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    Givenchy on the Line

    Matthew M. Williams has a modern vision for the brand that once dressed Audrey Hepburn. Can he make others see it?

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    Rick Owens, spring 2023.
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    Fashion Review

    The Science of Style

    Nuclear fusion at Chloé and alchemy at Rick Owens. Plus the next era at Off-White.

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    Kaelee Overfield, 25, has found a large TikTok following by documenting a string of breakups.
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    The Lesbian Perez Hilton of TikTok

    When relationship dramas heated up this summer, she saw an opportunity.

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    Akeel Shah and Marley Brown exchange rings at their Sept. 10 wedding ceremony in Belleville, Ill.
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    At a Michelin-Starred Restaurant, the Ingredients for Romance

    Marley Brown had no appetite for dating when she met Akeel Shah, her colleague at the restaurant SingleThread. But after they bonded over passions for cooking and their careers, love was on the menu.

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    After becoming engaged to Tim Bell, left, Joshua Farrar said he wanted a ring that reflected how, as a gay man, he has “been defying what I’ve been expected to do my whole life.” For its stone, he chose a salt-and-pepper diamond, a once overlooked variety that has become more popular among L.G.B.T.Q. couples.
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    For Queer Couples, Engagement Rings With Subversive Stones

    As one jeweler put it, many of her L.G.B.T.Q. clients want “the opposite of what a diamond is supposed to stand for.” Sapphires, opals and other nontraditional stones have in turn grown more coveted.

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    Stefan Kienle and Emily Thompson share a kiss after their Aug. 28 wedding at the Black Mountain Lodge at the Arapahoe Basin Ski Area in Dillon, Colo. Their nuptials took place eight months after their house was destroyed by wildfire.
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    After a Fire, Rebuilding What Matters

    Months before their wedding, Emily Thompson and Stefan Kienle lost most of their possessions in the Marshall fire that destroyed their home and many others in Louisville, Colo.

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