1. T’s Design & Luxury Issue: Editor’s Letter T Style, Yesterday

    Good design — like a good idea — is always relevant, and that context, while important, isn’t everything.

  2. The Design Companies Conquering New Ground T Style, Yesterday

    Three companies — two established, one emerging — move in new directions.

  3. Art and Museums in NYC This Week Weekend, September 21

    Our guide to new art shows.

  4. Four Modern Masters of Color Reinvigorating Design T Style, September 21

    They're using vibrant shades in jewelry, interiors, lingerie and flowers. Get to know them.

  5. A Modern-Meets-Neo-Classical Apartment in Milan T Style, September 20

    The architect Vincenzo De Cotiis combines futuristic furniture with 18th-century finishes to create a home that’s entirely of the moment.

  6. The Latest Design Trend: Black and Burned Wood T Style, September 19

    An ancient Japanese technique protects cedar by charring it a witchy charcoal. It’s having a renaissance in the West (for less practical reasons).

  7. The New Earth Tones for the Home T Style, September 19

    When selecting slabs of stone, consider marble, granite, onyx and quartzite in otherworldly hues.

  8. The Emerging Designer Who Makes Both Furniture — and Jewelry T Style, September 18

    Eny Lee Parker is a busy and accomplished 28-year-old. And we haven’t seen her clothing line yet.

  9. Moisés Kaufman on Marrying Art and Life Real Estate, September 15

    For a playwright and director, sharing an apartment with a husband who’s also a collaborator can get a little messy.

  10. A Tour of Philipp Plein’s Master Bathroom in Manhattan Styles, September 14

    The German fashion designer known for his over-the-top runway shows created a fittingly luxe room to take a soak.

  11. A 19th-Century Mansion Turned Law Office — Then Home T Style, September 14

    In Brussels, the architect David Van Severen honored a building’s architectural history while renovating it for his family.

  12. The Visionaries Behind the Memorable Worlds of Film T Style, September 13

    In our image-obsessed culture, it’s production designers who shape our collective visual language.

  13. Jeremiah Goodman, Portraitist of Gilded Homes, Dies at 94 Obits, September 12

    In paintings, he captured bold interiors by the best designers at the homes of luminaries like Greta Garbo, Ronald and Nancy Reagan, and Wallis Simpson, the duchess of Windsor.

  14. Shopping for Kitchen Faucets Real Estate, September 11

    A faucet may seem like a minor part of your kitchen, but it plays an outsize role in the way the space functions — and how it looks.

  15. How Hard Could It Be to Combine Two Apartments? Real Estate, September 8

    Harder than you’d think, as one couple discovered.

  16. These Obsessive Men of MoMA Furnished Your Modernist Home Weekend, September 7

    The forward drive that Alfred H. Barr Jr. and Philip Johnson embraced seems utterly contemporary — and covetable — today.

  17. In a Desolate Corner of Milan, an Unexpected Home T Style, September 5

    The architect Andrea Tognon lives and works on a property he got for free, which was once a neglected industrial complex.

  18. Who Works Where? A Guide for Fashion Week Interactive, September 5

    The biggest names behind fashion’s main event, in New York, London, Milan and Paris.

  19. In Kelly Devine’s Apartment, Even the Furniture Has to Audition Real Estate, September 1

    For the choreographer of “Come From Away” and “Escape to Margaritaville,” designing a home requires as much care as putting on a Broadway show.

  20. A Well-Choreographed Apartment Slideshow, September 1

    For Kelly Devine, the choreographer of “Come From Away” and “Escape to Margaritaville,” furnishing a home requires as much care as putting on a Broadway show.

  21. A Classical Designer’s Modern House in Maine Slideshow, August 31

    Gil Schafer, an architect known for his traditional style, created a summer house that’s anything but.

  22. On T’s Radar: A Mountain Getaway, Lumpy Design & More T Style, August 31

    New and exciting things in the worlds of fashion, art, food, travel and design.

  23. From a Beloved Children’s Boutique to a French Décor Store T Style, August 29

    After Bonpoint and Merci, Marie-France Cohen begins her third act with a new store called Démodé, which she’s running from her Paris home. Step inside.

  24. The Hunter-Gatherers of 2017 Opinion, August 26

    My ancestors were a resourceful bunch. Here, they’ve fashioned a coat rack out of a tree stump. Here, a cinder block serves as a nightstand.

  25. A Cozy London Townhouse, Both Spare and Filled to the Brim T Magazine, August 25

    Claudia and Matthew Donaldson married their two distinct styles into an airy oasis for their modern family.