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    1. PhotoCreditCraig McDean; Renée Cox; Nobuyoshi Araki; Pieter Hugo

      The Greats

      T Magazine celebrates four talents who, in mastering their crafts, have changed their fields — and the culture at large.

    2. PhotoCreditPhoto by Craig McDean. Styled by Marie Chaix

      Rachel Weisz Is Performing for Herself

      Through more than 40 intense and idiosyncratic roles — often in films a world away from typical Hollywood fare — the actress reveals a woman in complete command.

  1. The 212

    PhotoCreditCourtesy of Fanelli’s

    The Bar That Has Fed SoHo for Almost a Century

    Fanelli’s, on the corner of Mercer and Prince Streets, is a bastion of old New York beloved by artists and tourists alike.

    By Reggie Nadelson

  1. The Story of a Thing

    PhotoCreditJacob Pritchard

    John Giorno on His Most Precious Possession

    The artist, poet and activist, who died on Friday at 82, spoke to T last week about a Buddhist statue he kept at his home in New York.

    By Emily Spivack

  2. PhotoCreditScott J. Ross

    An Artist’s Personal Museum in Brooklyn

    Nayland Blake’s one-bedroom apartment is filled from floor to ceiling with personal treasures and works by their community of queer artists.

    By Coco Romack

  3. The Artist’s Life

    PhotoCreditPhotograph by Blaine Davis. © 2019 Ray Johnson Estate/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York (lower framed art on right wall); © Man Ray 2015 Trust/Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY/ADAGP, Paris (desk lamp on top right of fireplace)

    Their Friends Come for Dinner — and Remake Their Home

    In their New York apartment, Laila Gohar and Omar Sosa have created an urban oasis filled with art and design pieces created by their cherished guests.

    By Alice Newell-Hanson

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T’s Sept. 22 Design & Luxury Issue

More in T’s Sept. 22 Design & Luxury Issue »
  1. PhotoCreditMartin Morrell

    Just Outside Paris, a Very Old, and Very New, Castle

    Owning a Louis XV-era chateau means deciding whether to honor the past or completely upend it. But for Jean-Louis Tapiau, the solution was somewhere in the middle.

    By Gisela Williams

  2. PhotoCreditFederico Ciamei

    Woman of Steel

    At 96, the American-born, Italy-based sculptor Beverly Pepper has spent six decades bending metal to her will and rewriting the rules of modern art.

    By Megan O’Grady

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    Things Editors Like

    T Suggests: Animal-Shaped Jewels, a Hotel With a View and More

    A roundup of things our editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.

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    A Pioneering Architect Shares a Glimpse Into His World

    Shigeru Ban documents a week in his life, in which he walks through Paris, visits his latest building in Switzerland and has a rare moment of rest.

    By Merrell Hambleton

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    In Fashion: The Season’s Most Voluminous Jackets

    Oversize down coats and underlayers take a protective, sculptural shape for fall.

    By Samuel Bradley and Malina Joseph Gilchrist

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    About Last Night: T Celebrates the Greats

    We toasted our new issue in a townhouse transformed into an enchanted forest — complete with topiary rabbits and papier-mâché squirrels.

    By Merrell Hambleton

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    Inside T’s Greats Party

    All the highlights from our annual celebration, held this year in honor of Rachel Weisz, Nicolas Ghesquière, Nick Cave and Shigeru Ban.

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    François Halard’s Intimate Photographs of Artists’ and Designers’ Living Spaces

    In a new book, the photographer revisits his images of properties owned by Ugo Rondinone, Rick Owens and Dries Van Noten.

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    Nick Cave Photographs Two Colorful Days in His Life

    We sent the artist an instant camera, and he shared a characteristically joyful glimpse into his world.

    By Janelle Zara

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