Cherry Pick

Cherry Pick

Cherry was named the fashion director and chief fashion critic for New York in March 2014. In this role she leads global fashion coverage for both NYT and TMag.

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In Russell Wilson’s Seattle Return, Seahawks Have the Last Word

Wilson connected on big passing plays in his return to the city he led to a Super Bowl title, but a missed field-goal attempt in the final minute denied his Denver Broncos a victory.


Revelry and Unease in Alaska as Cruises Return

Ships are carrying fewer passengers than they did before the pandemic, but in port towns where the bulk of the economy depends on cruise travel, business owners say they are “grateful for what we have.”


A Construction-Themed Amusement Park Answers the Question, ‘Can You Dig It?’

At Diggerland U.S.A., children can experience the pleasures of heavy equipment firsthand. (Adults like it, too.)


Transportation Dept. Proposes New Rule to Ease Air Travel Chaos for Passengers

If a new federal policy goes into effect, Americans will have more recourse when airlines cancel or significantly delay flights.


Stockholm Instead of Rome? October Instead of July? How Heat Waves Are Changing Tourism in Europe

Shifts in travel patterns are likely to become more common in Europe, a region that climate researchers describe as a “hot spot” for severe summer heat.


Japan Swelters Through a Punishing Heat Wave

Japan is enduring one of its worst heat waves on record, raising concern about potential power shortages amid surging demand, even as officials urged people to keep their air-conditioners running to ward off heat stroke.


Rachel Sennott Just Wants You to Have the Time of Your Life

The actor and comedian considers herself first and foremost an entertainer.


The Artist Sculpting a Terra-Cotta Forest

Setsuko Klossowska de Rola’s exhibit in Rome, plus a fashion designer’s collaboration with West Elm and more recommendations from T Magazine.


On Minorca, a Remote Farmhouse Revived as an Upscale Estate

Plus: men’s wear tailored for a busy New Yorker, new hand care and more recommendations from T Magazine.


A Lodge for All Seasons Nestled at the Foot of a Mountain

Plus: tennis bracelets made in collaboration with Chris Evert, a guide to body scrubs and more recommendations from T Magazine.


With ‘Ragtime,’ E.L. Doctorow Blends Fact and Fantasy to Deliver a Pointed Critique

In the 1975 novel, as Jonathan Dee writes, the gaps between disparate American lives are closed and the veils that keep some invisible to others are dropped.


Crypto’s Long-Awaited ‘Merge’ Reaches the Finish Line

Ethereum, the most popular cryptocurrency platform, completed its much-anticipated switch to a more energy-efficient infrastructure.


Angel Olsen, Yaya Bey and Others On Their Favorite Songs of Summer

These tracks will make for a lovely dinner playlist and all but guarantee some after-hours dancing.


Searching for the Notorious Celebrity Book Stylist

In the name of personal branding, influencers might be paying someone to make them look like readers. But does a novel deserve more respect than a handbag?


Laughing With the Queer Comedians Running the Show

Building on a long tradition of antic gay humor, a new wave of young male talents have adopted a for-us, by-us approach — and reinvented the genre.


George Clinton on Painting, P-Funk and His Artistic Legacy

The artist’s influence is indisputably far-reaching. When asked about his own inspirations, he cites Lauren Halsey, as well as Fab Five Freddy and ancient Egypt.


Lizzo Plays New Notes on James Madison’s Crystal Flute From 1813

A classically trained flutist, the singer, rapper and songwriter spent more than three hours admiring the flute collection at the Library of Congress. Madison’s instrument was made for the second inauguration by a Parisian craftsman.


The Artists and Designers Making Tarot Decks for Today

For centuries, the playing cards have captivated seekers of all kinds — including creative types — and have become especially popular of late.


A Sherlock Holmes Mystery at the Grolier Club

A collector’s passion for Holmes and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is on display in “Sherlock Holmes in 221 Objects.” But can he solve the case of the pirate signature?


The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week

A brassy new Miami brasserie, an ode to Parisian artisans — and more.


The T List: Holiday Gift Guide, Part II

Beauty stocking stuffers, cashmere slippers, homemade pasta — and more.


Review: The Philadelphia Orchestra Returns, With Force

Carnegie Hall’s season-opening gala featured the ensemble and its music director, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, in a program of heavy-handed light fare.


Star Maestro With Russian Ties to Depart German Orchestra

Teodor Currentzis, who has faced scrutiny for his association with a Russian bank, will step down as chief conductor of the SWR Symphony Orchestra in 2025.


Hayao Miyazaki Prepares to Cast One Last Spell

No artist has explored the contradictions of humanity as sympathetically and critically as the Japanese animation legend. Now, at 80, he’s coming out of retirement with another movie.


‘West Side Story’ Star Ariana DeBose Is Always Ready for Her Next Role

After dancing in ‘Hamilton’ and playing Anita in Steven Spielberg’s new musical adaptation, the actress has her sights on a part entirely her own.


Yvonne Orji Reflects on the End of ‘Insecure,’ and Tells T a Joke

The comedian looks back on her years working on the career-defining show and demonstrates her trademark wit.


Can We Separate the Art From the Artist?

In the early 20th century, the building became a meeting place for many of the writers, artists, actors and activists who defined a new and vibrant Black culture.


My Ears Might Never Be Bored Again

Glass screens had been conquered by Slack and Zoom and social media, the apps of work and school and life’s assorted horribles, but my ears offered daily escape from, as Freddie Mercury sang, all this visual.


Why the Music of Rich Mullins Endures, 25 Years After His Death

Some of the most innovative set designers and directors are placing actors within transparent boxes, posing novel aesthetic questions in the process.


The Broadway Star Who Became One of His Generation’s Most In-Demand Voices

Whether he’s originating roles in musicals or on “Gossip Girl,” Adam Chanler-Berat brings range — and realism — as a new kind of character actor.


Maris Would Be ‘Tickled to Death’ to Be Matched by Judge

Aaron Judge tied Roger Maris’s American League record with his 61st home run of the season, and Maris’s former teammate Bobby Richardson sees many parallels.


Aaron Judge Inc.

Aaron Judge tied Roger Maris’s American League record with his 61st home run of the season, and Maris’s former teammate Bobby Richardson sees many parallels.