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  1. space of the week
    Inside the Whitney Founder’s Neoclassical Art StudioBefore she founded her own museum, sculptor and heiress Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney worked in this space she built on Long Island.
  2. self
    Peloton Is Spinning Faster Than EverThe company may have unwittingly created a fitness cult, but their business model is a little more complicated.
  3. art
     You Can Now Buy a Print of New York’s ‘ALL LI ES MATTER’ CoverThe piece, by Hank Willis Thomas, was featured in the magazine’s 50th anniversary Artists Covers Project.
  4. crime
    One Night at Mount SinaiAja Newman went to the emergency room for shoulder pain. Her doctor was a superstar. What’s the worst that could happen?
  5. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to the United First-Class LoungeWhere well-heeled travelers snack on kale salad and catch up on emails before their flights.
  6. copenhagen invasion
    Out to Lunch With the Women of GanniThe fashion label is a Danish invasion in Technicolor, and they are the emissaries of its good word.
  7. space of the week
    How to Retire on Both Coasts at OnceA visit to the Manhattan and Beverly Hills homes of Mark Lee, Broadway producer and former Barneys CEO.
  8. fashion
    At the Russian Baths With the Big Boys of BrawnWelcome to the new frontier of plus-size male modeling.
  9. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to a Beard and Mustache CompetitionPeople with impressive facial hair gathered in Coney Island to compete for titles like “Best Partial Beard and Chops” and “Best Mustache Styled.”
  10. the body politic
    The Toll of Me TooAssessing the costs for those who came forward.
  11. testimonials
    Coming Forward About Sexual Assault, and What Comes AfterTwenty-five people who reported sexual assault and harassment talk about what happened after they spoke up and everyone else moved on.
  12. space of the week
    Inside Cindy Adams’s Park Avenue Penthouse, Where Gossip Never SleepsThe columnist bought Doris Duke’s apartment 22 years ago, and even today the phone doesn’t stop ringing.
  13. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to JuilliardThe newly minted dramatists, musicians, and dancers who competed with thousands of applicants for a spot at the conservatory.
  14. @tavitulle
    Who Would Tavi Gevinson Be Without Instagram?Confessions from inside the algorithm.
  15. books
    How Richard Avedon Shaped the America in Your HeadWe all know the his style of portraiture, but Avedon also shot thousands of advertisements, most very different from his editorial work.
  16. encounter
    The Celebrity Book Curator Selling Literary Taste By the FootThatcher Wine is the CEO and founder of Juniper Books, which might be the company to credit (or to blame) for your friend’s color-coded bookshelves.
  17. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Corona ParkOn a recent Saturday, picnickers gathered in the largest park in Queens.
  18. profile
    Hollywood Almost Broke Renée Zellweger. Now She’s Back.After the Bridget Jones years, after the Harvey-at-Miramax years, after a long break from acting, the star is ready to play Judy Garland.
  19. power
    The Five Millennials (Actually) Changing the WorldAn honest list.
  20. fall fashion
    Fall’s Fine Jewelry, Cast in a Romantic LightShine on, you large diamonds.
  21. trends
    What Does a Single Earring Mean on a Man?Everything and nothing.
  22. fall fashion
    The Next Generation Comes to New York to See (and Dress) ItselfHere, 27 of them wearing a mix of their own clothes and the fall collections.
  23. space of the week
    An Interior Designer’s ‘Chic and Disorderly’ Dream Home“There is a general opinion that maximalism is about clutter, but everything in this apartment has its spot, and every object engages the eye.”
  24. secrets
    A High-End Dry Cleaner Spills Everything About His Filthy Rich ClientsRed wine spills on a Chanel couture gown, black mold on an Oscar de la Renta wedding dress, and more.
  25. fall fashion
    Simon Porte Jacquemus Isn’t Just the Man Behind Your Tiny BagThe designer knows how to go big, how to go very small, and most of all how to have fun.
  26. strategist investigates
    How Combat Boots Stomped Back to the CatwalkTheir ubiquity on the fall runways (Dior, Bottega Veneta, and the Row) could be a sign, at long last, that sneaker fatigue has set in.
  27. not for me
    Meet the UnfluencersNotes on the people ruining vacations, golden lattes, and wide-leg pants everywhere.
  28. transitions
    Reconciling With My Body After a MastectomyWhat do you wear when your body no longer resembles itself?
  29. fall fashion
    Kimora Lee Simmons Wants the Revived Baby Phat to Be As Big As ChanelThe onetime model-mogul is relaunching the early-aughts brand that helped turn streetwear into a movement.
  30. fall fashion
    The App That Has Gen Z Hooked on ThriftingIf eBay is a bazaar and Instagram is a beauty pageant, Depop is both.
  31. fall fashion
    Lucy Boynton Plays the IngénueThe actress is Hollywood’s newest golden girl, and the fashion world’s favorite dress-up doll.
  32. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to ZitomerWe spoke to shoppers at the nearly 70-year-old Upper East Side pharmacy–slash–department store.
  33. gallery
    The Camping Store for Fashion InsidersIn the past few years, Snow Peak has become an unlikely watering hole, bringing together urban foragers, downtown artists, and the fashion set.
  34. politics
    Talking Teaching With Elizabeth Warren, the Most Professorial Candidate EverShe has been instructing students since she was 8 years old. But does America want to be taught?
  35. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Port Authority, Gate 32Talking to passengers boarding the Kingston-bound Trailways bus.
  36. power
    Ivanka’s Eternal AmbitionsAfter the White House, she probably can’t go back to the city that made her. So she has cannily devised another exit strategy.
  37. health
    What Happens When Lyme Disease Becomes an Identity?The tick-borne disease that’s now a movement.
  38. power
    The Harvard Professor and the Paternity TrapA law professor who teaches a class on judgment wouldn’t seem like an obvious mark, would he?
  39. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to the RockawaysWe set up outside Locals Surf School on Beach 69th Street to talk to the surfers, many of whom are there every morning, year-round.
  40. dossier
    The High Society That Surrounded Jeffrey EpsteinA close study of his circle — social, professional, transactional — reveals a damning portrait of elite New York.
  41. work
    Men Know It’s Better to Carry NothingThe trouble with “being prepared” and carrying the literal load of mopping up the world’s spills.
  42. behind the scenes
    This Is the Future of American FashionIn the studio with Emily Adams Bode, winner of the CFDA’s Emerging Designer award, as she prepares for her debut runway show.
  43. gallery
    The Lookbook Goes to the Circle LineOn a hot June afternoon, we talked to dozens of tourists as they disembarked from a three-hour sightseeing cruise.
  44. parenting
    A Class Riot Among the One Percent at Brooklyn’s Oldest Nursery SchoolWhat happened when Grace Church School decided to become a little less old-fashioned? Lots of parent-teacher drama.
  45. from the archives
    How New York Has Covered LGBT Life in the Years Since StonewallIn 1969, we missed the rebellion. But in the five decades since, we’ve covered the changing community.
  46. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to a Little Tina Turner AuditionDozens 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 Turner Musical.
  47. first person
    Donald Trump Assaulted Me, But He’s Not Alone on My List of Hideous Men“I made a list of hideous men in my life. It includes the president — who assaulted me in the dressing room of Bergdorf Goodman 23 years ago.”
  48. profile
    Jada Pinkett Smith Might Be the Best Reason to Keep Your Facebook AccountThe movie star is carving her own lane with Red Table Talk.
  49. fashion
    See Fashion’s Biggest Night From the InsideTom Ford hosted the annual CFDA Awards, and guests seemed to sit up straighter in his presence.
  50. health
    Measles for the One PercentVaccines, Waldorf schools, and the problem with liberal Luddites.
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