Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Collar: A Pointed History

ImageRuth Bader Ginsburg on Supreme Court class photo day in 2010.Credit...Doug Mills/The New York TimesIn 2014, the Supreme Court Justice ...
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On Racism and British Fashion

“I’ve always considered myself an outsider,” Osman Yousefzada said last week, sitting on a park bench near his home in ...
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The Flight Goes Nowhere. And It’s Sold Out.

In August, Nadzri Harif, a D.J. at Kristal FM radio station in Brunei, set foot in an airport for the ...
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Surviving Fashion’s Summer From Hell

In late April, Amy Smilovic began streaming live from the Instagram account of her fashion label, Tibi. About once a ...
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The Most Surreal Moments From New York Fashion Week

Mike CoppolaGetty Images While some New York designers opted out of showing during the spring/summer 2021 season—including industry heavy hitters ...
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Last Minute Gift Ideas For All Those Fall Birthdays

BettmannGetty Images Birthday season is officially upon us, and that means a good portion of your contact list is having ...
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Shopping for Fashion, Six Months On

Will shopping ever return to the way it was before the age of coronavirus? Probably not in 2020.ImageShopping at Selfridges ...
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A Playlist of Your Favorite Cover Songs

Welcome. Last week I asked you to send your favorite cover songs. We received a fantastic assortment of tracks, some ...
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Christian Liaigre, Minimalist Interior Designer, Dies at 77

Christian Liaigre, a French interior and furniture designer whose muscular and elegant objects in wood, bronze and leather were emblematic ...
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Inside the Social World of Shift-Scheduling Apps

Zoom fatigue, layoffs in Slack chat, reply-all meltdowns and the general destruction of work-life boundaries: The digitized plight of the ...
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Black Fashion Fair Launches One-Stop Shop for Black Designers

From hot takes on the buzziest fashion shows and the latest happenings in the industry to Outfit of the Day ...
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Christian Siriano and Tom Ford Have an Unexpected Mind-Meld

Christian Siriano, late of “Project Runway” (first as a contestant, then as chief mentor in the reinvented series), has never ...
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Love Letter: A Mother’s Secret Love

When you become an adult, it’s not unusual to learn something new about the person, or people, who raised you ...
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Christian Siriano Splashes Down in Connecticut for Spring 2021

It wasn’t supposed to be this way.In another dimension—the one where science isn’t “an opinion,” where health is a human ...
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The Most Famous People in America

Bobby: Though it’s important to note that Exceedingly Popular Academics Online is ALSO the most divisive. There’s actually more disagreement ...
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Exhume President Warren G. Harding? Family Feuds in Court

There is no real dispute that James Blaesing is the grandson of Warren G. Harding and his mistress. But the ...
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Help! My Boss Is a Conspiracy Theorist

Send questions about the office, money, careers and work-life balance to workfriend@nytimes.com. Include your name and location, or a request ...
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The Burberry Show Was Not About a Cult

It is almost impossible these days to see billowing orange smoke in a densely wooded forest and not feel portents ...
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Carole Baskin of ‘Tiger King’ Gets Her Own Show

Carole Baskin, the animal rights activist who gained national attention while sparring with exotic tiger keepers on the popular Netflix ...
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Tale of a Classic SoHo Loft

Linda Sampson bought her loft in SoHo back in 1972 for $15,000. “That was a lot,” said Ms. Sampson, an ...
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Calla Lilies and a Mantilla Bridge Three Generations

After Alicia Castilla Zelek got home from her first date with Alexander Robert Mantel in August 2017, she could not ...
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Brought Together by a Friendly Cupid

Erica Ann Fugger and Viswanaath Gowri Sanker like to joke that they owe their relationship to a friend who played ...
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In Quarantine, Their Romance Blossomed

Anne Huntington met Sam Sharma through a mutual friend in Manhattan in December 2019 and married him on Sept. 7, ...
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In Prague, a House Without a Key

Set on a sloped plot above Prague in the city’s Troja district, Villa Sophia has no keys, no light switches ...
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Ann Getty, Publisher and Bicoastal Arts Patron, Is Dead at 79

Ann Getty, a savvy former California farm girl who married into one of the world’s wealthiest families and transformed herself ...
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Rihanna Announces the Return of the Savage x Fenty Fashion Show

The Savage x Fenty fashion show will soon be back and better than ever. In a video uploaded today, Rihanna ...
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A Telfar x Ugg Collaboration Is Coming Soon

If there's one designer who can make his customers feel things, it's Telfar Clemens. Telfar fans aren't just shoppers but ...
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What Can I Say to the ‘QAnon Mom’ Next Door?

For four years, my family has been great friends with the family next door. Their kids are the same age ...
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The Resurrection of Imitation of Christ

Amanda Demme/Courtesy of the Subject Style Points is a weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world.When Imitation ...
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Private Tutors, Pop-Up Schools or Nothing at All: How Employers Are Helping Parents

ImageLilly and Dylan Taylor attend remote school at their mother’s empty office in Portland, Ore. Her company, Kinesis, hired a ...
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Fall’s Almost Here. Can We Still Go Apple Picking?

Across much of the country, fall is the season of apple-picking, corn mazes, winery harvests and Halloween hauntings, luring day-trippers ...
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Is This the End of the New York Yoga Studio?

On an afternoon in late July, Amy Quinn Suplina met two of her longtime employees in an airy street-front room ...
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Saying Goodbye to Century 21

The fashion industry is in a state of emergency. This has been made clear not only by the mounting bankruptcies ...
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Martha Stewart, Blissed Out on CBD, Is Doing Just Fine

“Have you tasted them yet?” Martha Stewart asked. She was standing in her kitchen in Bedford, N.Y., speaking over Zoom ...
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Snapshots of an Extraordinary Moment in Time

At 3 a.m. from my bathroom window the call of an owl breaking the night’s silence. —Leota Fulkerson, 65, South ...
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Diversity: A Movement, Not a Moment

Slow and steady in its progress, the scrappy indie incubator known as NYMD (for New York Men’s Day) finally managed ...
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Harlem’s Fashion Row Designers Created the Coolest Kids Collection

Janie and Jack rolls out very cute wares for the small set seasonally. But its most recent collection has a ...
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The Hosts of ‘Back Issue’ Want to Throw It Back

Remember when watching the sitcoms “Martin” and “Living Single” or the variety show “In Living Color” meant that it was ...
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Oculus Quest 2 Review: Solid V.R. Headset, but Few Games

A group of five boxers and I recently threw punches to upbeat music while an instructor egged us on. By ...
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Sweatpants Are Not Forever

So to New York Fashion Week, the first event of the pandemic-doused world that may provide at least the inkling ...
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That Mushroom Motorcycle Jacket Will Never Go Out of Style

There are traditionally two ways to make a leather jacket. One involves a cow, and takes years. Another involves synthetic ...
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Help! My Very Direct Flight Added a Stop and So Many More Passengers

Dear Tripped Up,I recently bought Allegiant Air tickets from Cleveland to Orlando, Fla., and was told while booking that if ...
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Which Plants Should You Move Indoors for Fall?

Apologies to the Clash, but it’s time to decide: Should it stay or should it go now? From the canna ...
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It’s (Nearly) Fall: Which Plants Can You Bring Inside?

Apologies to the Clash, but it’s time to decide: Should it stay or should it go now? From the canna ...
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Celebrities Plan an ‘Instagram Freeze,’ but Reaction Is Icy

BERKELEY, Calif. — One by one, celebrities came forward this week to say they were sick of the misinformation and ...
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Nordstrom Rack’s Taking Up to 50% off Ugg’s Super-Cozy Shoes

Courtesy Classic Mini Fluff Boot UGG nordstromrack.com $99.97 Remember shoes? After spending six months (!!) at home, wearing heels or ...
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72 Times North West Looked Chicer Than You

Josiah KamauGetty Images Tutus and Timberlands: Throughout her seven-year life, North West has been a little style icon. Relive her ...
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Where Does Fashion Go From Here?

COLLAGE BY MAXWELL N. BURNSTEIN The COVID-19 pandemic forced the industry to reflect on what needs to change, and the ...
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Jeremy Scott Trusts in the Emotional Power of Fashion

When Jeremy Scott began showing in Paris with, as he puts it, "two cents, a shoestring, and a prayer," he ...
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Brandon Maxwell Is Giving Himself the Gift of Grace Right Now

After a breakneck couple of years, Brandon Maxwell has learned the value of slowing down. The 2019 CFDA Womenswear Designer ...
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How Aurora James Took the 15 Percent Pledge From an Instagram Post to a 501(c)(3)

Since starting her brand Brother Vellies in 2013, Aurora James has always sought to help right the industry's wrongs—from utilizing ...
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«Hedonistic Luxury Is Dead»: Gabriela Hearst On Why Sustainability Is Imperative

Stephen LovekinShutterstock When we caught up with Gabriela Hearst this summer, the sustainability champion remained optimistic about the future of ...
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Virgil Abloh Has No Plans of Slowing Down

When so many “fashion people” speak in tentative, pre-digested sound bites, Virgil Abloh’s candor and refusal to go along with ...
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Maria Grazia Chiuri Wants Fashion to Abandon «Shameful Wastefulness»

For Dior's artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri, the lockdown was a time for reflection on everything from sustainability to the ...
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Can the Sustainability Movement Sustain Itself?

Victor VIRGILEGetty Images “When it comes to energy, we need to look to the future, and when it comes to ...
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Indya Moore Wants Fashion to Stop Romanticizing Whiteness

When I spoke with model and Pose star Indya Moore back in May, they were quarantining in, in their words, ...
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Giorgio Armani Says Fashion Needs to «Do Less and Do It Better»

Giorgio Armani has always had a singular vision. Back in late February when cases of COVID-19 were beginning to rise ...
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IMG’s Ivan Bart On What’s Next For the Modeling Industry

When we spoke over the summer, Ivan Bart, the President of IMG Models & Fashion, was keeping busy celebrating his ...
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Bethann Hardison Never Wanted to Start a Modeling Agency

The fashion industry has changed significantly since model-turned-advocate Bethann Hardison got her start in a Garment District button factory. As ...
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What Will Fashion Shows Look Like in the Future?

Shortly before fears of COVID-19 swept through this spring’s Fashion Week, fashion show production maestro Alexandre de Betak was already ...
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Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim Are Making Eveningwear For Nights At Home

This summer, when I spoke with Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim, who are co-creative directors of both Oscar de la ...
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«Nothing’s Ever Going to Be the Same»: Donatella Versace On What’s Next For Fashion

After months of lockdown, Milan had recently re-opened, with workers flooding back to offices, and Donatella Versace was happy to ...
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How Fashion is Championing Designers of Color and Working to Create Lasting Change

“I learned pretty early on that press doesn’t pay the bills,” says Harlem’s Fashion Row founder and CEO Brandice Daniel ...
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Stella McCartney Is Realistic But Hopeful

During the height of the pandemic, one of fashion's foremost eco-warriors found ample reason to be hopeful for the future ...
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What Does the Future of Modeling Look Like?

Indya Moore has been getting creative. The model and Pose star has been turning laundry bins, chairs, and pieces of ...
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Gen Zers Say Silicon Valley Is Elitist and Exclusive. Can They Build a New System?

For young people, breaking into the cutthroat tech industry — or any industry, really — has become far more difficult ...
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A Civil War Political Movement Reawakens — Complete With Capes

In January, the artist Hank Willis Thomas began enigmatically summoning designers, musicians and activists he knew to his studio in ...
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The Lamp Was a Clue to a Life I Didn’t Know My Mother Had

My mother saved an immense amount of stuff. That’s something of a burden: What to do with it all? But ...
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A Complete List of the CFDA Fashion Award Winners of 2020

While this year's CFDA Fashion Awards lacked the pomp and circumstance offered by its usual star-studded red carpet (we will ...
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College Kids Are Freaking Out About Their Infected Campuses

For Daniel Gardner, 19, a junior at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va., the dread and dejection set in before ...
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What Happened at New York’s First Pandemic Fashion Show?

Jason Wu said he was feeling Zen, swiveling in an office chair in his studio near Penn Station.It was Saturday ...
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Lululemon Just Restocked Its Sale Section—Here’s What to Buy

Courtesy Let's be honest: Shopping for fall clothes looks very different this year. Instead of investing in cute flannels, jeans, ...
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Auction Prices That Take Your Breath Away

Sale prices that wildly exceed expectations give a jolt of excitement to art auctions. In the prepandemic days of live ...
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On the Eve of New York Fashion Week, What’s Next?

Last season, the rising tide of Covid-19 lapped at fashion’s heels as the style set moved from city to city, ...
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Spice Up Your Pandemic Love Life

For many people, the monotony of the last 160-plus days has depleted just about everything. You aren’t alone if you ...
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Terence Conran, Designer and Retail Magnate, Is Dead at 88

Terence Conran, a London designer and retailing magnate who eased the gloom of postwar British austerity with stylish home furnishings ...
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How to Build a Soma Cube

Sonobe modules follow the rules of traditional modular origami, beginning with a flat square of paper and then combining pieces ...
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How to Declutter Your Digital Life

Working remotely may have eliminated your commute and allowed you to spend the day in your pajamas, but it also ...
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Who Is Paris Hilton, Really?

Lounging cross-legged on her bed at home in Beverly Hills and wearing a turquoise hoodie, Paris Hilton appeared at ease ...
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Shere Hite, Who Challenged Myths of Female Sexuality, Dies at 77

Shere Hite, who startled the world in the 1970s with her groundbreaking reports on female sexuality and her conclusion that ...
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The Woman Taking Over TikTok at the Toughest Time

Six weeks ago, as TikTok grappled with escalating tensions between the United States and China, the social media app’s top ...
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How to Stay Toasty Outdoors this Fall

Summer is almost over, but outdoor socializing doesn’t have to end. So before you light up the firepit, here are ...
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Keep Track of the Tiny Details

Welcome. I like to get up while it’s dark, before anyone else has begun to stir, walking through the apartment ...
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Lanvin Unites With Ballroom House of Xclusive-Lanvin For Ongoing Partnership

To understand ballroom culture is to know the inner workings of the house. In the ball community, "houses" refer to ...
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Staying Fit With Ziggy Marley

Ziggy Marley, the eldest son of the reggae icon Bob Marley and Rita Marley, isn’t letting the pandemic get in ...
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Corey Knight, a Rising Actor from Brooklyn

Name: Corey KnightAge: 23Hometown: East Flatbush, BrooklynNow Lives: A one-bedroom apartment in the Prospect-Lefferts Gardens section of Brooklyn.Claim to Fame: ...
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Franzia’s Wine-Dispensing Backpack Is Your New Picnic BFF

We all wish to be as fearless and unbothered as Rihanna carrying a glass of wine (sometimes even a bottle) ...
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Love Letter: Ever Obsessed Over an Instagram Crush?

If you’ve been admiring a certain someone from afar, social media has made it incredibly easy to find out almost ...
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Kerby Jean-Raymond and Kering Launch Your Friends in New York

David M. BenettGetty Images Kerby Jean-Raymond and Kering are looking to empower the next generation of innovators. Today, the founder ...
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Travis Scott Meets McDonald’s in a Partnership of Merchandising Minds

During my childhood years, my family’s kitchen cabinets used to be lousy with the sorts of commemorative glassware you’d get ...
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That Roof Deck Makes for a Nice One-Room Schoolhouse

Vanessa Phillips was sold on a two-bedroom apartment at One Hundred Barclay, a luxury condo conversion in TriBeCa, because of ...
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Jerry Lorenzo, the Designer Behind the Cult Label Fear of God

After deliberating for two years before releasing his seventh collection, Jerry Lorenzo, the designer behind Fear of God, shifted hard ...
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Back to School With Tan France

Three years ago at an Embassy Suites in Glendale, Calif., Antoni Porowski spotted his soon-to-be co-star Tan France in the ...
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Larry Wilmore Doesn’t Miss Late Night, but He’s Back Anyway

Back when Larry Wilmore was about to introduce “The Nightly Show,” his short-lived late-night series on Comedy Central, he saw ...
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After the After-Parties, Act 1, Scene 1

Shauna Lauren Perlman and Julie Sujin Oh were on familiar turf as they went from party to partyafter the 2014 ...
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Always on Each Other’s Mind

When Dr. Caitlin Nicholson and Emily Reeves were introduced in 2011 at Dartmouth College, there was, Dr. Nicholson will assure ...
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One Question Left on the Board

Shortly after they began dating, Lina-Marie Mano and Andrew Silvestri started playing a game called 20 questions.“We made individual lists ...
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The Perfect Mix: Politics and Comedy

When Chelsea Connor first saw Will Carey, all 6 feet 7 inches of him, in June 2014, he was onstage ...
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A Relationship Built on Resiliency

Dr. Lisa Jacobs had low expectations for online dating. So low in fact, that after matching on Tinder in December ...
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Normal People Are Our New Muses

Gucci: Courtesy of the brandInstagram Style Points is a new weekly column about how fashion intersects with the wider world.Jeannette ...
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