In another one of Garry Marshall's classic takes on oft-neglected holidays (as far as films go, we mean), Kate Hudson stars alongside Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston in Mother's Day. Last night, Lands’ End, FIJI, and the Cinema Society hosted a screening of the new movie at Metrograph followed by an after-party in Ladurée Soho's idyllic outdoor garden. Kate Hudson was in attendance, joined by co-star Jack Whitehall and A-listers including (a very pregnant) Nicky Hilton Rothschild and Olivia Palermo. Click through for an inside look!
As drizzle started to descend upon the city, most of Manhattan (at least those in the know) hailed their cabs, booked their Ubers, and departed for no man's land - a.k.a. Brooklyn. Hosted at the industrial-chic Brooklyn Navy Yard, last night's Creative Time Spring Gala was certainly worth the trek. Over 500 guests toasted to Craig Robins and the art of Rirkrit Tiravanija with Creative Time Executive Director Katie Hollander, sipping their whimsical Bombay Sapphire cocktails (which included a boozy bottled iced tea and a cotton candy-infused concoction) before a twinkling dinner.
While Gigi Hadid turned the big 2-1 last Saturday, she very fittingly saved the celebration for a #ThirstyThursday blowout in Hollywood. Of course, we can't talk about Gigi without talking about her #Squad, and boy did they all show up. Taylor Swift, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, Lily Aldridge, and Hailey Baldwin rolled up to hot spot The Nice Guy and weren't afraid to jump in the photo booth throughout the night. But the Girl Gang wasn't alone: Jaden Smith and Gigi's beau Zayn were also in attendance, helping Gigi party into the wee hours. Click through for the photos!
New York women are a dating force to be reckoned with. They're hopelessly chic, career-driven, and notoriously picky when it comes to choosing their other halves. No wonder so many boss babes and social scene queens are still single. Dudes, if you've got the wit, charm, and funds enough to woo 'em, these are the girls to court. From fashion to tech, there's plenty of (fabulous) fish in the city.
This season there are plenty of new restaurants that we want to try out, and we'll likely eat our way through most of them before the end of the year. But a handful are so exciting, enticing us with Southeast Asian curry bowls, intimate French dining, and possibly the best pastrami sandwich in New York, that we're making time right now. We've narrowed down our list to present some of our favorite places to eat this spring, and we bet they'll become your favorites pretty soon too.
Because for every Friday in which you claim to want to be spontaneous, it somehow happens that the events transpired still mimic the actions of, well, every other "spontaneous" Friday that you've ever had before. Of course, that still doesn't mean you're going to stop going out anytime soon.
The first Monday in May is quickly approaching, and for A-listers and fashionistas that could only mean one thing: The Met Gala! With a red carpet that stretches for what seems like miles and about a thousand-and-one flashbulbs going off at any given second, celebrity attendees obviously need to look their best. So how do they prep for fashion's biggest night? It all starts with skin.
The sun is out and the flowers have bloomed. Add a much-needed spring touch to your closet with these 11 high-end jackets. From blazers to bombers, these pieces are sure to lighten up your seasonal wardrobe, even when the weather's still a little chilly.
Last night, infamous Instagram "appropriator" Richard Prince joined Fendi to host Free Arts NYC's 17th Annual Art Auction and soirée honoring Glenn O'Brien. Artists, A-listers, and girls-about-town crowded into the event on Chambers, at a space regal enough to reflect the guest of honor, a huge purveyor of the arts and king of New York cool. Paddle8’s Alexander Gilkes served as auctioneer during the live auction, posing pieces for partygoers including Jemima Kirke, André Saraiva, Hilary Rhoda, Tali Lennox, and Marilyn Minter. With art aplenty and the Perrier-Jouët flowing, it was a masterpiece of a night indeed.