Marc Jacobs and the End of Fashion

Advertisement After a crazy-long wait, the designer delivered a beautiful collection. Is that still enough? By Vanessa Friedman Sept. 13, 2018 Image Marc Jacobs, spring 2019.CreditLandon Nordeman for The New York Times Once upon a time, during fashion weeks far, far away, Marc Jacobs was a famous abuser of other people’s time. His shows routinely…

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Medical News Today: How does rheumatoid arthritis affect the wrists?

People with rheumatoid arthritis often have symptoms in their wrists. A range of exercises can help reduce these symptoms, which include pain and stiffness. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects over 1.3 million Americans. The hands, wrists, and knees are the areas commonly affected. In this article, we look at how RA affects the wrists, along with…

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Gifts That Help Slow the Pace

Advertisement Planning a wedding and getting married is stressful and exhausting; give a gift that helps make post-wedding time-off more relaxing. By Marianne Rohrlich Sept. 13, 2018 Image The wedding is over and now it’s time to slow down. What might be a helpful gift for newlyweds looking to switch up their hectic routine? Forget…

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36 Hours: 36 Hours in Lugano

Advertisement 36 Hours The capital of Ticino, Switzerland’s Italian-speaking canton, has its own distinctive culinary, wine and cultural scene, not to mention casinos and serene views across an alpine lake. Image A view of Lugano, with Lake Lugano in the distance.CreditCreditAndrea Wyner for The New York Times By Andrew Ferren Sept. 13, 2018 Lugano is…

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Travel Tips: Five Underrated Things to Pack for Every Trip

I’ve spent the majority of the last five years as a digital nomad, living and working in over 40 countries. Because of this, I tend to travel fairly light. I’ve also tried countless travel gadgets, and found most are a waste of money and space. Instead, here are five universally useful, perhaps unexpected, items I…

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When Your Child Believes Meat Is Murder

Reed Mangels, a nutrition adviser for the Vegetarian Resource Group, said such conflicts are an opportunity to practice tolerance, learning how to live with and get along with people of differing viewpoints. Susan Levin, director of nutrition education for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a nonprofit that promotes a plant-based diet, said studies show…

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Barbara Gould, Model in a Famously Long-Lived TV Spot, Dies at 81

Most television commercials have relatively short shelf lives. The conventional wisdom says that repeated viewings bring advertisers diminishing returns. One particular ad in the New York market of the 1970s and ’80s defied that rule so spectacularly that its very longevity became the subject of news stories. It was for the Ritz Thrift Shop, a…

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Pioneer Women Are Roaming the City

On the Friday before Labor Day Alexa Chung, the perennial “It” girl, Instagrammed a selfie wearing a floor-length, persimmon-colored dress of her own design with ruffles at the neck and a darted bodice. Her caption read: “A throwback Friday, if you will (to the 1800s).” Silky and saloon ready, Ms. Chung’s ensemble seemed a fitting…

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Modern Love: Listen: Ethan Hawke Reads ‘Learning Humanity From Dogs’

Unlike most humans, dogs love without question or condition. On this week’s Modern Love podcast, Ethan Hawke reads “Learning Humanity From Dogs,” a story about how the affection of two 150-pound St. Bernards transforms an alcoholic’s life. Now sober, remarried and a father of twins, the author of the essay, Pauls Toutonghi, lives in Portland,…

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No Woman Has Ever Done Marianne Eaves’ Job Before

Utterly unique, multi-faceted, and stronger than first impressions might have you believe, the correlation between woman and diamond is undeniable. To celebrate The Forevermark Tribute™ Collection, we’re sharing the stories of strong, accomplished women who are more than the sum of all their parts. Advertisement — Continue Reading Below Imagine if your job had never…

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