Four dancers from New York City’s American Ballet Theatre showcase autumnal men’s fashion with grace
Murray Moss’s auction, Andy Warhol’s eternal 15 minutes and Mario Testino’s royal flush
To celebrate its 175th year, Tiffany & Co. returned to its roots last week, opening a new store in downtown Manhattan, not far from the site of their very first store, which opened in 1837.
The store, Tiffany’s third in New …
The mystical mountain idyll has made it one of the world’s most coveted destinations. But when everyone wants a piece of paradise, can paradise stay intact?
Market editor Caroline Grosso shares her favorites from Sept. 13
On the 30th anniversary of Grace Kelly’s death at the far-too-young age of 52, LIFE.com presents a series of pictures of the star—none of which originally ran in LIFE magazine—by photographer Loomis Dean
Kiddie couture for the young and fashionable
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From fashion intern to fashion mogul, designer Rachel Roy has set herself apart with her brand of polished, uptown chic. Here, she opens up to TIME about pattern mixing, politics and guilty pleasures
Every bit as great as its Portland mothership, and worth the 90-minute wait
The designer sent her models down the catwalk this season with Google Glass—the $1,500 augmented-reality eyeglass frames that behave like smart phones
Market editor Caroline Grosso shares her favorites from Sept. 12
Founded in July 1899, Fiat has become known for making some of the world’s most stylish cars. From its first factory in Torino to storied models such as the Fiat 500, TIME looks back at the company’s design triumphs throughout the decades