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Bonobos Debuts Spring ’15 Collection

Bonobos Debuts Spring ’15 Collection
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Last night, Bonobos, the fashion brand offering up well-tailored casual and formal menswear, previewed their Spring ’15 collection at Dune Studios. Guests enjoyed drinks courtesy of Pernod Richard and Peroni and browsed through the latest Bonobos line throughout the evening. The new collection, under VP of Design Dwight Fenton, pulls inspiration from photographer Yoshihiko Ueda’s book on architect Mies van der Rohe. The collection features outwear, knits, suits, shirts, and accessories played on toned-downed colors, understated florals, tonal pairings, and cleaned up workwear aesthetics, and will debut online at www.bonobos.com in January 2015.

You Should Know: Model Cory Bond

You Should Know: Model Cory Bond
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Cory Bond is not just one of the industry's top male models with a incredibly successful career, he's also a commercial actor, restaurant investor, and an avid art collector. Plus, he's married to supermodel Bekah Jenkins, which makes for the ultimate model power couple. Cory's landed huge campaigns with Michael Kors, Banana Republic, and Dolce and Gabbana, and he's walked runways for the Jeffrey Fashion Cares '13 show, Marlon Gobel, and Michael Bastian, amongst other successes. We can't get enough of this fun-loving model, and you should know he's definitely one to watch. [You Should Know]

The Top Parties Of Paris Fashion Week 2014

The Top Parties Of Paris Fashion Week 2014
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The always fabulous, always FOMO-inducing Paris Fashion Week came to a close last night and of course it was with a bang. Like most of her parties, the soirée celebrating Carine Roitfeld and the launch of the latest CR Fashion Book was a star-studded event, seeing the likes of Miranda Kerr, Karl Lagerfeld, and yes, even Justin Bieber. But that was hardly the only grand affair of the week. From the Balmain after party to the intimate and chic PURPLE Magazine dinner, click through for a look at the top parties of PFW this season.

8 Hidden Escapes Perfect For Studying & Working In NYC

8 Hidden Escapes Perfect For Studying & Working In NYC
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For most of us, autumn means getting back into the nitty-gritty of our jobs, pounding out endless amounts of work, or heading back to school for some major studying. If you're looking for a new, lesser-known study escape, we've rounded up eight perfect spots throughout New York City where you can go to get all your work done (and chug a coffee or two) while enjoying the scenery and comfort of the space. So instead of rushing to the New York Public Library, check out our slideshow for libraries, cafes, hotel spaces, and more.

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You Should Know: Masha Orlov

You Should Know: Masha Orlov
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Masha Orlov, who's career originally began in Paris, is now a New York City based stylist and fashion editor who's contributed to various publications including Vogue Russia, i-D, and V. Masha has also worked on well-known fashion campaigns for Jeremy Scott, Zac Posen, Macys, and more. Masha's eclectic, innovative way of thinking is portrayed in both her refreshing personal style and her professional work, and we know her career will only continue to grow, get to know her! [You Should Know]

Karl Lagerfeld Turns Chanel Spring/Summer '15 Into A Massive Fashion Protest

Karl Lagerfeld Turns Chanel Spring/Summer '15 Into A Massive Fashion Protest
Fashion Week

Just when we thought we've seen everything there is to be seen from Chanel (weddings, rodeos, supermarkets, etc.), Karl Lagerfeld once again worked his magic and managed to surprise us all. Leave it to the King to turn the Grand Palais into an even more stunning setting, like, say, an entire Parisian street. Complete with trompe l'oeil apartment buildings, sidewalks, and even glittering puddles in the "street," the runway became Boulevard Chanel and the supermodels, including Cara, Kendall, and Gisele, became fashionable, feminist protesters ready to take the city by storm. Holding signs that read "Make Fashion Not War," "Ladies First," and "Divorce For Everyone," models marched down in a grand finale that was just as colorful as the Spring/Summer 2015 collection they were donning. Click through for a full look at the Paris Fashion Week show EVERYONE will be talking about.

You Should Know: Artist Ryan McGinness

You Should Know: Artist Ryan McGinness
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Ryan McGinness is an immensely talented artist, with a vast collection of intricately beautiful works and installations. The surf and skate culture of Virginia Beach of Ryan's upbringing provides much inspiration for his work which includes paintings, sculptures, environments and "graphic drawings which use the visual language of public signage, corporate logos, and contemporary iconography." McGinness, an Andrew Carnegie Scholar got his start at the Andy Warhol Museum as a curatorial assistant during college. From Amsterdam to Madrid and NYC, Ryan's work has made an impression throughout the world, utilizing a groundbreaking aesthetic that allows him to share personal experiences. Ryan also has an extensive collection of published catalogues, books, and monographs featuring his art. Ryan has been one of our favorite artists to follow and someone that we think you need to know! [You Should Know]

Miles Teller Attends The Cinema Society & Brooks Brothers' Screening Of "Whiplash"

Miles Teller Attends The Cinema Society & Brooks Brothers' Screening Of
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Last night, The Cinema Society and Brooks Brothers hosted a screening of Sony Pictures Classics' Whiplash at the Paley Center for Media, with the film's special guests including Miles Teller, J.K. Simmons, and director Damien Chazelle. After the screening, guests headed to an after party at Weill Music Room at Carnegie Hall where they enjoyed Grey Goose cocktails and company.