Monthly Archives: July 2014

Diego Della Valle Speaks Up

The executive had a few suggestions for Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi through the columns of Italy’s daily La Repubblica on Thursday.

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A Summer for the Books

T Magazine: What to See and Do in Montreal, From the Local Designer Arielle de Pinto

The Canadian designer with the global following shares her suggestions for shopping, dining and more in the Quebecois city.



I Was Misinformed: The Steamy ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Trailer Deserves Some Answers

Nobody really cares about how realistic a portrayal of journalism or the business world “Fifty Shades of Grey” is going to be. What they want is relationship advice. Here it is.



Tara Reid Created a ‘Lavender’ Shark Perfume


Entrepreneur (per her website) Tara Reid has created a new perfume. And the first step for a businessperson with any savvy is to think about ways to leverage synergy within a brand. Hmmm, thought Reid, sales of celebrity fragrances are down, so my plans for Tara by Tara Reid are … More »



Reverse Parenting: Defending Their Worldly Possessions

To clear a house of generational clutter, it’s time to call in an estate appraiser, which leads to an unexpected reaction.



Social Q’s: Words With Friends

Addressing a husband’s gibes about romance, and other questions about roommate issues, well-meaning acquaintances and the parents of the happy couple.



Meet Reuben Reuel, the Young Designer Who’s Already Dressed Beyoncé


Beyoncé recently posted a picture of herself on Instagram posing against a white wall in a belted top and contrasting pencil skirt; the next day, she wore a low-cut romper during a photo shoot in some sort of basil garden. Both looks are the work of Reuben Reuel, 28, a Brooklyn-based designer … More »



T Magazine: Viewfinder | Otherworldly Landscapes Made to Feel Like Media Artifacts

Alia Malley’s “Captains of the Dead Sea” project, which captures surreal Southwestern vistas on newsprint, is as much about the idea of photography as about the images themselves.