In the form of full-length sleeves.
Photographer Amy Lombard explores the selfie-altering world of Tokyo's purikura.
Our experimental fashion shoot goes on the road.
Troy Surratt’s eyelash curler already has a waiting list.
A former pro baseball player is priced at $10/hour.
Better luck next time, Istanbul.
The shop's green curry ramen is a big deal at the original Setagaya Ward shop.
A ramen apprentice turned chef is opening this summer.
In the city that invented street style, oversize proportions help ward off winter's chill.
A sneak preview of The Cut’s weekly international street-style coverage.
Shhh, don't tell your kids.
Why can't this happen at our zoos?
A month after the tsunami.
Is leaving Japan for safer ground an act of betrayal?
Officials say tap water is once again safe for infants.
More than twice the allowable amount for infants.
Updates on the crises in Japan.
A romantically decrepit East Village theater on a Sunday night.
Japan's southern coast was hit with a 6.9 magnitude quake, but everyone seems to be okay.
The city now has the most three-star restaurants in the world.