As New Yorkers, we're almost always on the hunt for our next apartment. Here at GofG, we decided to take a break from looking at listings for reasonably-priced studio apartments, since they're non-existent, and started checking out the most expensive listings we could find on StreetEasy, just for the masochistic fun of it. Click through our slideshow to see what people are willing to pay hundreds of millions of dollars for in this top-notch city (and start planning room designs for your future dream apartment).
Model and It Girl Soo Joo Park was joined by fellow trendsetters on Tuesday at the launch of Caeden Headphones' new Linea Collection at OpenHouse Gallery. Presenting both in-ear and on-ear headphones, the event featured the sounds of Vashtie Kola behind the turntables, drinks by Ketel One, and the cool kid vibes of Shaun Ross, Cory Kennedy, and Fiona Byrne. Click through for an inside look at the exclusive event!
Last night, guests gathered for a special screening of Focus Features' The Theory Of Everything film, an event hosted by Sofia Coppola. Stars of the new film Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, were both in attendance alongside other notable guests including Molly Ringwald, Tory Burch, and AnnaSophia Robb. Following the screening, guests headed to an after party at a private residence. For an inside look at this exclusive event, be sure to check out our slideshow.
Tonight, the Whitney hosts its annual Studio party (the last one in its old location) before a historic move to downtowns, Meatpacking District, Maiyet celebrates on the Vélez Blanco Patio prior to the Apollo Circle Benefit and more! As always for full details and more events, check out our calendar.
Last night, Aurelie Bidermann and Laure Heriard Dubreuil hosted a dinner to celebrate the opening of the Aurelie Bidermann New York Boutique in New York City. Guests, including Alexandra Richards, Alana Zimmer, Natalie Joos, Hannah Bronfman, and more, enjoyed dining at the cozy Lafayette Restaurant. The gorgeous dinner-scape featured long candlelit tables with dainty floral arrangements, all surrounded by shelves of wine. For an inside look at the event, continue reading here.
Regardless of where your home is located or what your rent is, chances are your apartment is not as large as you'd like. If you're like us, you really feel the struggle when your try to fit another pair of shoes you just bought into your closet, or attempt to have more than three people over for a gathering. However, your apartment size should not at any time restrict you from having a spectacular living space. While you may not be able to buy a bigger place just yet, there are plenty of ways to utilize your space with simple home decor techniques. Click through our slideshow for tips on how to decorate your small apartment space to make it feel bigger and more fabulous.
This week is all about the arts, from Hugo Boss presenting its 2014 Prize at the Guggenheim to the Apollo Circle Benefit, we've got the top parties picked out for you. As always, for more events, check out our calendar and be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram for inside-exclusives of these A-list parties.
After former Calvin Klein model Kate Moss spoke those infamous words, "nothing tastes as good as skinny feels," they seem to have become the norm in fashion. While designers will publicly claim that their clothes cater to women of all sizes, we can't help but notice they prefer to advertise their designs on bodies that are more coat-hanger than curvy. But Calvin Klein has recently garnered some attention for paving the way with its new campaign star, Myla Dalbesio. While it is an issue unto itself that a woman with perfect bone structure, defined abs, and a pretty bangin' bod would be considered "plus-size" in the biz, at least Myla can't be called "average." Besides her knack for modeling, which she stumbled upon during her years of pageantry, this gorgeous 27-year-old is also a celebrated performance artist with a dare-to-go-there personality that has already caught the attention of supporters like Chrissy Teigen, and us, of course.
You have to go to brunch at least once a week with your girlfriends. That's just like, the rules of feminism. Ok, maybe not, but honestly it should be. But what about those Sundays when the 'rents are in town? Since a dancing-on-the-tables-unlimited-booze-affair probably won't go over very well with mom and dad, we've rounded up the classiest spots to enjoy a mid-morning meal with a calmer crowd. Pinkies up, please!