Sure-fire : sustainable accessories’ label Elvis & Kresse—which began by finding a new second life for discarded London Fire Brigade hoses—has an inspirational story that now sees it partner with the Burberry Foundation to handle its leather waste

Extra-strength beauty: Meg Hamilton and the Lucire team take note of the latest luxuries in this month, from the newest Miss Dior to a service that helps people outside the US get their fix

Smooth thinking: whether it’s a smooth taste, a smooth ride, or a smooth design, Lola Cristall and Meg Hamilton have made a premium selection this month

Delectable : as Boston and Cambridge, , get back on track after , Lola Cristall has her choices on where you can dine out

Unmasking the : from the history books to hot off the runway: Victoria Whisker looks at how the face has evolved from necessity to a accessory and why so many people are creating their own

New York’s sophisticated spots: some prime culinary destinations await customers’ return as the state sees its COVID-19 infections drop after weeks of lockdown. Lola Cristall has the low-down on numerous favourites

The nonconformists: Meg Hamilton examines some of Paris’s best ready-to-wear for autumn–winter 2020–1, discovering that designers were ready to question and break apart convention, letting their creative forces take hold

Coat tales: with winter fast approaching there is no better time to invest in the perfect coat. There is something to suit any mood, writes

Oyster’s your world—to dating: lawyer and entrepreneur Anishka Prasad has created an ingenious hybrid dating–dining app, Oyster Dates, serving, for starters, the city of . Jack Yan speaks with her

The Hacker, chapters 21–2: the parties all come to a head as Jaitendra delivers Shaitan Vikram to Talsera, with more unexpected turns to come, as we reach the conclusion of travel editor Stanley Moss’s novel, The Hacker

The Hacker, chapters 17–20: Mr Raj nears Talsera, and Shaitan Vikram returns to his apartment, as Jaitendra waits. We continue our serialization of travel editor Stanley Moss’s novel, The Hacker

Vanishing Earth: artist Natalia Kapchuk’s work is a reminder of our society’s impact on our ecology, including the destruction of natural habitats. Elina Lukas checks out her latest project, The Lost Planet

Country cool: Elyse Glickman reports that there is more to than Nashville and Memphis, which resonates with its rich musical legacies

The Hacker, chapters 13–16: Jan de Vries has found himself in the thana, while Jaitendra, an ally of Ricky Talsera, gets closer to Shaitan Vikram, in this latest excerpt from travel editor Stanley Moss’s novel, The Hacker

The Hacker: chapters 9–12: in this latest excerpt from travel editor Stanley Moss’s novel, The Hacker, Shaitan Vikram and Talsera all await Jan de Vries, who has also caught the attention of a Delhi police officer

Halo effect: Malaika Boysen Haaning, the designer behind Malaika New York, differentiates her label through its commitment to zero waste. Jack Yan interviews the Danish-born, US-based designer

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