Kick off Labor Day weekend at the Ace Chicago, which opens its doors today.
Refinery 29 hosts “29 Rooms” in Brooklyn, a fun house of multisensory environments.
Flash back to the gritty 1970s with cover girl Maggie Gyllenhaal in HBO’s The Deuce. Pick up the fall issue to get the full scoop.
Rodarte’s Mulleavy sisters make their directorial debut with the spooky, dreamy Woodshock, starring Kirsten Dunst.
Target’s Project 62 home collection hits stores and online with everything from modern furniture to entertaining essentials.
Snag a tartan-print trench from the J.W. Anderson x Uniqlo collaboration.
After perusing David Hicks Scrapbooks, an overview of the legendary interior designer’s pages of personal inspirations, you’ll want to start your own.
Plus: Gucci-fy your interior with velvet-upholstered chairs, silk wallpapers, and more from the maximalist brand’s very first decor line. Meanwhile, accessories designer Clare V. teams up with Wallshoppe on a series of graphic wallpapers this month.
5-8 Frieze London takes over Regent’s Park for its 14th edition with a new section devoted to pioneering feminist artists.
Sleep under the stars for the Desert Daze music festival in Joshua Tree, featuring acts like Kurt Vile and Ariel Pink.
Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech opens in Morocco. See how the city’s clean lines, patterned tiles, and bold colors influenced his iconic designs.
Good news for those outside Austin, Texas—the French-Vietnamese favorite Elizabeth Street Cafe releases
its first cookbook.
Look inside the spaces of creatives like Kelly Wearstler in The Authentics, coauthored by Domino founding editor
Just in time for Halloween, cult show Stranger Things returns with a new season.
Plus: Dolce & Gabbana x Smeg Homewares collaboration (themed “Sicily is my love”) lets you whip up something extra colorful. Head to the Hermèsmatic pop-up in Nashville, where you can dip-dye your vintage scarves.
Elizabeth Street Cafe, Phaidon, $40; Chiavari Chair, Gucci; wallpaper by Clare V. for Wallshoppe.]
From romantic dresses to printed suits, get your floral fix at H&M x Erdem (the British designer’s first collection to include menswear).
Experience Mexico through the eyes of Josef Albers, whose photographs of the country go on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.
Paris Photo takes over the City of Light this weekend with guest of honor Karl Lagerfeld. (And if you’re feeling extra chic, stay in the newly renovated Hôtel de Crillon—Lagerfeld designed two of the suites!)
Sing along (in your mind) to “I’ll Be Your Mirror” during the 50th anniversary of the album The Velvet Underground & Nico, performed by John Cale at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Plus: Whether you’re a serious collector or furniture design enthusiast, pick up The Atlas of Furniture Design for a very comprehensive look at the subject.
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