There is never a time more glamorously busy than Gala Season in New York - every night there is a new benefit to attend and be seen at. As the weather warms up, it makes sense that our schedules have too, New Yorkers are ready to run outside and finally take off the winter layers. Can't decide which ones to attend (besides all of them)? We've rounded up the top spring events. Get your gowns - and checkbooks - ready. After all, you're partying for a cause.
So we may or may not be getting that Beetlejuice sequel, but creeps, weirdos, and fashion goths everywhere can rejoice in the prospect of an insane new watering hole. According to its website, a new Tim Burton-themed bar is opening later this month in the East Village. Yes, a TIM. BURTON. THEMED. BAR.
Close your eyes and picture the following: NOT brunching at Jack's Wife Freda this weekend. Why yes! There are in fact dozens of other restaurants in Soho to dine at, whether al fresco or not. Following are some of our favorite Italian, Mexican, Australian, and New American spots in Soho that we argue are vastly under-Instagrammed for their worth.
Only Marc Jacobs could host a blowout dance party that has everybody talking - without even showing up himself. It's OK, Marc, we felt your presence. Last night, Old School Gym in Soho turned into a full-on freak-fest (à la Jacobs' spring 2016 circus at Ziegfeld Theatre) to celebrate the launch of the designer's new eyewear collection.
4/20. The holiday that was started by a group of high school pot smokers who met secretly after school to light up. The now infamous holiday has morphed into an all-day event, starting with the wake and bake. Inevitably, the munchies will set in and you'll have strange cravings for foods as if you were a pregnant lady. If you get so high that you can't decide what you want to munch on, we've taste tested 12 options that will satisfy any sweet or salty craving you might have later today.
As the legalization of weed moves closer to the forefront of politics, more and more of us are coming out of the cannabis closet and lighting up proudly. Even the most fashionable among us take time to blaze, albeit in the chicest way possible. Click through for 10 high-end (pun intended) smoking accessories fit for stylish stoners.
We've all heard by now that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won their respective parties' primary in New York last night, and whether or not you agree with the winners, let's hope you exercised your right to place your vote. These famous New Yorkers sure did.
As one of the most exciting neighborhoods in Manhattan, the Lower East Side is composed of dive bars, graffiti-ed walls, speakeasies, music halls, and most of all, satisfying bites for those 2 am drunchies. We promise to save you money on all late night bites in order to splurge on cocktails at Mr. Purple and the DL. Fuel up, then keep on shakin'!
The April showers could have fooled us, but it looks like the weather is finally warming up. That means that everyone and anyone is trying to spend free time out of the office and in the closest versions of "nature" that NYC has to offer. So, less space for your towel on the grass in your attempt to tan your ghostly pale bod (thanks winter!) and major foot traffic on typically empty walking paths.
What is better than a sunny spring day wandering around one of the greatest cities in the world? We chatted up some fashionable ladies on the High Line about how they would spend their ideal day in New York City.