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Last night in NYC, Rita Ora, Chrissy Teigen, and Hannah Bronfman took over Madison Square Park to launch the new DKNY MYNY fragrance, Leigh Lezark and Pamela Love joined Obesity + Speed to celebrate the premiere of “It’s Showtime,” Estelle made an appearance at vitaminwater and The FADER’s #uncapped event, and more!
Think you have what it takes to rub elbows with the city's most-talked about talents between the top shows and hottest parties at New York Fashion Week? Well, we want to meet you—and fly you out to New York City to hang with us. Not only will you and a friend get to stay at the new Ludlow hotel, but you'll also secure a featured spot in our #YouShouldKnow series AND have access to the one of NYFW's most exclusive parties—ours! Click through for everything #YouShouldKnow about how to win.
It's hard to believe that Miley's foam finger performance at the MTV Video Music Awards is already last year's news. With the 2014 VMAs coming up on Sunday, we thought it appropriate to take a look at some of our favorite moments from last year's show at the Barclays Center, including both musical performances and celebrity fashion. Click through our slideshow for some twerking, 'N-SYNCing, and more unforgettable moments.
Ditch that boring leather jacket you've been wearing since 2010, and treat yourself to a new, fall staple. We've picked out some of our favorite, eye-catching jackets that are all on-trend with the upcoming season. It's time to start planning your fall wardrobe, and it all starts with outerwear. Don't be sad that the end of summer is just around the corner, because now you have a new excuse to do some serious shopping.
Living in the city ain't cheap, and neither is drinking. That is the beauty of happy hour - great drinks for less, at the convenient time of I'mFinallyOutOfWorkINeedADrink o'clock. With the amount of bars and restaurants offering happy hour specials throughout the city, it can get a little overwhelming to find the perfect spot. That's why we've searched for the cheapest prices with the greatest drinks. So, click through for 7 NYC happy hours to get the best bang booze for your buck.
Last night, The Cinema Society & Grey Goose hosted a screening of Sony Pictures Classics' "Love is Strange" at the Tribeca Grand Hotel. The lead cast, John Lithgow, Alfred Molina and Marisa Tomei, was there to walk the carpet and talk about the film, along with many of their fellow cast members. Fashion designers Nicole Miller, Nanette Lepore, and supermodels Pat Cleveland and her daughter Anna van Ravenstein were just some of the fashionistas that were also in attendance. Following the screening, the party continued at Jimmy at the James Hotel, where guests enjoyed Grey Goose Le Melon cocktails.
Refinery29 hosted a special screening of Gayle Forman's best-selling book, "If I Stay," at Landmark Sunshine Cinema last night. Chloe Grace Moretz and Jamie Blackley arrived to adoring fans, and the two were more than generous with autographs and photo-ops for said fans. Guests filled the theater to watch the tear-jerker, and applauded the movie during credits. The party headed upstairs, where food, drinks, and gelato was supplied in great abundance for guests to enjoy. Many guests donned "Live For Love" temporary tattoos that they received as goodies. Everyone left entertained and satisfied, including the film's stars.
Now that "hookup culture" is on the rise, it's hard to remember the days when people took dating seriously. From one night stands to casual flings, hooking up has pretty much become the norm. We're not saying that there's anything wrong with having a good time, but we have to admit that we miss getting concrete signs that the guy is genuinely interested without having to turn into Sherlock Holmes just to figure out what he's really thinking. For some reason, there's a major disconnect between our parents' generation of dating and how we approach the game today. But these retro dating habits (that are slowly becoming extinct) prove why we all need to stop playing it cool and just be honest about how we feel. Besides, we'd take going steady over being "Facebook official" any day.