Queen Elizabeth, from “The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe,” by Angela Kelly.
Iris van Herpen, a 35-year-old Dutch designer who founded her own company in 2007, next to one of her creations.
Muslim quinces. Double quinces. “Quincenegras.” In the United States, a traditional rite of passage has become a celebration of identity.
George P. Kent, the deputy assistant secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, testifying on Capitol Hill.
And Paul Rudd hosts a celebrity bowling tournament for Stuttering Association for the Young.
Hank Willis Thomas’s “Unity” at Tillary and Adams Street, near the Brooklyn Bridge.
The Marie Claire Power Trip is a 36-hour, invite-only networking conference for women that kicks off with a flight from Newark to San Francisco.
The distinct patterns of the area's textiles now appear on everything, from hats to sneakers to coffee mugs.
Attendees bid on plants during an auction at the International Aroid Society Show and Sale at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.
Jane Fonda in her red protest coat being arrested at the Hart Senate Office Building on Nov. 1, 2019.
From left, Vanessa Traina and Madelyn Mejia and Olivia Jackson stroll Madison Avenue in resurrected staples.
Hasan Minhaj reading the paper during his weekly pre-show haircut in his dressing room.
When you’re choosing new door hardware, there are a bewildering number of decisions to make. Here’s how the pros do it.
It’s easy to look successful on Instagram. Now, getting caught out is easy too.
Employees for IPC Media worked into the night in London in 2013.
The mask and the midriff.
The latest episode of “The Weekly” features footage from a yoga class taught by Jonny Kest (right).
Yoga students and studios are grappling with inappropriate, manipulative and exploitative teachers and teachings.
Scientists are setting dark traps from which light cannot escape. But nature already has built a few of her own.