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A Tangier Home That Has Passed Between Design Legends

A Tangier Home That Has Passed Between Design Legends

UNTIL THEY VISITED Tangier for the first time in 2004, Jamie Creel and Marco Scarani, the co-owners of Creel and…
When Polka Dots Signal Both Optimism and Disquiet

When Polka Dots Signal Both Optimism and Disquiet

IN THE SPRING of 2020, Jeremy Scott abandoned his plans for Moschino’s resort collection and began again from scratch. The…
A Fashion Designer’s Favorite Challah, for Hanukkah or Whenever

A Fashion Designer’s Favorite Challah, for Hanukkah or Whenever

Typically, the fashion designer Batsheva Hay concedes, she wouldn’t devote four hours to baking any dish in her Upper West…
A Savannah Home Melds Georgian Architecture With ’60s Flair

A Savannah Home Melds Georgian Architecture With ’60s Flair

IN THE MID-1950S, Savannah, Ga., was crumbling. The effects of the Depression had left the city’s buildings in disrepair. And…
What Comes Next for an Artist Whose Work Goes Viral?

What Comes Next for an Artist Whose Work Goes Viral?

IN MARCH 2020, when Covid-19 was ripping through New York and the city locked down, Meriem Bennani felt an impulse…
How ‘Shadow’ Foster Care Is Tearing Families Apart

How ‘Shadow’ Foster Care Is Tearing Families Apart

Listen to This Article Audio Recording by AudmTo hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download…
A Cookie as Big as the Ritz

A Cookie as Big as the Ritz

On Dec. 11, my husband and I will fly to Paris, reviving a holiday tradition that was set aside during…
What Will Art Look Like in the Metaverse?

What Will Art Look Like in the Metaverse?

In the opening pages of Ben Lerner’s debut novel, “Leaving the Atocha Station,” his narrator goes to Madrid’s Prado museum…
A Designer Who Lives With ‘Pickled’ Balloons and a Jellyfish-Shaped Lamp

A Designer Who Lives With ‘Pickled’ Balloons and a Jellyfish-Shaped Lamp

The British designer Bethan Laura Wood’s apartment is on the second floor of a 1925 Art Deco building in East…
Discovering a Secret Wonderland of Architecture in Dallas

Discovering a Secret Wonderland of Architecture in Dallas

Growing up in Dallas, I saw the city as an architectural wasteland. It had some beautiful art museums, sure, and…
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