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Stella Tennant, My Friend • Hamish Bowles remembers the inimitable model.
A Place for Everything • The pandemic preempted the filming of The Pursuit of Love. But, wondered Georgia Beaufort, could much of the series be filmed, carefully, at a single house? She offered up Badminton to give it a try.
Take the Read • Set across Shenzhen, sun-drenched Baja California, and mysterious corners of Morocco, spring’s best books transport.
Pencil Pusher • Needle-moving cultural moments have long been defined by black eyeliner, from Godard to glam rock, goth to grunge. The COVID era is no exception, writes Cazzie David.
Fresh Paint • Sarah Cain’s joyful, exuberant canvases, currently supplanting a handful of 20th-century masters at the National Gallery of Art, are the right tonic for a time of transition. Dodie Kazanjian reports.
String Theory • In Judy Turner, designer Conley Averett has established a knitwear brand with one foot in old-world traditions—and another in a very contemporary sense of cool.
Second Life • As the popularity of resale sites like The RealReal and Rebag grows and grows, Lynn Yaeger finds that what’s thrilling and “new” isn’t always so new at all.
Crystal Clear • Recently installed as Swarovski’s first-ever creative director, Giovanna Engelbert has designed a collection of jewels as vibrant and playful as she is.
Contour de Force • After months away from the gym, is the best workout no workout at all? Naomi Fry signs up for next-gen, noninvasive body sculpting.
Gigi in Wonderland • As a model, she’s perfected the art of living in the spotlight. But motherhood has opened Gigi Hadid up to a new world—and a new set of priorities.
CREATIVITY IN MOTION • Enough with the armchair travel: We sent the best and boldest spring fashion around the world—from Beijing to Brazil and Los Angeles to Lagos—to celebrate the joy and freedom of walking, running, jumping, swimming, and dancing. Let’s move.
The Face of Hope • Rochelle Walensky, M.D., is the brilliant and compassionate new director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Rebecca Johnson meets the scientist America needs now. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz.
Trip Adviser • As certain psychedelic drugs receive “breakthrough” status from the FDA for the treatment of serious mental-health conditions, the wellness industry is looking to commodify the science—with a polarizing response from the medical community. Maya Singer turns on, tunes in, and drops some knowledge.
Through a Screen, Brightly • For a handful of ambitious, digitally minded, and homebound new creators, the pandemic has been not a curse but a passage forward. Nathan Heller meets the most vibrant lights to emerge from a dark year.
FORCES OF NATURE • In images inspired by a Nigerian folktale about the sun, the moon, the sea, and the sky, the musical duo Chloe x Halle breathes shimmering new life into eternal dramas.
BRIGHT IDEAS • Spring brings pieces rich with high-wattage, super-saturated color. It’s optimism you can wear on your sleeve.
Wheels Up • From e-bikes to scooters and roller skates, alternative modes of transport are dramatically on the rise. Dress them up with a creative combination of sporty, easy, and breezy.
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