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Charismatic enough to inspire hysterics in even the most jaded fashionistas, he’s one of the industry’s last true megastars. What’s on the mind of the man who’s always in the middle of a stylish mob.
What one woman’s wardrobe is really worth.
Is the husband deceitful above all things?
Candidates spend donors’ dollars in the strangest places.
City makes great faux city.
Love and the smoke-filled room.
All-Yiddish indie film.
The city toyed with us last week, showing that when you live in New York, any morning can be the beginning of the day your life changes forever.
A excerpt from a play by the late Wendy Wasserstein (1950-2006).
Sean McDonald made his name as an editor by championing a memoir called A Million Little Pieces. Can he put his career back together again?
Bold lipstick, a heavy-duty duffel bag, Parisian chocolates, and other hot buys.
Gilles Delaine of Versace.
Store openings this week.
"I always wear my tinted glasses."
It’s glitz overload at Mario Batali’s Del Posto
Week of Feb. 6, 2006: The Dining Room at Country, Noodle Bar, Cellar 72, and Hanco's.
Is it the real or discount David Burke at Bloomie's?
A spaghettini al limone recipe from an Il Valentino chef.
Compiling a list of New York restaurants’ best chocolate desserts for Valentine’s Day might seem like a piece of cake. But as we discovered on our ganache-noshing Valrhona voyage, it’s tougher than it looks.
Do-gooder groups with townhouse headquarters are cashing out with the best intentions.
How a plumber named Ziggy went from bankruptcy to $2 million in real-estate holdings in half a decade.
Why should a dress cost more than a car?
The Culture Pages
Julianne Moore continues to delight audiences and disappoint tabloids.
Neil Young is subdued in a great Jonathan Demme concert documentary.
Now that the Oscar nominations have been announced, we can start grappling with the real puzzler: Is Jon Stewart going to blow?
At Rabbit Hole, one might ask: What’s the point of a play that strives for realism?
Can real estate inspire great art?
The WB and UPN had the right idea at the wrong time.
A recurring guide to which shows are on the rise and which are about to crash.
A new exhibit does justice to David Smith’s powerfully interconnected body of work.
In photographer Tim Davis' latest series, “Illilluminations,” light doesn’t reveal so much as strip, desensitize, and ultimately obscure.
Arctic Monkeys are un-self-conscious enough to make derivative Britrock sound good.
A new but still superlative direction for the Berlin Philharmonic.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
Sirius isn’t going to be the behemoth Wall Street thinks.
How to build a financially potent, politically incorrect portfolio.
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