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Entertainment & Culture, Trending2 July 2020
Editor’s Letter: Read T’s “Art, Design & Technology” Issue Online

This month, we celebrate the brands, designers and artists who are changing the conversation by looking ahead.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending26 June 2020
To Ni Ni, the World Is a Stage

For the actress Ni Ni, one’s true self and role in society are constructed — and reconstructed — in a perpetual process of performance and presentation.

Beauty, T at Home25 June 2020
How to Shape Your Eyebrows at Home

A guide to trimming, tweezing and touching up your arches on your own, with some creative direction from the experts.

Trending23 June 2020
Behind the Hyper Virality of Air Dior

Kim Jones’s ability to make the biggest trends in fashion work for him can be seen in his Air Dior capsule released as part of the Pre-Fall ’20 menswear collection.

Trending, Entertainment & Culture23 June 2020
Trump, (Tie) Undone

After the ill-fated campaign rally in Tulsa, an accessory becomes a symbol.

Gourmet, Wellness, T at Home19 June 2020
How to Create Your Own Herbal Tinctures

A herbalist shares three simple recipes for calming, restorative drinks.

Beauty18 June 2020
Maskne Is the New Acne

Yes, it’s a real thing. Here’s what is causing it and how to treat it.

Trending17 June 2020
Matthew Williams, Collaborator of Kanye West and Lady Gaga, Is Givenchy’s New Designer

This is not the house Audrey Hepburn’s image built.

Beauty / 17 June 2020

Four All-in-One Creams to Simplify Your Skincare Routine

One of the easiest ways to maintain your skin’s health by doing the bare minimum: all-in-one creams.

Wellness16 June 2020
What Is All of That Screen Time Doing to Your Skin?

We checked in with experts to learn about the risks of indoor light and how we can protect ourselves.

Trending, Art & Design14 June 2020
How to Turn Vegetables Into a Tie-Dye Pattern

For those at home, Hillary Taymour, the creative director of Collina Strada, offers a creative use for excess beets.

Object of Desire12 June 2020
A Bag Made in Remembrance and Hope of Better Days

The new Dior Bobby bag is a titular tribute to Mr. Christian Dior’s beloved pet dog — and a symbol of hope for an unconstrained future.

Trending, Jewellery11 June 2020
What Happens to Craft in a Time of Crisis? A Fashion Designer and a Jeweller Reflect

As the world adjusts to the new normal of restricted living, two artists — the fashion designer Christopher John Rogers and the jeweller Kim Dunham — share their views on creativity.

T at Home, Trending10 June 2020
How to Make a DIY Dish Towel Tote Bag, With Rodarte

The sisters behind the fashion label Rodarte, Laura and Kate Mulleavy, show us how to turn kitchen towels and costume jewellery into a carry-all.

Gourmet, Wellness / 3 June 2020

The Healthy Recipes a Nutritionist Ends Her Day With

Easy recipes for the latter half of the day: a refreshing low-carb dinner, a dairy-free banana ice cream, and a cacao nightcap that helps the body unwind.

Street Style10 June 2020
In Fashion: The Street Warriors

In a post-coronavirus world, utilitarian style and functional layering reign supreme.

Beauty5 June 2020
T Suggests: A Digital Art Show in a Castle, Hot Weather Makeup and All-Cream Summer Clothes

Step inside a 12th-century castle that has become the backdrop of an art exhibition celebrating “the uncomfortable aspects of nature” — and more.

Object of Desire4 June 2020
The Archive-Inspired Mini Pocket Bag

Riccardo Tisci continues navigating the Englishness of Burberry by diving into the brand’s archives, making an old silhouette new again for the latest object of desire: the mini Pocket Bag.

T | On Set, Trending1 June 2020
Behind the Scenes | Park Seo Jun

In the fashion film accompanying T’s June cover story, Park Seo Jun displays playful antics on set, wholly embracing the effervescent side hidden beneath his usual gentlemanly poise.

Beauty, T at Home31 May 2020
How to Take Care of Your Scalp and Hair

The founder of Act+Acre, Helen Reavey, shows how she detoxes her scalp and gets Zoom-ready hair.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending / 29 May 2020

How Park Seo Jun Is Breaking the Mould

Being uncomfortable is the way that Korean superstar Park Seo Jun grows as an actor and a human.

Trending30 May 2020
Person to Know: A Designer Whose Clothes Express the Beautiful Chaos of Indonesian Culture

Toton Januar’s narratively rich designs eschew from typical Indonesian design elements to speak more of his heritage.

Trending25 May 2020
A Whimsical Designer’s School Uniform-Inspired Shoes

For a collaboration with Singapore-based shoe label Charles & Keith, Danish designer Cecilie Bahnsen translated the poetry of her dresses into footwear.

Wellness, Gourmet23 May 2020
The Nourishing Recipes a Nutritionist Starts Her Day With

For those at home and in a rut: an evergreen immunity-boosting breakfast, a caffeine-free latte and more.

Trending21 May 2020
How Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts Birthed the Contemporary Avant-Garde

A city, poised on the edge of Europe and the rest of the world, became the incubator for talents like Dries Van Noten, Haider Ackermann and Ann Demeulemeester.

Beauty20 May 2020
How to Give Skin a Summer Glow

With the right application, a little highlighter or bronzer can help create a radiant, sun-kissed look, even if you’ve spent much time inside.

Beauty19 May 2020
How Makeup as We Know It Began On-Screen

Under powerful lighting and the camera lens’s unforgiving gaze, makeup saw its birth out of necessity.

T | On Set, Trending14 May 2020
On Set | The Making of Prada’s Most Iconic Bag

Informed by Italy’s rich tradition of leather work, the Galleria handbag is assembled from 83 fastidiously crafted pieces.

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