Swimwear essentials for soaking up the remainder of summer.
Benjamin Millepied on the intersection of dance and film.
Benjamin Millepied created a two-and-a-half minute film marrying dance and fashion with FEIT.
Five podcasts that consider morality from its most unsettling angles.
A French-inspired recipe from Julie Pointer Adams' new book, Wabi-Sabi Welcome.
MINI LIVING’s "Breathe" house offers a futuristic vision of compact city living.
Forget hygge: Uncertain times call for problem-solving the Portuguese way.
We speak to three leading brands about the past, present and future of Danish design.
A quick conversation with creative director Cristina Casini about CristaSeya's eighth edition.
The designers behind New York–based Bower prefer to let objects emerge from an intuitive mixing of colors, materials, shapes and concepts.
From Parisian publisher Libraryman, a new photo book by Gerry Johansson titled Tyre Choice.
On Juergen Teller's Berlin exhibition, Enjoy Your Life!
The Great Wave, created by Katsushika Hokusai in 1831, remains the most iconic—and reproduced—non-Western image in art.
Salvation from summer’s stark and sweltering skies.
To enter the loft of Isabel and Ruben Toledo is to ascend into a Borgesian sense of infinitude.
From finding beauty in the dryness of data, a business is born.
Memory is selective, so why is minutiae so important?
Trust, intimacy, independence and communication.
A wordless tongue, understood around the world.
For licking our friends and biting our enemies, we celebrate the endless loyalty of four-legged companions.
Restrained in his work as an architect, Roberto Baciocchi likes to let loose at home.
A meal inspired by Alexander Calder, Cornelia Parker, Damien Hirst, Yayoi Kusama and Salvador Dalí.
Prodigal. Dark. Incandescent: A short chronicle of the life of an English cellist.
Jacques Henri Lartigue was a wealthy bon vivant whose photography was guided by the pleasure principle.
In a preview from our forthcoming book, The Kinfolk Entrepreneur, Pip Usher meets Rashid and Ahmed Bin Shabib.
Miniature objects have little to offer but their charm.
Lavish covers and literati contributors: the lasting mystique of a 1930s Parisian periodical.
An unassuming studio set-up that painted its guests into a corner.
In her book Hope in the Dark, Rebecca Solnit reminds us that change is never inevitable. It must be fought for.
A celebrated sculptor and the matriarch of modern dance: the story of an unlikely power couple.