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David Salle's
© David Salle, licensed by VAGA. Courtesy Skarstedt, New York
Art
Quiz: Test Your Curatorial Chops
Prominent contemporary artists including David Salle, Dustin Yellin and Ugo Rodinone, shared some of their earliest childhood works with T. Can you match the past with the present?


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For Tom Lonergan, one of Birkenstock's few authorized repairmen, business is booming.
Aaron M. Conway
Studio Visit
Business is booming for Tom Lonergan, a retiree in Ohio who is one of the brand’s few independent repairmen.

The Rue des Martyrs.
Gabriela Plump
One-Thing Shops
An American in Paris takes us on a walking tour of the Rue des Martyrs.


Bruce Weber
In Memoriam
Iris Apfel’s husband of 68 years, and a veteran in the textile business, passed away earlier this month.


Laure Joliet
Home and Work
The designers Andrew Paulson and Sean Dougall live and work in a renovated space filled with art, objects and looms.


Photograph by Matthew Kristall. Styled by Jason Rider
Fashion
Loud prints and colors from the pre-fall collections are subdued by tank tops, jeans and sneakers; and casual enough for every day.

My Bookshelf, Myself
The artist shares the titles he’d most want to take with him on a desert island.


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On Wellness
Place 8 Healing, where the healer Azalea Lee seeks to help cure modern ailments with the use of crystals.
Yudi Ela Echevarria

A Crystal Healer’s Guide to Curing What Ails You

In Los Angeles, Azalea Lee offers up the five stones that she finds especially resonant today.

Travel
A view from the lawn at the Wheatleigh Hotel in Lenox, Mass.

Adam Lippes’s Guide to the Berkshires

The designer recommends things to do, eat and see near his home in Monterey, Mass.


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Video
How to Make the Perfect Lobster Boil
The Brooklyn-based chefs and brothers Sussman are spending the summer in Montauk, as executive chefs at Ruschmeyer’s restaurant. Their secrets? The freshest seafood and lots of Old Bay seasoning.


Chic in Review

All the week’s fashion news that’s fit to reprint: Marc Jacobs’s tee, an Instagram upgrade and more.

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