Coco Chanel Goes West in New Chanel Film

As part of Chanel’s ongoing series of short films, Inside Chanel, the brand explores the history of Chanel, the Chanel woman, and the secrets of the house’s manufacturing. Today the house revealed Chapter 25, which encompasses Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel and her love of America. After being welcomed to New York in 1931 and inducted into…

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The New Old Age: Ageism: A ‘Prevalent and Insidious’ Health Threat

Image CreditLizzie Gill It happened about a year ago. I stepped off the subway and spotted an ad on the station wall for a food delivery service. It read: “When you want a whole cake to yourself because you’re turning 30, which is basically 50, which is basically dead.” After a bunch of us squawked…

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Everything You Need To Know About The Met Gala 2019

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual Costume Institute Gala, more commonly known as The Met Gala, is one of fashion’s biggest nights. From haute couture to risk-taking beauty, The Met Gala has spawned some of the most memorable fashion moments of all time. With less than two weeks down to the annual event, here is…

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15 Summer Beach Outfits That Are Instagram-Ready

Courtesy We love a strategically staged bikini shot, but there’s more to beach style than choosing the perfect one-piece. It’s the time to be bold: Rethink your beach outfit with resurrected classics, experiment with unexpected trends, and a (re)try a type of pant we thought died in 2001. Read on to see 15 sand-appropriate looks…

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Five Weeknight Dishes: What a Cookbook Author Actually Eats for Dinner

Hi and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes. This week we’re celebrating Priya Krishna, a beloved member of the extended NYT Food fam, whose cookbook “Indian-ish” was published this week (and made our list of the best new cookbooks this spring). Priya reports, she writes, she makes videos, she collaborated with her mother, Ritu Krishna, to…

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Turning 125 Years Old

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center held a gala at Cipriani Wall Street on April 18. The same night, the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House celebrated 125 years at its gala at Cipriani 42nd Street. And WNET, the public television station, held a benefit at the Plaza hotel on April 22.

Trevor Noah Thinks Kids Can Handle the Truth

It’s easy to see how “Born a Crime,” Trevor Noah’s funny and devastating memoir of growing up mixed race in South Africa, became a best seller. Less predictable was the success of the book’s young readers’ edition, published this month and aimed at children 8 and up. I asked the comedian and talk show host…

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3 Women Speak Honestly About Life as a New Mom

Whether you’re a mother, hope to have children some day, or simply know someone who answers to «Mom,» Mother’s Day is a special time to reflect on the unique journey of having a little one. To celebrate all of the moments that go into raising a child—from the mesmerizing moment when you first meet your…

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Up Next: Zsela Sings Moody Ballads for the Fashion and Art Set

Zsela Thompson Age: 24 Hometown: Brooklyn Now Lives: Cat-sitting at a friend’s one-bedroom apartment in Chinatown, after a three-month stint in Los Angeles. Claim to Fame: Zsela Thompson is a rising singer and songwriter of melodic, folksy ballads popular with the bicoastal art and fashion scene. She is still a relative unknown, but her songbird…

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