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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.
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.
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.
Bad news for shoe hoarders and Ikea lovers. That shoe collection might wow your girlfriends, but when it comes to dating, a Carrie Bradshaw worthy shoe closet won't earn you any bonus points. What else caused these seven guys to head for the door? Read on to find out what they had to say about their apartment deal breakers.
Your home office is typically the command center of your home. This is where schedules are planned, calendars are updated, bills are paid, schoolwork is reviewed, coupons are clipped, and magazines are stacked. With so many tasks taking place in one small area, piles can grow quickly. It is vital that your home office space work efficiently in order for you to be productive.
The first date is always the easiest. Each person can run through some basic facts about their lives, their job, their hobbies, and maybe even their dreams of owning a micro-pig (or is that just us?). However, the second date gives you a chance to leave a true impression on the other person. What better way to achieve that third date than by planning something that shows that you know you the ins and outs of NYC? Read on and try any of our favorite second date spots.
The scent of citrus and fresh herbs greeted guests at NYC's Bouley Botanical on Wednesday, where interior designer Meg Sharpe and Eye Swoon's Athena Calderone hosted a nature-inspired dinner with Vogue and Cointreau. The chic soiree saw everyone from Jennifer Fisher to Tali Lennox take in the warm, candlelit atmosphere, cozy sheepskin seats, and fresh florals courtesy of Putnam & Putnam. With dishes by David Bouley and specialty cocktails by Cointreau, we can vouch that everyone left feeling completely satisfied - if not wanting just one more drink. Click through for an inside look!
Peanut butter, our trusty childhood friend! Peanut-butter sandwiches made by mom. Peanut butter on toast after school. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups on Halloween. We were so basic with how we ate it! But, hey, that's the sweet thing about being a kid—you don't have to be sophisticated. But we're grown now. So let us tell you about where to take in satisfying peanut-butter desserts in the city like the polished New Yorkers you are. And about the healthier alternative to those Reese's cups that John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have been polishing off together like...PB&J.