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The additions to the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Garden, at New Orleans Museum of Art, covers 2.4 hectares (six acres) and includes 27 sculptures. New works include Katharina Fritsch’s giant skull, Frank Stella’s oversized metal star and a trippy mirrored labyrinth by Jeppe Hein.

Staple Design’s Jeff Staple caused a ‘riot’ on the streets of New York with his sneaker collaboration with Nike back in 2005. The Asian-American has been at the forefront of streetwear ever since.

Hyaluronic acid is naturally found in the human body. In serum form it helps to combat dryness and plumps the skin. Four beauty experts talk about the cult ingredient


Twenty-six-year-old who plays video games and loves anime is one of fashion’s most in-demand faces. We caught up with her ahead of New York Fashion Week.

Qi Wang and Chenghui Zhang explain how being based in New York enables them to make social commentary, through clothes, on issues that would be controversial in China.

New bars and restaurants open in the Big Apple every day, but where are the trendsetters going? We give the lowdown on New York’s hottest recent openings for fashion week visitors.

The Instagram It-girl and style influencer, who’s been on a buying spree in the South Korean capital recently to furnish her new apartment, tells us where to stay, shop, and eat and what to see, and lets us in on some Seoul secrets.

The designer is launching her autumn-winter 2018 collection of shoes and handbags in Asia, which includes a partnership with Lane Crawford, that kicks off with an installation at IFC Mall in Hong Kong on June 27.

Taiwanese-American the latest to use fashion to send a message about US political climate as he shows spring 2019 collection in New York modelled by, among others, Lara Stone, Kaia Gerber, and Bella Hadid

Inspired by the traditional fashions of China’s master craftsmen and women, Italian designer Pia Zanardi launched Yali, a brand that has revived fashion from a bygone dynasty era of silks, chinoiserie and old-world silhouettes

An interpretation of the meticulous Japanese floral tradition is growing in popularity in the West thanks to the creative elite, who are striving to find balance and spiritual awareness through the hands-on art form

Traditional Chinese medicine has used schisandra for thousands of years. The wellness industry has picked it up and it is now said to have ‘adaptogenic’ qualities; Americans take it in smoothies, shakes and health and beauty supplements

Kristin Hildebrand launched Wone because she couldn’t find designs that were both functional and beautiful, she says; her chic, minimal sportswear is a cinch to wear with anything and designed to withstand high-impact gym routines