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Onward and Upward
Home Alone • How do you escape from one existence into another? In this excerpt from Dana Spiotta’s novel Wayward, liberation first comes in the form of a tumbledown house.
Spices of Life • Sana Javeri Kadri, the founder of Diaspora Co., has imagined a more equitable, and more delicious, way to bring flavor to your kitchen.
Rest Assured • As pillow menus, sleep coaches, and six-figure mattresses proliferate at wellness-optimized hotels, could the best snooze of your life be in a bed that’s not your own?
Flight Reads • Spring books take inspiration from departures and arrivals.
Past Perfect • A revival of centuries-old dress is catching on among China’s fashionable Gen Z set. Social-media star Shiyin speaks to Meng-Yun Wang about Hanfu style.
Joy Division • Derrick Adams’s art celebrates Black life at its most exultant and carefree. Dodie Kazanjian meets the hardest-working leisure-lover around.
Untamed Nature • Designer Daniel Del Core’s debut speaks to our collective desire right now for a little fantasy, writes Mark Holgate—but its inspiration came from the unlikeliest of sources.
French Connection • Makeup artist Violette has built her career around the American obsession with “French girl” beauty. Now she’s democratizing the rarefied aesthetic with a new lifestyle brand.
SPRING IN OUR STEP
Epic Proportions • With trailing hemlines and pumped-up volume, larger-than-life looks make one thing clear: More is very much more.
Supernova • Poet, activist, optimist, style icon—Amanda Gorman has become so much more than a literary star. Doreen St. Félix on a phenomenon in the making.
Voice of Reason • Still thriving after a five-decade career, Giorgio Armani, in a rare interview, speaks from the heart about an industry he loves—and how it needs to change.
HER STORY • In Barry Jenkins’s The Underground Railroad, Thuso Mbedu is the lodestar.
Tinted Love • Bleach London’s Alex Brownsell is bringing her DIY, designer-approved hair-color technique Stateside with a flagship salon and a rainbow-filtered view of life after lockdown.
A Life of Their Own • From prim purses with a proper attitude to anything-goes carryalls, this spring’s best small bags are bursting with personality.
ULTRA • While his clothes were minimal, his life was anything but. Ryan Murphy—executive producer of the new limited series Halston—talks with Tom Ford and Hamish Bowles about the designer who defined the disco era.
PRACTICAL MAGIC • Anoraks, denim, and other day-to-day basics meet the flash and dash of silver and sequins. Call it a glam slam.
Dream Weavers • This spring heralds a return to texture—and that means all things knitted, stitched, and crocheted. From natty sweaters to tasseled accessories, last season’s cozy fabrics get a warm-weather rework.
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