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Remember when Christmas decorations didn't appear immediately after Halloween, and the entire season didn't seem to revolve mostly around buying stuff? No? Neither do we. It’s so easy to get swept up in the craze of finding the best deal on the perfect gift and beating everyone else to it, that we often end up with much more than we need. Believe us, we’re as guilty as anyone (yes, we all LOVE an excuse to shop) but Cyber Monday and Black Friday fever can get a little out of hand. In fact, since 2006 there have been at least 7 deaths and 90 injuries attributed to Black Friday. Everything from stampedes to stabbings, all in the name of bargain hunting. Not exactly the holiday spirit…
When you live in New York City, it's easy to say you've "seen it all." From parties to pop-up shops, it usually takes a lot to surprise us. But leave it to Glade® to do just that. Last night, fashionistas, It girls, designers, and Djs were turned into scent-enthusiasts at the Glade® pop-up shop in the Meatpacking District, where the star of the party was your feelings. Equipped with a series of different experience rooms, the shop allowed guests including Gypset's Julia Chaplin, Of A Kind's Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, and the Flower Girl herself, Denise Porcaro, to explore their very own scent stories, whether it was a winter wonderland of "Anticipation," a "Flirty" boudoir, or a "Fresh and New" bedroom seemingly made out of clouds. DJ Jilly Hendrix worked her musical magic across from an inspiring candle wall that became a face when you blinked, while scent specialists manned a candle bar lined with Glade®'s much-anticipated new products, inviting partygoers to take in the essence of each one. But this wasn't just about smell. Taking it one step further, the pop-up shop also featured a virtual reality room to engage all the senses. Let's just say you haven't lived until you've fallen into a bed of virtual peonies. Click through for an inside look at the innovative event and don't forget to stop by. What will you feel?
OK, we're drooling. If there's one thing we love more than fashion, it's food—and if there's one thing our friends over at Taste The Style excel at, it's combining the two in the most delicious way possible. Today, just in time for the holidays, Taste The Style launched #TTSDEVOUR, an online editorial series bringing together some of NYC's best eats with the industry's freshest new designs. Our take? It's pretty much a lookbook of every ideal meal-and-outfit daydream you've ever had. Hello, who doesn't want to match her nails to a lox bagel from Black Seed? Produced by TTS Founder and Editor-In-Chief, Cyndi Ramirez, and shot by DJ/Photographer/Cool Girl, Leslie Kirchhoff, this round features bites and bling from TAO Downtown, Lucky Strike, Paula Mendoza, and Jennifer Fisher. Click through to whet your appetite, then head over to Taste The Style for a full look!
Last night, New York City's most fashionable influencers gathered at the Waverly Inn for a fashion dinner hosted by BDA and William Blair. Guests, including Euan Rellie, Beth Pickens, Cynthia Rowley, Chelsea Leyland, Devin VanderMaas, Jodie Snyder Morel and Danielle Snyder, enjoyed a beautiful candlelit dinner and cocktails while snapping photos and enjoying each other's company. Check out our slideshow for more from this event!
Last night, guests joined Kara Ross and Donald Robertson to celebrate the Kara Ross x Donald Drawbertson handbag collaboration. The evening featured a VIP dinner at a private residence in NYC, as well as notable guests including Will.I.Am, Tory Burch, and Teen Vogue's Amy Astley. Guests enjoyed dinner and an exclusive look at the uniquely exquisite collection. For an inside look at the event, be sure to check out our slideshow.
It’s a little cruel that National French Toast Day falls on the day after Thanksgiving. Our stomachs really can’t catch a break! The Bitches aren’t afraid to indulge, especially in the name of a holiday, so we will power through despite our turkey hangovers and celebrate this decadent occasion. Here is the Bitches Who Brunch guide to some of the best French toast spots New York City has to offer so you too can celebrate with style and flavor.
The turtleneck is back! For people who think it's too complicated to look stylish and keep cozy, look no further than one of the season’s warmest crazes: the turtleneck sweater. This classic necessity has been seen on the necks of many fashion icons including Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, and Jackie O, and it is now everywhere from the runway to the streets. Either chunky, baggy, or symmetrical, we love all kinds of turtlenecks. Click through our slideshow to see the eight must-have turtlenecks of the season.
Want all of the delicious Thanksgiving dishes without the stress of burning the turkey, cleaning the rug an aunt just spilled red wine on, or worrying about how to politely ask your relatives to get out when dinner is over? We certainly do. That's why this year, we'll be dining out at some of our favorite NYC restaurants instead of doing the cooking ourselves. Check out our list of the best places to get Thanksgiving dinner and let the fam know where you'll be heading.