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  1. women and power
    Powerful Women Talk About Power (And Powerlessness)(And Powerlessness)
  2. women and power
    The First Female Harvard President Was Nicknamed ‘Chainsaw Drew’Civil War scholar Drew Gilpin Faust retired in June after 11 years. During her time, the number of tenured female faculty rose by 47 percent.
  3. women and power
    Jenny Holzer Made Good Things Out of HorrorThe 68-year-old Conceptual artist has become an idol for our online era.
  4. women and power
    Laverne Cox Felt a Lot of ‘Survivors’ GuiltShe’s struggled, increasingly aware that her visibility couldn’t erase the suffering of other trans women — or the trauma of her own past.
  5. women and power
    To Binky Urban, ‘Power’ Is a Male Word“Being dominant is not anything I care about. What I care about is being effective, being respected,” says the most powerful woman in book publishing.
  6. women and power
    The Women’s March ‘Mob’ Was Built With Nice, Suburban WomenBob Bland, Linda Sarsour, and Tamika Mallory have become some of the most dominant faces of feminism in the Trump era.
  7. women and power
    Marsha Vlasic Told Lou Reed, ‘I Just Can’t Do This Anymore’The veteran music executive on being one of the first-ever female agents, speaking out against Neil Portnow, and the power of saying no.
  8. women and power
    Brooklynn Prince, Age 8, Already Knows How to Make People Listen“When I saw Wonder Woman, I knew I could stand up and have a voice like she did.”
  9. women and power
    Nicole Kidman Married Tom Cruise for Love — and Got Protection“I married for love, but being married to an extremely powerful man kept me from being sexually harassed.”
  10. women and power
    Megyn Kelly Knew What She Was Doing With That Dress“Just because I’m blonde and I have my sexy dress on doesn’t make me a bimbo.”
  11. women and power
    What the Prune Chefs Hoped to Accomplish With the Spotted PigGabrielle Hamilton and Ashley Merriman dreamed of writing the second chapter in the #MeToo story. Instead, they got scorched.
  12. women and power
    Stormy Daniels Didn’t Want to Be Anybody’s Hero“I started this just because I wanted to set the record straight and not be bullied. Now I’m in charge of saving the world.”
  13. look book
    The Influencer Who Loves Matcha CBD Lattes and Tattoos“Getting tattoos is how I relax. It’s my therapy.”
  14. best bets
    Beautycounter Opens in Nolita, Vanity Mirrors, and Birkenstock’s U.S. StoreWhat’s new in New York stores.
  15. studio 54
    The Founder of Studio 54 Is Finally Ready to Tell What Really Went Down ThereIan Schrager on getting over his embarrassment for doing time for stealing from the disco, and having Roy Cohn as his lawyer.
  16. space of the week
    An Updated Brooklyn Rowhouse That Preserves the Wildness Out BackThe elegantly lush backyard is very much the centerpiece of this Cobble Hill home.
  17. science of us
    Why Is Everybody Freaking Out About Sperm Counts?The new penis panic says a lot more about male anxiety than fertility.
  18. out of the box
    This Season, Designers Have Embraced the Black Dress With a VengeancePhotographer Steph Wilson shot a range of uncommon dresses in New York’s favorite non-color on the city’s streets.
  19. the kavanaugh hearings
    Brett Kavanaugh’s Familiar LogicHis kind of misdirection, the assumption that women are tricked into acting in a way inconvenient to the powerful, is a tactic we’ve seen before.
  20. from the archives
    Revisiting Some of the Most Memorable Homes Wendy Goodman Ever ScoutedOn the occasion of her memoir, our design editor recalls a few of her greatest hits.
  21. the body politic
    American Women Are Furious — and It’s Changing Our Country ForeverFemale anger could save our democracy. It’s not the first time.
  22. look book
    The Model Who Started Her Career in Japan“A couple years ago, I got a DM asking if I wanted to sign with this agency in Japan. I was pretty sure it was a real agency — but not really.”
  23. best bets
    Nashville Novelties, Reasonably Priced Cashmere, and a High-Tech Tribeca SpaWhat’s new in New York stores.
  24. fall design
    A Park Avenue Apartment Where an Influential Decorator Left His MarkFrom the oxblood paint to the Gracie custom wallpaper, Mark Hampton’s presence is still alive and well.
  25. fall design
    A Soho Loft That Still Feels Like a Soho LoftOther than adding a kitchen and a bathroom, the artist Dorothea Rockburne hasn’t done much to the place since she moved in more than forty years ago.
  26. fall preview 2018
    KiKi Layne Is the Rookie of the YearShe’s the star of Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight follow-up, If Beale Street Could Talk, which isn’t bad for a total newcomer.
  27. fall design
    A Harlem Prewar Apartment Stripped to Its Original StateThe only thing that’s changed since 1971 in Lana Turner’s home is the number of hats (600), gloves (365), shoes (312), and books (too many to count).
  28. fall preview 2018
    Kiernan Shipka’s Season of the WitchSally Draper grows up on Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
  29. fashion
    Rachel Comey Makes Herself ComfortableThe designer has built an independent fashion business making other women feel that way too.
  30. power
    17 Women Talk About Being Left Behind by #MeTooWe spoke with women from dozens of industries who remain unable to report sexual abuse and harassment.
  31. profile
    The World Has Finally Caught Up to Jane FondaThe original celebrity activist on regret and radical empathy in the age of Trump.
  32. fall design
    A Gilded Age Bedroom That Still Smells Like 1893The Players social club has a secret nook: where Edwin Booth, the actor and brother of Lincoln’s assassin, lived until his death.
  33. fall design
    A Classic Sixties Spread in GramercyPhotographer Duane Michals’s floor-through is filled with friends’ artwork and junk-shop finds from the past 53 years.
  34. best bets
    The Most Exciting New Stores Opening in New York This FallThe revival of FAO Schwarz, a Sarah Jessica Parker pop-up, and more in our preview of the season in retail.
  35. fashion
    The Season’s Most Interesting Shoes, Rendered in ClayBy ceramicist Diana “Didi” Rojas, better known as Instagram’s @0h_heck.
  36. fashion
    After Kate Spade’s Death, Will Frances Valentine Find Its Footing?As CEO Elyce Arons grieves the loss of her friend, she’s also left with the question of how to honor her legacy in the business they started together.
  37. fashion
    Stylist Karla Welch Wants to Make You Feel SomethingShe goes beyond the “Best Dressed” list to style some of the Cut’s favorite women (plus Justin Bieber).
  38. voyeur
    Who Is She, Actually? A Guessing Game in Union Square ParkWe asked strangers to size each other up.
  39. power
    What It’s Really Like to Be Black and Work in FashionFrom Tracee Ellis Ross, Virgil Abloh, Tyra Banks, Dapper Dan, Adwoa Aboah, and many more.
  40. the industry
    Imagining the Future of W Magazine With Stefano Tonchi“I believe that W can be so many things,” he says. “We can be a great creative agency.”
  41. fashion
    Painters, Photographers, and Sculptors Interpret Fall’s Best ClothesWe invited 14 creatives to do with this season’s fashion as they pleased.
  42. original video
    A Fashion Improvisation With the Stylish Minds of Three Busy DebrasWe invited the comedians over for a “fashion brunch” and asked them to improvise using clothes as prompts. Naturally, things got weird.
  43. behind the scenes
    Cathy Horyn Travels to Germany to Understand the Unlikely Return of BirkenstocksA fashion fable, in which the cork-and-leather sandals become cool and double sales overnight.
  44. profile
    Tessa Thompson Knows People Can’t Stop Thinking About HerShe’d just rather you think about her work than her personal life.
  45. look book
    The Future Tennis Stars of New YorkThe Look Book goes to the John McEnroe Tennis Academy.
  46. best bets
    Fancy Goes Brick-and-Mortar, Mobiles for Grown-ups, and a New Gymnastics StudioWhat’s new in New York stores.
  47. space of the week
    An Oslo Home With a Peach-Pink PaletteA Norwegian family turns its back on all-white-everything.
  48. profiles
    The Story Starts When She FallsRachelle Vinberg, the star of Skate Kitchen, gets torn up and famous and torn up again.
  49. encounter
    Playing Tourist With BlacKkKlansman’s John David WashingtonSpike Lee’s new star is becoming face-on-the-movie-poster famous.
  50. look book
    The Software Engineer Who Loves to Rollerblade“If you ever see a dude in a turban Rollerblading around Manhattan — well, that’s probably me.”
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