For her solo show at New York's Museum of Arts and Design, Lauren Kalman let her signature gold leaf run wild.
For her first collection, Angola-born designer Indira Lourenço found inspiration by combining Northern European and African influences.
The globetrotting interior designer whose work can be seen inside iconic hotels like The Carylye, The Waldorf Astoria, and Hotel Bel-Air, welcomes us into her new office near Wall Street.
For the Ambrosia collection, New York-based designer Lindsey Adelman intentionally employed materials to evoke her favorite classical myth.
A longtime resident of the city, Patricia Urquiola looked to a midcentury Italian aesthetic for the interior design.
The Swedish camera manufacturer reshaped a classic model to fit 21st century preferences.
Marc Newson’s Horizon collection for Louis Vuitton is a modernized take on the French brand’s classic trunk.
The fashion designer's latest timepiece takes inspiration from vintage automobiles.
The sleek retail space celebrates the Swedish fashion designer’s female clientele
David Adjaye discusses the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
In Fishtown, a former whiskey factory is now the Italian restaurant Wm. Mulherin’s Sons.
Designer Michael Gabellini and fashion historian Valerie Steele discuss the idea of simplicity and Donald Trump's style.
The jewelry designer discusses her new SoHo space, creating fashionable, wearable pieces from fossils, and her travels to all seven continents.
Artisans at the American leather goods label have been working out of the same Connecticut factory since 1975, and their time-tested techniques haven't changed much either.
The interior designer found a muse in Holly Solomon, a pop art dealer whose personality was as loud as the paintings she loved.
The appeal and addiction of boutique fitness.
Selections from the Surface team’s endless list of personal obsessions.
From the rich hues of Dior's cosmetics line to the garish patterns of one piece of classic tourist garb, our selections this month take us across decades and around the globe.
The latest model from the French carmaker balances earthshaking power with nimble elegance.
A new spot in Portland updates the no-frills sports dive with heritage wallpaper, mahogany bleachers, and vintage light fixtures. Game on.
The Hollywood-based designer loves vintage, over-the-top glamour.
The model, part of the Z series, combines the latest advancements in high-resolution and color sensitivity.
The Grande Champagne label honors its place in the history of luxury travel with specially commissioned Hermès trunks.
For the young designer, the American Southwest is a place of desert elegance and sci-fi mysteries.
Nestled in the green, rolling terrain of the surrounding UNESCO-protected land, Santani, the country's first wellness resort, is designed for respite.
The latest sports car from the British automaker is designed more for the road than the track.
Online store AHA Life opened its first physical location in the Brooklyn neighborhood and designer Samuel Amoia came along for the ride.
Interior designer Kara Mann discusses Baker Furniture, an upcoming project in Dubai, and her life of extremes.
The true gearhead is creating fun, boundary-pushing cars for Fait Chrysler Automobiles.
Writer Kim Velsey ticks off reasons why lists are so much more than the "listicles" they've become notorious for.