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The inventor of the water bed is reprising and updating it for a Casper world.
Formally known as 'Pantone 16-1546,' the pinkish hue is 'effervescent' and 'convivial.
On this week's podcast, the actor tells the story of one man's venture into elderly parenthood.
Fifteen ideas for the most discerning woman on your list (even if it's you).
Parties were held for the film Paris to Pittsburgh, Marc Jacobs's grunge collection and If Beale Street Could Talk.
The French brand took over the Temple of Dendur for its Mtiers d'Art presentation, and everyone walked like an Egyptian.
For a certain set of urban parents and entrepreneurs, Kraft mac and cheese is just not going to cut it.
Three ways to shine at a year-end bash.
In holiday season exchanges, like the one organized through Food52, strangers give edible gifts and receive a sense of connection.
Modern Love in miniature, featuring five reader-submitted stories of 100 words or fewer.
For a special breed of Americans, making and decorating cookies is a form of therapy and a tasty way to commune with others.
A mother wonders how to support the child she doesn't entirely understand.
A jewel from the artist Raul de Nieves, Art Production Fund and Bulgari lights up Miami Beach.
A once-luxe stretch of the West Village that, until recently, was pocked with empty storefronts, is starting to return to its old glory.
And other trips down memory lane at Donatella Versace's pre-fall collection extravaganza in New York.
As the art hordes hit South Florida, local fashion gets a new look.
A petition started by employees of the European fashion retailer cites multiple episodes of inappropriate behavior by Mr. Kelvin, as well as a workplace culture that leaves harassment unchallenged.
All of the weddings right here on one handy page for you.
I still eat rice and beans. I just use brown rice now, said Annya Santana of Menos Mas, a wellness company that speaks to African-American and Latinx communities.
In a very public speech last year, Jake Bain, now a college athlete, became an accidental activist determined to change the national conversation about gay teenagers.