Eating gluten-free can have its challenges – especially during Thanksgiving and the holidays when you’re away from home and attending parties. If you or someone in your family has celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, the holidays can be especially stressful. But does that mean you should ditch the festivities? Mayo Clinic gastroenterologist Joseph A. Murray, M.D. and author of the new book, Mayo Clinic Going Gluten-Free, available everywhere November 11, advises otherwise! Everyone should go out and celebrate the holiday with friends and families, but keep these basic tips and advance preparation strategies in mind.
The Ballroom Marfa Benefit Gala took place at Prince George Ballroom last night with guests including Rainer Judd, Naomi Campbell, Texas-bred Luke Wilson, Dustin Yellin, Martha Stewart, and more. The event, which celebrated the 11th anniversary of the contemporary arts space, stayed true to the spirit of Marfa, Texas. Ballroom Marfa was led by Ballroom cofounders Fairfax Dorn and Virginia Lebermann, and executive director Susan Sutton. For more from the event, be sure to check out our slideshow.
Looking for something new to get into this week? Don’t miss the RESCUE Pop Up Shop taking over the LES (Lower East Side). RESCUE is introducing their new skincare line & inviting the community to celebrate with an influencer Meet-Up mixer hosted by Amy Marietta (Viviere Bella), daily VIP lounge, cups of Intelligentsia coffee, community cult movie nights, drinks to lubricate the party, and the ability for attendees to “RESCUE a Friend” by sending skincare products via UberRUSH for free, to their friends anywhere in the city.
Tonight Chrissy Teigen is hosting D.I.Y. Design holiday event with Shutterfly and Mastro's Steakhouse makes its debut on the East Coast. As always, for full details and more events check out our calendar.
Instead of the usual puffer coat on those in-between days, try sporting a chic, streamlined cape. It's an easy way to add texture and shape; If the cape is structured, make sure to wear something fitted underneath to give the impression of a slimmer silhouette. Don't be afraid to play with patterns and experiment with configuration—it's all in the fun of dressing.
Over the weekend, celebrities made appearances at some of the hottest New York City events, from the Project Perpetual Inaugural Dinner and Auction at the Four Seasons to Indochine's 30th Anniversary Party. We couldn't help but notice some of the super unique and on-trend outfits from the weekend, so we rounded up our favorites, including Miranda Kerr, Julia Loomis, and more.
Last night the non-profit organization Project Perpetual hosted a dinner and auction to raise funds to bring life-saving vaccinations to children globally who don't have access to them. It was an elegant affair, with an eclectic crowd making their way to the chic Four Seasons Restaurant. Inside the restaurant were a half dozen Birkin bags all donated to be auctioned off for the charity, as well as a one-of-a-kind Jeff Koons sculpture which the artist created just for the cause. The sculpture was inspired by Picasso's La Soupe painting, but also featured Koons' famous Gazing Ball as well as three Birkin bags owned by Diane von Furstenberg, Clara Kuo, and Project Perpetual founder Svetlana Kuzmicheva-Uspenskaya. Click through for an inside look of this art auction turned fashion extravaganza.
Today, @FashionsOfNYC spotted Brooke Elliott, a former New Yorker returning to the city for the week. Find out her fashion motto below and follow her on Instagram for more style shots. Keep your eye out for our daily street style look via @FashionsOfNYC.
Simply knowing that you have a major job interview is enough to put anybody into a panic. Immediately after scheduling it, you naturally realize that you don't know what to wear. First impressions are everything, especially when it comes to a potential new job. Trust us when we say that old saying is true, dressing for the career you want can lead you to success in the future. Put your best foot forward by following these 10 tips for making a great fashion impression. Now all you need to worry about is that firm handshake!
Over the weekend, the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival returned for two days to bring some of the best electronic musicians in the world to Williamsburg. The festival took over the coolest spots in BK including major concert venues like Music Hall of Williamsburg, Output, and Verboten, along with some of our favorite late-night, foggy, clubs like Villain, Cameo, and Glasslands.