1. PhotoUsing an electric tufting gun, Atton Moore works on one of a series of rugs with motifs based on magnolia tree petals.
      CreditBenjamin McMahon

      On the Verge

      A Designer Who Makes Rugs Based on Screenshots

      Tom Atton Moore’s vibrant floor coverings are indebted to centuries-old craft techniques — and to the more contemporary art of trawling through one’s phone.


  1. On Beauty

    PhotoClockwise from top left: <strong>Rose MD</strong> Skin Calming Booster, $70, <a href="https://www.rosemdskin.com/collections/frontpage/products/rose-skin-calming-booster">rosemdskin.com</a>. <strong>Bynacht</strong> Hypercharged Glass Skin Serum, $320, <a href="https://www.net-a-porter.com/en-us/shop/product/bynacht/hypercharged-glass-skin-serum-30ml/1238556">net-a-porter.com</a>. <strong>Epara</strong> Intense Hydrating Mask, about $130, <a href="https://www.eparaskincare.com/products/intense-hydrating-mask">eparaskincare.com</a>. <strong>Estée Lauder</strong> Revitalizing Supreme+ Global Anti-Aging Cell Power Creme, $87, <a href="https://www.esteelauder.com/product/681/42475/Product-Catalog/Skincare/Revitalizing-Supreme/Global-Anti-Aging-Cell-Power-Creme?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIp6G7soyo6gIVjZOzCh0zsgBFEAQYASABEgKSC_D_BwE&amp;gclsrc=aw.ds">esteelauder.com</a>. <strong>Klur</strong> Brilliant Light Multi-Correctional Repair Serum, $80, <a href="https://klur.co/collections/shop/products/brilliant-light">klur.co</a>. <strong>L’Oréal Paris</strong> Revitalift Derm Intensives 1.9% Pure Hyaluronic Acid Ampoules, $25, <a href="https://www.lorealparisusa.com/products/skin-care/products/face-serums/revitalift-derm-intensives-1-9-pure-hyaluronic-acid-7-replumping-ampoules.aspx?shade=revitalift-derm-intensives-1-9-pure-hyaluronic-acid-7-replumping-ampoules">lorealparisusa.com</a>.
    CreditPhoto by Mari Maeda and Yuji Oboshi. Portrait by IDI.SHOW. Market editor: Caitie Kelly.

    Four Restorative Facials to Try at Home

    The products, tools and tips from the professionals that you need to be your own facialist.


  2. PhotoClockwise from top left: from “Welcome to Chechnya” (2020), “The Cave” (2019), “5 Broken Cameras” (2012), “Freedom on My Mind” (1993), “Honeyland” (2019) and “The Work” (2017).
    CreditClockwise from top left: Courtesy of HBO; National Geographic Films; © Kino Lorber Films/courtesy Everett Collection; Clarity Films; Ljubomir Stevanov/© Neon/Courtesy Everett Collection; Joe Wigdahl/© First Look Media/Courtesy Everett Collection

    Five Essential Documentaries, Recommended by David France

    With his new movie, “Welcome to Chechnya,” premiering on HBO, the filmmaker shares some of his favorites.


  3. PhotoFrom left: David Alekhuogie’s “roscoe’s long beach 34.0407° N, 118.3476° W” (2018), Troy Michie’s “Distorted In the Interest of Design” (2019).
    CreditFrom left: Courtesy of the artist and Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles. Photo: Ruben Diaz; Courtesy of the artist.

    Works for the Now, by Queer Artists of Color

    Pride Month may have come to a close, but the wide-ranging pieces shown here have staying power.

  1. The 212

    PhotoA 1938 handbill from the Apollo.
    CreditCourtesy of the Apollo Theater Archives.

    The Theater Where Ella Fitzgerald Got Her Start

    The Apollo in Harlem has had a greater influence on American musical history than perhaps any other venue of the past century.


  2. On Beauty

    PhotoClockwise from left: <strong>Beautycounter</strong> Brilliant Brow Gel, $24, <a href="https://www.beautycounter.com/product/brilliant-brow-gel">beautycounter.com</a>. <strong>Chanel</strong> Les Pinceaux de Chanel Dual-Ended Brow Brush, $32, <a href="https://www.chanel.com/us/makeup/p/138851/les-pinceaux-de-chanel-dual-ended-brow-brush-n207/">chanel.com</a>. <strong>Milk Makeup</strong> Kush Triple Brow Pen, $22, <a href="https://www.sephora.com/product/milk-makeup-kush-triple-brow-pen-P457639">sephora.com</a>. <strong>Glossier</strong> Boy Brow, $16, <a href="https://www.glossier.com/products/boy-brow">glossier.com</a>. <strong>Tweezerman</strong> Ultra Precision Mini Slant Tweezer, $20, <a href="https://www.tweezerman.com/ultra-precision-mini-slant-tweezer.html">tweezerman.com</a>.
    CreditPhoto by Mari Maeda and Yuji Oboshi. Portrait by Indigital Images. Market editor: Caitie Kelly.

    How to Shape Your Eyebrows at Home

    A guide to trimming, tweezing and touching up your arches on your own, with some creative direction from the experts.


T’s May 17 Travel Issue

More in T’s May 17 Travel Issue »
  1. PhotoA temple on Crescent Lake at Mingsha Shan (Echoing Sand Mountain) near the town of Dunhuang in Gansu, China. Dunhuang was an important strategic base along the ancient Silk Road, near the entrance to the Hexi Corridor.
    CreditZhang Xiao

    A Poetic Journey Through Western China

    For years, Silk Road travelers made the grueling trek past towering mountain ranges and ancient cities now lost to time. Centuries later, one writer attempts to retrace the journey.


  2. PhotoA painting of a multitude of sitting Buddhas on the walls of Ajanta, the caves of Maharashtra, India. Believed to have been created between the first and second centuries B.C. and the fifth century A.D., the caves are one of the oldest Buddhist sites in the world.
    CreditBridgeman Images

    How the Buddha Got His Face

    His image is so commonplace that you could believe it must always have existed — yet for six centuries after his death, he was never once depicted in human form.