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Days after Hurricane Ian carved a path of destruction from Florida to the Carolinas, the dangers persisted, and even worsened in some places
Met Plans Lagerfeld Show, Santiago Sierra Creates Muddy Balenciaga Runway, and More: Morning Links for October 3, 2022
To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The Headlines FASHION MODA. The work of the late designer Karl Lagerfeld will be the theme of the next Met Gala in New York, the Associated Press reports. On the calendar for May 1, the festivities will be tied to the opening of the exhibition “Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty” at the Met’s Costume Institute, which will include some 150 pieces made by the designer, who died in 2019 at 85. Up in Toronto, Fashion magazine proposed that the Art Gallery of Ontario‘s Art Bash! fundraiser could be Canada’s answer to the vaunted Met Gala. And in Paris, Page Six reports, Balenciaga staged its spring/summer 2023 runway show at the Parc...
Hurricane Ian capped 2 weeks of extreme storms around the globe: Here's what's known about how climate change fuels hurricanes
When Hurricane Ian hit Florida, it was one of the United States’ most powerful hurricanes on record, and it followed a two-week string of massive, devastating storms around the world. A few days earlier in the Philippines, Typhoon Noru gave new meaning to rapid intensification when it blew up from a tropical storm with 50 mph winds to a Category 5 monster with 155 mph winds the next day. Hurricane Fiona flooded Puerto Rico, then became Canada’s most intense storm on record. Typhoon Merbok gained strength over a warm Pacific Ocean and tore up over 1,000 miles of the Alaska coast. Major...
As recovery efforts continue after the devastation left behind by Hurricane Ian, the National Hurricane Center is watching two disturbances in the Atlantic. The closest to the U.S., Invest 91L, is a tropical wave showing signs of possible development as it approaches the Caribbean. It could become a tropical depression over the next few...
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