We know that lunchtime in New York City means salad for most ladies and gents. Salads are a quick, healthy lunch fix that won't leave you too stuffed to function. We've all had salads ranging from bad to worse in the city but look no further, here are our best salad bar picks to try during your next lunch hour.
If you thought it couldn’t get better than seeing tennis hunk Rafa Nadal on a billboard-sized poster wearing nothing but Tommy Hilfiger’s new line of underwear, think again! Last Tuesday, fashion tycoon Tommy Hilfiger organized a red carpet event at Bryant Park that gave spectators way more than they had bargained for.
It's been a summer of new names - more places to add to that list of yours, fake having been to, pretend to have heard of. But for every new spot, let us not forget about the old classics which keep on giving!
The Manhattan Young Democrats celebrated their Seventh Annual Young Gets It Done awards at Up & Down. The awards honor the Young Democrats' 5 Leaders Under 35. This years honorees were Ken Biberaj, Alex Gleason, Andrew Gounardes, Kat Kane and Eunic Ortiz.
Making the most of summer's last sunsets, Fiona Byrne joined Guest of a Guest last night to host a Cointreau Summer Soirée at the Jane Hotel rooftop bar. The exclusive cocktail party featured an emoji flash tattoo station, hearty bites, and a DIY Cointreau Rickey bar. Guests including Rebecca Dayan, May Kwok, and Gemma Styles took in the stunning waterside views while enjoying their fruity Cointreau concoctions.
From punk to grunge, Dr. Martens has always been synonymous with the air of youthful rebellion. For its Fall 2015 campaign, the brand celebrates a more underrated movement spurred by '80s youth culture: Buffalo. The iconic art and fashion moment, led by stylist Ray Petri and captured by the likes of a young Naomi Campbell and singer Neneh Cherry, was a precursor of the androgynous street style we love today - think men in skirts and women in combat boots.