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Burberry, Finally, Puts on Its London Show

The latest runway show, delayed by the death of Queen Elizabeth II, was inspired by the British seaside. It had a decidedly muted air.

Matty Bovan Brings Milan to Life

While Armani threads the needle and Ferrari hits a speed bump.

Playing Twinsies at Gucci

Plus gremlins, goddesses, Paris Hilton at Versace and a triumph at Bottega Veneta. Things are getting funky in Italy.

Trying to Explain the Try Guys Drama

The 2010s YouTube mainstay is suddenly back in the news, and the news is messy.

It Costs $250,000 to Access This Private Playground

Casa Cruz, a London celebrity hangout, opens on the Upper East Side.


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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.

The T List: Holiday Gift Guide, Part II

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

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.

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.

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.

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.


Tedeschi Trucks Band Brings Something New to the Beacon: A Four-Part LP

“I Am the Moon,” inspired by the 12th century Persian poem “Layla and Majnun,” gave the roots rockers focus, perspective and a host of new songs to play at their New York residency.

Ray Edenton, ‘A-Team’ Studio Guitarist in Nashville, Dies at 95

In a career that spanned four decades, he played on thousands of sessions and accompanied many of the biggest names in country music.

Trombone Champ Makes a Hit Video Game of an Unlikely Instrument

We asked several trombone players what they made of the popular new game, which laughs both at and with their instrument. Spoiler: They like it, too.

Shakira Is Accused of Tax Evasion in Spain. Here’s What We Know.

Prosecutors have charged the Colombian singer and pop star with six counts of tax fraud for failing to pay 14.5 million euros in income taxes. She could face a steep fine and a prison sentence.

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.

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.

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.

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.