We all know online dating can either be a blessing or a nightmare. But this outcome all depends on you. By approaching online dating with a positive attitude, your results will surely reflect your needs. However, approaching it with a half-assed attitude, you’re guaranteed to be treated as just that—a piece of ass! If you want to be more than an option, treat your online profile as a priority. Click through for the top five ways you can improve that OkCupid (Tinder, eHarmony, etc.) profile today!
What is the absolute best part about fall? It's either the fact that you can wear leggings with practically anything, pumpkin spice is everywhere, or that you can finally break out your finest leather jacket. Leather is always a good idea for fall fashion and it's making a big comeback this season. From classic coats to edgy pants, click through for our favorite leather pieces to add to your wardrobe!
Sarah Sophie Flicker is a force of nature. She really does it all - she's a political activist, a performer, a director, an artist, and still has energy to be a glam mother to three gorgeous children with her husband, Jesse Peretz (a director of Lena Dunham's hit show GIRLS amongst others). On top of that, Flicker loves to trapeze while actively participating in her political advocacy groups. You can check her mad swinging skills out by heading to see her in "The Citzens Band," a performance group she co-founded. Recently, Sarah worked with Lizz Winstead and Lady Parts Justice to encourage women voters in the upcoming election. If you want to meet Sarah Sophie Flicker, (and really, you want to meet this woman!), look no further than the groovy stoop of her Brooklyn town house where she can be found hosting meetups to help get the VOTE out (like this weekend's "V to the Shining V" she is hosting with Lady Parts Justice. Sarah Sophie Flicker is encouraging all of us to ROCK ON and we are totally smitten. [You Should Know]
International woman and world traveler, Tia Cibani, decided two years ago that she would begin to entirely produce her namesake label right here in the heart of New York City. Cibani goes through a very unique and authentic design process, and she allowed Guest of a Guest to go behind the scenes to see exactly what it takes to produce a Tia Cibani garment from its original sketch to the runway. From the hands that stitch and sew the fabrics, to dip-dying labs, to a "mom and pop" pleat shop, Tia's clothing is truly one-of-a-kind, and we couldn't wait to see how this spring/summer 2015 collection would come to life. Inspired by 1970s exoticism and North African Tuareg craft in a palette of colors ranging from "Saffron, Anise, Turmeric, Cumin, Cayenne, and Indigo," the collection she calls "Mabrouka" is a true celebration of texture and technique. Click through to learn more about Tia's travels, inspiration, and fashion survival tips!
There's no worse way to start off the day than running around frantically while trying to get ready. Although rushing in the morning is sometimes unavoidable, we've found some apps that will make getting ready a bit easier. Starting with the moment you wake up until the second you're entering the office, we've found applications that will help with each step of the process. Check out our eight favorites to keep you on track in the early AM.
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Ted Harrington of Terrapin Stationers provides us one of our favorite sassy, witty, profanity-filled, and down right awesome stationery collections - perfect for sending to our loved ones (or enemies). Ted tells us that his alter ego is a "15-year-old boy with a filthy mouth," which explains the "Bad Bitch," "Fuck Off," "K.Thanks.Bye," and "Thanks for all the shit you do" cards Terrapin offers. Ted and the brand have been featured in publications such as GQ, Esquire, Details, Life & Times, and many more. But despite the bad-assery at Terrapin, Ted is a kind, friendly, and very talented man we know you should know. [You Should Know]
Last night in NYC, Sarah Jessica Parker, Ivanka Trump, Lydia Hearst and more celebrated the return of fashion to the New York City Ballet, AnnaSophia Robb kicked off 100 Days of Music with Aloft Hotels and Better Than Ezra, Kelly Rutherford and Camila Alves attended the ESCADA Gallery Opening, and more. Click through for all the details!
One year ago, “selfie” had just been added to the Oxford English Dictionary and accepted globally as an actual word. Today marks yet another step forward for every millennial's favorite phrase. We've been buzzing about Selfie, the new app which aims to bring the world together through face-to-face communication. Forget limiting your personality to 140 characters, now you can hold real, live conversations with your entire social circle and beyond. Click through to find out more about this brand new app!
Last night, AnnaSophia Robb stepped out at Aloft Brooklyn for the 100 Days of Music Kick Off Event with a performance by Better Than Ezra. Despite having class and a paper to write for class the following morning at NYU, AnnaSophia enjoyed the entirety of the concert. The band My Body also performed at the event. Click through our slideshow for exclusive interviews with AnnaSophia Robb, Better Than Ezra, and Paige Francis of Aloft Hotels.