Monthly Archives: June 2017

Party Coverage: Scene City: The Spirit of Summer

Galas were held for the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Untermyer Gardens Conservancy, Monmouth County Historical Association and the American Institute for Stuttering.

Parfums Christian Dior Heads to Arles for Photo Show

As part of its tie-in with LUMA, the house is hosting an exhibit called “Dior, The Art of Color.”

Open Thread: Open Thread: This Week in Style News

How to pack a suitcase, what to wear for July 4 and much more.

A New Exhibit Remembers Sylvia Plath in Her 20s

Her paintings and drawings are on view at the National Portrait Gallery in D.C.

In ‘The Beguiled,’ Pretty Confections Whipped Up to Seduce

In Sofia Coppola’s new film, boarding school belles dress to entice the lone man in their midst.

Street Signs: Louis Vuitton x Supreme Stirs Global Frenzy, but a Well-Managed One

The lines were mostly filled with resellers, who will have to come back every day to get new product.

Photographer Elsa Dorfman Charms in New Documentary The B-Side

The 80-year-old Polaroid photographer is the subject of a new Errol Morris documentary.

Here’s Our First Clue to What Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Twins’ Names Might Be

It’s a pretty good clue.

Buscabulla Is Teaching an Advanced Course in Latin Music

There’s more to radio than just “Despacito.”

Pride Month Came and Went Without Recognition from the President

So far, the White House’s strategy on LGBTQ issues has been to ignore them.