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Last night in NYC, Olivier Theyskens, Timo Weiland, and Leigh Lezark got a head start on Halloween at the Deerdana x Horchata's Dia de Los Muertos "Don't Be Corny" Party, Kanye West made an appearance in Brooklyn to support +Pool, Gigi Hadid and Chanel Iman reimagined the possibilities of creativity with HP and Paper Magazine and more!
According to The Atlantic (AND Leandra Medine), 25 is the new 21. Well, having turned 25 today, I can officially say that a) the Atlantic is wrong and b) navigating life in your mid 20s is NOT easy. Before I pretend to have a total identity meltdown, I decided to go through a quick checklist to see if I was actually experiencing a quarter life crisis in NYC. Turns out - I am. If you're in the same boat, don't be alarmed, every mid-twenty-something New Yorker (besides Taylor Swift) is right here with you. Check out our personal guide to find out if you're ALSO experiencing a quarter life crisis in the city.
On Tuesday, October 28th, curator Gia Seo presented Thankyou, a collaborative art show with artists Smurfo U Dirty, James Evans, Antwan Duncan, and Fernando Ruiz at Niagara. The four different artists all contribute in shaping the way Gia sees New York. Be sure to click through our slideshow for more from Gia and the artists themselves!
Great ear accessories are hard to come by. Usually, one has a staple stud she wears daily, or a pair of gold hoop earrings that go with any outfit. Ear cuffs have been making headlines for quite some time, and it's time we traded in our tried and true classics for accessories that are a little more daring.
Halloween is only a day away and there are plenty of festive events going on all around NYC. From UNICEF's annual Masquerade ball, to VH1's Fire and Ice ball for the Save the Music Foundation, we have you covered. As always for full details and more events be sure to check out our calendar.
If you you've been to a restaurant in the city within the past year, then you know there has been an increasing amount of gluten-free and gluten-intolerant customers, hungry and agitated at the fact that there are little options to be had. The demand has finally given way to an extensive supply of gluten-free options throughout the eateries in NYC. Click through for some of our favorite spots to indulge without the gluten.
Last night, men's fashion brand Haspel celebrated its 105th anniversary with a cocktail party and retrospective at The Griffin. The presentation included suiting displays from the 1930s-1970s and Haspel's Fall/Winter 2014 collection. This year, the brand collaborated with Terrapin Stationers, Mulholland, Brooklyn Watches, and AO Eyewear to develop a limited-edition collection inspired by the Haspel man. The evening also featured a performance by New Orleans jazz band, Henry Butler & Friends, in keeping with the theme of the event.
Let's face it, we all strive for something bigger, better, and higher strata. Social climbing is only human, but the art of it? Well, we leave that to the experts. This week marks the launch of The Social Climber’s Bible, a tongue-in-cheek guide to navigating your way up the ladder by Johnson & Johnson heiress, Jazz Johnson and raconteur Dirk Wittenborn. Click through for an exclusive excerpt from their new book and be sure to snag your own copy!
Alabama-born Brian Francis is the Founder and Creative Director at Red's Outfitters, a line who's main focus is on sunglasses but also includes hats and shirts. As an original sunglasses brand, the collection is meant to speak to the founders' "American heritage while maintaining Italian, artisanal craftsmanship." According to their site, Red's Outfitters honors one of the original co-founders, who died in a tragic drowning accident, naming the brand after his dog, Red. In addition, "A portion of all [their] profits go to a foundation started in honor of our lost loved one called Shallow Water Blackout Prevention," explains the company. Brian Francis showed up to set sporting an awesome pair of Red's sunglasses, reminding us that "the future is bright," a motto to which he lives by. For more reasons to know Brian, continue reading! [You Should Know]