What 5 ELLE Editors Need to Survive Fashion Week

What 5 ELLE Editors Need to Survive Fashion Week New York Fashion Week has officially kicked off, and while it’s definitely a privilege to look at beautifully constructed clothes for a living, it’s still a job at the end of the day. And like with any gig, sometimes you need some hyper-specific things to get…

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Simple, Warming and So Loved

Given the choice, I’d rather be in New Mexico at this time of year. It’s harvest time for green chiles, and, across the state, the air is filled with the exhilarating aroma of roasting peppers. Green chile plays a major role in New Mexican cuisine year-round, but the freshly roasted chiles of early fall are…

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Fast and Fuss-Free

Hi and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. I’m back from vacation! It wasn’t exactly weeknight cooking, but I was cooking pretty fast and fuss-free, because who wants to pull out the mandoline at an Airbnb after a day of lazing around at the beach. (And, in fact, that wasn’t an option: My Airbnb didn’t even…

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46 Designers on Their NYFW Collection Inspiration

Leaf Xia

«Leaf Xia’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection is focused on the traditional Tang Dynasty aesthetic with a modern feminine edge. Drawing inspiration from the motifs of the period including the peony, koi fish, and traditional paintings of maids, the color palette includes gladiola red, which serves as a strong accent throughout the collection.»

A Brothy Pasta So Good You May Forget About the Mussels

The best part of a steaming pot of mussels just might be the broth. Garlic-flecked, wine-drenched and suffused with salty brine, it can be so good that sometimes I’ll forget about the mussels themselves. Instead, I’ll focus on mopping up the entire pool of liquid with whatever is in reach — chunks of bread, French…

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There’s Another Tomato Plant in the East River

At first, Matthew Frey thought someone was messing with him. He had been fielding calls from friends and family since The New York Times reported on his discovery: a tomato plant with a single red fruit that he had found growing atop a piling in the East River while he paddled his kayak near the…

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Death by Diet Soda?

Does guzzling diet soda lead to an early demise? There was a collective gasp among Coke Zero and Diet Pepsi drinkers this week after media reports highlighted a new study that found prodigious consumers of artificially sweetened drinks were 26 percent more likely to die prematurely than those who rarely drank sugar-free beverages. The study,…

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Maybe the Best Way to Find Love Is … Not on an App?

Here’s at least one sign that some young adults are disaffected with dating apps. On a sweltering Saturday evening not long ago, 250 men and women in their 20s and 30s packed into a Williamsburg bar without air conditioning to match-make via PowerPoint. Over two hours, a dozen presenters clicked through slides extolling the virtues,…

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Tim Ferriss, the Man Who Put His Money Behind Psychedelic Medicine

The announcement on Wednesday that Johns Hopkins Medicine was starting a new center to study psychedelic drugs for mental disorders was the latest chapter in a decades-long push by health nonprofits and wealthy donors to shake up psychiatry from the outside, bypassing the usual channels. “Psychiatry is one of the most conservative specialties in medicine,”…

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Want to Feel Like a Russian Ballerina? Start With the Tutu

Surfacing A trove of lush Soviet-era tutus can be found hidden in the back room of a small school near Chicago. ImageJulianne Pankau, a ballet student in Tatyana’s Mazur’s class. The gown she wears was brought from the Ukraine, originally made for a role in “La Esmeralda.”CreditWhitten Sabbatini for The New York Times Written by…

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