Dating in New York is hard enough as it is - why burn through half your paycheck on an expensive outing when you finally DO find someone to go out with? Click through for some cheap (and fun!) date ideas for you, the broke New Yorker.
Depending on your social circle, the arrival of February gets you excited for one of two things: New York Fashion Week or The Super Bowl. While football and fashion may reside on opposite ends of the pop culture spectrum, these major events are surprisingly comparable.
New Yorkers know that Washington Square Park is the area to be when looking for a lunch spot! Disregarding the dining trends that come and go, local restaurateurs always find a way to hit that "major key," as DJ Khaled says, that leaves foodies with endless options.
If only truffle popcorn was served with the prosecco at every fashion party. Last night, Derek Lam, Henry Joost, and Ariel Schulman hosted a very chic fragrance and film launch at the Angelika Film Center to toast the new Derek Lam 10 Crosby collection.
PHD's famed Sunset Saturdays party along with host Matthew Assante threw a special birthday for the party's co-creator Dustin Terry. This week’s party had many special surprises and celebrity guests including a performance by the Naked Cowboy. Guests went wild for the Time Square favorite until artist Ja Rule took over the mic singing many of his famous Hip Hop anthems. The cowboy and JA sang together at one point as the party erupted!
Breaking up in the digital age sucks. Not only do you have infinite opportunities to stalk your ex (and his friends) (and that girl who just started liking all his photos all of a sudden), but you also have to put on a brave face and amp up your own social media presence so you look happier than he is. Sure, winning the breakup when you just want to stay in bed and eat salty foods sounds hard, but it doesn't have to be. Let's just say you have to fake it 'til you make it.
And just like that, it’s February Fashion Week again. Last night, Dockers took over ArtBeam with celebrities and industry friends in celebration of their 30th anniversary and to kick-off opening night of New York Fashion Week: Men’s. The venue opened at 6:30 p.m., and by 7 p.m., they were over-capacity by nearly 200, which left guests waiting anxiously (some irritated) in line. However, it turned out to be well worth the wait.
Last summer, New York finally jumped on the bandwagon and launched New York Fashion Week: Men's. But New York Men's Day was ahead of the curve, hosting a day of presentations dedicated solely to menswear at Industria before there even was a #NYFWM. As we dive into this season's iteration of men's shows, let's review our trend forecasting dispatch (for all genders) from Men's Day Fall/Winter 2016.