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About a month ago, I turned—huge gulp—27-years-old. While I know I have so much more to learn about life, love and everything in between, I've realized that I've learned quite a lot about the world since I was a stubborn, selfish 18-year-old who thought she had learned everything she needed to know already. After years of bad dates, terrible "relationships," regrettable decisions, and lots of embarrassing moments, I have particularly learned a lot about dating. It took me a while to realize that dating in your 20s is so different from dating in high school or the early years of college. As you get older and become more mature, your priorities change and you start to really realize what you want in a person and in a relationship—and you also get to know yourself better.
Last night, Paul Frank celebrated its first Pop-Up Shop at the Paramount Hotel with an in-store event featuring a special acoustic performance by UK R&B artist Tallia Storm. Guests also enjoyed getting their hair done at FIX Beauty Bar's braid bar as well as shopping through plenty of Paul Frank products (just in time for the holidays!). For an inside look at the event, including photos from Tallia's energetic performance, be sure to check out our slideshow.
If Turkey Day hasn't left you plopped on the couch with an overstuffed stomach, you may be looking to tackle Black Friday and all its awesome shopping steals and deals. Whether you're lining up at midnight to shop in-store, looking for some major spa relaxation deals, or posting up at your computer to score some of the best online holiday items, we've rounded up great Black Friday sales to start your shopping spree. Be sure to check out our slideshow for ten places to shop this year and get ready to go!
This Thanksgiving Eve, Andrew Warren (owner of Just Drew Clothings) and Louie Torellas will host the annual Millennial Ball at TAO Downtown. Guests will enjoy an inspirational night of entertainment, as well as an open bar, hors d'oeuvres and delicious desserts. The event will benefit Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research, and it's definitely an evening you won't want to miss. This year's hosts include: Reya Benitez, Danielle Bernstein, Peter Brant Jr., Serena Marron, Gaia Matisse, Angela Simmons, Karen Shiboleth, Louie Torellas, Natalie Jackson, Tiffany Trump, and Julia Moshy. For more information or to reserve your tickets, click HERE. Plus, be sure to check out our slideshow for highlights of past events!
It's a problem we can only dream of having: What should we get Mary-Kate and Ashley for Christmas this year? Well, if you can't go with "small island off the coast of Mars" or "coat made from the fur of an as-yet undiscovered species of bear," chances are you'll be fine with a cigarette lighter. An extremely rare, vintage, price-upon-request cigarette lighter, but still, a simple option for an Olsen.
With Twitter, Instagram, and the rest of the social media-sphere allowing us to drop comments in a second, it seems that there are infinite ways to share your opinion these days. Make your statement stand out by wearing it instead of typing it. Whether you're a critic of the fashion industry, an environmentalist, or a women's rights advocate, GofG has got you covered (literally). Check out these celeb-approved t-shirts and figure out how you can look chic while supporting your cause.
This Thanksgiving, try mixing up your cocktail list with some celebratory drinks inspired by the most delicious fall flavors. From a Pumpkin Whoopie Pie Martini to German Mulled Wine and cranberry cocktails, we've got the best recipes sure to impress your friends, family, in-laws, coworkers, or whomever you've got rolling up to your Thanksgiving feast. Be sure to check out our slideshow for our 2014 Thanksgiving Cocktail Guide.
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.