In our 2021 Greats issue, on newsstands Oct. 17, T celebrates four talents — an actress, an artist, a playwright and a fashion designer — who have helped make and change the culture.
Plants that unfurl their petals only in darkness often condense the drama and poetry of their blossoming into one supercharged — and unpredictable — evening.
Born out of the American civil rights movement, Black artists’ coalitions thrived in the 1960s and ’70s. Now, a new generation is discovering their power.
Historically, these spaces were akin to populist pubs. Modern-day iterations allow for an individual retreat — among strangers — in a city lacking privacy.
By Ligaya Mishan and
In a Warsaw warehouse, Marcin Rusak turns decomposing plant material into polished pieces that degrade over time.
By Stephen Wallis and
Since purchasing a 1920s townhouse by Robert Mallet-Stevens, the art and antiques dealer Éric Touchaleaume has been deeply faithful to the architect’s original vision.
By Jean Grogan and
For the latest iteration of its 11.12 pocketbook, the house drew inspiration from its founder’s favorite flower, and from the savoir-faire of its artisans.
This season, the most sought-after briefcases, totes and satchels come adorned with the insignia of their makers.
This season, whimsical textures and saturated hues blend fantasy and utility.
By Toby Coulson and
The playwright has long been celebrated for her ability to write scripts with complicated characters and that address deep social truths. Now — with a new opera, musical, play, and film and an ongoing mission to reform her industry — she’s fully embodying the complexity of her work.
By Susan Dominus