Kaye is a diva of disasters, as evidenced by her Byliner Originals Sleeping with Famous Men and New York Times #1 bestseller Lifeboat No. 8.
A former Air Force pilot, novelist and essayist James Salter is the author of A Sport and a Pastime, Dusk and Other Stories and the acclaimed memoir Burning Days.
Elizabeth Weil’s work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Vogue, and Rolling Stone. She is the author of No Cheating, No Dying.
Newly divorced, “feeling around for change in pocket lint,” Mary Karr wrote The Liars’ Club, a bestselling memoir. She is also a poet and essayist.
Cheap or expensive, cotton or silk, worn with jeans or under a suit, the T-shirt is the epitome of L.A. style.
“They were too much in love to live,” their friends said, which may be all the explanation anybody will ever have for what happened next.
Men like to think that women disdain and dread one another. And that is true—but it is far from the only truth.
In the hyperaddictive, supercheery Shangri-la known as QVC, the perfect you is simply a dial tone away. But will you still respect yourself in the morning?
One year ago, it was uncertain if Rafael Nadal would ever be back among tennis’ elite. Now he’s the best player in the world, again.
Thanks to Ron Herman and Nina Garduño, denim becomes a study in earthiness and snobbery.
Jerry Buss brought Showtime to Los Angeles when he purchased the Lakers two decades ago. Now daughter Jeanie, who runs the team’s day-to-day business, is turning her own share of heads.
In the 24 years since taking over Harry Winston Inc. from his father, Ronald Winston has enhanced the firm’s exalted status.
Your favorite actor, your gardener, and your mother are having face-lifts. Will graceful aging ever make a comeback?
Feminism told us we could have it all. If only it was that simple …
“Where did you go?”
“What did you get?”
The question was not whether we loved each other but how much that love could absorb.
Adult film star Sasha Grey, a woman who is more than her parts.
At vintage house Lily et Cie, the clothes recall a time when form had function.
Sun Records legends put on their rock ‘n’ roll shoes.
Ten years after he became a megastar, Frampton tries to come alive again.
He inherited the most prestigious post in dance, and for fifteen years, it has kept him on his toes. On the eve of the New York City Ballet’s fiftieth anniversary, Peter Martins on ballerinas, Balanchine, and life backstage.
How would San Francisco Ballet’s Yuan Yuan Tan perform against an athlete in competition? Discover the irrepressible force that drives the slim physique.
It all worked out for him: No Shaq, no Phil, no prison. But have we worked out our feelings for him?
Risk-taking can be a liability in the game of tennis. But not for Rafael Nadal, who has dared to make mistakes—and reaped the resulting rewards—all while nuturing an inner calm.
The life and films of Kris Kristofferson.