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The Body Artist

LONDON — DNA testing may solve a lot of human puzzles, but for Hussein Chalayan, it also raises a lot of questions.

The cerebral designer and filmmaker will represent his native Turkey this year at the 51st Venice Biennial with a short...

Editor Face-Off

One is a guarded editor who doesn't self-promote. The other courts his own fame even as he skewers the famous.

Memo Pad: What's The Frequency, Dennis? ... No Longer Teen Queen ... Miu Moves

WHAT'S THE FREQUENCY, DENNIS?: It's looking increasingly likely that Time Inc. or Hearst Magazines, or both, will launch weekly men's magazines in the not-too-distant future. Two former Maxim editors are heading up the projects:...

Fashion Scoops: Fashion Crowd ... Just Friends .. Something Dior? ...

FASHION'S CROWD: Monday's 2005 CFDA Fashion Awards look set to become a star- and crystal-studded gala.

Among those said to be attending are Linda Evangelista with Lanvin, Rachel Weisz with...


The London Symphony Orchestra will celebrate its centenary year with a great crescendo ... Rolling out the red carpet for the Tony Awards

Beach Boys

A veritable slew of bigwigs tore themselves away from their cedar-shingled manses Saturday night and helped kick off the Hamptons social season at a party for Kelly Klein's newest photography tome, "Emotion."

Safra's Choice

Some 250 people celebrated the opening of the Edmond J. Safra Lodge at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.

Memory Lane

Reading Umberto Eco's latest novel, "The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana," is like being submerged in a vast sea of cultural references, philosophical musings and literary witticisms.

The Other Paris

Just who is this Paris Latsis, besides Paris Hilton's similarly named fiance?

Fashion Scoops: Italian Initiative ... Strenesse To N.Y. ... Herman Honor ...

ITALIAN INITIATIVE: In an act of patriotic spirit, Giorgio Armani, Donatella Versace, Valentino Garavani and Gianfranco Ferre are curbing their normally competitive...


Capri is the place to be ... Horsing around in Rome ... The American Ballet Theatre celebrates opening night.

True Colors

Fearlessly talking with British writer-director Martha Fiennes about her new movie, "Chromophobia."

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