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New Yorkers For Children Celebrates Its 15th Annual Fall Gala

New Yorkers For Children Celebrates Its 15th Annual Fall Gala
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Last night, guests gathered at Cipriani 42nd Street for the New Yorkers for Children 15th annual Fall Gala, benefitting youth in foster care. The evening featured dinner and a musical performance by singer Estelle. Hosted by Greg Kelly, the event honored Michael J. Dowling and was sponsored by Chloe and David Yurman.

You Should Know: Ira Drukier

You Should Know: Ira Drukier
You Should Know

Ira Drukier may shun the spotlight, but his myriad luminary New York hotels sure attract it. As an owner of a collection of hotels which includes The Merer, Greenwhich, Bowery, Pod and Chambers (to name just a few), and as a partner with people like Robert De Niro, Andre Balazs and Sean MacPherson, one could say Drukier is the "guy behind the guy" ala Bernard Arnault and LVMH. [You Should Know]

Interview: John Barrett On Runway-Worthy Hair & The Secret To Making That Blowout Last

Interview: John Barrett On Runway-Worthy Hair & The Secret To Making That Blowout Last
Interviews

This season, the legendary John Barrett took his hair mastery backstage to the Cynthia Rowley Spring/Summer '15 show at New York Fashion Week. Between his work creating custom looks for the presentation, we were able to chat him up about some of his major hair secrets. Want his tips on fighting fall frizz or making your blowout last longer? Just click through for all those and more!

You Should Know: Design Team Hollister and Porter Hovey

You Should Know: Design Team Hollister and Porter Hovey
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Hollister Hovey and Porter Hovey are two talented sisters with an eye for interior design. Numerous publications have fallen in love with the Hovey's personal home, including The Wall Street Journal, Refinery29, and The New York Times, which noted their eclectic mix of "apothecary cabinets, fencing masks and pith helmets, stacks of antique luggage and a taxidermy collection that would make Teddy Roosevelt proud." Also, you might've spotted Porter on Mad Men, after she won a photography contest with Banana Republic by taking a vintage shot dressed in the style of the show. Meanwhile, Hollister's online blog keeps us up-to-date with all things Hovey Design, while the sisters' official design site keeps record of their beautiful interior work. We've fallen in love with the Hovey sisters, and know you will too! [You Should Know]

Bonobos Debuts Spring ’15 Collection

Bonobos Debuts Spring ’15 Collection
Events

Last night, Bonobos, the fashion brand offering up well-tailored casual and formal menswear, previewed their Spring ’15 collection at Dune Studios. Guests enjoyed drinks courtesy of Pernod Richard and Peroni and browsed through the latest Bonobos line throughout the evening. The new collection, under VP of Design Dwight Fenton, pulls inspiration from photographer Yoshihiko Ueda’s book on architect Mies van der Rohe. The collection features outwear, knits, suits, shirts, and accessories played on toned-downed colors, understated florals, tonal pairings, and cleaned up workwear aesthetics, and will debut online at www.bonobos.com in January 2015.

You Should Know: Model Cory Bond

You Should Know: Model Cory Bond
You Should Know

Cory Bond is not just one of the industry's top male models with a incredibly successful career, he's also a commercial actor, restaurant investor, and an avid art collector. Plus, he's married to supermodel Bekah Jenkins, which makes for the ultimate model power couple. Cory's landed huge campaigns with Michael Kors, Banana Republic, and Dolce and Gabbana, and he's walked runways for the Jeffrey Fashion Cares '13 show, Marlon Gobel, and Michael Bastian, amongst other successes. We can't get enough of this fun-loving model, and you should know he's definitely one to watch. [You Should Know]

8 Hidden Escapes Perfect For Studying & Working In NYC

8 Hidden Escapes Perfect For Studying & Working In NYC
NYC

For most of us, autumn means getting back into the nitty-gritty of our jobs, pounding out endless amounts of work, or heading back to school for some major studying. If you're looking for a new, lesser-known study escape, we've rounded up eight perfect spots throughout New York City where you can go to get all your work done (and chug a coffee or two) while enjoying the scenery and comfort of the space. So instead of rushing to the New York Public Library, check out our slideshow for libraries, cafes, hotel spaces, and more.

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