Nothing says springtime quite like a garden party, and no one does a garden party better than the Frick. Last night, the sun set on a gilded group of socialites and art patrons dressed to the nines to fit the "white and gold" dress code of the evening, sipping peach Belvedere spritzers and rubbing elbows on the grass.
He may now have his permanent home in California, but Bob Dylan will always be a true icon of New York City. A star born of the 1960s folk scene in the Village, he wandered the same skinny streets that we do, catching the last flames of the beat generation and starting the sparks of the outspoken wave that followed, prompting protest songs and supporting the civil rights movement that changed the course of history. OK, so we're a little bit obsessed with the guy, but on his 75th birthday, everyone should be.
As we welcome summer, many of us look ahead with trepidation to the warmer months, which mean the arrival of yet another wedding season. It seems like all the girls we went to high school with are posting engagement pictures on Facebook and requesting your choice of vegetarian or chicken. Getting another save-the-date in your inbox brings up a lot of feelings about not having a plus one for all our pending invites. Here, we look at some ways to make weddings fun while forgetting all that worry about when our time will come.
First, a moment of a silence for those of us too broke for Gov Ball and Panorama. We'll be living vicariously through Instas and Snaps. Luckily, there’s no need to shell out your hard earned cash (or in my case, hypothetical cash) to hear great music, eat and drink to your heart's content and convince your followers you're at the East Coast Coachella they haven't heard of yet. It’s not hard given the breadth of outdoor concerts and events throughout the summer.
That really socially active girl you went to college with just posted photos of her with some orphans in a rural village where she is volunteering teaching English for an NGO, and you're thinking, "Do I need to do some voluntourism too?" No! Voluntourism is just an ego boost for those dealing with guilt from their first world privilege. If you want to take a vacation, take a vacation, but if you actually want to have a positive impact, get down and dirty with these real life solutions.
It's that time of year! The Glass House is back with their annual Summer Party! On June 11th grab your favorite wedges and skip the city for an afternoon of leisure featuring taittinger champagne, classic lawn games and gourmet picnic baskets all with beats by Mia Moretti. Enjoy the idyllic backdrop of The Glass House along with the 49-acre grounds. Guests will also have a chance to experience the Contemporary art collections on view along with 2016 exhibitions, Yayoi Kusama: Narcissus Garden and Robert Rauschenberg: Spreads and Related Works.
"Vive Pommes Frites!" Good news for drunken snackers in New York - today Pommes Frites reopens and rejoices in its oily, starchy goodness. For 18 years the Belgian-style staple stood in the East Village, but was lost last year in the wake of the deadly explosion that rocked the neighborhood and crumbled the block. But New Yorkers are notorious for rebuilding bigger and better from the ashes, and owners Suzanne Levinson and Omer Shorshi have been busy doing just that.
When we were 16 years old, our summer jobs ran the exciting gamut from grocery store clerk to camp counselor. Sometimes a babysitting gig sprinkled in between. For Lily-Rose Depp, however, earning some extra cash comes in the form of modeling for Chanel. It's casual.