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    On the Runway: The Pippa Middleton Wedding Dress Effect
    The lace gown may change the fortunes of the edgy British designer Giles Deacon.

    Postscript: That Voice, Those Parties: Remembering Jean Stein
    At her parties, you were as likely to meet Warren Beatty as the Russian poet Andrei Voznesensky. An oral history of a woman who excelled at the form.

    The Look: Characters in an Untitled Film Series
    The photographer Jake Michaels was inspired by Cindy Sherman’s “Untitled Film Stills” (1977-80) and sought to evoke something similar in modern-day Los Angeles.

    At Home With: 50 Years of Marriage and Mindfulness With Nena and Robert Thurman
    The prominent Buddhist couple celebrate an important anniversary in the idiosyncratic house where they raised four children.

    2017 Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet Looks
    See what Rihanna, Bella Hadid, Julianne Moore and others wore on the red carpet.

    Solange Knowles Tears Down Barriers at the Guggenheim
    In her performance at the museum, the high priestess of pop ministered to her flock. And everyone wore white.

    Drag Queen Story Hour Puts the Rainbow in Reading
    Neon camouflage bodysuits, tutus and patent leather boots. Heated debates about dresses and ice cream flavors. It’s all in a day’s work at the New York Public Library.

    Modern Love: Not Friends? Then No Benefits
    A woman who feels no sexual attraction without first establishing a deep emotional connection wonders if there is something wrong with her.

    Night Out: Amber Tamblyn Rallies Her Troops to the Red Carpet
    The actress, poet and new director celebrates her film “Paint It Black” with family and a sisterhood of famous friends.

    On the Verge: Brand to Know: The Line That Focuses Only on Shirting
    The French line Monographie, from a Céline alum, features many different takes on shirts — and will soon sell shirtdresses.

    Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet
    See what Vanessa Hudgens, Halsey, John Legend and more wore to the show in Las Vegas.

    Pippa Middleton Marries James Matthews in England
    The wedding was attended by members of the next generation of Britain’s royal family.

    Cannes Film Festival: What They Wore
    See what Rihanna, Bella Hadid, Julianne Moore and others wore on the red carpet.

    What 15 People Wore to Solange’s All-White Guggenheim Performance
    “When Solange speaks, we all listen,” one showgoer said of her performance on Thursday night.

    Party Coverage: Scene City: Pretty in Pink
    Galas were held for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the New York Philharmonic, El Museo del Barrio, and the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations.

    Party Coverage: Scene City: Pretty in Pink
    Galas were held for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the New York Philharmonic, El Museo del Barrio and the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations.

    Social Q’s: My Friend Comments on People’s Weight (and I’m Not So Slim)
    And: 50 percent of the dates are great; invitations die on group text; and secondhand condolence.

    In the Air: Flowermania — It’s in the Air
    From fashion to home design, it’s the season of bright, beautiful blooms.

    On the Runway: From Pantene to Polo: The New Man at Ralph Lauren
    Patrice Louvet’s appointment is the latest example of a luxury brand looking to the world of consumer products for a new leader.

    On the Runway: JAR’s Light in the Darkness
    The reclusive jeweler Joel Arthur Rosenthal emerges to play a part in a new exhibition from the Vatican and the Jewish Museum in Rome.

    A Power Player and Her Sons Disappear Off the Bahamas
    The Coast Guard found debris east of Eleuthra, but Jennifer Blumin, her two young sons and the pilot, Nathan Ulrich, remained missing.

    Scouting Report: Where to Shop for Summery Bits This Week
    There’s a renovation to celebrate at Saks, a block party in SoHo and more.

    Modern Love: Modern Love Podcast: Gideon Glick Reads ‘Just Don’t Call Me Mom’
    The Broadway actor (“Significant Other,” “Spring Awakening”) reads David Beach’s essay about a Mother’s Day gift of Mylar balloons that causes a major freakout.

    We Settle a Big Fashion Rivalry: Nashville vs. Columbus
    Far from the coasts, two cities vie for fashion bronze. Our reporter checks out the scenes and, after many expense-account dinners, selects a winner.

    They Made the Meatpacking District Fashionable. Is Sunset Park Next?
    The Milk Studios founders helped turn an uncool area into a hub of fashion and art. With Camp David, a co-working space, they’ll try their luck again.

    Browsing: Return to Twin Peaks
    Celebrate the revival with sweet ’50-ish dresses, saddle shoes, Americana jeans and a tee (taken from the boys).

    Party Coverage: Scene City: Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez at Robin Hood Foundation’s Gala
    The annual antipoverty benefit, held at the Javits Center, raised more than $54 million and drew 3,700 attendees.

    Party Coverage: Scene City: Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez and Miley Cyrus at Robin Hood Gala
    The Robin Hood Foundation raised more than $54 million at its annual gala at the Javits Convention Center.

    On the Red Carpet: Stars, Diamonds and Style
    Four jewelry experts on the value of celebrity, awards season loans and the moments they’ll never forget.

    In a Time of Stress, Jewelry Becomes Armor
    Designers and historians say it’s not surprising that women today are looking for bold designs. “It’s about feeling strong and protected,” one noted.

    Jackie Collins: The Jewelry Behind Her Stories
    The novelist, whose gems are set to be auctioned, found that bold, conversation-starting jewelry could be a gold mine for material in Hollywood.

    Chaumet Mounts Imperial Exhibition in Beijing’s Forbidden City
    The French house includes its own jewelry among exhibits showing the influence of Chinese style on the West.

    Sofia Coppola Directs for Cartier
    The commercial, reimagining the Eighties, celebrates a new version of the jewelry house’s Panthère watch.

    Suffering for Your Art? Maybe You Need a Patron
    Wealthy individuals, grant-making foundations and others turn to a model reminiscent of the Renaissance that focuses on a creator’s full career, not just a piece or a collection.

    The Not-Quite-Royal Wedding: A Guide to Pippa Middleton’s Big Day
    Who and what to expect during the weekend event.

    Boîte: Pinball and Other Games at Fishbowl, a New Midtown Lounge
    Billed as an upscale game room, the Fishbowl draws 20-somethings to a no-attitude bar under the Dream Midtown hotel.

    The Season’s Swimsuits and Knits, on Real Girls in Wales
    The fleeting allure of summer and youth takes shape in pieces worn by British beauties.

    On the Runway: Chanel’s Boomerang Comes Back to Hit It
    The French brand is the latest company to be called out on social media for cultural appropriation. Is this the new normal?

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