We've rounded up 10 brunch restaurants in NYC to add to your list. Whether you want to people-watch on the Top of the Standard or indulge in a midnight brunch at Red Rooster, we've got you covered. From the delicate yuzu bellini and steamed buns at Momofuku Ssam to the infamous caramelized-onion laden burger at The Marrow, click through for some of our favorite NYC spots with new brunch menus!
We've spent a lot of time examining spring trends, from metallics to athletic attire and everything else in between. It's time to give some recognition to one of the most essential wardrobe items: shoes! From mules to slip-on sneakers, we've rounded up the 10 trendiest shoe styles of the season.
With the unbearably cold temps in NYC, it can be hard to drag yourself out of the house at all, let alone to go work out. To help you stay on track with your fitness goals throughout the cold season, we've rounded up some of our fav NYC hot yoga spots to help you get your Bikram on. With temps reaching as high as 108 degrees at some studios, we guarantee you'll have no problem breaking a sweat.
Most of the fashion set may be at Paris Fashion Week or prepping for the Oscars, but NYC partygoers still managed a stylish showing at events around the city on Wednesday. SJP kicked the day off in a feminine Valentino number, while Saoirse Ronan donned Proenza Schouler to attend "The Grand Budapest Hotel" premiere later on that evening. Click through to see all of our best dressed guest picks from yesterday!
In some (rare) instances, great art has the ability to transport its viewer to another world entirely. Lucky for us, the works in this week's round up can likely cross the universe and beyond. From Soviet-inspired spaceships at the New Museum to a Mars-like powder planet at David Zwirner Gallery, explore the entire spectrum of NYC's must-see shows.
Last night in NYC, "The Grand Budapest Hotel" premiered with Adrien Brody, Bill Murray, and Ralph Fiennes in attendance, Carolina Herrera celebrated the Art Production Fund's upcoming "White Glove Gone Wild" Gala, DuJour Magazine's Jason Binn hosted a cocktail party at Friars Club, Franco V and May Kwok played mixes at the House of Sonos event, and so much more!
Runway shows are never silent. The collections illicit a mood dramatized by sound, as the beat keeps the passing elements in step. The shows are a carefully orchestrated, sometimes theatrical, displays. They are a confluence of players, costumes, music, and lights. Michel Gaubert is fashion's most prominent sound stylist. Neither composer nor DJ, he's simply a man with a vast collection of music stored onto his iPods and laptop. As a go-to for Karl Lagerfeld, Gaubert has subsequently mixed tracks for the shows of Balenciaga, Dries van Noten and Raf Simons, to name a few. Gaubert's Instagram account is one of the coolest we've seen, with over 8,000 some-odd affirmations of his quirky sensibility. Here, we explore the inner world of Gaubert, a key player in the behind-the-scenes of fashion. More»
While shoes may be a girl's best friend, having stellar footwear isn't exclusive to the ladies. A good pair of shoes can completely change a guy's look, taking him from so-so to visual perfection. You don't need 30 different pairs piling up in the back of your closet to be able to make an impression on the streets. Just a few solid must-haves will keep you looking up-to-date and polished. Read on to learn about the 7 essential shoes every guy should own for every occasion! More»
After years of obsessing over Carrie Bradshaw's wild romances and worldly escapades, who hasn't wanted to raid the iconic girl-about-town's extensive wardrobe? Well, now's finally our chance. Sarah Jessica Parker has teamed up with Nordstrom to bring fellow accessory-lovers a chic and affordable line of Italian-made shoes and handbags inspired by her glamorous life. The SJP Collection also includes a classic trench coat, with pieces named after her Sex and the City character, her favorite designer, and spots she frequents in NYC. We caught up with the actress-turned-designer at an exclusive preview event in New York on Wednesday, where we talked inspiration, grosgrain ribbon, and the ability to rock the "new neutrals." More»
With the Sochi Winter Olympics closing last Sunday, it comes as no surprise that vodka bars are on our mind. From plain and classically distilled vodka, to creative pairings and even some unorthodox infusions, NYC has plenty of vodka bar options to choose from. We’ve rounded up our favorite spots around the city for you to get the best of this Russian beverage. The Olympics may be over, but it doesn't mean the celebrating has to end. Cheers to U.S.A's nine gold medals!
Schlepping an overstuffed tote bag over your shoulder while out on the town takes so much energy and strength, it might as well be an Olympic sport. Do you ever want to be that girl who's carrying a bag half her size at a bar? Didn't think so. Here's our guide to the best small bags to clutch or loop over your shoulder for easy access to credit cards and lip gloss while dancing the night away. More»
Saturday, March 8
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.