Praying for spring weather to go with your brunch this weekend? All you need to do is get out of bed and explore. From Friday to Sunday, we have your guide to making the most of this much-needed break.
The New York Times is notoriously (and comically) late on most things, making it kind of the silly old grandpa of the media world. Oh, you just learned about hook-up culture? About the Rich Kids of Instagram? Aw, crazy ol' Times. The latest not-really-that-new-at-all thing to make it onto their radar? Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Nope, it's not Williamsburg, there's no Bedford Stop, and trust fund "artists" haven't started settling in just yet. Here's hoping they never do.
Everyone has their “thing.” You can be a foodie, where a restaurant opening is the highlight of your week, a fashionista who drools over a new collection, or a celeb-spotter who loves a good red carpet - don’t we all? See me, I’m a Bravo whore who was able to party like a housewife at the #RHONY premiere party on Wednesday at 42West.
Naomi Campbell is the ultimate boss bitch. Besides owning the runways for over two decades, the supermodel has had starring roles on both the big and small screens, produced a Top Model-esque reality show, and has now even penned an autobiography and photo book, which was celebrated last night by Marc Jacobs and co. An outspoken advocate for diversity in fashion, a certified icon and philanthropist, Campbell speaks to the inner diva in all of us. These 10 quotes prove just that.
Only 1,000 copies in existence, all signed by the ultimate supermodel herself. If you're in the habit of judging a book by its cover, this one (featuring an impressive bosom) will have you sold. Naomi Campbell's new two-volume book project, self-titled of course, is filled with intimate details and photos of her life and career. Totally worth $1,750, right? (Yes.)
If you're reading this, chances are you like to drink. If you like to drink, chances are you'll want to celebrate today. Not only is April 7th National Beer Day, it's also the anniversary of the end of prohibition in the United States. After the speakeasies and moonshine of the 1920s, the buying and selling of beer was made legal again on this date in 1933. What better way to commemorate the occasion than with hearty brews and great bargains?
Who knew?! We're kidding. Everyone knows journalists, news anchors, and TV personalities are a wild set. Last night the Hollywood Reporter celebrated the 35 most powerful people in media at NYC's Four Seasons restaurant. Honorees including Anna Wintour (duh), Megyn Kelly, Gayle King, and Lena Dunham were in attendance, rubbing elbows in the Pool Room with other A-list guests like Padma Lakshmi, Brooke Shields, and Ashley Greene. Rumor had it that a certain THR cover star (Bernie Sanders) would stop by, but we certainly didn't see him - and we would have. Alas, the bigwigs partied without him and didn't seem to mind.
Grand Central's timeless cocktail bar is a testament of Old New York. Grandiose, glamorous, and the perfect first stop on any tourist's list after steaming into the city by train. Even locals love it; it's a sophisticated spot to get dressed up and have a quiet cocktail.