Help Santa's little fans get the most out of the season with this North Pole–approved guide to making Christmas extra-special.
spin on getting in the holiday spirit, we tapped Michael and Darroch Putnam, the wildly talented duo behind the floral-design firm Putnam & Putnam. See how you can make your home feel like an extra-special winter woodland by trading tinsel and traditional bold hues for soft tones, organic textures, and lush accents plucked right from nature.
Allison Mills knows what she wants for Christmas—minimal fuss. Her holiday decor's checklist: fresh greenery, touches of black and repurposing what she has on hand.
No Hanukkah celebration is complete without latkes. Go classic potato for the first night, and then try borscht-inspired beet, cheesy cauliflower and Gruyère, and earthy-sweet carrot and curry variations on the other nights.
Hold off on the holly sprigs. The only centerpiece your table needs is a showstopping crown roast of pork that's fit for a queen—and a crowd.
Try a few simple strategies to make choosing, decorating, and taking down your Christmas tree a little easier this year.
Three years ago, a Jewish-Chinese music student and fledgling food blogger followed her fiance from New York City to a sugar beet farm just south of nowhere. This is the story of how Molly Yeh baked her way home.
A festive assortment of classics to make the season that much sweeter.
Comfort foods served family style convey the generous spirit of the holiday season.
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Whether you're planning a New Year's Eve bash or just a fun get-together with friends, we've got the guys for you—Patrick Janelle, the Instagram phenom behind A Guy Named Patrick, and his partner in cocktails and revelry, Maxwell Britten. Their winning party recipe: Take traditions of the past, add a splash of fresh style, and mix well.
Give a loved one the gift of running this holiday season with our favourite looks, tech and performance wear.
It’s celebration season! Make these seven dreamy, delicious treats your go-to recipes for serving, sharing, and giving all winter long.
Nostalgic for days of yore? These gifts hark back to a time when life moved a little bit slower.
We start scouting new toys in February, request tons of them in May and June, and over the summer, test a few hundred faves with some 75 kids and their parents. The result—this annual list—is the best of the newest. We don't play around! (Oh wait, maybe we do …)
Celebrate Hanukkah with an industrial-chic menorah.
Before you have a sleigh-bell ringer of a meltdown, read this.
The presents are open, the fire is roaring, and you've got to feed a full house. This sweet and savory meal (think do-ahead French toast and peppery bacon) will start the morning off right.
Festive dreidels, glimmering Stars of David—set the table for Hanukkah with easy handmade decor.