Five luminaries, including painter Christina Quarles and a professional chef, on this month’s topic: imagination.
On Monday, users around the world were told that their accounts had been suspended.
What is “86ing,” and how often does it happen? Upscale owners and maître d’s said that banning any customer, let alone a celebrity, is extremely rare.
The release-date announcement sent royal watchers searching for clues. “The times the royals speak for themselves become the definitive account.”
Retailers and licensers have been crunching numbers and eyeing social trends to predict the most popular looks. But every spooky season brings new surprises.
Ozempic and other injections meant to treat chronic medical conditions are in high demand among elites looking to lose a little weight.
Paid tiers of dating apps are testing the limits, with monthly memberships that cost more than Netflix and $74.99 digital bouquets.
You needn’t be a 20-something social-media addict to adopt the app’s viral makeup trends. Here, 6 worth trying.
With Emerson Collective, Powell Jobs is challenging the traditional divide between entrepreneurship, investment and philanthropy.
Five luminaries, including a humorist and an ambassador, on this month’s topic: Diplomacy.
As health companies step up marketing for morning-after pills, they are ushering in bright packaging and TikTok videos. “We want it to be fun and shareable.”
Exhibitors at the annual Cannes Yachting Festival were banned from using public water to wash their vessels this year. “It kills the mojo,” one yacht salesman said.
Wired lingerie is selling well and showing up in a new Skims collection, after years of remote workers and young shoppers opting for unstructured undergarments.
The Duchess of Sussex wore familiar garments—a black version of a navy blue Stella McCartney cape dress, earrings from the queen—for Monday’s ceremony.
For many younger people, pimple patches shaped like stars, hearts and cartoon characters are just part of the outfit.
The clinical psychologist beloved by celebrity moms is entering the next phase of her brand building.
Non-famous couples are shelling out for publicists who can land them glossy bridal editorials and sponsored swag: “We are pitching the bride as a brand.”
Some of the best-designed items and coolest releases to look forward to.
Five luminaries, including Rachel Aviv and an Olympian, on this month’s topic: persistence.
Analysts say they are fielding a high volume of press requests and working long hours to fulfill them. “I find that I’m still in my dressing gown at about 4 o’clock in the afternoon,” one said.