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  1. reviews
    Even the Ghosts in This Show Are HotThe Haunting of Bly Manor is both horny and unsettling.
  2. reviews
    Emily in Paris Is Like Happy Hour for the BrainFair warning: It will make you want to drink wine at 11 a.m., eat a croissant, and make out in public.
  3. q+a
    How Meghan Markle Was Set Up to FailThe author of Finding Freedom, the new book on Meghan and Harry, explains how “her differences were weaponized against her.”
  4. recommendations
    How to Elevate Your Park HangoutThree words: Gia Coppola wine.
  5. recommendations
    The Best Film Genre Is ‘Dance Movie’Preferably featuring a try-hard female lead, as in the new Netflix film Work It.
  6. recommendations
    Get Even Is A Glossy British Murder MysteryThere’s no such thing as too many prep school whodunits.
  7. recommendations
    A Dating Show With Actual Love?Love on the Spectrum is a new addition to a genre so frequently and oddly devoid of affection.
  8. culture
    A Vacation Read for When You Can’t Take a VacationIn his new book, Sex and Vanity, Kevin Kwan turns his satirical talents on crazy rich Americans.
  9. culture
    Criticize Indian Matchmaking All You WantBut don’t dismiss it.
  10. reviews
    The Old Guard Is an Actually Coherent Superhero MovieNot just boob armor, CGI, and misconstrued Norse mythology.
  11. reviews
    Nothing Matters in Palm SpringsA misfit romance in the multiverse makes for an entertaining — and existential — watch.
  12. reviews
    Post Malone’s Rosé Is … Totally Kind of Okay?Four writers weigh in on the surprising summer beverage.
  13. culture
    Who Is Destroying Whom?In I May Destroy You, Michaela Coel examines the layers of power and privilege that are always at play when a person is assaulted.
  14. culture
    Finally, a Dark, Sexy Movie About a Female NovelistA new film reimagines Shirley Jackson’s feverish creative process.
  15. reviews
    Diddy’s Guided Meditation Is … the Best Thing I’ve Ever Heard?I had my doubts. But he helped me find serenity in under ten minutes.
  16. movies
    Want to Watch Something Really Deranged This Weekend?The Invisible Man, a truly unhinged thriller starring Elisabeth Moss, is now on streaming.
  17. keeping up with kylie
    I Gave My Skin to Kylie Jenner and Lived to Tell the TaleA Kardashian obsessive tests out Kylie’s new beauty line.
  18. metoo
    Aziz Ansari’s Comeback Show Was a Lot to ProcessHe addressed woke culture, complicity, politics, and more in the kickoff to his tour.
  19. more fake news i guess
    How to Spot a Fake Beauty ReviewIf it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
  20. presidential tweets
    Tough But Fair: Trump Says He Would Not Recommend Michael Cohen As a LawyerA day after Cohen pleaded guilty to eight criminal charges, the president said he would “strongly suggest” hiring someone else.
  21. glossy glossier glossiest
    Testing Glossier’s New Blush Shades for Darker SkinFour women on “Storm” and “Dawn.”
  22. glossy glossier glossiest
    5 Women Road-Test Glossier’s New MascaraHow does the new barely there Lash Slick measure up?
  23. reviews
    The Met’s ‘Heavenly Bodies’ Show Is Worth the PilgrimageIt’s gorgeous, moving, and surprisingly witty.
  24. let's makeup
    Woman Says This Brand’s Eyeliner Stayed on During Car AccidentShe included a picture in her review.
  25. shelf improvement
    I Hate This Book About Lifehacks, But I Can’t Stop Reading ItWhat if somewhere in these 600 pages lies a valuable nugget of self-transformative gold?
  26. apple watch
    The Apple Watch Is Great for Starting Conversations About the Apple WatchI spent 72 self-absorbed hours with the Apple Watch, and I loved it (and me).
  27. icymi
    Read All of Cathy Horyn’s Fashion Month Reviews in One PlaceAll of her commentary from the New York and Paris shows, in one place. 
  28. childbirth
    There Is No Right Way to Have a BabyWhat the new book Labor Day gets wrong.
  29. reviews
    Judy Blume Reviews Sunglasses, Pillowcases, and a Chanel Backpack“It reminds me of Santa Fe in the ’70s.”
  30. reviews
    Kate Moss’s Debut Music Column for Vogue Is Very EmotionalGeorge Michael is her first project. 
  31. icymi
    Read All of Robin Givhan’s Fashion Month Reviews in 1 PlaceComprehensive coverage from New York and Paris.
  32. reviews
    Read All of Robin Givhan’s NYFW Reviews in 1 PlaceThe full list, to read (or reread) this weekend. 
  33. reviews
    Bell Hooks Reviewed Lean InIt’s never too late for the hooks take. 
  34. review
    Robin Givhan: Marc Jacobs Says Good-bye to Louis Vuitton — BeautifullyIt’s a very American way to give up the Parisian gig.
  35. review
    Robin Givhan: Lagerfeld Riffs on Fashion and Art at ChanelWith a healthy dose of commerce thrown in.
  36. review
    Givhan: Hedi Slimane’s Assault on Luxury and Beauty at Saint LaurentRehashing rock and roll, yet again.
  37. review
    Robin Givhan: At Givenchy, the Setting Outshines the ClothesSmoke and metal, but not much else.
  38. review
    Robin Givhan: The Boldest Designers in Paris Are WomenRei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and Céline’s Phoebe Philo display their unapologetic visions.
  39. review
    Robin Givhan: Wang Brings Hipness and Joy to BalenciagaParis gets a bit of much-needed lightness at Balenciaga, Pugh, Demeulemeester, Undercover, and more.
  40. reading lists
    Every Single One of Robin Givhan’s Fashion Week ReviewsRead (or reread) them this weekend.
  41. reviews
    Marc Jacobs Rummages Through Grandma’s Attic for Magical Castaway CoutureJacobs does it again.
  42. reviews
    Givhan: Child Stars With Old Souls, the Olsens Age Gracefully at The RowThe fashion equivalent to becoming wiser, more confident, and more capable.
  43. reviews
    Robin Givhan: Thom Browne Traps Women in Clothes Magic and madness at New York’s most dramatic show. 
  44. review
    Givhan on DVF, Victoria Beckham, Thakoon & MoreFemale designers can’t escape the expectation that they’re here to make our lives easier when it comes to getting dressed.
  45. Givhan on Wang, Gurung, Altuzarra and rag & boneWrestling the challenges of futurism and the street to a draw.
  46. review
    Robin Givhan: Strong Women Ruled the Day at WuThis time the muse was in revolt.
  47. review
    Robin Givhan: Appreciating Fashion Week’s EccentricsFrom the men and women who preen outside the shows to the designers (and clothes) at Creatures of the Wind.
  48. print is dead
    An (Overly?) Serious Read of Miss Vogue, for British Teens“Because of my dad’s work — he trades oil — I have a bodyguard, which sucks.”
  49. Critics Deem Alexander Wang’s Balenciaga Debut … Good!It was respectable, but not mind-blowing.
  50. first person
    We (Two Women) Tested This Penis-Measuring App So You Don’t Have ToWhere do our fingers rank among the world’s penises?
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