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Game ON • From runways to hit dramas, HOYEON doesn’t miss
THE MUSIC MAN • A record-industry titan melds art and education
LINER Notes • The return of statement eyeliner pays tribute to a music legend and shines a winking way forward
Pro Tip • Seven talents share their signature liners for stage, screen, and life—from crisp flicks to pencil-thin mustaches.
A Stylish MARRIAGE • There are plenty of adages lauding the little black dress—the versatility, the simplicity, the foundational qualities one provides to a wardrobe, and on. Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons have applied all that and more to Prada shoes: a lace-up derby and a slingback heel. Classic silhouettes bloom with possibilities—quite literally, with rubber flowers taking root in sleek leather. A stark spring awakening but joyful all the same.
Heady STYLE • Two monographs blend fashion with art and literature
SIX PACK • Art-world thrills, a lonely vampire, and more new novels
First Person • New memoirs plumb art, love, and politics.
Autobiography OF RED • Haute couture is more than elaborate dressmaking; it comprises embroiderers, fabric specialists, and experts in all imaginable trimmings. Victoire de Castellane, Christian Dior’s creative director of fine jewelry, took inspiration for her latest haute joaillerie collection from fashion’s multidimensional world and, specifically, from ribbons: their intricate movements and how, when intersected with delicate beadwork, the colors and materials interact. These ruby earrings studded with diamonds mimic that dance—the perfect partners when out painting the town.
Space ODDITIES • Embrace extraterrestrial whimsy and stay light-years ahead of the curve in capes, specs, and sky-high stilettos that shimmer like the Milky Way
Hedging THEIR BETS • Joe Biden’s sinking approval ratings and rising age have Democrats casting about for plan B
The MILDEWEDAGE • Excessive displays of wealth are the new guiltless gilt of our times
PLANET GRIMES • SHE WAS A FIERCELY INDEPENDENT ELECTRO-POP STAR—THEN SHE FELL FOR ELON MUSK. GRIMES TALKS ABOUT THE BLOWBACK AND REVEALS THE SURPRISING TRUTH ABOUT HER AND MUSK’S GROWING FAMILY, THEIR RIDE-OR-DIE INTERPLANETARY MISSION, AND HER THRILLING NEW ALBUM, BOOK 1
THE PRINCE AND THE PREDATOR • Stripped of his titles and forced to settle a sexual abuse case, PRINCE ANDREW is officially a royal disgrace. But the fallout from his friendship with JEFFREY EPSTEIN might have stayed contained if not for two pivotal photos—and one catastrophic TV interview
ALL THAT BREATHE • LAST MARCH, THE ATLANTA SPA SHOOTINGS LEFT EIGHT PEOPLE DEAD AND THEIR COMMUNITIES STEEPED IN GRIEF. BUT IT IS THE VICTIMS’LIVES—THEIR STORIES, THEIR LOVE—THAT TELL A PARABLE FOR A COUNTRY
DRIVERS WANTED • FORMULA ONE RACING IS OUR LATEST REALITY TV OBSESSION—AND THE MEN BEHIND THE WHEEL ARE SHIFTING INTO NEW LEVELS OF GLOBAL CELEBRITY
IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME • FIVE DECADES AFTER PAUL NEWMAN’S ROLEX INSPIRED A GENERATION TO HUNT DOWN VINTAGE WATCHES, JULIAN SANCTON GOES INSIDE THE FRENZIED ELITE MARKET FOR THE RAREST TIMEPIECES IN THE WORLD
THE BIG RED FLAG • WHEN THE CEO OF SCHOLASTIC DIED SUDDENLY LAST YEAR, HE LEFT CONTROL OF THE FAMILY EMPIRE TO A FORMER COLLEAGUE—HIS...