The CFDA Announces the Full List of Nominees for Its 2020 Fashion Awards

The 2020 CFDA Fashion Awards are moving ahead, but with a few changes. Earlier this year, the Council of Fashion Designers of America announced that it had postponed the in-person ceremony (dubbed by industry insiders as “fashion prom”) as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The new date is September 14, when winners of the…

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All the Best Looks From Resort 2021

The very thought of crawling through TSA still makes our sanitized skin crawl, so the idea of taking a vacation still feels farfetched. But even if you can’t book a room at an all-inclusive resort, the resort 2021 collections are extensive enough to soothe your wanderlust. Virtually jet off with Chanel to Capri, visit Gucci’s…

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A Setup That Was Meant to Be

About four years ago, David Strauss was separated but not yet divorced when he and a friend, having just finished playing tennis in Mamaroneck, N.Y., decided to have a bite to eat at the yacht and tennis club. Mr. Strauss’s friend recognized a couple, Susan and Stephen Flaxman, at a table, and the two men…

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Vivienne Westwood Dresses Like a Canary for Julian Assange

LONDON — Four months after Britain went into lockdown, most office workers have yet to return to the City of London. The once heaving thoroughfares of this global financial hub, also known as the “Square Mile,” have remained largely empty since March. But just after 8 a.m Tuesday, a yelling scrum of photographers, reporters and…

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China Uses W.H.O. Inquiry to Tout Coronavirus Response

Chinese officials are hailing a visit by a team of experts sent to Beijing by the World Health Organization to investigate the source of the coronavirus as evidence that the country is a responsible and transparent global power. But the investigation by the W.H.O. is likely to take many months and could face delays. For…

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That ‘Home Office’ of Yours? It Needs an Upgrade

If you’ve been working from home for months and have concluded that this situation is unlikely to end anytime soon, you may be giving your makeshift work space a serious second look. You’re not alone. “We’ve been getting a lot of people asking about ways they can improve their home-office scenarios — both past clients…

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New insights into anxiety

Tension while waiting for test results, the fear of not making it, the feeling of being under pressure, apprehension: these emotional states often come with physical illnesses like backache, headache, nausea, tachycardia, tremors, difficulty breathing, dizziness. These illnesses, which vary in intensity and duration, are all associated with anxiety, which includes a variety of disorders.…

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WashU-developed holograms help physicians during cardiac procedure

Bringing a little bit of science fiction into an operating room, a team of engineers and physicians at Washington University in St. Louis has shown for the first time that using a holographic display improves physician accuracy when performing a procedure to treat irregular heartbeat. Jennifer N. Avari Silva, MD, associate professor of pediatrics at…

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American Cancer Society, Emerson Collective grants support collaborative online research

The American Cancer Society and Emerson Collective have launched a partnership to support innovative, collaborative research projects using TheoryLab®, the American Cancer Society’s online platform for funded researchers. The TheoryLab Collaborative (TLC) Grant mechanism is designed to support new and transdisciplinary collaborations among TheoryLab users to explore high-risk ideas, including Covid-19 research relevant to cancer…

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