T’s Best Photos From Milan Fashion Week

This season, the Milan shows delivered drama in spades, even with Gucci off the schedule (the Italian house will unveil its spring collection in Paris). Versace’s presentation of barely-there miniskirts and oversize blazers in traffic-stopping colors opened with a bang: The first model down the runway was the ’90s super Shalom Harlow. Etro took a…

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Front Burner: Honeys With a Twist

Zach & Zoe Sweet Bee Farm is a newcomer to the lower level Chelsea Local area in Chelsea Market selling a collection of unusual flavored raw honeys. It’s a small stand run by Summer Johnson, who makes the honeys with her husband, Kam Johnson, in New Jersey at their farm and in a commercial kitchen,…

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Un viaggio nell’economia sommersa dell’Italia

I presunti sforzi, da parte di alcuni marchi di beni di lusso e dei fornitori leader, di ridurre i costi senza compromettere la qualità hanno messo a dura prova coloro che operano nel profondo del settore. È difficile quantificare il numero degli interessati. In base ai dati Istat, in Italia, nel 2015, 3,7 milioni di…

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The Best Shoes from Milan Fashion Week

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The New Fendi x Fila Mash-Up Started With a DM

Getty ImagesANDREAS SOLARO The Scottish artist Hey Reilly uses his Instagram account, @hey_reilly, not for filtered vacation shots or self-pro- motional posts, but to create collisions of what he calls “brandalized” images: Lord Voldemort posing for Louis Vuitton; Justin Bieber pap shots grafted onto Balenciaga ads; a Céline campaign featuring the one and only Ms.…

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Never Heard of Bolivian Wine? That May Be About to Change

There are also pockets of grape varietals that were originally brought from the Canary Islands by the Spanish, like torrontés and pedro giménez in whites and negra criolla in reds. Vicchoqueña is a mutant of negra criolla that yields a wine akin to pinot noir. The Valle de los Cintis, north of Tarija, is the…

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The Best Bags from Milan Fashion Week

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Front Burner: Sophisticated Spreads From the Heartland

For some time now, La Quercia, the cured meat company in Norwalk, Iowa, has been selling its version of ’nduja, a spicy spreadable proscuitto popular in Calabria in Southern Italy. Now it has added two more similar concoctions: ground pancetta and pesto bianco made with seasoned lardo (pork fat). They’re great to keep on hand…

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Front Burner: Pot and Strainer All in One

This roomy new pot has rows of holes in the lid, which locks in place, so the cook can drain liquid while keeping the food, like vegetables or pasta, in the vessel. At five and a half quarts, it’s big enough to accommodate long pasta like linguine. The interior of the hard anodized aluminum pot…

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Front Burner: Soju, Straight From New York

Daniel Lee introduced soju, the popular Korean spirit, to his friend at George Washington University, Maxwell Fine, some time ago in New York. The two decided to make their own without artificial sweeteners and other additives, as a sideline to their day jobs in finance and law. Named for the Manhattan block known as Koreatown,…

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