Last night in NYC, Derek Blasberg, Kate Mulleavy, and Laura Mulleavy hosted a screening of The Two Faces Of January, starring Kirsten Dunst and Viggo Mortensen, Sam Smith performed at the LG Art Of The Pixel Gala, Tommy Hilfiger and Jeff Koons dined at the 2nd Annual High Line Art Dinner and more!
Last night, Friends of the High Line hosted its second annual High Line Art Dinner, sponsored by Tommy Hilfiger Home. Guests enjoyed cocktails and a tequila tasting, as well as an intimate dinner by Bite Food. DJ Mike Nouveau provided music for the evening. The event celebrated High Line Art's commitment to expanding contemporary art in public spaces and pushing the limits of public art standards.
Julia Loomis, a graduate of Cornell University turned talented film producer and entrepreneur, also worked as developer for Genevieve Jone's fine-jewelry collection. Julia's hand in fashion has landed her at some of the coolest fashion events throughout the city. [You Should Know]
Last night, celebrities walked the red carpet into Gotham Hall for The LG Art Of The Pixel Event, a black-tie affair featuring an exclusive performance by talented performing artist, Sam Smith. The hall, dressed in candlelit tables with exquisite floral arrangements, also featured digital art on television screens for guests to view. Sarah Jessica Parker enjoyed the works, taking pictures of the different displays on her phone. Kevin Spacey and Neil Patrick Harris both posed for the videographers and engaged with interviewers prior to the formal, sit-down dinner. Guests enjoyed an open bar and glasses of white wine, as well as bite-sized foie gras PB & Js, mini tomato and mozzarella bites, and salmon with cucumber.
Rainer Judd, the stunning actress known for her work on End of Days, Jack, and The Hi-Line, is also an artist, filmmaker, and the president of the Judd Foundation, helping to preserve the works of her father, artist Donald Judd. [You Should Know]
The summer is over and the cold weather is creeping in, but that doesn't mean you need to say goodbye to the spectacular views of the city. Grab your jacket and head out to these NYC rooftop restaurants and bars where you can stay warm with a drink while enjoying beautiful views of the skyline and beyond.
We first fell in love with Lo Bosworth back in 2004, long before the days of Instagram and Twitter, when she was the quintessential SoCal cool girl on Laguna Beach and The Hills. Nowadays, the new New Yorker spends her time on the East Coast, where she's become a stylish lifestyle guru on her website, The Lo Down. Since we can always count on her to post some serious NYC #StreetStyle, #Selfies, and #FoodPorn, Lo was the perfect fit for our #SelfieSocialCleanse. Inspired by ABC's new show Selfie, we asked Lo to leave all of her followers in the dark and go silent on all social media platforms for one day. Click through to read more about her social media-free experience and tune in to ABC for the premiere of Selfie on September 30th.