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Snow is on the way to the Northeast region and singles everywhere are frantically searching the personal ads of Craigslist hoping to find someone to snuggle up with before they're trapped in their apartment for a few days. An estimated 2 to 3 feet of snow is due to fall in the New York City area, a storm officials are calling "historic." So why not take advantage and try to fall in love?
Impending snow doom? No problem. Embrace your inner homebody with these 10 snow day activities. From getting creative, to getting...drunk, we have got you covered. Kick back with a spiked hot chocolate, some BFFs, and forget all about the miserable weather. Who knows? You might even enjoy it.
Brought into the spotlight by the release of Francesco Ragazzi's Palm Angels book and the personal style of designer Phoebe Philo, Elevated Skate is 2015's remix of normcore. The look mixes skate and streetwear labels with more fashion forward, elevated pieces. Favored by the fashionable downtown set, the vibe is highbrow with lowbrow. Think Palace and Stussy t-shirts paired with tailored Max Mara coats and Jennifer Fisher jewelry. Click through for your definitive guide to the next big trend in street style!
As in love, it's rare to find a jewelry line that meets all our needs and feels incredibly special. Let's admit it—we've all settled at times and bought gold-plated this or silver-plated that; they weren't keepers. Jewelry for life, like love, should transition from season to season, hold up year after year, and look even more beautiful with time. Fayt, a new fine jewelry line by New Yorker Kate Termini, is the loveliest collection we've seen in a long time (definitely worth the wait). While every single piece is understatedly beautiful when worn alone, we suggest you mix and mingle Fayt pieces for an effortlessly cool "bohemian surfer meets city" look à la Kate. The line was so intelligently put together—all the pieces are compatible! You can wear Fayt rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings at the same time, and look breathtaking for day or night, Manhattan or Montauk. And as Kate graciously shows us here, you can easily mix Fayt pieces with jewelry you already own.
Even though NYC may be in for record snowfall this week, that doesn't mean that snowy streets have to slow down your social calendar. This week, the Young Folk hosts the Official Outsider Art Fair afterparty, Vogue and Derek Lam toast his new flagship store opening and more. As always for full details and more events be sure to check out our calendar, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter.
Sick of having the same fight over and over with your partner? Even more sick of hearing your friends' advice about these fights? These amazing relationship apps may be the answer. Check out our favorite apps and figure out which one is right for your relationship!
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The Public Display Pop Up Gallery located in Manhattan's Lower East Side hosted an exclusive opening reception for visual artist, Rad Roubeni's current photographic exhibition, Public Display: Streetscapes By Rad Roubeni. Guests including Beatrix Ost, Arden Wohl, and members of the JR Art Crew were on hand to lend their support to the talented artist, whilst be treated to live DJ, freestyle dancing, and sipping cocktails with an enthusiastic crowd of artists as well as art lovers and collectors. Public Display: Streetscapes by Rad Roubeni is on exhibition through February 15th, 2015 at 104 Delancey Street.
With New York Fashion Week fast approaching, it's time to plan out your photog-ready looks to rock to all the daytime and nighttime events you plan on attending. But every year, the burden of purchasing the perfect outfits to wear to the tents leaves our heads and our wallets aching. Luckily, we've created five NYFW-appropriate looks all under $100. From leather and denim to fur and lace, check out our looks and get shopping!