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Last night, New Yorkers for Children hosted its annual spring dinner dance, a Fool's Fête, to benefit youth in foster care at the Mandarin Oriental sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue. The evening paid homage to the life and work of the late-designer, Oscar de la Renta and the over $50 million he helped raise for the organization during his time as a board member. A live auction raised $100,000 alone last night, and the entire evening brought in $725,000 for the charity. Click through for an inside look!
Spring is here, summer is quickly approaching, and we all know that means you're in need of an updated wardrobe. Shopping in the city is expensive, but we've found a way for you to shop without feeling guilty. Instead of spending your lunch money (again) on designer brands and expensive streetwear, make like Macklemore and hit up one of the five best thrift shops in the city.
Since our boss is probably reading this right now, we can't even attempt to take off on April 20th this year, which falls on a Tuesday (thanks, calendar!). Nope, we'll be in the office bright and early, though we might get a green juice from Organic Avenue just for the occasion. But nothing's stopping us (or you) from taking part in the 4/20 festivities a little early this weekend, and we've got just the guide for you cannabis culinary connoisseurs. So melt your cannabutter, stream Grandma's Boy on Netflix, and get to cookin'!
After brunch this weekend, why not spend your sunny Sunday checking out the most talked-about art exhibitions in the city? From big names like Richard Prince and Keith Haring, to innovative young artists who work in the digital realm, click through for your gallery guide!
With a sunny weekend ahead, it's totally acceptable to pick your brunch spot based on its al fresco seating options or size of its windows. Everybody wants a little Vitamin D with their side of Croque Madame, so click through for the sunniest springtime eateries in the city.
With internship season around the corner and interviews (hopefully) lined up in the coming weeks, your professional wardrobe may need some updates. In addition to practicing for that inevitable long list of questions, preparing to look your best is also a must. Whether you’re looking to break into fashion or finance, dressing for the interview could be a daunting task for your closet. No matter the job, we’ve compiled a list of basic essentials to ensure you’re dressed for success.
The opening of the downtown location of the new Whitney Museum has been the talk of art lovers, fashionistas, and society page enthusiasts ever since the Madison Avenue building closed its doors last year. Now the time has finally come to celebrate the unveiling and check out the new Whitney for yourself. On May 2, the museum is hosting a Meatpacking District block party for the ages and opening its brand new doors - for free!
Glittering in Tiffany's bling, some of the biggest names in the biz made it out to ABC Kitchen last night for the annual unveiling of the Blue Book Collection. Inspired the sea, design director Francesca Amfitheatrof was happy to share her gems with the likes of Reese Witherspoon, Olivia Wilde, and Amber Heard, who, in turn, were eager to display them. Click through for more Breakfast at Tiffany's (or Dinner at ABC Kitchen)-worthy looks.
Tucked away in a series of three brownstones on MacDougal is the Tiro A Segno of New York. Nondescript other than a proud Italian flag waving above its door and a red awning with its signature seal marking the entrance, this Manhattan social club has no qualms about keeping itself quiet. Quiet, that is, except for those in the know.