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The unlikely rise of Birkenstock.
What it’s really like to be black and work in fashion.
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Kamala Harris on the Chuck Taylor effect.
Our deliberately complicated guide to The Matrix’s newfound relevance.
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Stefano Tonchi on who wants to buy W magazine.
Artists interpret the best fall looks.
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Ceramic shoes built by hand.