How to Make a Valentine's Day Card With Newspaper

There’s nothing like a pretty homemade card to convey your sentiments, whether it’s to express your love, tell someone you miss her or offer belated thanks for a holiday gift. And you don’t need to be an artist to create these easy

Remember: What You Do Is Not Who You Are

“You’re playing the long game here,” Ms. Green said. “It’s one thing to work into the evening for a few weeks or months, but it’s not sustainable long term. You want to manage your career with an eye toward what you can

Yes, People Are Smoking More

Maria Neuman blames Netflix. “Last night, I blistered through seven cigarettes because I was watching a movie,” said Ms. Neuman, 51, a freelance writer who lives in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. “It’s bad enough that I started smoking again

The Great Pandemic Wedding Boom

If the world is ending, who do you want by your side? Nancy Townsend selected Herb Thomas: A man she met for lunch in early March, whom she FaceTimed later that month, dined with (outdoors) in April, and got engaged to the

'Bridgerton' Costumes Boost Fans of Historical Dress

It’s a world of corsets, stays and chemises. Of weskits, bum rolls, breeches and hoop panniers. For actors, wearing period costume has long meant literally stepping into the past: lacing soft modern flesh into antique shapes and learning how to use the

Hey, Whatever Happened to the Half-Slip?

Have half-slips disappeared? I don’t understand how a woman can wear a skirt or dress that does not cling to her legs from wintry static electricity without one. And in the summer, half-slips save you from showing more than you want through

Super Bowl in Quarantine

Welcome. The Super Bowl is on Sunday, and like so much else these days, it looks different from previous years’: players tested daily, the stadium filled to just one-third its capacity, fans socially distanced and wearing masks. Whether you’re tuning in for

It’s Not Every Day We Get a New Blue

Nautical, mystical and the de facto shade of several social networks, blue is a color that has deep cultural cachet, while being nearly impossible to find in nature. The blues that abound in nature — a butterfly, a navy beetle, even blue

Pieter Mulier Named Azzedine Alaïa Successor

There is a new cook in the Alaïa kitchen. More than three years after the death of Azzedine Alaïa, one of the last great innovative and independent couturiers of the 20th century, a successor has been named to his brand. Pieter Mulier,

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