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On Pointe • Ballet gave Alice Robb a way to be a girl—a specific template of femininity. What did it mean to be a woman without it?
Making History • Creating inspired new pieces with fabrics from fashion’s past seems to be in Emily Adams Bode Aujla’s genes. Robert Sullivan takes us inside the long-awaited debut of her new women’s line.
Soak It Up • Hotels are telling us to slow down and take to the tub.
Root Cause • On the runway and the red carpet, hair color upkeep has taken a downturn. Hanna Hanra skips the salon and gets real on regrowth.
Bloom Appétit • Two new cookbooks showcase the delightful culinary range of edible flowers.
Turbo ’Tox • Often lasting twice as long as any other neurotoxin on the market, Daxxify makes its US debut.
Vision Quest • Sasha Gordon spent her formative years painting friends and classmates. Only when she turned her paintbrush on herself did she find true perspective.
Magnificent Obsession • In Mumbai, a monumental fashion exhibition charts the crosscurrents of cultural influence.
Heaven Scent • When Thierry Mugler launched Angel in 1992, the iconic fragrance broke all the rules. Thirty years later, an updated formula arrives for a new generation.
Into the Mystic • The neo-soul icon Badu has long made spiritual, theatrical, ethereal style her calling card. Finally, fashion has caught up with her.
Maximum City • Seoul is tomorrowland, teeming with models, actors, activists, and musicians who are breaking molds and leaning into what’s now and what’s next. Monica Kim takes stock of a brave new world.
TRIAL BY FIRE • After a barn-burning run on Killing Eve, Jodie Comer heads to Broadway in a piercing courtroom drama. Adam Green bears witness.
A Different Drum • Maxwell Frost, the youngest member of Congress, is marching to his own beat.
The Life Aquatic • The reinvention of a waterfront retreat in New York became an occasion to envision a miniature village—elegant and easygoing at the same time. Chloe Schama pays a visit.
Sister Act • Catering as installation art? Tableware with a sense of humor? The creations of Laila and Nadia Gohar have turned food-world self-seriousness delightfully on its head.
KING CARLOS • He’s the youngest player ever to reach number one in men’s tennis. How far will Carlos Alcaraz go?
Unfinished Business • Do you have filter fatigue? You’re not alone: This season, designers are reflecting our decidedly flawed world with perfectly imperfect pieces—which just so happen to be among their most creative (and most beautiful).
TWO OF A KIND • Dressed in spring’s most captivating accessories—from jubilant jewels to a bevy of bags and hats and statement necklaces—models and lifelong friends Lila Moss and Stella Jones paint the town.
Just One Thing • Put a pin in it—it’s the most dazzling way to add a little flourish to your look. For Adut Akech, that pin just happens to be attached to a diamond Van Cleef & Arpels brooch shaped into a garden rose.
Works in Progress • Raw hems and heavy stitchwork give spring pieces a crafty finishing touch.
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