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    Rick Owens, spring 2023.
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    Fashion Review

    The Science of Style

    Nuclear fusion at Chloé and alchemy at Rick Owens. Plus the next era at Off-White.

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    Angelica Hicks in the Richard Quinn look she recreated with a T-shirt, hand-cut black vinyl circles and sparkly mesh strewn with bits of duct tape.
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    Trends From Trash in the TikTok Age

    Angelica Hicks has built a cult following with her witty re-creations of high-fashion outfits made from everyday items in her Brooklyn apartment.

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Unbuttoned

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    The Avatars Wear Prada

    And Balenciaga and Thom Browne. Meta opens a new fashion store for the metaverse. Should you shop?

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    Johnny Depp has been the face of Dior’s Sauvage men’s scent since 2015.
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    Through Weeks of Depp v. Heard, Dior Stood By

    Luxury brands were once notoriously averse to controversy, but the verdict is still out on whether Mr. Depp’s case hurt or helped sales.

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    John Fetterman, the lieutenant governor of Pennsylvania and Democratic Senate candidate, speaking to supporters in May.
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    John Fetterman and the Remaking of Political Image

    The Pennsylvania Democratic candidate for Senate has upended the electability dress code. How will he influence the general election?

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Self-Care

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    Can’t Talk, I’m Busy Being Hot

    A social media movement inspired by the rapper Megan Thee Stallion strikes back at the gatekeepers of beauty.

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    After more than a decade in business, the powdered supplement company Athletic Greens is becoming a household name.
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    You Can’t Outrun Athletic Greens

    In the oversaturated world of wellness, the company has forced itself to the front with prolific podcast ads and a network of influencers.

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    The Worst Foods and Drinks for Your Teeth

    When assessing how likely a given meal, snack or drink is to harm your dental health, there are two main things to consider, experts say.

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Consumption: How we buy, exploit and reuse.

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    Who Made Your Clothes?

    Garment workers around the world make everything from luxury handbags to fast fashion leggings. Here are some of their stories.

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    Spinning yarn inside the DBL factory.
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    H&M’s Different Kind of Clickbait

    The Swedish retailer now lets customers know where nearly every garment it sells is made. Is that enough?

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    Daniel Silverstein of Zero Waste Daniel.
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    The Future Is Trashion

    We make too much and buy too much. But maybe there is a way not to waste too much. The ragpicker of Brooklyn has an idea.

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Runway Fashion Collections

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    Miu Miu: Fall 2020

    See the looks from the Miu Miu: Fall 2020 Collection.

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    Chanel: Fall 2020

    See the looks from the Chanel: Fall 2020 Collection.

On the Runway

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    Karlie Kloss, walking her home “runway”
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    Is This the Future of the Fashion Show?

    The first “high fashion runway show entirely from home” just took place, complete with famous models and designers. The clothes were the least of it.

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    Jennifer Lopez performing in Versace during the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
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    J. Lo and the Power of 50

    At the Super Bowl, she proved “dress your age” has no meaning any more.

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Skin Deep

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    Sunscreen Gets a Glow Up

    It’s more fun, but easy to misuse.

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Jewelry

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    There is revived interest in gold chains, and at the moment, chunkier styles reign. The jewelry supplier Karizia is keeping up with demand by electroplating herringbone necklaces at its factory in Bassano del Grappa, Italy.
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    Italian Jewelers Focus on a Summer of Gold

    In Italy’s Vicenza district, leading jewelers are bringing the heat with styles that nod to the 1980s and 1990s and colorful accents.

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    Julie Dang, who posts on TikTok under the username @jkimdee, has built a following on the platform. Her videos have garnered 1.3 million likes.
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    Talking Jewelry on TikTok

    Influencers say they enjoy the experience but don’t make a lot of money from their efforts.

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Watches

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    Kathleen McGivney, a New York watch collector and co-founder of the RedBar global collector group, at gathering at a pub in London.
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    Selling a Watch Isn’t Easy

    There are many more ways to get your timepiece in front of buyers today, but specialists say the process can be tricky.

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