What to Expect From Spas As Coronavirus Lockdowns Loosen

Sundays Studio reopened on July 6th with a breadth of new safety and sanitation procedures. “We were inspired by learning from others, including salons that reopened in Asian countries, or different parts of the country earlier than in New York,” explains founder Amy Ling Lin. In addition to many of the practices first introduced at … Read more What to Expect From Spas As Coronavirus Lockdowns Loosen

Engagement Gift Ideas for Couples in Quarantine

Even under ideal conditions, planning and executing a marriage proposal is a stressful ordeal. You want it to be sweet, but not saccharine; meaningful, but not overwrought. Add a global pandemic, nearly four months of quarantine, and continued uncertainty about the months ahead? Suddenly, “ideal conditions” are but a faint, laughably indulgent memory. But with … Read more Engagement Gift Ideas for Couples in Quarantine

Fashion’s Most Fun-Loving Street Style Photographer Goes Inside the Groovy Fashion of Grateful Dead Fans

Photo courtesy of © 2020 Mister Mort Fashion’s favorite fast-talking, camera-wielding mensch Mordechai “Mister Mort” Rubinstein has made a name for himself documenting the subtle details of menswear at street level. “Beauty in the everyday uniform” Rubinstein is his mantra—and the hashtag he favors on Instagram. The work he’s done for movies such as Uncut Gems … Read more Fashion’s Most Fun-Loving Street Style Photographer Goes Inside the Groovy Fashion of Grateful Dead Fans

17 Menswear Designers Reflect on a Spring 2021’s Reset

As the tall tale goes, fashion is a reflection of society’s values. And as our world currently navigates through several necessary growing pains, I’ve been wondering how designers might reflect our current moment in their upcoming collection. Will this finally incite a turning point in a dramatic break from the past? What will be the … Read more 17 Menswear Designers Reflect on a Spring 2021’s Reset

London Breed on Defunding the Police, White Activism, and Fighting for Her Community

I think it’s important that we support and respect the Black people here enough to know that we have a mind of our own. Because half the policies pushed in San Francisco are “progressive policies” that don’t work for Black people. Because, if they did, why are things far worse for Black people here? In … Read more London Breed on Defunding the Police, White Activism, and Fighting for Her Community

Inside Jeremy O. Harris’s New Play, “A Boy’s Company Presents: ‘Tell Me If I’m Hurting You’”

Jack Ferver is a New York-based writer, choreographer, and director. He currently teaches at Bard College, and is guest faculty at New York University. When he spoke to Vogue, he was quarantined at the country home of his friend, Parker Posey, who was in Austin. JF: One day I wrote Jeremy on Instagram just to … Read more Inside Jeremy O. Harris’s New Play, “A Boy’s Company Presents: ‘Tell Me If I’m Hurting You’”