In the city that never sleeps, New Yorkers are constantly looking for ways to save time, cut costs, and add some sense of organization to their hectic lives. That being said, New Yorkers are also never caught without their smartphone in hand, so why not let the app store take care of all of your needs? Embrace your tech-savvy side and download these nine apps - we PROMISE you'll be thanking us later.
Last night the Young Friends of ACRIA hosted a party celebrating a new year of continued support for the non-profit organization, which develops HIV research, education, and prevention programs. Designer Jason Wu, Art Production Fund director Casey Fremont Crowe, and jewelry designer Dana Lorenz all hosted the event at the newly opened Gordon Bar at the SIXTY Soho hotel, where a crowd of stylish downtown regulars gathered. Strawberry vodka punch and hot toddys were the drinks of choice for the guests, including style expert Mary Alice Stephenson, fashionable DJ May Kwok, and designer Peter Som. Members of ACRIA get access to exclusive events including artist studio and museum tours, as well as the annual Summer Soiree, and the party last night was the perfect way to kick-off another year for the growing organization.
There are few things more glorious than peanut butter when it comes to our favorite foods. In fact, we could eat peanut butter at just about any hour of the day or night (because in appropriate quantities, it's still good for you, right?). That said, we're not surprised that this Saturday, January 24th, has been deemed National Peanut Butter Day (NPBD). Of course, we're super excited to celebrate/indulge in (same thing) our favorite peanut butter treats. From no-bake peanut butter cookies to peanut butter martinis or peanut butter and bacon sandwiches (yep), NPBD may just be the best day, ever. Click through our slideshow for yummy recipes to help you celebrate this oh-so-wonderful holiday.
Tonight the Museum of Modern Art is hosting its first "Modern Party" and The James Hotel teams up with Grey Area to unveil their new public art project. As always, for full details and more events, check out our calendar.
It's your lucky day! Here are seven of the most gorgeous scarves on the market for you! Included? Lucky magazine's discerning accessories director, Julia Kalachnikoff, is here with three of her favorites. (She knows her stuff!) Whether you love cashmere, cotton, or silk-blend, all of these scarves are eye-catching and versatile. Wrap one around your neck as an easy accessory to top jeans and a tee. We can't wrap our heads around how easily one of these scarves makes even the most basic outfit so much more stylish. (And since it's your lucky day, we've added in the perfect beauty products to go with each scarf! Nice gift-set ideas for your besties' birthdays.) Happy shopping!
Fluffy, warm, extravagant, or simple, we adore every kind of sweater dress. Made of wool, cotton, or cashmere, this kind of knitted frock is the best approach to accomplish an easy stylish work-to-weekend outfit. It goes great with flats for the workplace or with leather boots and bold jewelry if you want to make a statement at night. Click through for our favorite sweater dresses to wear this season. Who says you have to sacrifice cool for cozy?
Last night, The Sandra Gering Inc. hosted an exclusive opening reception for American contemporary artist, Nancy Dwyer's latest exhibition. This celebration marks Dwyer's second solo collaboration with the gallery. Hosted by renowned gallerist, Sandra Gering, guests were treated to a special viewing of Dwyer's unique statement sculptures. Click through our slideshow to get a look inside last night's event.
Since the holiday break New York has been sleepy, but the downtown crowd decided to make up for lost time last night at The Mirror Cube launch party at Baby's All Right in Williamsburg. The new website created by Jess Manaforts gives artists and creatives a platform to personally recommend their favorite art, music, and film events to anyone who wants to engage in that community. Following weeks of hibernation, guests were thrust right back into the mix, with a completely packed house, open bar, and 2 band performances. The night kicked off with buzzed-about singer Soko DJing during her brief stay in NYC. She set the tone perfectly with uptempo rock jams that made way for the opening act The Walking Shapes. In the front of the room Timo Weiland met up with photographer Rush Zimmerman and blogger Danielle Bernstein following his Champion collaboration a few blocks north.
Tonight, Questlove DJ's at Up & Down where Jane Jupiter will also perform, the Rema Hort Foundation celebrates 20 years of its annual gala and art auction and more. As always, for full details and more events, check out our calendar.