My Detox: How to Make One Chef’s Zen-Inspired Breakfast

In our series My Detox, T asks creative people to share the homemade recipes they count on to cleanse and refresh. The New York-based chef Camille Becerra works with fresh, seasonal, vibrantly hued ingredients — golden kabocha squash, brilliant red barberries, purple ninja radishes — but not in a manner that, as she puts it,…

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Rainbow Surprise Cake Recipe

The thing that is generally expected to be one of the peaks of a party – and cause an outburst of cheers and hoorays from both young boys and girls and mellower boys and girls – is the cutting up of the cake. This is the moment that draws the attention of everyone present, including…

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Fashion Review: Feminism in the Playground of Dior and Saint Laurent

PARIS — In some ways, Maria Grazia Chiuri, the artistic director of Christian Dior women’s wear, should have been made for this particular sociopolitical moment: a time when a former campaign staffer is no longer afraid to sue the president of the United States for alleged sexual misconduct, and women who kept silent for decades…

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They Left Me Out, and I Saw It All

Welcome to The Edit. Each week in our newsletter, you’ll hear from college students and recent graduates about issues going on in their lives. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. It was my first semester of college, and I was still finding my footing. I rushed and pledged a sorority. I also…

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Readers Respond to ‘When Weddings Ruin Friendships’

Image CreditHeidi Younger Celebrating the beginning of one relationship might just mark the end of another. Maggie Parker’s article, “When Weddings Ruin Friendships,” discussed how some friendships are lost in the wake of a wedding. The article inspired an influx of comments from readers who shared their own tales of tension and ties severed before,…

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Fashion Review: Lanvin Tries (Again) to Turn the Page

Image Lanvin, fall 2019CreditValerio Mezzanotti for The New York Times PARIS — Fourth time lucky? Lanvin, one-time fairy tale of French fashion, has flipped and flopped (more often flopped) so many times since Alber Elbaz, the creative director who gave it modern meaning, was fired in 2015, that it has lost almost all identity: going…

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Are You in College? Modern Love Wants to Hear From You

Welcome to The Edit. Each week in our newsletter, you’ll hear from college students and recent graduates about issues going on in their lives. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Another Valentine’s Day has passed, which means it’s a good time to 1) buy candy and 2) start writing, because the Modern…

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When Your Kindergarten Goes Vegan

The birthdays at Our Beginning are no longer celebrated with organic ice cream. The school’s kitchen makes dairy-free, fruit-based sorbets. This sorbet was the first hint of the change that the Seattle-based day care’s founder, Paula Jones, had long planned. “It’s been on my mind since Day 1,” she said: taking the school vegan. The…

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J. Crew Taps Chris Benz to Head Up Women’s Design

Slaven VlasicGetty Images After a year of experimental moves (the launch of J. Crew Mercantile) and shakeups within the company, J. Crew is looking to start the new year off on a good note, starting with hiring a very familiar face, Chris Benz, to join the «New Crew» as the Head of Women’s Design, Business…

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Travel Tips: How to Become a ‘Digital Nomad’

More than 4.8 million American independent workers describe themselves as digital nomads: extended travelers who work remotely with the help of digital tools like a laptop or smartphone, according to a report by MBO partners, a work force management company. “It was amazing to have the flexibility to build a temporary home anywhere in the…

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