Issey Miyake Brings his Signature Pleating Machine to Tokyo

The Japanese fashion designer’s new Homme Plissé store features the brand's signature pleating...

High Design
Yoga, Tea, and Fine Design, Today’s Cannabis Shops Offer More Than Bongs and Buds

CBD and marijuana retailers have turned from hocking papers and pipes to offering complete...

American Talents Take Over Maison & Objet

Nominated by an esteemed group of design luminaries, six independent studios bring a sampling of...

Gagosian Gallery Spotlights Zao Wou-Ki’s Friendship with I.M. Pei

A new exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery displays I.M. Pei's influence on Zao Wou-Ki, one of the...

Project Spotlight
A Day Inside Brooklyn’s Sleekest Coworking Space

Nestled into Sunset Park's Industry City, Camp David feels less like an antiseptic cubicle farm...

Travel Awards
The Candidates for The Best Cruise Ship of 2019 Share DNA, But Aim for Different Targets

Celebrity has produced two entries into the market—the Edge and the Flora—either of which could

The Boundaries Issue
State of Clay

Six Los Angeles artists add new energy to California’s celebrated ceramics tradition.

Designer of the Day: Bec Brittain

Bec Brittain’s lifelong interest in form, materials, and technology has culminated in an...

For The Couple Behind Danish Powerhouse HAY, Marriage Is an Act of Design

The Rolf and Mette Hay are keeping up a long tradition of successful partnerships that cross the...

Baja East Journeys West to the Mojave Desert

For his Spring 2020 collection, designer Scott Studenberg finds inspiration in Joshua Tree's trippy

Linder Schools on Elegant Sportswear

Designer Sam Linder’s Spring 2020 is a lesson in subtlety at New York Fashion Week.

Vaquera Commemorates the Staged Death of New York City

For their Spring 2020 collection, designers Bryn Taubensee, Patric DiCaprio, and Claire Sullivan...

Designer of the Day: Yoko Kubrick

From her studios near San Francisco and Tuscany, Yoko Kubrick studies classical mythology and the...

A Career Retrospective of Nam June Paik, The Father of Video Art, Arrives at London’s Tate Modern Right on Time

As we find ourselves locked to the screen and drowning in its contents, there's perhaps no better...

The Boundaries Issue
Artistic Director Yesomi Umolu Mixes Architecture and Activism for the third Chicago Architecture Biennial

This year's biennial expands its scope to engage every fiber of the urban fabric. Yesomi Umolu...

Kanye West’s YEEZY Foam Runners Are What Would Happen if Zaha Hadid Designed Crocs

A teasing image of the multihypenate star's latest footwear release suggests curves and shapes...

Fashion Label or Arts Patron? With COS, It Can Be Hard to Tell

In its first dozen years, the brand has become just as well known for supporting art and design as...

Adeam Sets Sail with a Nautical Collection

For Spring 2020, designer Hanako Madea offers an assortment of pieces inspired by the seaport city...

On The Rise
Designer Peter Do’s Incognito Plan to Fashion Fame

A star is born by remaining purposefully under the radar.

Jonas Wood Plays Ball with Louis Vuitton, Again

The French label drafts the Los Angeles-based artist for a capsule collection of textiles.

A Furniture Collection Immortalized in Stone

One of creative icon Karl Lagerfeld’s most impressive contributions to design makes its stateside

This Furniture Giant Can’t Stop Copying Original Designs

Home furnishings behemoth Restoration Hardware again finds itself in hot water after knocking off...

Need To Know
For Architect Neil Logan, Less Isn’t More—It’s Everything

“People should remember that architecture is also a service industry—as humble as that might...

The Blonds Star on Broadway for New York Fashion Week

Wildly extravagant and star-studded, designers Phillipe and David Blond stage a show in...

On View
Pace Chelsea Reopens With an Exhibition That Casts a Rare Light

Fred Wilson's "Chandeliers" graces the gallery's return with not only beauty, but a challenge to...

Designer of the Day: Emily Fischer

Whether shedding light on mass extinction or aiding the visually impaired, Emily Fischer’s highly

Sies Marjan Releases a ‘Croc’ of Vibrant Colors

Designer Sander Lak makes the case for a return to old-word glamour with his Spring 2020 collection

Inside One of Europe’s Most Experimental Design Collectives

The spirit of Middle Age guilds has informed the budding Zaventem Ateliers in Brussels. Can it be a

Something Isn’t Quite Right in George Byrne’s Photographs

The Australian artist’s latest photo series, on display at Olsen Gruin in New York City, stitches

Tory Burch Serves Breakfast and a Side of Fashion at the Brooklyn Museum

The designer offers up sweet treats for her Spring 2020 collection at New York Fashion Week.

How The Boutique Sports Car Market Became a Lab for Screamingly Fast EV Design

To make their boldest statements—and survive—smaller-scale makers with famed badges are turning

Designer of the Day: Alex Brokamp

Alex Brokamp is out to prove that the journey is just as important as the outcome. The 28-year-old...

Pyer Moss Orchestrates a Sartorial Symphony for the History Books

Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond presented a music-inspired collection that reverberated with nearly...

City Guide
The Essential Design Guide to Marrakech

Long a muse for prominent artists and designers, the Red City is gaining steam as a cultural force.

Jeremy Scott Ventures Even Further Out of This World

The enfant terrible of New York Fashion Week piles on the ’60s space-age motifs for his Spring...

A Selection of Balenciaga Bags That Add a Whole Different Meaning to ‘Table Service’

In a bit of five-star table service, the brand has rolled out a fresh offering of mid-sized and...