Fashion week is back in NYC, and after a relaxing summer designers and magazines are ready to kick off fall in a big way. The fashion crowd will once again host parties at some of the best venues in New York, while also determining which of the new crop of restaurants, bars, and hotels will have them coming back all season. While we still expect a few surprises along the way, we've put together our list of the top venues of the week where you can be sure to run into industry A-listers.
New York Fashion Week is notorious for being the busiest week (well, two weeks) of the year. From sunrise to sunset (and long after) well-heeled writers, buyers, models, designers, and socialites are seen running up and down the streets of Manhattan. But in their impeccable editor-off-duty ensembles, you would have no idea that they've been sleepless for so many nights. This step-by-step outfit guide will help you achieve the same transitional looks to take you from the front row to the after-party in style.
Fashion Week. We may say it's about the clothes (and for the most part, it is), but season after season it's the parties that get the most attention. After-parties, album launches, fall issue releases—you name it, industry people will celebrate it. This NYFW is already set to have some unforgettable bashes, from Lady Gaga performing at the Harper's Bazaar party to Joe Zee celebrating his new collab with Old Navy. Click through for all the details and don't forget to check back throughout the week for updates!
New York Fashion Week always brings forth an exciting assortment of the best designs in town. While we obviously can't get enough of the runway greats, it's always the up-and-comers we're most eager to check out. Here, we've compiled a list of the newbie labels that are likely to be big hits this season and beyond. Click through for the young, fresh, and need-to-know designers to keep on your radar this NYFW.
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So you can't make it out to the Hamptons and you're looking for fun things to do this weekend in the city. Don't worry, it won't be a complete ghost town. From a celebrity sidewalk sale hosted by Mickey Boardman to an Electric Zoo party cruise, click through for all the great Labor Day events happening in NYC this weekend!
Last night in NYC, Kendall and Kylie Jenner celebrated their new DuJour cover at Lavo, DKNY and RAAT City presented a one-night only show, "New Art City," attended by the likes of Ryan McGinley, Becka Diamond, and Cole Mohr, fitness guru Tracy Anderson made an appearance at Resident Magazine's cover party, and more!
The thing about s’mores is that you always do want some more. Admit it, you know it’s true. But if you ever get sick of the traditional graham cracker and chocolatey, sticky marshmallow treats, there are plenty of creative riffs on the treat in NYC to keep your taste buds curious. Since summer's end is right around the corner, what better time to indulge in our nostalgic (and delicious!) campground treat?
We all know that yoga is one of the most beneficial forms of exercise. Whether you're looking to increase flexibility or get in shape for an upcoming marathon, you can turn to yoga for both a physical and mental pursuit of happiness. But with yoga being one of the most popular ways to sweat in the city, it could be hard to choose the studio that's right for you. Well, we've done the work for you. Click through for the top 5 spots to get your "Ohm" on in NYC.
We asked our first group of "You Should Know" influencers if they could remember their favorite songs from childhood. Some of their answers may surprise you and others may have you taking your own walk down memory lane. From Whitney Houston to Dolly Parton, Radiohead, The Beach Boys, and The Cramps, no two song choices were alike. For an old-school playlist inspired by some of our favorite people in New York City, including Casey Neistat, Nick Wooster, June Ambrose, and Fern Mallis, click through our Week One Playlist!