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.
Forget Coachella, NYC was the place to be last night as a troupe of Chanel-clad actresses and It Girls shuffled into Soho hot spot Balthazar for the 11th Annual Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner. The candlelit soiree saw the likes of TFF founders Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro as well as A-listers like Katie Holmes, Choe Sevigny, Dree Hemingway, and Giovanna Battaglia.
Today is the day: The New York primaries are here. Democrats and republicans alike are rallying to show their team spirit as they head off to cast their ballot. Whether you are team donkey by berning for Bernie or all about the girl power with Hillary, or team elephant for the courageously conservative Ted Cruz, 'making america great again' with Trump or rooting for the underdog Kasich, today is the day for New Yorkers to head out to the polls and cast their vote for who they want to be on the presidential ballot this November.
For those of you who haven't caught word, our friends at The Drawing Room have opened up shop! This ultra chic pop-up will give customers the opportunity to seek out one-of-a-kind brands just in time for summer. The carefully curated gallery setting will include pieces ranging from art to distinctive accessories. The focus of the Drawing Room is to make the inaccessible accessible, bringing unique pieces to insiders like you.
Hope you caught up on your rest this weekend because we are getting BUSY this week. With a private dinner for Chanel to a little Game of Thrones action on Wednesday, we will have you out until the wee hours for the next few days.
We're New Yorkers. We want what we want, and we want it fast, close by, and cheap. Well, sometimes we can overlook the third requirement if it's the new most post-worthy food on Instagram ($15 milkshakes and golden $100 donuts anyone?). From an hour commute to a two-stop trip, we turn into hangry creatures on our way home. So we've rounded up the best and most convenient food destinations when getting off the A,C,E downtown. And don't forget to pick up a treat for your roomie, as well!
Did you wake up this morning and realize your Instagram feed has way too many Palm Springs posed sets? The above photo of Jean Pigozzi with some cute friends, can serve as your non-Coachella inspiration for carrying you into the middle of April - where rainy cold days MUST mean May Flowers and Sunny Saturdays by the pool aren't far away.
Venice may have a monopoly on the masquerade, but New York City has its own version of Carnival each year with the Save Venice Ball. On Friday, heiresses and socialites, models and It Girls, donned their most outrageous (and glamorous) ensembles and headed to the Pierre hotel for a wild night of carousing dedicated to preserving the world's favorite Italian city. Click through to see what you missed!
Some days are just rough. Usually it's Monday. Sometimes it's Wednesday. Whatever day decides not to be your best, you should find a way to warn the world that you just can't. Opt for a mug or a t-shirt to speak for you on days when you know your aura is full of negative vibes. Look to this starter list of 10 items to buy right now when you just can't.