The contrasts of spring in New York and Paris.
The White House hosts “next generation” philanthropists about to step into billions.
Plus, the latest in shopping technology, Tavi Gevinson’s upcoming TV appearance and more from the week in style.
It’s time to head West—cinematically speaking, at least. Next month’s Cannes Film Festival lineup includes a surprising number of Westerns , including The Homesman , starring Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, and Hilary Swank (and co-written and directed by Jones), and Deux Jours, Une Nuit , a “Belgian Western” starring Marion Cotillard. We won’t attempt to explain how or why the world’s top filmmakers became collectively inspired by Western stories, but we will say this: From a stylistic standpoint, it makes perfect sense
The more bridal dresses change, the more they don’t. The latest collections showed few new wrinkles.
The noise-pop frontwoman discusses what she packed for the festival, her beauty arsenal and the importance of covering one’s rear.
Clara Mamet, the 19-year-old daughter of the playwright David Mamet, was in New York Wednesday for the Tribeca Film Festival, where her debut film, “Two-Bit Waltz,” is showing.
It’s here! Friday.
Bravo’s reality show “Southern Charm, set in Charleston, has led some of its residents to question why the cast is doing what they do on national television in their beloved city.
Despite the fact that it snowed in New York this week, the red carpet was full of summer vibes. Winter coats returned on the East Coast, and in Hollywood, short hemlines and light colors flourished for a bevy of parties, premieres, and award shows. On Tuesday, Chlo