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The Good Fight • Last year Maria Ressa won a Nobel Prize for taking on disinformation and risking imprisonment in the Philippines. Her battle for facts is far from over.
Unhidden Figures • Belgian label Ester Manas is built around body inclusivity—and a sinuous, sensual look that celebrates everyone.
Dry and High • What to drink when you’re not drinking? A mock martini? An adaptogen aperitif? A sparkling “wine”? Tamar Adler hosts a tasting to try them all.
French Exit • In a lush bookout this fall, photographer Jamie Beck shares the story behind her picture-perfect vie Provençale.
In With the Old • A former bank becomes a splendid new hotel.
Head Start • With a new product line and cosigns from fashion’s buzziest designers, Cyndia Harvey is out to reinvent the hair-care ritual.
The It Factor • A new generation of designers has reimagined the cult of the wildly covetable It bag.
Flower Power • With its first-ever water-based fragrance, Dior unveils a new J’adore to meet the moment.
By Royal Appointment • Sheila Atim is already an accomplished musician, writer, and Olivier Award–minted actor. With The Woman King, she adds 19th-century African warrior to the list.
Holding Court • Tennis great John McEnroe gets serious in a new documentary.
Simple Pleasures • As Byredo makes major makeup moves, Lucia Pica takes the reins—and rewrites the color playbook.
House Proud • In her new Milan aerie overlooking Castello Sforzesco, designer Carolina Castiglioni lets her keen eye for color run wild.
In Good Company • At Marcus Samuelsson’s new Manhattan restaurant, seafood, sustainability, and art all find common ground.
Detail Work • Behind every recent red carpet is a superstar facialist with a wait list and a radio-frequency machine that flies private. But is sculpting your way to better skin worth the hype? asks Naomi Fry.
Fit Bits • Throwback, low-resistance weights are waging a comeback thanks to a very modern makeover.
Bold Moves • Fall fiction that revels in adventure (and misadventure).
THE HARDEST THING • She wanted to say farewell to professional tennis in her own way—and in her own words. So Serena Williams sat down with Rob Haskell to compose her thoughts on being at a crossroads: between tennis and family, between her future and her past. She’s terrible at goodbyes, but this is one for the history books.
FASHION’S NEW WORLD • All is flux is the mantra now powering—and empowering—designers both established and upcoming. The result, says Maya Singer: fashion that changes everything about how we want to dress.
Well Worn • Patchwork or plain, oversized or cropped, fall’s finest jackets have all the cozy, wear-anywhere appeal of pieces passed down.
High Hopes • As Ketanji Brown Jackson begins her historic tenure on the United States Supreme Court, public defender ImeIme Umana reflects on just what the appointment means.
Going Places • Matthieu Blazy, long the man behind the scenes, takes charge at Bottega Veneta. The result, as Nathan Heller discovers, is artisanal craft taken in a new direction.
Garden Leave • After an epic search, landscape designer Miranda Brooks and architect Bastien Halard found the English house of their dreams. All they had to fix was…everything. Hamish Bowles reports.
SUPER NATURAL • After years of embodying fashion’s hard-partying ’90s, Kate Moss has had a very 21st-century wellness awakening. Now, the iconic model is hoping to become the face of healthy living.
TAKE TWO • When Thebe Magugu set out to transform a...