Family and romantic affairs are at the core of fall’s best new books.
Rip It Up and Start Again • The twisted romance and punky attitude of Tom Binns are back on our radar.
Supersonic • In a colorful riot of ’90s nostalgia, four Supers—Linda, Cindy, Christy, and Naomi—talk about a new documentary on their (fabulous) lives and legacy. Sally Singer listens in.
Spirited Away • Forget—for a moment, at least—quiet luxury: Let’s have a full-throttle love affair with fall fashion at its most delightfully, and defiantly, exuberant. The hustle and bustle of Tokyo sets the scene.
The Shape of Things to Come • At New York City’s new Perelman Performing Arts Center—a creative capstone of the World Trade Center’s decades-long rebuilding—architecture and optimism find form.
The Long Run • Maryland’s governor Wes Moore is a former Rhodes Scholar and paratrooper inspiring great expectations. His message? Service will save us.
The Point of the Past • Early on, Zadie Smith became something of a reluctant poster child for multicultural Britain. Her new, historical novel excavates her country’s history. Zing Tsjeng goes along for the journey.
Good Thing Going • Once dismissed and derided, Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s Merrily We Roll Along triumphantly returns to Broadway. Revived and reinvented—or showing the heart it’s had all along?
Pure Imagination • At Glyn Cywarch, in northwestern Wales, romantic silhouettes—and a restless sense of play—meet a grand and storied setting. Yet, as Amanda Harlech writes, her family’s 400-year-old estate simply feels like home.
Mischief and Magic • In the torrid tennis romance Challengers, Josh O’Connor shows he’s a leading man of a particular stripe: sensitive, mercurial, and dreamy to the hilt.
Paris, Texas • Daniel Roseberry, the creative director of the Surrealist-rooted Maison Schiaparelli, is the toast of the couture. Nathan Heller finds that his path from the Dallas suburbs to the Place Vendôme is equally out of the ordinary.
Cloud Cover • Airy pastel eyes light a way beyond leaden makeup tutorials, and many of us are ready to brighten up, writes Arden Fanning Andrews.
Just One Thing • The perfect two-piece suit contains multitudes. Model Grace Elizabeth and family do the fashion math around the innumerable styling options of this version by Louis...