In the scorching summer heat, it's common for everyone to wear flip flops, lighter colors, and less layers. But us New Yorkers know how to stick to our staple color - black. It's a challenge to make it work without making you sweat. Luckily, we got creative with our closets and have the best all-black summer styles for you to steal. Click through for 5 black outfits to replicate now.
For those of you who find yourselves bored on your ever-so-monotonous commute into work, we've rounded up six different short stories and novels that are perfect, quick reads for the bus, train, subway, or cab. Change up your newspaper routine and delve into these thought-provoking, hilarious, emotional pieces that focus on everything from New York City life to death in the Cascades. Hopefully, you'll be so captivated by one of these stories that you'll forget you're even on a muggy city subway. Click through for our favorite short stories to add to your summer reading list now.
A little bit boho-chic and slightly American West, fringe has continued on the style upswing in recent years. Sure, its dramatic movement leaves some of us too intimated to try it, but no need to fret; we've gathered some simple staple items accented with fringe to ease the look into your wardrobe. From white leather jackets to basic button-downs, these timeless pieces are sure to provide plenty of fringe benefits.
Last night in NYC, ArtBinder celebrated The Viewer with a "Night Of Bohemia" party at Gallow Green, Keri Russell and Andy Serkis attended the NYC screening of their new movie "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," CFDA and MyHabit hosted a summer soiree to toast the "Give With Style" collaboration, and so much more!
We've got a few must-attend events tonight including Annie Atkinson's relaunch of ShesInTheGlow.com and Google's seasonal event "Ok Google, Let's Explore." Also make sure to check out Back2Kipling with a performance by YouTube star, Megan Nicole, and the NYC Premiere of Affluenza! As always, you can find the full details and more events on our Calendar.
The days of solid black and white socks are long gone. More and more men are turning to colorful, patterned socks to add a bold statement to their everyday looks. From quirky mustache prints to florals for guys, click through to see some of our favorite takes on this footwear trend.
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[Ethan Hawke,Ellar Coltrane, Lorelei Linklater, Richard Linklater,Patricia Arquette]Last night, film-goers were treated to an incredible work of art with the NYC premiere of the critically acclaimed film "Boyhood" at the the Museum of Modern Art. After filming for 12 years, the team behind this masterpiece finally got to display their work to a crowd of hundreds of people at the Titus 1 Theater, and it was met with rave reviews. The night began with stars Patricia Arquette, Ellar Coltrane, Lorelei Linklater and Ethan Hawke, who were all smiles on the red carpet as they talked about what an amazing experience it was working with each other over the past 12 years. After the carpet, stars and movie-goers were ushered into the theater, where director Richard Linklater and Ethan Hawke gave quick speeches of gratitude and appreciation to all of film's supporters. A quick 2 hours and 40 minutes later, the lights came up and thunderous applause filled the theater. Guests were buzzing about the film as they walked into the dimly lit Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden for the after-party. The lovely cast and crew mingled with guests, while sipping delicious cocktails, mouth-watering appetizers, and gourmet cupcakes provided by Baked By Melissa.
The New York dining scene is full of all kinds of restaurants, from those catching the latest culinary trends to classic establishments that have been around for decades. Whether you are a true New Yorker or just visiting, these restaurants will allow you to experience a bit of old New York. We have rounded up eight of New York's most classic restaurants still serving excellent food.