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Fashion influences from the Jazz Age are making some noise this spring. Dropped-waist dresses, sporty knits, fringe and long necklaces are among the trends born from the groundbreaking, looser look that first emerged in the 1920s. They're a blend of an unfussy attitude that still maintains a polished appearance.
Miuccia Prada never met her designing compatriot Elsa Schiaparelli in life but the two are being united in an exhibit on the sidelines of Milan Fashion Week.
William Theophilus Brown, a painter who enjoyed success for more than half-a-century and was closely associated with the San Francisco Bay area's "figurative" movement, has died. He was 92.
Get ready to fall in love all over again _ with John Singer Sargent, Winslow Homer, Frederic Edwin Church, Frederic Remington and other masters of American art.
Jewelry and artwork from the estate of philanthropist Brooke Astor will go on the auction block next year.
"Boy, this is a great city," says Woody Allen, lounging on a park bench that overlooks Manhattan's East River and the 59th Street Bridge. "I don't care what anybody says. It's really a knockout, you know?"
A new exhibition in Berlin of early Italian Renaissance portraits brings together for the first time key works from museums around the world, including Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece "Lady with an Ermine."
Brooklyn's old Bushwick neighborhood has quickly become a new world-class arts mecca - with music, dance, sculpture and theater bursting from defunct warehouses and desolate streets where gangs still roam.
Brooklyn's old Bushwick neighborhood has quickly become a new world-class arts mecca _ with music, dance, sculpture and theater bursting from defunct warehouses and desolate streets where gangs still roam.