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Smooth leather decorated with gold stars & frame print, as well as with the GUCCY wording in the '80s vintage SEGA videogames’ brand font.
The American actress and model tells a "knock, knock" joke.
This season is all about the bare, naked skin lightly painted with neutrals and bronzers. Watch model Ai Tominaga transform into a painted geisha.
In this four-part series produced in collaboration with Kenzoki, Fiona Xie plays a role that just about every woman has found themselves in at one point–smitten and in love.
American artist Judy Chicago tells T a joke.
The actress, who stars in the Broadway revival of "Children of a Lesser God," reads the poem "Not" by Anne Michaels.
A night before Chinese New Year, Singapore's Jurong Fishery Port is bustling with action.
Portner's original choreography is set to Page's acoustic version of "I'm Like a Bird" by Nelly Furtado in this exclusive performance for T at L.A. Dance Project.
The British shoe designer explains his Spring Summer 2018 collection–a response to the overload of information in our time.
The founder of Byredo on the elasticity of creativity and his transition from perfumes to leather bags.
The French chef on his first trip to Bangkok in 1980 that prompted his Asian-fusion repertoire.
For some artists like the Singaporean ceramist Jason Lim, the process of art-making may prove to be meditative.
Co-founder of Vestiaire Collective discusses the rise of peer-to-peer shopping and the importance of having a middleman.
What is a good coat to invest in? Local fashion personality Yoyo Cao weighs up Max Mara's famed coats in a wintry Seoul.
How Netflix's reality show, Terrace House: Aloha State changed her life.
We joined Migrants Band Singapore – a group of migrant workers from Bangladesh who came together through their love of music – on one of their weekly jam sessions.
The 237-year-old house of Chaumet reinvented their jewellery case, a symbol of the Maison's identity and illustrious history of nonpareil craftsmanship.
The creative director of Hermès's shoes and fine jewellery weighs the role of accessories on a woman's body.
Catherine McNeil's lesson on layering: piling on light, contrasting texture, adds an interesting finish, not bulk, to an ensemble.
The rapper and music mogul discusses therapy, marriage, and politics with The New York Times's executive editor.
Los Angeles-based graffiti artist and street art muralist Tristan Eaton has scaled down his art to design the straps of the Fitbit Ionic watch and Fitbit Charge 2 tracker for United Overseas Bank.
The creative directors of Kenzo on drawing from the founder, Kenzo Takada's archives and Swiss fashion photographer, Hans Feurer's images.
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