Watch a Designer Make a Shirt From a Copy of The New York Times

The creative director of the Petit H atelier, which turns scraps from Hermès pieces into one-of-a-kind items, accepts T’s challenge to create something in just one hour using only a newspaper and a few craft supplies.CreditCreditGautier Billotte The guiding principle at Petit H, the innovative atelier that transforms discarded materials from the workshops of Hermès…

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Are Necklace Bags the New Fanny Pack?

Between dad shoes, dad bods, and dad hats, you would think our daddy issues would eventually give. But no. Our fraught relationship with paternal style endures and we’re currently inspired by dads on vacation. You know the look, because you watched it up close and personal: the Hawaiian print shirt he bought at the gas…

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Our Best Easter Recipes: Carrot Cake, Scalloped Potatoes, Deviled Eggs and More

Image Sarah Copeland’s cheesy breakfast polenta casserole.CreditRomulo Yanes for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Vivian Lui. Sam Sifton’s glazed holiday ham.CreditRomulo Yanes for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Vivian Lui. Ham, lamb or pork roasts traditionally take center stage on the Easter table. A classic holiday ham (dotted with maraschino cherries and slices…

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Shiseido Wants to Make J-Beauty Happen

YOKOHAMA, Japan — When the skin care company Shiseido opens its 76,000-square-foot “global innovation center” in this city 20 miles south of Tokyo to the public next week, there will be a grand S-shaped staircase for the taking of selfies; a terrace on the 15th floor, also ideal for selfies; and a theater for lectures…

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On the Runway: Fashion Has Become ‘Survival of the Fittest’

Image Andrew Rosen at the American Apparel & Footwear Association’s 39th Annual American Image Awards.CreditDave Kotinsky/Getty Images for AAFA The first day of the rest of Andrew Rosen’s life was April Fools’, but that was a coincidence, not a sign. It was a few days after he had announced he was stepping down as chief…

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City Kitchen: This Is Peak Potato

In Switzerland, they eat a lot of potatoes. Every time I’ve visited, I’ve eaten a lot of potatoes, too. I remember joining friends for a simple farmhouse supper in the countryside. We had boiled potatoes and green salad from the garden. It was a fine meal. You’ll find potato salad, potato gratins and mashed potatoes…

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France Is First to Ban Breast Implants Linked to Rare Cancer

PARIS — France has banned several types of textured breast implants that have been linked to a rare form of cancer. The ban, which covers macro-textured and polyurethane implants, took effect on Friday. It was announced this week by France’s National Agency for Safety of Medicines and Health Products, or ANSM, in a letter to…

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A Good Appetite: A Sprightly Brisket for Your Passover Table

Braised brisket is warming, cozy, rich and hearty, a perfect wintry meal to serve when temperatures plunge and snow piles up. But what about in the spring, during Passover? No matter how pink the tulips or yellow the forsythia, when Seder-celebrating cooks plan their menu, a stodgy brown brisket is almost always on it. It’s…

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My Space: A Tour of Designer Charles de Lisle’s Rustic Cabin in Sonoma

Charles de Lisle Age: 50 Occupation: Designer Location: Sonoma County, Calif. Favorite Room: After looking for land in the area for 20 years, Mr. de Lisle and his partner, Ralph Dennis, who live mostly in Mill Valley, Calif., bought a kit house on six acres. The living room of their weekend retreat is, like the…

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