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The Look Book Goes to the New Year’s Gala at the Metropolitan Opera
Where patrons enjoyed some Champagne with their
The Look Book Goes to the Bloomingdale’s Beauty Department
Talking to the spritzers and stylists.
The Look Book Goes to a Doorman Union Meeting
Members of SEIU 32BJ, who work in buildings from Park Avenue to Washington Square.
The Stylish Attendees at “The New Black Vanguard” Opening
Hundreds of people squeezed into Aperture Foundation to celebrate the release of Antwaun Sargent’s new photography book.
The Look Book Goes to the Taxi Depot
At McGuinness Management in Greenpoint, drivers pick up their cabs at the beginning of the day and drop them off at the end.
The Look Book Goes to the United First-Class Lounge
Where well-heeled travelers snack on kale salad and catch up on emails before their flights.
The Look Book Goes to a Beard and Mustache Competition
People with impressive facial hair gathered in Coney Island to compete for titles like “Best Partial Beard and Chops” and “Best Mustache Styled.”
The Look Book Goes to Juilliard
The newly minted dramatists, musicians, and dancers who competed with thousands of applicants for a spot at the conservatory.
The Look Book Goes to Corona Park
On a recent Saturday, picnickers gathered in the largest park in Queens.
The Look Book Goes to Zitomer
We spoke to shoppers at the nearly 70-year-old Upper East Side pharmacy–slash–department store.
9 Women on Whether They Would Abolish the Constitution
We posed the question to women leaving the theater after Heidi Schreck’s play,
What the Constitution Means to Me
The Look Book Goes to Port Authority, Gate 32
Talking to passengers boarding the Kingston-bound Trailways bus.
The Look Book Goes to the Rockaways
We set up outside Locals Surf School on Beach 69th Street to talk to the surfers, many of whom are there every morning, year-round.
The Lookbook Goes to the Circle Line
On a hot June afternoon, we talked to dozens of tourists as they disembarked from a three-hour sightseeing cruise.
The Look Book Goes to a Little Tina Turner Audition
Dozens of 8-to-12-year-old actresses lined up for the opportunity to play a young incarnation of the star in Broadway’s
Tina: The Tina Turn
The Look Book Goes to Bottomless Brunch in Brooklyn
Woodland hosts a weekend daytime dance party with unlimited mimosas. The long line to get in is a pre-party of its own.
The Look Book Goes to the High-School Track-and-Field Championships
“The girls are more competitive. In my opinion.”
A Sunny Saturday at Brooklyn’s Most Instagrammable Intersection
Taking stock of the photogenic scene at the corner of Washington and Water Streets.
spring 2019 fashion issue
A Trip to the Laundromat With 18 New Yorkers
And a peek into what they’re washing.
17 Women Talk About Being Left Behind by #MeToo
We spoke with women from dozens of industries who remain unable to report sexual abuse and harassment.
Artist Explores Complex Relationship between Black Women and Luxury Clothing
Jamea Richmond-Edwards examines the complex relationship between black women and luxury clothing in an exhibition in New York City.
space of the week
A Cookie-Cutter Apartment, Transformed by Local Artisan Works
Designer Amber Rogers turned this high-rise flat into a curated home with work from home-design makers around the city.
Giant Mural on Flatbush Avenue Captures the Brooklyn Way
Brooklyn artist Katie Merz created a cartoonlike mural on a 12,500-square-foot city building.
The 16-Year-Old Algerian Artist Who Influenced Picasso and Matisse
Baya was discovered at age 16.
Celebrity Portraits and Fashion Photography From the 1950s and ’60s
Patricia Bosworth’s new book memorializes the fashion photography of Tom Palumbo, including portraits of celebrities like Miles Davis and Grace Kelly.
‘Carry That Weight’ Artist Emma Sulkowicz Has a New Art Show
See Emma Sulkowicz’s artwork in a Brooklyn greenhouse.
Giant Neon Uterus Comes to Sunset Boulevard in the Name of Art
Artist Zoë Buckman brings a 43-foot sculpture called
to Hollywood’s Sunset Strip.
A Lebanese Artist Draws Portraits of Syrians in Exile
Mounira Al Solh’s exhibition “I believe in our right to be frivolous” opens at the Art Institute in Chicago today.
An Artist Reimagines a Travel Guide for Black Americans
A new show at the Museum of Arts and Design.
A Photographer Who Finds Beauty in Stillness
Cig Harvey captures serenity in everyday moments.
A Provocative Artist Explores Narcissism
Marilyn Minter has new art installation at World Trade Center.