Net-a-Porter Scouted New FW19 Vanguard Brands Through Instagram

To lead or not to lead? That is the question that Net-a-Porter set out to answer when it launched the Vanguard, a program for dawning designers who receive mentorship from and have their labels stocked by the e-commerce site. In the Vanguard’s third season, Net-a-Porter has announced the four new brands it plans to catapult…

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How to Cook for Every Back-to-School Meal

Anyone with children knows the particular brand of anxiety that can take hold as soon as you’re tasked with feeding them on a school night. No matter how long you’ve been cooking, you can walk in the door, open the refrigerator and not have a single idea about what to make. This was especially common…

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Pubic Hair Removal Does Not Raise Sexually Transmitted Infection Risk

Women who remove their pubic hair do not increase their risk for sexually transmitted diseases, a new report suggests, despite a common belief and some recent research suggesting they do. Researchers studied rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia among 214 female students at a large Midwestern university. More than half reported “extreme grooming” — the removal…

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Medical News Today: What are the best yogurts for diabetes?

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Put My Face on Your Jacket So I Know It’s Real

In August, Joe Jonas was spotted out in New York City donning a dark blue denim jacket emblazoned with a large portrait of Sophie Turner’s Game of Thrones character, Sansa Stark. The middle Jo Bro has sartorially displayed admiration for his wife before, but the custom-made piece featuring Stark’s imposing visage took it to another…

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The T List: What to See, Eat and Wear This Week

Welcome to the T List, a brand-new newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we’ll be sharing five things we are eating, wearing, listening to or coveting now. We hope you’ll join us for the ride. (Sign up here, if you haven’t already, and you can reach us at tlist@nytimes.com.) See This New…

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Johns Hopkins Opens New Center for Psychedelic Research

Since childhood, Rachael Petersen had lived with an unexplainable sense of grief that no drug or talk therapy could entirely ease. So in 2017 she volunteered for a small clinical trial at Johns Hopkins University that was testing psilocybin, the active ingredient in magic mushrooms, for chronic depression. “I was so depressed,” Ms. Petersen, 29,…

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A Tomato Grows in the East River

On a wooden piling in the waters off Brooklyn Bridge Park, a lone red fruit grows between Pier 1, right next to the Brooklyn Bridge, and Pier 2. Sure, it’s tomato season, but this one seems to have materialized without the aid of any planter or gardener. “I saw the yellow blossoms and paddled over…

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Thebe Magugu Wins LVMH Prize for Young Designers

LONDON — Thebe Magugu, a 25-year-old South African designer known for powerful and politicized women’s wear collections inspired by the social complexities of his home country, has won the 2019 LVMH Prize for emerging talent. He is the first African designer to be awarded the prize, the most lucrative in the industry. The prize was…

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