The artist opens a tattoo shop, Morwin Shmooklers Office, in Williamsburg today.
The casual restaurant is serving dishes inspired by Chinese regional cuisines.
Authors Sharon Coplan Hurowitz and Amanda Benchley curated “Open Studio,” a book of DIY art projects, published by Phaidon.
The Italian jeweler continues to show its support of young artists through a collaboration with the MAXXI Museum of 21st Century Arts.
Molokai Sweet Potato Mille-Feuille, excerpted from “The French Laundry, Per Se.”
A blend of digital and physical initiatives, the festival will address such themes as empathy, hope and resilience.
The London-based artist unveiled two steel sculptures — including a giant Birkin bag on display on Bond Street — in a bid to discuss femininity and women’s rights.
The latest screen adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s novel stars Lily James and Armie Hammer.
Longtime New York nightlife photographer — and former WWD staff shooter — Steve Eichner releases a photography book documenting the early Nineties club scene in New York.
Les Deux Gares is the first hotel designed by Luke Edward Hall, who wanted it to feel like a “fantasy.”