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For a wardrobe built on versatile appeal, choose the Milena midi dress in navy. It’s a sleeveless design fitted with a point collar and a mottled-button closure, ideal for laidback office days. Soft pleats and a front slip detail the skirt for a feminine feel. A cut-out element to the reverse gives a unique two-piece appearance, making for a noteworthy occasion edit. Choose heels or flats to suit your mood. Point collar. Sleeveless. Button front closure. Self-tie waist belt. Front slip…
An exhibition at the New-York Historical Society looks back at the German artist’s often undervalued influence on early 20th-century art
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This show at New York Historical Society of 150 works by Winold Reiss, many never before exhibited, includes portraits of Harlem Renaissance figures such as Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes.
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Elevate your casual edit with the Tate garment-dyed T-shirt. Crafted from soft jersey to an oversized silhouette, keep your look effortless by pairing it with the coordinating joggers or shorts, and wear REISS leather trainers. Garment dye Ribbed crew neckline Short sleeves Oversized fit REISS partners with Better Cotton to improve cotton farming globally. Better Cotton is sourced via a system of Mass Balance and is not physically traceable to end products. The model is wearing a size M…
In the March 1931 issue of the in-house magazine of chemical giant DuPont, between page-long paeans to the latest in “sensible athletic underwear” (“knit of pure DuPont Rayon,” of course) and the wonders of “transparent moistureproof Cellophane” is a feature on artist, designer and illustrator Winold Reiss (1886–1953). At once innovative and astonishingly versatile, the […]
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Tom Reiss places Thomas-Alexandre Dumas, a general in Revolutionary France and the father of the Count of Monte Cristo author, atop a high pedestal. With clear admiration, Reiss explains that the triumphs and travails of the elder Dumas inspired his son's adventure novels.
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