Chunky knits, neoprene, and PVC—designers have been experimenting with various materials to break the basic down jacket trend and keep your wardrobe as standout as you are, even in the colder months. Thanks to these statement outerwear pieces, covering up come fall and winter does NOT mean covering up your style. Click through for 10 unique coats that will last you for years to come.
Halloween is upon us once again, and as always we have a plethora of options to celebrate one of the most exciting holidays of the year. The parties are strong all over the city, with everything from black-tie masquerades to raging warehouse parties in Brooklyn. Click through for our full list of the best Halloween events in NYC!
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Last night, It-girls Hannah Bronfman, Annabelle Dexter-Jones, Angela Simmons, Atlanta de Cadenet, and Cory Kennedy attended the Rakuten Fashion launch at OWEN, Jennifer Hudson joined Courtney Love and Karen Elson at the Turn It Up For Change event for LGBT equality, Refinery29's Piera Gelardi and Christene Barberich launched their new book, Style Stalking, and more!
Last night, fashion notables, including Kate Young, Jenny Kang, Natalie Joos, Rachel Comey, and Jessie Randall, gathered at The Sky Room at The New Museum to celebrate the launch of Refinery29's new book, Style Stalking. Co-authors and two of the site's founding partners, Christene Barberich and Piera Gelardi, were also in attendance. The evening featured music from DJs Oh Land and Kitty Cash, while guest viewed images from the book and danced.
Now that the weather is getting colder, it is time for us New Yorkers to find some indoor activities to pass the time. Luckily for us, there is no shortage of fabulous art shows this fall in NYC. We've found some of the coolest new presentations around the city for you to check out in the upcoming months. From killer shoes to kimonos, click ahead to see our favorite exhibitions to escape to this season.
Last night, watchmaker Bovet 1822 and jeweler Vhernier hosted a private preview of the new exhibit FIERCE CREATIVITY to benefit the charitable organization Artists for Peace and Justice. The PACE Gallery exhibit features an eclectic mix of artists with pieces curated by artists Chuck Close and Jessica Craig-Martin. Guests were immediately captivated by the work, with notable artists like Damien Hirst, Rob Pruitt, and Close himself all taking part.
Any fantastic wardrobe needs a perfect piece that makes a statement. Whether you are going out for a birthday dinner or a night out on the town, statement necklaces are the perfect accessories to transform any simple outfit into a stylish and bold look. Statement necklaces can make your outfit feel effortless without looking plain. Click through for some of our favorite statement necklaces to accessorize with this season.
Last night, there was a private event to celebrate the launch of V CURATED, an advanced retail concept and store in Brooklyn, NY. Leading American fashion designer, Vanessa Vallarino brought her years of design, wholesale, fashion forecasting and retail experience to represent a business where brand building and trade work together to create a unique shopping environment. The V CURATED consumer has the opportunity to purchase pieces from a personalized selection in order to create a luxurious lifestyle collection. The launch featured emerging artists and designers including Arkins, Kao Pao Shu, Metro Retro, Circa Design, Ken Chen, MoeSewCoMillinery and Vallarino and guests enjoyed food catered by Chef Eliza Glaister and wine provided by Blue Quail. Click through for a look inside this intimate evening!