Monthly Archives: October 2020

Cruise Ships Can Sail Again, With Strict Rules. Here’s What to Know.

Cruise companies must follow stringent health and safety protocols to be allowed to resume passenger excursions.

How Vanity Fair’s AOC Cover Came Together

The magazine’s fashion director explains the choices behind the clothes.

Waking Up at 3 A.M.? You Have Company.

As 2020 lurches to a close, it seems more people are waking up at this ghastly liminal hour, unclaimed by neither night nor day.

Enzo Mari, Industrial Designer Who Kept Things Simple, Dies at 88

He railed against material excess, consumerism and fame, but made poetic and useful objects that influenced generations of designers. He died of the coronavirus.

The Full Blue Moon on Halloween

Halloween will be the first blue moon visible in every time zone since 1944. Might be good to charge those crystals!

32 Holiday Gifts for Literally Any Man in Your Life

Your holiday shopping dilemmas, solved.

What Will You Do With the “Extra Hour”?

Falling back, for better or worse.

Tiffany Deal Is a Signature Move by the Sun Tzu of Luxury

Bernard Arnault, the chairman of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton and the richest man in Europe, is no stranger to public battles.

A Tinder Date From Hell

Don’t Text Back satirizes the danger of entitled men.

Love Letter: Can a Marriage Survive a Haunted House?

Plus: Checking in on couples in quarantine