Last night, guests partied all night with a llama named Pierre at ACME Studio's Annual Llama Party in Williamsburg. ACME's Shawn Patrick Anderson and Brian Colgan hosted the party, complete with props, taxidermy heads, and ACME friends, neighbors, and industry folks. Guests enjoyed soul 45 music sets by WFMU's DJ Mr. Fine Wine, cocktails featuring PRYM rum by Andrew Pistella, and Mexican food by Julio Mora of Cantina Royal. Click through our slideshow for more photos from the event.
The Young Friends of React to Film are hosting "RTF?!? Sneakers Only" tonight in Brooklyn where guests will enjoy artwork by Boy Kong. As always for full details and more events check out our calendar.
Whether you're looking for your future husband, networking for a new job, or are just looking for an Instagram-worthy evening, these winter charity events are where you need to be. Of course, they also provide a great way to party for a cause. From galas to studio parties, we've amassed plenty of invites and figured out which ones you just can't miss. So click through our slideshow and fill out your social calendar this season.
Last night, Barneys New York, Baz Luhrmann, and Catherine Martin celebrated the "Baz Dazzled" Holiday Window Unveiling at Barneys in New York City. The event, complete with a performance by Pentonix and an exquisite wonderland theme, brought together notables from the fashion and entertainment industries (and beyond!) for a night of holiday magic. The event, complete with candles dangling above a gorgeous dinner-scape, forest-themed backdrops, and plenty of confetti, was certainly one of New York City's best celebrations.
Last night, guests gathered at Lincoln Center to honor Stella McCartney with the Women's Leadership Award. The event featured host Chelsea Handler as well as Jerry Seinfeld and Sir Paul McCartney who honored Stella by presenting her with the prestigious award. In addition, guests enjoyed a musical performance by Dhani Harrison as they sipped on flutes of Veuve Clicquot. Other notables included Liv Tyler, Drew Barrymore, Kate Upton, and Woody Harrelson. For a look inside this star-studded evening at Lincoln Center, be sure to check out our slideshow.
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?
No one understands the importance of a post-work cocktail better than financiers. Wall Street was (practically) where happy hour was invented and it's only right that we pay it a proper tribute with a list of our favorite spots. So stop thinking about the NASDAQ numbers and start thinking about the number of drinks you'll be getting this evening.
To celebrate the Glass House’s 65thbirthday, Krug andArchitectural Digest co-hosted a lunch in New Canaan, Connecticut, on Sunday, November 9. Guests strolled through the Glass House campus and enjoyed Fujiko Nakaya’s “Veil,” the fog installation conceived by Nakaya with Glass House Director, Henry Urbach. An intimate lunch in Philip Johnson’s 1965 Painting Gallery had a festive feel with guests sitting down to dine at two long farm tables, surrounded by Frank Stella’s paintings from the 1960s and ‘70s. For more from this event, be sure to check out our slideshow.
Last night, over 400 guests attended the 2014 MAD ball hosted by the Museum of Arts and Design, honoring artist Michael Aram, artist Richard Dupont, gallerist and collector Barry Friedman, and design house Ligne Roset. This year's ball also inaugurated the Makers Showcase, a platform where chosen artists presented live demonstrations, including the works of photographer Benjamin Fredrickson, pastry chef Olivier Dessyn, and ceramicist Zack Davis. Check out our slideshow for more photos from the event!