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Eric Boman, 1946–2022 • With inimitable taste, ready opinions, and a quick wit, the photographer and author led a life of irreverence and flair. Dodie Kazanjian looks back.
Mirror, Mirror • Sixty years after her death, Marilyn Monroe is more resonant than ever. Is she a symbol, spirit guide, or cautionary tale? To Lena Dunham, the answer is: everything at once.
Cozying Up • Gigi Hadid is launching Guest In Residence, her own label of wildly colorful cashmere.
Arch Madness • Bleached, drawn-on, shaved, or bejeweled, subversive eyebrows with retro roots are quickly becoming Gen Z’s preferred beauty statement. Jancee Dunn gets the skinny.
The Fashion Plate • Deeda Blair wrote the book on elegant entertaining long ago; now, it’s being published.
Rooms of Her Own • In richly atmospheric paintings, Danielle McKinney mines the interior lives of Black women.
Pure Love • David Mallett doubles down on his cult-favorite hair-care collection.
Discovery Channels • Fall fiction explores new worlds.
Unlock the Rules • Tiffany & Co.’s new Lock collection underscores a modern way to shine: gold and gems first, gender last.
History Lessons • Three new films go in search of lost time.
Night Moves • London hot spot Casa Cruz touches down Stateside.
The Here and Now • Jennifer Lawrence is a happy new mom, with a highly personal new film about trauma—and a lot to say about politics. She and Abby Aguirre unpack it all.
NOWSTALGIA • Something old-school this way comes, as a flurry of midcentury staples—from motorcycle jackets and sherbet-colored separates to prim A-line skirts—are wondrously reimagined for today.
Portrait of Bravery • As the war in Ukraine drags on, first lady Olena Zelenska has become a key player—a frontline diplomat and the face of her nation’s emotional toll. Rachel Donadio travels to Kyiv to meet her.
King of the City • In Straight Line Crazy, Ralph Fiennes brings Robert Moses to the stage—divided legacy and all.
PLAYING FAVORITES • Fall’s best accessories—from hats and bags to boots and jewelry—have a cool practicality, a striking sense of color, and pack all the fun.
THE F FACTOR • As Fendi celebrates all that New York City has given it, a Baguette-toting Marc Jacobs does a star turn for the house.
JUST ONE THING • These hardware-heavy Miu Miu boots were made for stomping the English countryside, as Lila Moss shows us, in everything from Chanel tweeds to Burberry checks.
The Call of the Wild • As the days cool and leaves turn, we’re taking style cues from the great outdoors.
Altuzarra hood • To showcase this black-shearling-lined, button-front hood, artists Tomihiro Kono and Sayaka Maruyama merged their talents: Kono, a master hair artist based in Japan, styled the starry waterfall of hair, while New York–based photographer Maruyama snapped the collision of color and texture. Warm, dreamy, and cozy—meet playful, pragmatic, and chic. We think you’ll all get along quite nicely.