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From trailing indoor plants to terrazzo floors, 1980s design hits are having a moment right now. While piling on all of the decade’s decor trends at once is probably too much, one or two nods can do a lot to liven up your space (especially if you’ve been committing hard to minimalism over the past few years). For inspiration, look no further than . . . the 1988 Tim Burton classic Beetlejuice and its

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One of New York’s most highly anticipated new neighbourhoods, Hudson Yards has been in frenzied construction for a few years now; and results are slowly starting to show. Ahead of the opening of some of the area’s key publicly accessed areas, such as The Shed and a big chunk of the retail element, the new area’s first residential tower, Fifteen Hudson Yards, is also nearing completion. Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro and

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Spanish photographic duo Albarrán Cabrera first travelled to Japan six years ago, and have returned there every year since. Turning their lens to Japan’s landscapes and characters, Anna P Cabrera and Angel Albarrán offer a new perspective on the nation through their images via their choice of subject and innovative method of processing images – the pair incorporate both modern and traditional printing techniques into their… read more »       View Gallery (11 images)

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At the highest ends of the contemporary art market, bigger is better, as the richest galleries in the world continue to expand at a dizzying pace. Last year alone, David Zwirner announced a new $50 million Chelsea gallery, Lévy Gorvy added a Hong Kong location, and Los Angeles dealer David Kordansky set out to take over an entire city block. According to artnet News’s recent survey measuring galleries by their footprints,

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Truth: I own precisely zero camouflage items. No jackets, no cargo pants, no puffers, no tees nada. Over the years I've waxed poetic about how the tough pattern can be made chic with strategic styling ideas from favorites like Kaia Gerber and Victoria Beckham, but have yet to take a whack at the camouflage trend myself (I know, such a fraud!). Perhaps it's thanks to my pared-down wardrobe full of

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You already know Feb. 14 is cold. It's obviously hard to ignore, and even harder to plan a romantic look when you have to cover yourself head-to-toe in order to maintain even a semblance of warmth. It's not impossible, though it just takes the right winter date night dress with enough coverage to keep the elements from making you freeze to your core. The best place to start is with a

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I’ve gone over this before, but my daily uniform tends to live in the box of a black top, jeans, a moto jacket, and boots. My wardrobe is primarily made up of basics. You know, those foundational staples that always work and will always be in style but don’t necessarily push the boundaries all that much. Does your style also fall within these lines? I’m here for you.Just because we

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Given that it's mid-January, it probably feels like your Instagram feed will be filled with puffers and snow boots forever, but spring will come again in just a matter of months, and we'll return to our regularly scheduled programming of swimsuits and pretty dresses. Speaking of the latter, every fashion girl's favorite place to buy pretty dresses (and tops) just released its spring collection, and it might be the brand's best yet.

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Last September W enlisted actress Cate Blanchett to guest edit a special edition of the magazine that featured all female photographers (and Blanchett in clothes by all female designers, for that matter), but the angle wasn't a necessarily novelty. With a long history of working with top female fashion photographers like Emma Summerton, Venetia Scott, Brigitte Lacombe, and Collier Schorr to recruiting female artists like Alex Prager and Mickalene Thomas

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