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Liana Finck illustrates and explains various fashion looks.
Kabaker Style Slideshow
You can’t intervene every time your parent plants the entire bag of expensive chia seeds you gave her in her flower garden.
Iris van Herpen’s latest designs straddle the line between couture and modern art. See the clothes here.
How regulators start to serve special interests.
Françoise Mouly interviews Gayle Kabaker, the artist behind the cover of this week’s Style Issue, about her love of fashion.
The pair on touring together and on their new album, “Everybody Knows.” It’s a collaboration fifty years in the making.
Runway images from Maki Oh’s fall 2017 presentation in New York.
In his new film, “Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House,” the writer-director delivers a complex portrait of Deep Throat.
In Jenny Erpenbeck’s masterly “Go, Went, Gone,” a retired academic befriends asylum-seekers in Berlin.
The vast workforce of the sex trade, on “The Deuce.”
Andrea DenHoed on Bryan Anselm’s photos of the residents of the Florida Keys and other areas hit hard by Hurricane Irma as they surveyed the storm’s damage.
Ahead of the 2017 Emmy Awards, catch up on Emily Nussbaum’s reviews and The New Yorker’s other TV coverage.
Richard Brody and Anthony Lane review films currently in theatres, such as “First They Killed My Father,” “Ex Libris,” “The Unknown Girl,” and more.
Charles Gariepy and Adrian Pelliccia humorously provide a step-by-step guide to vaping for beginners.
Nathan Heller on Harvard’s disinvitation of Chelsea Manning and the Ph.D applicant Michelle Jones and what those decisions say about the modern university.
Tamara Shopsin offers humorous variations on classic signs and symbols.
Michael Schulman explores the risk-taking career of Glenn Close, who will appear at The New Yorker Festival, on October 6th.
ANNALS OF IMPOSTURE about Stephen Jacob Weinberg, alias Stanley Clifford Weyman a famous impostor.
Talib Babb writes a humorous explanation of why he has not seen your favorite movie.