Explore this perpetually flowering city that is among the unsung cosmopolitan capitals of the Americas.
How to Design Your Own Tartan
Kiltmakers and mills in Scotland offer services that include listing the pattern on a national registry.
A Silversmith Who ‘Wields That Hammer Like a…
With thousands of strikes from tools of various sizes, Ndidi Ekubia shapes highly textured yet functional cups, bowls and vases.
In London, Paper Flowers Never Die
Jessie Beaumont colors and twists crepe paper to create colorful blooms.
Aluminum’s Allure Draws New Attention
Jewelers and artisans have been experimenting with the metal, attracted by its unusual appearance and sustainability.
Exhibition in London Links Rihanna and 18th Century…
A new exhibition in London draws parallels between contemporary celebrities’ styles and the Georgian era.
Macramé Is Back, and in Fashion
The knot-tying craft popular in the 1960s and ’70s is turning up on the runways again. (Maybe you can find a vest your mother or grandmother made.)
Memories of ‘a Renaissance Lei Maker’
Meleana Estes gathered stories from her grandmother and others on the art of making the islands’ traditional garlands.
People Started Buying Crocs During the Pandemic. They…
While other brands that thrived with customers in quarantine have dropped off, sales of the easily slipped-on clogs are up nearly 200 percent since 2019.