A Tasting Menu That Makes Fewer Demands

This was dinner at Oxalis on a recent night. Clockwise from left, trout with bergamot and lovage; cured sea scallops with watermelon radish; roasted duck and sweet potato with fig-leaf yogurt; beets with marjoram in a wooden bowl; potato cakes with bay leaf and nori chips; a black-and-white dessert of caramelized white chocolate, Meyer lemon…

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Fashion Review: A Designer You Should Know

PARIS — For all the talk of new generations and upstart millennials dictating the agenda these days, the fashion establishment is awfully — how to put this? — mature. For every Bruno Sialelli, 31, who will have his debut here for Lanvin on Wednesday or Daniel Lee, 32, who last week showed his first collection…

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At Lanvin, Trying to Recreate Desire

Image Bruno Sialelli working on his debut collection for Lanvin at the fashion house’s headquarters in Paris. CreditJulien Mignot for The New York Times PARIS — Bruno Sialelli does not look like a knight in shining armor. Clean cut and solidly built, dressed in a blush-colored sweater, checked blouson jacket, wide-cut trousers and sneakers, with…

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Medical News Today: What to know about DEXA scans

A DEXA scan usually assesses or measures bone density. It may also have uses in determining body composition, such as the percentage of lean muscle and fat. The dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) scan uses two low-energy X-ray beams, which doctors direct toward the bones. Using dual energy levels separates the images into two components, including…

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The 52 Places Traveler: A Day in Houston: 3 Meals, 3 Cultures, One City

The 52 Places Traveler The 52 Places Traveler follows his stomach through the city of Houston, finding a staggering diversity along the way. By Sebastian Modak Feb. 26, 2019 Image Quy Hoang, Houston’s first Vietnamese-American pitmaster, spends most of his days manning the smoker at Blood Bros. BBQ in Bellaire. CreditSebastian Modak/The New York Times…

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On Location: For an Atlanta Home of a Certain Age, a Design With Patina

Visitors to the Dewberry, a buzzy hotel in Charleston, S.C., equipped with a massive, curved brass bar, 1960s-style globe lamps and timeworn Poul Kjaerholm sofas, might assume that the developer was a devotee of midcentury modernism. That wouldn’t be exactly right. John Dewberry, who collaborated with the architecture and design firm Workstead on the Dewberry’s…

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Meet the Italian Makers of Luxury

Image Martin Johnston and Lise Bonnet, the co-founders of The Crafted Society, in their showroom in Amsterdam. Mr. Johnston is British and Ms. Bonnet, Dutch.CreditDmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times AMSTERDAM — The Milan collections have drawn to an end. Alessandro Michele of Gucci, bearded and bejeweled, has taken his runway bow. So has…

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