Profiles: Five different types of beauties: Isabella Rossellini and Elettra Wiedemann, Shala Monroque, China Machado, and Andrej Pejic.
Features: J.Crew's unlikely tastemaker, Louboutin and YSL clash, Barneys' new luxury bet, and more.
Trends: Scouring the runways for the season’s most distinctive looks.
Portfolio: A gallery of designers and D.J.’s, stylists and bloggers, and their native habitats.
On the Covers: Photographs by Brigitte Lacombe for New York Magazine. On Monroque: Thorin and Co. for House of Lavande diamanté necklace, at House of Lavande. On Machado: Vintage Alecca Carrano scarf at Albright Fashion Library; jewelry, her own. On Rossellini: Hugo Boss tuxedo and shirt, her own; jewelry, her own. On Wiedemann: Shirt, at Dolce & Gabbana. Styling by Kate Young (Machado, Monroque); Styling by Daphne Javitch (Pejic, Rossellini, Wiedemann); Hair By Italo Gregorio; Makeup By Fulvia Farolfi For Chanel; cosmetics for Rossellini and Wiedemann by Lancôme. Fashion assistant: Marykate Boylan.
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Andrej Pejic triumphantly walks the runway as both genders. Could this be the age of the androgynous supermodel?
How Jenna Lyons became the most unlikely of tastemakers (a word she detests).
The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister stole the show at the royal wedding. Now she’s making “common” the new posh.
But Richard Avedon did. China Machado’s many beginnings.
A brief walk through Christian Louboutin and Yves Saint Laurent's tangled legal battle.
Miuccia Prada loves Shala Monroque. Larry Gagosian does, too. The birth of a very modern kind of style icon.
Isabella Rossellini and her daughter, Elettra Wiedemann, share many things, including that they’re each the daughter of an icon.
The reinvention of a New York store.
Designers, stars, D.J.’s, stylists, acolytes—all in their natural habitats.
Almost as memorable as the designs in “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty” were the reactions they stirred.
Wall Street has finally realized it doesn’t have the slightest idea what’s going on.
The reemerging, divergent, politics of the street.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
A week in the life of a whipsawed money manager. An anonymous diary.
Big 2012 question: Can placidity win out again?
YSL’s T-strap sandal, affordable prints from West Elm, and more.
“I’ve always been a numbers person, but I also like to show my creative side.”
Shareable bikes, enviable buildings, desirable snacks.
A pair of new beer-focused restaurants offer notably good cooking.
Is there any fruit as peachy as a peach?
The street more closely associated with Jane Jacobs and Dylan Thomas is suddenly a culinary destination.
Multiple-personality beer stores take the drudgery out of stocking up.
Tired of burning bad scripts, she decides to direct a film herself—Higher Ground.
Viola Davis gives the too-soft The Help a spine.
Bernadette Peters goes from boop-a-doop to dark.
At the Skyscraper Museum, a reminder of why we keep reaching for the clouds.
The quirky mash-up of indie musicians and R&B style.
Good news for those who want their ice cream to be challenging and stimulating as well as compulsively lickable.
Readers sound off on Rupert Murdoch, Anne Sinclair, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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