"New York," says British actress Rachel Weisz, who's about to become one of us, "is the only place I've been that actually looks as good as it does in movies." We return the compliment.
Fall Fashion 2002
On the opening day of Alexander McQueen's new store, the designer chats with his friend Liv Tyler about clothes, smoking, and the lure of the meatpacking district.
Chessy Rayner's adventurous personal style -- a bold mix of high and low, exuberant color, and rich detail -- is everywhere this fall. An homage to a totally New York fashion icon.
Stella McCartney arrived on the fashion scene with a famous name and unmistakable talent for flirty, feminine clothes. Now, in the second year of designing her own line, after some particularly pointed criticism, she's showing her staying power, too.
For 30 years, Vogue fashion editor Grace Coddington has been producing the shots that make designers, photographers, and models look good. With a book coming out in September, she's stepping into the spotlight herself.
On a quiet East Side Street, during a parental visit, under the nose of a private investigator, 4-year-old Griffin Guo was kidnapped by his father, a man he called China Daddy. Griffin's mom, Camille Colvin, a PricewaterhouseCoopers manager, was heartbroken -- but not surprised. She knew her marriage to a Chinese artist, and her love affair with Chinese culture, weren't going to be easy to escape from. And now, the road to getting her child back leads to Beijing and beyond.
(Semi-)unrepentant smoker Jay McInerney on why New York should remain brightly lit.
As the 9/11 anniversary nears, this year's U.S. Open is going all-American.
Shabbat by the beach: "The start of the perfect Hamptons weekend."
Hedge funds are booming -- and one P.I. is busier than ever.
With dermatologists experiencing a mini gold rush thanks to Botox, publishers are hoping to cash in, too. Afraid you'll lose face if someone spots you reading one of these new tomes? Consult our crib sheet instead.
Business reporters would have you think that big media (Vivendi, AOL Time Warner) is on its way back to normal. The truth is, it's doing worse than ever.
Andrew Cuomo is the candidate with a rationale. But what if voters don't want a rationale?
Forget about the flashy past (Microsoft, Motorola, WorldCom), and invest in the future: Coca-Cola, Colgate, and Clorox
Anna Hindmarch shoes, Puma watches, and necktie baby frocks
Scouting the counter at Ricky's with a celebrity-makeup artist
Fig as fragrance, Creed's new bath line, and BeYoga's Restorassage class
Upscale safari tours, wine tasting in Bordeaux, and Nota Bene guidebooks
Al Pacino takes on the future of Hollywood in Simone; Robin Williams misfires with One Hour Photo
Hairspray makes its exuberant way to Broadway; the Roundabout offers an unnecessarily altered Boys From Syracuse
With Cav/Pag, Glimmerglass makes a mess of one of opera's great double bills
A nostalgia-inducing Bobby Kennedy biopic traces his transformation from aristocrat to Everyman
Salsa-inspired swank at Jimmy's Downtown
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