It's been bone-cold! Back in January, when Style Saves (a Miami charity founded by a stylist) traveled up to NYC for its first Coats for Kids event, we felt warm and fuzzy about its good deed. It partnered with IMG and William Morris Endeavor to outfit 250 underprivileged youth from Brooklyn. Its heroic professionals wore coats (better than capes!) and braved the feisty NYC weather to clothe others. We were reminded of how useful beautiful high-quality outerwear pieces are for staying warm and for staying hot on the NYC scene. So here are ten "10s"—ten coats and jackets from NET-A-PORTER that make a perfect outerwear wardrobe. Each one will help you stay ten steps ahead in style, for your career, so you can give back during your downtime.
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When you've schlepped all the way down to Tribeca for that early morning pilates or modelfit class, you might as well make a day of it, no? - It's difficult enough in the New York cold to motivate yourself to venture anywhere outside the comfort of your bed, so on those rare occasions that you do, it's important to keep the momentum going before those self-preservational instincts to hibernate kick back in. When you've all the time to wander, but the weather's up against you, remember: see a stop, take a stop.
As March begins and spring (hopefully) approaches, it's time for freshness, newness, and awakening. Especially in the art world. This month sees Armory Arts Week, the New Museum's Triennial, and the opening of the buzzed-about Richard Taittinger Gallery. Click through for everything you NEED to know.
We know first dates are awkward, and thanks to apps like Tinder, Hinge, Happn, Bumble, and more, they’re becoming more of a reality these days…great, right?! In an attempt to get the intros and initial awkwardness out of the way, here are a few date ideas to help break the ice.
You're still reeling from 50 Shades - or even dwelling on that lonely V-Day - and decided to get back into the dating game. You've downloaded the app, now follow the rules. Online dating etiquette is everything. If you send that dumb pick up line right away, you may miss out on the hottie you just swiped right on. Whether you are new to this, or a complete serial dater, listen up! Here are all the DO's and DON'Ts of online dating.
It's that time of year again! Armory Arts Week, scheduled March 3-8, 2015, is packed with everything from parties and exhibitions to satellite fairs. Get ready to hit up Pier 92 and 94 for the main event but don't miss any of the more indie showcases. Since there's so much to see and do, we've put together a comprehensive guide to help map out your week.
The New York Junior League (NYJL)'s 63rd annual Winter Ball at the Pierre Hotel in NYC was attended by nearly 700 guests. The benefit gala raised half a million dollars. Proceeds went to the many local nonprofits supported by the women’s volunteer organization. Each year, the NYJL Winter Ball brings together volunteers, family, and friends to honor recipients of NYJL’s Outstanding Sustainer and Outstanding Volunteer Awards, the NYJL’s highest honor. The fundraising event also commemorates both the groundbreaking community service projects and the women volunteers who dedicate their time and efforts to realizing the mission of the NYJL.
This week celebrates the Armory Arts Show taking place on Piers 92 and 94 starting Wednesday and running through Saturday. While the MoMA hosts its annual opening party for the Armory Show on Wednesday, and PULSE hosts its party at Hotel Americano on Saturday. We've thrown in free events you can attend as well! As always for full details and more events, check out our calendar, and be sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter for pictures of these events and more.