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Inside Dior’s Guggenheim Gala, Female Artists Took the Spotlight

Photos and fashions from the black-tie dinner.

Cut Shopping Pick:
Alexander McQueen Leopard-Print Silk Scarf
A lightweight scarf makes a great gift.

Allied’s Costume Designer on 1940s Glamour, the So-Called ‘Hollywood Lift,’ and Dressing Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt

Joanna Johnston on dressing Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt as the chicest spies known to man.

Marc Jacobs’s Extravagant ’80s Disco Had the Best-Dressed Crowd

It was every bit extravagant and glittery as you expected it to be.

The Secret to Pretty Gifts? Scrap the Wrapping Paper

ABC Home shows us how it’s done.

You Can Buy 35 Different Versions of This Shoe

Robert Clergerie made 35 different brogues in honor of the brand’s 35th anniversary.

Cut Shopping Pick:
I Love Mr. Mittens Mock-Neck Knit Sweater
An extremely oversize periwinkle knit.

Tom Ford Knows Fashion Is Fickle But Film Lasts Forever

His new film Nocturnal Animals premiered last night.

Treat Yourself: A Dainty Pearl Cuff

Pretty, pretty things.

Someone Nominate Mike Flynn for Secretary of Beauty

He’s got all the tips for making ladies more attractive.

Sienna Miller on the Limits of Prettiness

She stars in Burberry’s ambitious new holiday campaign.

More Women and Minorities Are Signing Up for Self-Defense Classes Following Trump’s Win

In New York City in particular, more women and minorities are signing up for self-defense classes.

New York Magazine’s Sex Lives Podcast: When Did You First See Your Vulva?

This week’s podcast.

The War for Christmas: Whose House to Go to for the Holidays?

You don’t mess around with Christmas.

Here’s What President Obama Told Sasha and Malia After Trump Won the Election

“You don’t get into a fetal position about it. You don’t start worrying about apocalypse.”

12 Books We’re Reading to Help Us Understand the Election Result

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5 Ways You Can Help Planned Parenthood

Get involved and help their doors stay open.

Hugo Boss Pulls Out of NYFW for Next Season

But the brand says it’s sticking with designer Jason Wu.

The 5 Prettiest Colors to Paint Your Bedroom

All inspired by abstract painter Agnes Martin.

Cut Shopping Pick:
Jennifer Zeuner Abigail-Style Name Necklace
A customizable 18-karat necklace.


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