Highlights

    1. PhotoFinn Juhl’s living room in Charlottenlund, Denmark, with a Hovdingestole chair and Vilhelm Lundstrom’s “Portrait of Hanne Wilhelm Hansen” (1946), photographed in 2013.
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      The 25 Rooms That Influence the Way We Design

      Three designers, two journalists and an interiors photographer gathered at The New York Times to make a list of history’s most enduring and significant spaces. Here are the results.

  1. PhotoAn original photograph commissioned by T that draws on themes of queer love and desire by subverting the style of a classical Renaissance painting. From left: <strong>Sies Marjan </strong>top, $1,295, <a href="https://www.siesmarjan.com/">siesmarjan.com</a>, and stylist’s own collar and T-shirt. <strong>Loewe </strong>dress, $3,350, and hat, $1,950, <a href="https://www.loewe.com/usa/en/home">loewe.com</a>, and stylist’s own veil and shoes. <strong>Y/Project </strong>top, $475, <a href="https://shop.nordstrom.com/">shop.nordstrom.com</a>, <strong>Gucci </strong>pants, $1,150, <a href="https://www.gucci.com/us/en/">gucci.com</a>, and stylist’s own collar. <strong>Jacquemus </strong>top, $718, <a href="https://www.jacquemus.com/?v=7516fd43adaa">jacquemus.com</a>, <strong>Palomo </strong>shirt (worn underneath), about $340, <a href="https://www.palomospain.com/">palomospain.com</a>, and <strong>Adidas </strong>pants, $65, <a href="https://www.adidas.com/us">adidas.com</a>.
    CreditPhoto by James Hawkinson. Styled by Jay Massacret

    How Today’s Queer Artists Are Revising History

    By revisiting and refuting the cultural history of the West, this group is using time as its primary medium, looking backward to inform a different kind of gay future.

  2. Jewelry Report

    PhotoClockwise from top left: <strong>Oscar Heyman</strong> bracelet, $180,000, <a href="https://www.oscarheyman.com/">oscarheyman.com</a>. <strong>Verdura</strong> earrings, $22,500, (212) 758-3388. <strong>Chopard</strong> necklace, price on request, <a href="https://www.chopard.com/us/">chopard.com/us</a>. <strong>Gucci High Jewelry</strong> choker, price on request, (877) 482-2430.
    CreditPhoto by Anthony Cotsifas. Styled by Haidee Findlay-Levin. “Bridget Riley,” by Bridget Riley, Robert Kudielka, Eric de Chassey, David Sylvester, Michael Bracewell, John Elderfield, Dave Hickey, Richard Shiff and Frances Spalding, 2019, National Galleries of Scotland

    The Season’s Most Vibrant Jewels

    Dazzling compositions of color — rosy rubies, yellow beryls, azure sapphires — set these kaleidoscopic pieces apart.

  1. Culture Therapist

    PhotoHarold Copping’s “The Dunce” (1886)
    CreditBridgeman Images/Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth, U.K.

    How Can I Sound Smart at a Cocktail Party?

    “The feeling of being an outsider, excluded because you don’t have access to certain signifiers, is a powerful one,” says one of our advice columnists.

  2. PhotoAndrea Fraser, photographed in Los Angeles in September. Hair by Danni Katz at Tracey Mattingly using Unite. Makeup by Grace Phillips at Tracey Mattingly using Chanel Beauty.
    CreditMichael Christopher Brown

    Have We Finally Caught Up With Andrea Fraser?

    For over 30 years, the artist has waged a conceptual battle against the murky ethics of the art world. Now, finally, the larger culture is taking cues from her.

T’s Nov. 17 Travel Issue

More in T’s Nov. 17 Travel Issue »
  1. PhotoRinko Kawauchi’s “Untitled,” from the series “Approaching Whiteness” (2011).
    Credit© Rinko Kawauchi, courtesy of RoseGallery

    Japan in Bloom

    For more than a thousand years, the country’s cherry blossom season has been a source of fascination and wonderment. How did such an infatuation begin?

  2. PhotoA rocky cliff near the beach of Kalamos, on the southeast side of Milos.
    CreditAsako Narahashi

    Around Milos, Swimming the Aegean Sea

    One writer explores the Greek island, discovering not just volcanic caves or ancient ruins but also a deeper connection to the past.

  3. Photo<strong>Missoni</strong> coat, $3,520, scarf, $475, and hat, $720, <a href="https://www.missoni.com/us">missoni.com</a>. <strong>Dior</strong> dress, $5,100, shirt, price on request, skirt, price on request, and bandannas $210 each, (800) 929-3467. <strong>Burberry</strong> gloves, price on request, <a href="https://us.burberry.com/">us.burberry.com</a>.
    CreditPhoto by Viviane Sassen. Styled by Vanessa Reid

    Fashion for a Specific Sort of Island-Hopping

    An organic mix of animal prints, botanical patterns and camo colors are one with nature along Sweden’s Stora Gla lake.

  4. PhotoThe taro fields of the Waipa Foundation, on the north shore of the island of Kauai. The foundation focuses on ecological restoration.
    CreditScott Conarroe

    On Hawaii, the Fight for Taro’s Revival

    The root vegetable was a staple food for centuries until contact with the West. Its return signals a reclamation of not just land but a culture — and a way of life.