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Dancing with Lenny
Dumbscrolling in Wartime • What happens when your stupidity feed turns into your horror feed?
Steal This Gift Guide! • Why stress about finding the perfect present when you can crib from our shopping list? Here are twelve of our favorite new products. We’ve tested and approved them all, so you can buy with confidence—even if you’re really shopping for yourself.
The Martini’s New World Order • The tuxedo of cocktails used to stay in its lane. These days, it’s the coolest way to explore uncharted territory.
IS IT REALLY A MARTINI? HERE ARE THE RULES.
Andrew Haigh Will Wreck You • After you see his new film, All of Us Strangers, the writer-director expects you’ll want to “think about some things”—about yourself, about your relationships, about your family
Another Look at Looking
Well in Hand • Montblanc’s elegant, modular travel bag is inspired by none other than the brand’s famous fountain pen
KING OF THE ROAD • To mark 60 years of the Daytona, Rolex is introducing new versions of the world’s most glamorous chronograph
An Italian Icon Takes America • Designer Massimo Piombo gets his style cues from all over the world. Now his affordable Piombo collection has finally landed stateside.
the refresh Winter • As temperatures and humidity levels drop, you’re prone to drying out. You need products that’ll keep your hair and skin happy and hydrated. Here’s how to ditch the winter itch.
Pulitzer-Worthy Prada • Mitchell S. Jackson, who accepted the prestigious journalism prize in 2021, explains why he wore these studded shoes to the ceremony
CAN I STILL BE A PATRIOT? • It used to be so simple to proclaim love for your country. Now it takes some work.
MY MID-LIFE CRISIS • After 40, most of us start to panic about what we have (or haven’t) accomplished. Me? I’m learning that there’s more to life than being a famous writer.
“As Is Enjoyed by White Citizens” • The white guy who brought down affirmative action in higher education now has his sights set on the venture-capital industry
the talented mr. kravitz • As he prepares to drop his first album in more than five years, with a massive tour to follow, the rock and style icon talks candidly about family, faith, sex, love, and legacy
WHAT IS AMERICAN STYLE? • GETTING DRESSED IN THE U. S.A. IS ALL ABOUT HOW YOU SEE THE WORLD
the BEST new restaurants in AMERICA 2023
RESTAURANT OF THE YEAR
RISK-TAKING BETS • IT’S NOT EASY TO SAY YOU’RE GOING TO OPEN A VEGAN WEST AFRICAN RESTAURANT OR A HAWAIIAN-JAPANESE-AMERICAN BRUNCH SPOT, BUT WE’RE GLAD THESE FOLKS DOUBLED DOWN
NOUVEAU SEAFOOD • BEYOND THE SEAFOOD TOWER
EAST VILLAGE FUNK • NEW YORK’S MOST OLD-SCHOOL COUNTERCULTURAL NEIGHBORHOOD FINDS ITS EDGE AGAIN
MAXIMALIST LUXE • TURNING IT UP AND GOING ALL OUT HAS RARELY BEEN THIS REFINED
MINIMALIST LUXE • THE PURITY OF INGREDIENTS CAN STILL BE SURPRISING
NU MEXICAN • A MORE PERSONAL TAKE ON MEXICAN CUISINE IS SEIZING THE SPOTLIGHT
CHAOS COOKING • IT’S TIME TO ENTER THE EXCITING ZERO-EFFSGIVEN ZONE. JUST DON’T CALL IT FUSION.
Billie Joe Armstrong • LEAD SINGER AND GUITARIST OF GREEN DAY; 51; OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA
OVER statements • The season’s sharpest coats worn by one of Hollywood’s liveliest and most creative minds, comedian Ramy Youssef. The Ramy star has a regular back-and-forth...