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Angelina Jolie to Divorce Brad Pitt, Ending ‘Brangelina’

It was a grand Hollywood romance that made its presence felt far and wide, from the red carpet to refugee camps in the world’s trouble spots. It was chronicled in lavish photo spreads in high-end fashion magazines and in paparazzi shots that appeared in the tabloids and on the gossip sites, as if to undercut …

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Fashion Review: Burberry Turns the Page

LONDON — The first show in the next stage of Burberry’s life as a brand took place on Monday in the former environs of a once-famous bookstore at the top of Charing Cross Road, just past the theater where “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” was playing to standing-room only crowds. Down a cobbled side …

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London Fashion Week, Day 4: Burberry and More

LONDON — The weekend moved at a breakneck pace this season, taking industry insiders to London’s four corners to see all the designers had to offer. But there is no rest for the wicked, and the schedule was only just ramping up to Monday, the busiest day of them all. Here’s what is coming: • …

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Table for Three: Table for Three: Elizabeth Warren and Tracee Ellis Ross on the Road to Activism

Table for Three By PHILIP GALANES Tracee Ellis Ross may be working 14 hours a day in Los Angeles on her hit TV show, “black-ish.” “But when Elizabeth Warren says she’ll have dinner with you,” Ms. Ross said, walking into a suite at the Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington, “you get on a plane. I have …

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Want to Find Fulfillment at Last? Think Like a Designer

STANFORD, CALIF. — Take out your flow journals. We’re going to talk about flow moments. You’re going to learn how to find a fulfilling career. You’re going to learn how to better navigate life’s big-moment decisions and kill your “wicked problems” dead. How? By training yourself to think like a designer. That, anyway, is the …

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Jean Paul Gaultier’s Fantastical Imagination

BERLIN — “Who is in charge of the feathers?” the designer Jean Paul Gaultier shouted on a July day as about 20 people scurried around him in the costume workshop at the Friedrichstadt-Palast theater. Mr. Gaultier stood behind a dancer wearing a bodysuit of fake tattoos under a rhinestone-encrusted bikini, from which bulged a prosthetic …

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On the Verge: A Punky New British Designer (Who Designs With Girl Rock Stars in Mind)

On the Verge By OSMAN AHMED In just over a year, Dilara Findikoglu has established herself as one of London’s most rebellious designers. While studying at Central Saint Martins, the Istanbul-born metalhead organized a guerrilla fashion show for the students who failed to make the shortlist for the press show. (She staged it, intentionally, at …

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Vows: Two Actors Find the Perfect Parts in Love

Vows By KATHRYN SHATTUCK Although her childhood ended long ago, Holly O’Brien, an actress, has clung to her belief in the value of all things Disney and in the promise of happily-ever-after. She stuck with it in her post-teenage years, celebrating her 20th birthday with a Barbies-and-princesses sleepover, her room covered in glitter and her …

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With Weddings, New Orleans Is Sometimes More Than a Style Choice

Although they are based in New York, Elizabeth Frumin and Blair Douglas, both 37, say they love New Orleans and its traditions. Which is why, when they planned their Sept. 4 wedding in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the couple insisted on having their 300 guests travel on foot, in a second-line procession — something more typically associated …

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Scene City: The Flashiest Parties of New York Fashion Week

Scene City By BEN DETRICK Equatorial mugginess, the scent of meatballs and thrashing mosh pits: The parties of New York Fashion Week took a populist turn when Opening Ceremony held its seasonal rager last Sunday at the Pennsy, a two-story food court next to Penn Station. Spike Jonze, the Black Eyed Peas and the ascending …

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