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Love and Duty • A year ago Rep. Jamie Raskin experienced a double blow of tragedy. He talks to Nathan Heller about healing and hope.
The One and Only • With a superlative name and a sustainable philosophy, the latest from Chanel bets big on flower power.
Fun and Games • With the Beijing Olympics about to kick off, Nathan Chen and the U.S. team are mining heavy medals.
You Be You! • The spring 2022 runways had plenty of news, but the biggest story in fashion comes from the streets: Dress for who you are—and how you want the world to be.
Hungry Women • Two new shows look at power, ambition, and riches.
Skin Is In • The latest from Charlotte Tilbury gives good face.
THE NEXT LEVEL • Squid Game made model-actor Hoyeon Jung an instant phenomenon. Monica Kim steps inside the whirlwind with the heart-on-her-sleeve megastar.
LIFE VIRGIL • The Off-White founder and Louis Vuitton artistic director, Virgil Abloh, had an influence that ranged far beyond the world of fashion.
SHORT STORIES • As a talented young coterie of models and actors spills into the streets, note their micromini dresses and sky-high skirts: This winter, less is very much more.
Fresh Air • With her raucous, vibrant, and intense work, playwright Aleshea Harris has injected vital new energy into contemporary theater. Her latest, On Sugarland, is no exception.
GROUND CONTROL • Nature, social history, and magic all combine in video artist Rachel Rose’s captivating new
Both Sides Now • Naomi Campbell and Adut Akech—seen here in their first fashion shoot together, blending new and vintage looks—have forged the kind of friendship that’s worth holding on to.
Hair Apparent • Born in the internet generation, with technical skill and style beyond his years, Evanie Frausto is redefining the culture of coif.
NO BAGGAGE • The genre-defying Bad Bunny shows off the season’s best arm candy.
Let the Games Begin • As the Winter Olympics blow in, the sporting life is on our minds. We picked some pieces to get you moving—even if you’re just running to lunch.
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