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Steven Mackinney is New York City power agent at The BRYDGES MACKINNEY Agency within the styling, set design, film, and directors departments. The agency represents some of the coolest names in the entertainment and fashion industries, including stylist Masha Orlov (who you should know...), set designers Josh Dotson and Chad Dziewior, hair stylists John Blaine and Andre Gunn, as well as directors Anton Esteban and Rob Kassabian. Continue reading for more reasons to know Steven Mackinney! [You Should Know]
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Ciara "CiCi" Ramirez is an artist, a freelance costume designer, and a student, all wrapped up in one super-cool package. CiCi's costume design genius has landed her some awesome gigs, including working on the 2013 film, And After All, starring Annabelle Dexter-Jones with director Julian Ungano. CiCi tells us that she spends her days trying her best "to always stay inspired, to create, and stay spiritually aligned." Whatever she's doing, it's certainly working. For more reasons to know CiCi (including her biggest secret revealed just in time for Halloween) keep reading! [You Should Know]
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Last night in NYC, Canadian sportswear brand, Moose Knuckles, celebrated its U.S. launch with a rock and roll bash at Dream Downtown, featuring a performance by The Kills and appearances by Rosario Dawson and Sky Ferreira, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds made their first public appearance as parents-to-be at the 2014 Angel Ball, Tali Lennox, Anna Sui, and Fern Mallis stopped by the screening of Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown, and more!
Last night, The Angel Ball took place at New York's Cipriani Wall Street to benefit Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for cancer research. Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Gigi Hadid, Tommy Hilfiger, and more attended this elegant, black tie affair, honoring Mr. Jho Low (Chief Executive Officer of Jynwel Capital Limited and Director of the Jynwel Charitable Foundation Limited); Jeff Gordon (Four-time NASCAR Cup Champion); His Excellency Yousef Al Otaiba (Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates) and Nile Rodgers (multi-Grammy Award-winning music legend). Click through for a look at this magical evening and its stunning attendees!
John MacCallum is a bandleader, songwriter, singer, and guitarist in the boy-girl duo band, The Henry Millers, alongside singer Katie Schecter. Their album, The Henry Millers, features songs including "Predators," "Something New," "Mr. Flash Gordon," "Diamonds," and more, along with new songs "Posies" and "Children," released this year. Their success has landed in publications including Bowling Green Daily News, Kick Kick Snare, The Wild Honey Pie, Refinery 29, Daytrotter, Nylon, Bullet Media, and Paper Magazine. The Henry Millers are playing at Rockwood Music Hall on Saturday, October 25th, at 12:30 p.m. Be sure to check out their music and read on for more reasons to know John! [You Should Know]
"Chill" took on a whole new meeting last night at the Dream Downtown, where Canadian sportswear brand, Moose Knuckles, celebrated its U.S. launch with a party presented by Nur Khan and Adam Nelson. With the Gallery space at the hotel turned into a cross between a rock star's lair and a Northern expedition, guests snapped photos with everything from bears in hockey uniforms to vats of maple syrup and indoor snow mobiles. With faux snow-covered trees and a giant Moose-shaped ice luge in the center of the room, it's no wonder why the party was so cool, though guests stayed warm with Dobel Tequila cocktails and specialty shots straight from the ice luge. Moose Knuckle models, on the other hand, paired their bikinis with sporty outerwear by the brand in order to stay toasty. It didn't take long for things to heat up, of course, when Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince of The Kills took to the stage. The wildly energetic, hour-long set included fan favorites like "U R A Fever," "Black Balloon," and "Sour Cherry," which caused a stir of singing-along as well as a massive mosh pit.