Summertime and the city-livin's easy. And smelly, but we digress. Not all of us were lucky enough to be out in Montauk this weekend, but those New Yorkers who stayed behind certainly found ways to make do. From Coney Island and Central Park to rooftops and the Rockaways, click through to see how NYC celebrated Memorial Day 2016!
Memorial Day Weekend in the Hamptons - nothing quite comes close. From model-filled dinners at the Surf Lodge to a Drew Barrymore bash with Hamptons Magazine, click through for all the best parties you missed out East.
The Hamptons are expensive, ostentatious, and oftentimes obnoxious. That's hardly news. However, a $27,000 bottle of rosé just might be. The new Southampton outpost of Jue Lan Club, a recent NYC favorite, opened this Memorial Day Weekend with quite a bang...or rather, a punch.
We all see those poor boyfriends and husbands sitting outside dressing rooms, carrying 10 shopping bags and staring at their shoes. Treat your beau to a shopping day he won't despise. Added bonus: you can finally persuade him to buy the stylish clothes you've always secretly wanted him to wear.
After a chilly spring, summer hit NYC hard, just in time for the flood of events that take advantage of the incredible cultural spaces the city has to offer. Walking around the congested streets in heat and humidity might be unbearable, but the concerts, food fairs, and unique art events all make every summer in the city unforgettable. We've put together a list of our favorite events that any New Yorker will want to be a part of, if for no other reason than to be reminded they're in the most entertaining city in the world.
While you were being #basic at a barbecue or something lame this Memorial Day Weekend, the better among us were showing their stripes in New Jersey at the 2016 Princeton Reunions. Proud tigers through the decades made their pilgrimage back to campus to rep their class years in the famous P-rade, complete with pimped out cars, witty signs, and a blowout performance by The Knocks. Some familiar alumni included NYC social scenesters Nell Diamond and Kyle Hotchkiss Carone, who no doubt ruled the circuit back in college, too. Click through for an inside look at this annual Ivy tradition and be warned...Princeton kids sure know how to party.
Winter was nice, right? Your man stayed at home, getting pale and lacking in the maintenance department. But now that the warmer months are here it's time to refresh, not only yourself but your guy, too. Get him shaved, scrubbed, moisturized, and perfected for all those upcoming weddings and weekends in the Hamptons. Here's how.
This past Saturday marked yet another royal wedding to enter into your Pinterest board dreams of what may be. Lady Charlotte Wellesley, daughter of Duke of Wellington and Princess Antonia of Prussia, smiled beamingly in an off-the-shoulder Emily Wickstead gown on her way to meet her betrothed, Alejandro Santo Domingo. Yes, of those Santo Domingos, whose wealth we shall never be sure of the origins nor the gross amount.
Nothing screams summer more than seeing a movie on a rooftop with friends, bags of buttered popcorn and bottles of Moët & Chandon. New York City's hottest lounges and cinema clubs are opening their rooftops to us, so we can snuggle and get drunk during screening sessions under the stars.