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    The Greats

    In our 2020 Greats issue, out Oct. 25, T celebrates five talents who, in mastering their crafts, have changed their fields — and the culture at large.

    1. PhotoHere, tea ingredients of rose, chamomile and lemon verbena are shown in their natural, harvested and dried states.
      CreditFujio Emura

      How to Create Your Own Herbal Tea Garden

      For these uncertain times, a step-by-step guide to growing brew-friendly plants at home, and using them to make infusions that soothe and restore.


  1. The Artists

    PhotoJammie Holmes’s “Four Brown Chairs,” 2020.
    CreditCourtesy of the Dallas Museum of Art

    Four Black Men, Lost in Thought

    With this new painting, Jammie Holmes challenges the viewer to speculate about the unspoken worries weighing on his subjects.

T's Oct. 4 Design & Luxury Issue

More in T's Oct. 4 Design & Luxury Issue ›
  1. PhotoWilliam Pickens III with his son John on their private beach.
    CreditJon Henry

    On Long Island, a Beachfront Haven for Black Families

    In the 1930s, a group of trailblazing African-Americans bought plots for themselves in Sag Harbor, establishing a close-knit community that’s spanned multiple generations.


  2. PhotoIn the living room, Rex and Regina coffee tables from Casa Tosca, a custom rug by Fedora Design, a sofa upholstered in C&C Milano’s velvet Fenice with antique passementerie and artwork by Cornelia Parker, flanked by octagonal sconces designed by Castellini Baldissera and a 16th-century armoire painted with a view of Montalcino.
    CreditGuido Taroni

    A Colorful Homecoming for a Milanese Designer

    After living around the world, Nicolò Castellini Baldissera has returned to the city in which his family — and his heart — has always resided.

    By Nancy Hass and