Steven Lane, a New York Times reader, took a photo of Bill Cunningham on the streets of New York City. “He was able to eschew the snobbery and nonsense, and distill fashion down to the essence of true personal style for all of us,” Mr. Lane wrote.
Jake Shears, formerly of the glam-rock band Scissor Sisters, in his Broadway dressing room. He stars in the musical “Kinky Boots.”
Julien Turner, a sophomore at Morehouse College, is an aspiring filmmaker.
Canal Street is accessible by nearly every subway line, is bordered by two of the city's wealthiest neighborhoods, and has the same cast-iron architecture that made SoHo famous.
Lizzy Martinez, 17, pictured outside of her home in Bradenton, Fla., was reprimanded by school officials at Braden River High School for not wearing a bra.
This rendering could be of you, in space, if Axiom builds its space station, and you pay them $50 million.
Bowling balls are allowed in carry-on luggage, although this one was abandoned. Meat slicers and axes are not. Live lobsters ... Well, they can be put through as checked luggage, but only in clear containers. And really, it's best to check with your airline first.
Fredric Fortier wears an Ethereum sweater along with Mathieu Baril wearing a Bitcoin sweater at the San Francisco Bitcoin Meetup Holiday Party at the Runway Incubator in December.
Cloth encounters: inside Patriae, which sells repurposed antique textiles.
With the Vulcan, Aston Martin is setting a non-retro tone for its styling.
For many, face tattoos are no longer taboo. Clockwise from top left, Tekashi 6ix9ine, Lil Peep, Lil Pump, Kat Von D, Wiz Khalifa and Post Malone.
After not wearing hoops for 12 years, the writer bought her first pair from Ann Taylor, shown here.
The once elusive Balanciaga Triple S sneakers.
Swedish designer Johan Lindsten, got his start in furniture design when at age 13 he couldn’t find a CD rack he liked. But with family in the business, “I always had a furniture culture in my life,” he said.
Heather Graham at Panpipes Magical Marketplace in Los Angeles.
“The Titanic is going down,” said Bob Wells, the founder of the Rubber Tramp Rendezvous, alluding to the general state of the economy and environment. “This is a lifeboat. This is a hope, a promise of a better, more meaningful life.”
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