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    The Tragedy of Harry Uzoka

    He was a shining star of a tight-knit group of rising Black male models in London. Why did he die at the hands of another model?

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    Is Fashion Hacking the Future? Gucci Says Yes.

    And demonstrates with Balenciaga. Whatever you do, don’t use the word “collaboration.” Celine goes into the light.

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  2. PhotoTom Ford, left, chairman of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, with Anna Wintour and Steven Kolb, the chief executive of the CFDA, in 2019. They suggested that the Met Gala be the closing event of September’s fashion week.
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    The Met Plans an American Fashion Extravaganza

    This year’s Met Gala will be in September. The Costume Institute has announced its next big show. The subject: American style. Politics are involved.

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Designer DIY

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    Rick Owens Stitches a Souvenir

    In the latest installment of our Designer D.I.Y. series, the designer embroiders a lover’s hankie.

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    How to Turn Vegetables Into a Tie-Dye Pattern

    In the latest installment of our Designer D.I.Y. at Home series, Hillary Taymour, the creative director of Collina Strada, offers a creative use for excess beets.

    By Jessica Testa and

Unbuttoned

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    The Newest Thing in Fashion? Old Clothes

    Disposability is no longer chic. A new magazine joins a host of big brands in exploring the joys of upcycling.

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Self-Care

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    How to Get Started With Tarot

    Six — OK, seven — easy steps to ease your way into deeper introspection.

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Consumption: How we buy, exploit and reuse.

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    Who Made Your Clothes?

    Garment workers around the world make everything from luxury handbags to fast fashion leggings. Here are some of their stories.

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    H&M’s Different Kind of Clickbait

    The Swedish retailer now lets customers know where nearly every garment it sells is made. Is that enough?

    By Elizabeth Paton and

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    The Future Is Trashion

    We make too much and buy too much. But maybe there is a way not to waste too much. The ragpicker of Brooklyn has an idea.

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Scam or Not

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    Is Air a Scam?

    We love air! But boiling herbs and buying more plants will not improve your indoor air quality. Find out what will.

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    Should I Be Taking Zinc?

    Maybe! It may help with the common cold. There is no definitive scientific evidence suggesting it will help Covid-19.

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    Is Coffee Good for You?

    Yes! But it depends on the kind of coffee and the quantity.

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    What Are the Benefits of Probiotics?

    Studies suggest that certain probiotics can help in certain contexts. But you will need to do your research. We can help.

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    How to Wear Fall 2019 Trends Now

    The fashion shows are over. Now the shopping — for tartan, quilting, bucket hats — begins.

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    9 Reasons to Not Hate February

    Electronically heated puffers, pre-layered sweaters, supersize scarves and more to make winter dressing jollier.

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Runway Fashion Collections

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    Miu Miu: Fall 2020

    See the looks from the Miu Miu: Fall 2020 Collection.

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    Chanel: Fall 2020

    See the looks from the Chanel: Fall 2020 Collection.

On the Runway

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    Is This the Future of the Fashion Show?

    The first “high fashion runway show entirely from home” just took place, complete with famous models and designers. The clothes were the least of it.

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  2. PhotoJennifer Lopez performing in Versace during the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
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    J. Lo and the Power of 50

    At the Super Bowl, she proved “dress your age” has no meaning any more.

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Skin Deep

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    Embrace the Blush

    Blush has become the unlikely makeup hero of the masked generation. Here’s the new way to wear it.

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    This Is Your Skin on Stress

    Psychological strain can show up as “stress skin.” Treating it is easier (and more affordable) than you think.

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    The Elimination Diet for Skin

    For years, “skinfluencers” embraced K-beauty’s famed 10-step routines. Now experts are advocating the complete opposite.

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Watches

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    Cracking the Watch Industry’s Code of Silence

    Growing pressure for accountability has convinced a few brands that it is time to reveal where they obtain some of their raw materials. Will more follow?

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  2. PhotoA still image of the Jacob & Company nonfungible token, or NFT, known as SF24 Tourbillon Piece Unique. The NFT itself is a 3-D animation.
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    NFTs Arrive in the Watch World

    The first purely digital timepieces have been offered to bidders, but will their auctions become a watershed moment or a bubble? Only time will tell.

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  3. PhotoA 1-year-old David Belcher in 1964 with his father, Okey, and sister, Debra.
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    Dad’s Wristwatch Returns to Seoul

    My father wore the timepiece during the Korean War. Now, a trip to the city’s Clock Alley puts it on my wrist.

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