Our cover story tests the limits of style without a human subject, projecting the absences that have defined the year.
Chanel’s J12—the ceramic unisex timepiece—was a revolution when it first launched in 2000, and it has since become an icon of 21st-century watchmaking.
Charlotte Cardin is gearing up for her album release later this year. The Montrealer, and Chanel ambassador, centres her lyrics on relationships and the emotions they generate, interested in uncovering how we connect and relate to one another.
Gifting skin-care is tricky; what are you really saying if you give your loved one an anti-aging serum as a present?
“Emotional. Creative. Free.” These are the words that Priscilla Royer, 36, offers to describe Maison Michel, the luxury hat and head accessory company where she has been creative director since 2015.
What does your choice of fragrance say about the tea you like to drink? According to Hoda Paripoush, founder of Sloane Fine Tea Merchants and scent expert, quite a lot. As a tea sommelier she has rounded up the best teas to pair with the best luxury perfumes.
It’s hard to imagine, but there was a time when eyebrows were incidental to your beauty look.
Painter and sculptor Nadia Gohar navigates the liminal space between the home she left behind and the home she’s made for herself in art.
Lana Turner was a dame who understood the power of the pout. In The Postman Always Rings Twice, her lipstick case rattles along a café floor toward a rugged John Garfield. Her manner poised and hand outstretched, Turner waits for Garfield to bring it over; when he doesn’t, she saunters by, grabs the case from his hand, applies her lipstick, then hits the road.