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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The Designer Making Dreamy Baroque Clothing in Her New York Apartment

Advertisement Raffaella Hanley transforms deadstock materials into enchanting, punkish confections for her label Lou Dallas. Image The designer Raffaella Hanley in her apartment, which doubles as the studio for her label, Lou Dallas.CreditCreditNicholas Calcott By Merrell Hambleton Sept. 12, 2018 The designer Raffaella Hanley has had Dolly Parton on her mind. In the days leading…

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Under the Radar, but Cranked to 11

Advertisement Kozaburo Akasaka, the Japanese men’s wear designer, isn’t chasing fashion week crowds. He’d rather rock. Image Looks from the Kozaburo show at New York Fashion Week.CreditCreditVincent Tullo for The New York Times By Matthew Schneier Sept. 12, 2018 It was dark and loud on Monday night in Ideal Glass, a performance space on East…

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Medical News Today: What is palindromic rheumatism?

Palindromic rheumatism is a rare form of arthritis that causes symptoms to flare up periodically and then disappear, leaving no lasting damage to the joints. Palindromic rheumatism is a form of inflammatory arthritis. This means that it causes inflammation, pain, and swelling around the affected joints. In this article, we take a close look at…

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Browsing: What’s Your Fashion Personality?

Advertisement Browsing Five new labels that are fast gaining a following — and the shoppers who will love them. By Hayley Phelan Sept. 12, 2018 If you follow fashion, chances are you know whether you’re a Chanel girl or a Vetements girl. But what about the labels that are just starting to build a following?…

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With Her New Collection, Danielle Guizio Supports the FDNY

Since founding her New York City-based label in 2014, Danielle Guizio’s ’80s and ’90s vintage inspired-clothing has quickly gathered a cult following. The brand embodies the spirit of NYC modern youth culture with a street-chic aesthetic that effortlessly bridges the gap between feminine ruched dresses and oversized blazers. With It Girl icons such as Kaia…

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Scene City: The Fashion Circus Comes to Town

Advertisement Scene City The decadent parties of New York Fashion Week were more inclusive. At least for those who made the list. Image Vogueing broke out at Telfar’s after-party on Sunday night. CreditCreditAmy Lombard for The New York Times By Ben Detrick Sept. 12, 2018 The fashion tent has grown bigger and more welcoming, if…

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kids today: ‘Chopped’ Contestant Now Designing Clothes. He’s 16.

Advertisement kids today Peter Wenger prepares for his fourth runway show, in SoHo. Image Peter Wenger, «Chopped» alumnus turned fashion designer.CreditCreditAndrew White for The New York Times By Katherine Rosman Sept. 12, 2018 For most students, this week is about getting settled in new classrooms, with final exams and presentations a remote concern. But Peter…

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The Best Photos From New York Fashion Week, Day 6

Advertisement OFF THE RUNWAY Scenes from Oscar de la Renta, Gypsy Sport, Calvin Klein and more. Sept. 12, 2018 Image Backstage at Gabriela Hearst.CreditVincent Tullo for The New York Times The sixth day of New York Fashion Week was host to a both big names like Oscar de la Renta and Calvin Klein and underground…

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