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  1. lost new york
    It’s Almost Time to Start Paying Retail As its closure looms, New York fashion fans look back on Century 21.
  2. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to the New Shul’s Rosh Hashanah ServiceThe “progressive, inclusive, independent, and egalitarian” congregation observed the High Holidays under a tent at the Queens County Farm.
  3. first person
    Buying Myself BackWhen does a model own her own image?
  4. the lost season
    Miuccia Prada Is Too Wise for Post-Pandemic Predictions“Designers cannot change the economic system.”
  5. the lost season
    Stella McCartney Might Not Recognize You Anymore“The question more than ever is ‘What is luxury?’ It’s certainly not a bloody crocodile handbag, I can tell you that much.”
  6. the lost season
    Reed Krakoff Is Looking for a New Design Language“Your guess is as good as mine what the new normal will be.”
  7. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to the Met’s Reopening DayWith timed ticketing, temperature-taking at the door, and a 25 percent occupancy limit.
  8. the lost season
    Nicolas Ghesquière Just Wanted to Stay in California“If surprises don’t exist, then I’m quitting. I’m looking for another job.”
  9. the lost season
    Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski Is Ready for the Nurses to Take Over Instagram“I don’t think it’s about going back. It’s about how we can evolve.”
  10. the lost season
    Clare Waight Keller Knows That Time Is the Greatest Luxury“There’s this ethos in fashion of constant creative output. But I’m not sure it’s always conducive to thinking deeply.”
  11. the lost season
    Alessandro Michele Owns 35 Editions of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland“I’m not really sure of what is real and what isn’t real. It depends on your perspective.”
  12. the lost season
    Rei Kawakubo Didn’t Stop Working for a Minute“To create means to keep looking for something new all the time, no matter where you are, no matter what kind of situation you are in.”
  13. the lost season
    Kerby Jean-Raymond Is Not Interested in the Scraps“Being able to have the resources to create our own systems. That’s what the end goal looks like to me.”
  14. the lost season
    Raf Simons Hasn’t Worn a Piece of Fashion in Months“The nature of a revolution in fashion is that it comes from someone we don’t know.”
  15. the lost season
    Rick Owens Knows He Shouldn’t Say This, But …“We are the generation that somebody needs to reject. That’s just who we are. We’ve established ourselves. And somebody needs to violently reject us.”
  16. the lost season
    Demna Gvasalia Discusses Fashion With His Shrink Every Week“I got rid of fears. Creatively, it really helped me—I stopped being scared of what people will think. I became more true to myself.”
  17. the lost season
    Marc Jacobs Is Putting On His Heels and Going for a Walk in the Real World“I feel like I still have stories to tell—I don’t know what they’d be right now.”
  18. the lost season
    The Lost SeasonFashion’s leading designers are reconsidering the pace of consumerism and their own relationships with creativity. What do they have to show for it?
  19. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to the West 4th Street CourtsFor a Saturday-afternoon pickup game.
  20. housing
    The Eco–Yogi Slumlords of BrooklynHow did a couple who built an empire of yoga studios, vegan restaurants, and homes with “living walls” end up as pandemic villains?
  21. family
    Why Did These YouTubers Give Away Their Son?Myka and James Stauffer adopted a toddler from China and shared every step of the process with their online audience. Except the last.
  22. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to a Drive-in Drag ShowAt Bel Aire Diner in Astoria.
  23. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Pace GalleryIn East Hampton, where Sotheby’s, Michael Werner, and Skarstedt have also opened temporary spaces nearby.
  24. profile
    Sarah Schulman’s Good ConflictThe world is consumed by violent fights and hostile disagreements. The author and activist sees a way out of them.
  25. encounter
    ‘We Saw This Problem Coming’Lauren Underwood, the youngest Black woman to ever serve in Congress, on remote legislating during a pandemic.
  26. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to the Riis Park Beach BazaarThe lifeguards, law students, and Hula-Hoopers enjoying a recent Thursday on the boardwalk.
  27. health
    All Your COVID-19 Questions, AnsweredSober, simple, science-backed advice for managing the risks.
  28. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to the Roosevelt Avenue Subway StationIn Jackson Heights, where ridership on the 7 and E lines is slowly picking up.
  29. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Natty GardenA Saturday at the Prospect Heights plant shop where customers popped in for preordered pothos, eucalypti, and ZZ’s.
  30. space of the week
    A Leafy Backyard Compound in BrooklynBehind the nondescript walls of a onetime shoe factory is a lush and peaceful garden shared by three families.
  31. the longest lives
    ‘We Lost Sister Grace on Monday’The sisters of Mount Saint Vincent Convent are praying we learn from this.
  32. documentary
    This 107-Year-Old Viral-Star Grandma Has Some Advice for YouIn her second century, Louise “Nonnie” Bonito is still making meatballs and refusing to dwell on the negative.
  33. documentary
    Inside Brighton Beach’s Babushka Beauty PageantFor the past 19 years, the Your Highness Grandmother pageant has culled the best and the brightest of Brooklyn’s grandmas.
  34. profile
    Surviving It AllShe’s 92, made it through the Holocaust, and set off for a cruise around the world in February.
  35. the longest lives
    Our Fragile GerontocracyOld people have never been so powerful — or, now, so vulnerable.
  36. space of the week
    In This Curator’s Apartment, Every Item Has a Life of Its OwnInside Pierre Apraxine’s West Village two-bedroom, filled with his eclectic and erudite collection of books, art, furniture, and artifacts.
  37. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Ninth Avenue and West 34th StreetAt the normally bustling intersection, it was just a trickle of well-masked security guards, construction workers, and DoorDash delivery drivers.
  38. recommendations
    Now Is the Perfect Time to Memorize a PoemGive yourself over to a rhythm that is not your own.
  39. coronavirus
    Nannies Tell the Truth About Working During the Coronavirus‘Now that I’m out of isolation, I’m taking care of the whole family unit.’
  40. first person
    The Spaces Between UsWhen friends and neighbors run for the hills, small differences in wealth suddenly loom large.
  41. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Freshmen’s BedroomsWe asked NYU students, all of whom are online learning for the rest of the semester, to take self-portraits on their beds.
  42. space of the week
    Getting by With a Little Art From Your FriendsArtist Katie Stout and her husband are in quarantine in their Fort Greene apartment, which feels a bit enchanted.
  43. education
    She Just Wants Her Students To Keep TalkingSamantha Elkaim knows she can’t replicate her classroom, but maybe she can still reach the kids.
  44. gallery
    The Look Book Goes to Broadway Stars’ CouchesWe asked the leads in dozens of shuttered shows to take a self-portrait on the sofa wherever they are quarantining.
  45. space of the week
    As Long As You’re Stuck in Your Apartment, Give Yourself a Story to LiveArtist Peter McGough has always insisted on living as if he’s in another era.
  46. gallery
    Rainbow-Spotting on the Quiet Streets of BrooklynLike a neighborhoodwide I Spy game, families are hanging drawings of rainbows in their windows for kids to spot on their daily walks.
  47. relationships
    A Therapist’s Advice For Couples Isolating TogetherThanks to tight quarters (and looming existential dread), partners are arguing about everything and nothing at all.
  48. parenting
    Homeschooling Tips From Actual TeachersThis is not the time for color-coded lesson plans, but there are ways to build a little flexible structure into your days.
  49. relationships
    Dating in CaptivityGo ahead and reinstall Tinder in self-isolation. Or, if that doesn’t work, join a virtual sext bunker.
  50. coronavirus
    A Photographer’s Diary of Life in IsolationElinor Carucci’s work has always focused on the everyday. But her own domesticity has never been so intense nor so constrained.
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