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As Hannah commented in last Sunday's episode, "[Natalia] is the kind of woman who has friends that get engaged." Unlike the dysfunctional twenty-somethings that we've grown to love on the HBO hit, Shiri Appleby's character really seems to have her life together, making her the sanest girl on "Girls." We got the opportunity to talk to Shiri, who gave us some surprising answers about what Adam Driver is like in real life, her move towards directing, and how far she's come since her twenties. More»
On March 18, the Meatpacking District Improvement Association will host its first annual "Open Market" fundraiser, hosted by co-chairs Diane Von Furstenberg and Andrew Rosen, Founder and CEO of Theory. The event will direct 100% of it's proceeds to the MPIA's efforts to improve the neighborhood. Hosted at the Highline Stages, the night will include booths from local restaurants and bars, as well as sample sales, a silent auction, and DJ sets from acts including The Misshapes and NANCY (LCD Soundsystem/DFA). Click through for our interview with MPIA Executive Director Lauren Danziger on what to expect.
Hosting a massive, swanky party is no small feat, but last night, Christopher Bastin of Gant Rugger successfully did just that. We stopped by the elegant West Village spot One If By Land, Two If By Sea, grabbed a fine glass of Kings County Distillery Whiskey, ate some food prepared by the Sussman Brothers, and sat down with the foodie-inspired creative director and host, Christopher Bastin, who chatted with us about his Fall/Winter “Brooklyn Luxe” collection.
Everyone has experienced that sinking feeling of showing up at a bar only to find it completely dead. Justin Sanders may have found the solution to our nightlife woes with a new website called SeetheScene.TV. So, of course we had to meet up with him to see if our days of on-the-seat-of-our-pants bar hopping were over. Only recently launched, See the Scene allows New Yorkers access to a live webcam of various bars and clubs across Manhattan, so you know whether you will show up to a lively crowd or some guy sitting alone at the end of the bar. Click through for our interview with creator Justin Sanders for some surprising facts about the website!
At the corner of Madison Avenue and Harding Drive, Hilary Rosenman is walking in style. As co-founder of shoe line Madison Harding, Rosenman has distinguished herself in the fashion industry for her vintage-inspired designs. We caught up with Rosenman to discuss her collection, Polyvore partnership, and personal style! More»
Kyle Hotchkiss Carone always knew that he wanted to be a part of the hospitality industry. Today, he finds himself acting as the Director of Business Development at Host Committee by day and as the restaurateur behind the new Cole's Greenwich Village by night. The New York maverick has worked on an impressive list of projects including The Setai and The Standard, but it is his new role at Host Committee that has persuaded him to settle into the office world he never thought he would want. More»
Ken & Cook, the popular Lower East Side restaurant on Kenmare Street, has been in business for quite some time now. Since opening last Spring, the trendy brasserie has developed a cult-like following with NYC's in-crowd, and the buzz around the restaurant shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Owner Artan Gjoni has some really big plans, especially for Fashion Week, for Ken & Cook and his ‘hush, hush’ nightclub, Lil Charlie’s. Click through for the exclusive interview with the man behind the hot spot!
Lorenzo Borghese, Georgina Bloomberg and Eric Trump hosted a smattering of celebrities and socialites at their first Animal Aid USA anniversary bash on Tuesday. Guest of a Guest had a chance to talk with Georgina Bloomberg, a recent addition to the board, about her involvement in Animal Aid, how she thinks pet laws are faring under her father's mayoral administration and more. Read the exclusive interview below. More»
Cody Ross is the fashion designer behind Priestess NYC. He is not only an artist, but also a visionary when it comes to the major success of his fashion line. He will be debuting his newest line, Drone Explorations, next week at NYFW, which was inspired by the contours of vehicles, missile system and the CIA. Everyone from Lady Gaga, Rooney Mara and Katy Perry have worn Ross' designs, and the multifaceted designer plans on taking avant-garde to the next level in 2013. While Cody Ross isn't designing, he contributes to Bullett, Vogue China, and is a fashion editor at i-D magazine. We got the exclusive interview on all the secrets behind his NYFW show. More»
Rogue & Canon, last night, was in to its fourth day of business. Perfectly placed on the corner of West Houston and Sullivan St., the outside is completely revamped, and even more so inside. Comfortably spacious with beautifully dim lit dinning area with exposed brick walls for parties and couples, and a classy copper tone bar fit to serve more than just drinks. We had a chance to sit down for a few drinks with co-owner Johnny Swet, to find out just what to expect with the new village bar. More»
The popular downtown Carribean hotspot, Miss Lily's, celebrated the one-year anniversary of Miss Lily's Variety Shop this week with the release of their VP Records album, aptly named Miss Lily's Family Style. The reggae series is a compilation of hits selected by Miss Lily's family of DJs, including main resident DJ of Radio Lily, Max Glazer, who executive produced the first installment with the restaurant's founding partner Paul Salmon. We got a chance to chat with the impressive DJ about the release, his passion for dancehall music, and being part of such an amazing family at Miss Lily's. Click through for a little island education from Max Glazer. More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.