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Singer, Actress and former MTV Reality Star Ashlee Simpson may have left her little one at home, but Fashion Designer Rachel Roy held her daughterās hand as they walked into The Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center in NYC on Monday evening. The American Ballet Theatre held its Spring Gala, presenting a one-time performance showcasing its upcoming season. The Dior-sponsored night brought actors, artists, photographers and various entertainment industry figures to observe the ballet. Click below for our interview. MoreĀ»
With Mother's Day this weekend, we took some time to chat with five of our favorite, influential bloggers about the women who've helped shape them: their moms. FromĀ "Fashion's Queen of DIY" to a footwear-obsessed Southern Belle, these are the ladies thatĀ many of us look to forĀ our daily dose of style advice. But, since it's all in the genes, we can't forget about the mothers who've helped make them into the tastemakers they are today. Click through toĀ learn a little more about theseĀ five mother-daughter duos.
With his first-ever Collective Design Fair, Collective .1, Steven Learner is making design more accessible to a new generation of design enthusiasts. In a space traditionally reserved for antique-based design, Collective .1 focuses exclusively on 20th and 21st century works. In Learner's words, this is "everyone should have the opportunity to have good design...I donāt think this inclusivity exists at other design fairs." Read on to find out more about how Learner is changing the design space, one fair at a time. Make sure to check out the fair now through May 11th.
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On Thursday night, prior to the Tate Americas Foundation Artists Dinner ending, Martha Stewart made an exit; before the after-party began. The after-party, DJed by Jim Lambie, started at 8 p.m. following the third-ever Artists Dinner fundraising gala, at Skylight at Moynihan Station in New York City. More than 30 artists from the Americas were honored at the event, sponsored by Dior. Check out our interview with Honorary Chair Sarah Jessica Parker, Francisco Costa, and Co-Chair Christen Wilson below! MoreĀ»
The Headstrong Project is a nonprofit dedicated to providing mental health treatment for veterans and their families. On May 8th, the organization will be hosting the "Words of War" Benefit, a cocktail fundraiser featuring performances by Jake Gyllenhaal and Girls' star Adam Driver. We spoke with the project's Chairman and Executive Director, Zachary Iscol, about the mental effects of war, the importance of understanding them, and the essential role that art plays in recovery. MoreĀ»
Web series are having a moment, and it's no different when it comes to Big Wheel Films' latest venture "Same Difference." The series, heading to a laptop near you soon, centers around two polarizing New Yorkers who just so happen to be demographically opposites: one white and straight, the other black and gay. The six-episode first season will see appearances from industry favorites Gabourey Sidibe, Cyndi Lauper, Charlie Murphy, Chad White and Rusty Joiner. We sat down with co-creators, actors and writers Chris Long and Carson Alexander, writer Kristopher Knight and feature actors Chad White, Rusty Joiner and Nick Matthews to talk urinals, dog whisperers and their 'same differences.' MoreĀ»
Attention all art-lovers! The magic and mastery of African, Oceanic, and Indonesian tribes will be showcased in New York from May 10th to 16th at the Madison Ancient & Tribal Art Show. We sat down with James Stephenson, the event's Co-Founder and organizer, as he takes us from the swanky lobby of the Dream Downtown to a journey through his enviable life. From witch doctors to warriors, from "Poison Arrows" to Park Avenue, Stephenson's passion for tribal art has prompted him to see it all. MoreĀ»
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Last night, Kate Young and other celebrities stepped out onto the red carpet at Old School in SoHo to celebrate the launch of Kateās new Target collection. The āspring flingā inspired event, hosted by Derek Blasberg, featured an exclusive private shopping area where guests could directly purchase items from the collection. In the main room, guests sipped champagne and nibbled on sweet treats. The collection will hit stores on April 14. We had a chance to catch up with the former Vogue editor turned stylish designer to find out what the inspiration behind her line was this season. We even got Kate's good friend Maggie Gyllenhaal to tell us her thoughts on the new collaboration. MoreĀ»
There is a niche market for designer and boutique perfumes, and the partners behind West Village boutique Aedes de Venusta have created an ode to the industry in their store. Opulent, fragrant, and intimate, the store boasts brands from major perfume houses, even those dating back to the 13th century. We spoke with co-owner Robert Gerstner about the store, the history of perfume, and why it's so important to know the story behind a bottle of perfume. MoreĀ»
Armin van Buuren loves music. It might seem like a trite statement for someone who's had the storied career most musicians dream of, but talk to him for a few minutes and it becomes clear. He's nearly two decades into the game and his passion for music and desire to elate crowds is unwavering. For the 600th episode of his live radio broadcast, A State Of Trance, the renowned Dutchman became the 2nd DJ to play (and sell out) Madison Square Garden. We had a chance to sit down with Armin before his show to find out what he thinks about the New York crowd, how he learned from other DJs like Skrillex, and where he believes electronic music will be in 5 years. MoreĀ»
If a tree falls in the woods and nobody hears it, did it make a sound? The age old philosophical question could easily be re-imagined for today's world in reference to social media. "If I did X, but didn't Tweet, Instagram, Vine, Montaj it, did it really happen?" As the fashion industry continues to embrace the digital sphere, the Style Coalition created the Fashion 2.0 Awards to honor outstanding achievements in digital and communication strategies. Last night's 4th annual event, sponsored by SIN THIRST SIN Energy Drink, was held at the SVA theatre and hosted by the crowd pleasing Robert Verdi. Simon Doonan's key note speech had attendees in stitches before categories were reviewed and the winners announced. We had a chance to catch up with Robert and Simon, who talked to us about timeless fashion purchases, social media, and Hedi Slimane's new collections at Saint Laurent. Click through to read our interviews! MoreĀ»
Monday, March 10
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.