Monthly Archives: February 2019

Critic’s Notebook: President Trump Has Inspired Art. That’s Not Always a Good Thing.

Artists — including the creator of a performance piece about Ivanka — are engaging in satire without potency.

Oscars 2019: Your Guide to All the Best Picture Controversies

How to navigate a fractious, scandal-plagued year at the movies.

Marella Agnelli, Society’s ‘Last Swan’ and a Passionate Gardener, Is Dead at 91

Mrs. Agnelli, descended from Neapolitan nobility, glided through the Italian aristocracy as an artist’s muse and subject of fashion-world fascination.

The San Vicente Bungalows: Hollywood’s New Clubhouse

Jeff Klein’s latest hotel project protects celebrities and power brokers with a ban on cameraphones.

Chanel at the Oscars: 13 Iconic Karl Lagerfeld-Designed Red Carpet Looks

The late designer’s couture creations were seen on the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Kidman, Pharrell Williams and more.

Inside the Rise and Fall of a Multimillion-Dollar Airbnb Scheme

Multiple misleading identities, more than 100 host accounts and 18 corporations were created to run an illegal hotel business in Manhattan, according to a lawsuit filed by the city.

Upper East Side Salon Under Investigation for Racial Discrimination

New York City is reviewing complaints from former employees at Sharon Dorram Color at Sally Hershberger who say their hair was deemed inappropriate for work.

Domains: We Love to Be Smushed

Heavy bedding is everywhere. Does it work?

Watch the Salvatore Ferragamo Runway Show Livestream


You Asked: What to Do When a Doctor’s Visit Is the Cause of Pain?

Tips for dealing with pelvic pain during an OB-GYN exam.