The Four Seasons as we know it, uptown restaurant of legendary, deal making, power dining lore, got quite the send off last evening at The Love Heals 2016 Gala, the final event to be held in the space before it turns over. Guests rubbed shoulders as they mulled around the bar over cocktails, tripping over a rolodex of notable names, from Marc Ruffalo and Sean MacPherson to Wes Gordon and Tabitha Simmons. Finally Settling in for an auction of some seriously paddle raising items, the restaurant's owner himself, Julian Niccolini, threw in the auction item of a table for 10 the final night of The Four Seasons.
As if you need another reason to party in New York City, Cinco de Mayo is a great excuse to sip on sangria and get tipsy on tequila. Whether you want an interactive dining experience or are ready to dance the night away, there are plenty of ways to get your fiesta on!
Whenever art and technology collide, we feel a certain thrill. Apparently, we're not alone. On Sunday, the third annual Pioneer Works Village Fête kicked off in Red Hook, celebrating innovation along with Google. Artists and A-listers came together for the star-studded event, joining host committee Paola Antonelli, Carol Bove, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Peter Sarsgaard, Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, Kweku Mandela, Shirin Neshat, Usher IV, Grace Raymond, Lauren and Andres Santo Domingo, Liv Tyler, Diane von Furstenberg, and Dustin Yellin for cocktails, performances, and a stunning dinner by Silkstone.
All you nut milk freaks who regularly make the pilgrimage down to the hip-man's land of Nolita in search of your weekly Butcher's Daughter fix, a place which seems impossibly to grow more and more in popularity as time goes on, are in for quite the treat.
Whether your mom has a sweet tooth or needs some pampering at the spa, we’ve got your guide to the best ways to treat mom this Mother’s Day. After all, she’s the one who gave you your incredible sense of taste and style, so show Mom just how much you appreciate her!
Mother's Day can inevitably be a cliché holiday when children frantically pull together last minute plans to celebrate their mom, like a stroll along the water or picnic in the park. Ditch the typical go-to gifts of flowers and a card, and plan an ultimate indulgent meal. If you are lucky enough to have your mom close enough to celebrate her this Sunday, don't just leave it to chance where you'll wine and dine. Instead, look to any of these amazing spots all over the city to satisfy your brunch cravings while making it a Mother's Day she'll never forget. (Bonus, you'll totally become the favorite child if you book a table at one of these places right now!)
The Met Gala outfits aren't always guaranteed winners, but there are definitely trends that emerge. Last night, with a theme that marries handmade and machine-made fashion, the styles were certainly...interesting. There were a few recurring themes to hit the red carpet last night, but we're not exactly saying they were our favorites. We mean, not everyone could be as lucky as Claire Danes and don a custom light-up fairy princess gown.
After canoodling on the carpet, taking selfies, and just being gloriously glam at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, A-listers took their $2000 manicures out for the after-parties. And boy did things get weird. The Weeknd and Naomi Campbell hosted a shindig at Up&Down, while Balmain and Olivier Rousteing kalled for Kardashians at Gilded Lily. And no matter where they partied, every celebrity went wild. Join us in figuring out what's happening here.
You remember prom. Or the last time you were a bridesmaid. Pre-event prep is all about balling out, sipping champagne in the hairstylist's chair, and feeling glamorous from head...to fingernail. Gigi Hadid is just like us; she knows no one is going to be looking at her nails on the night she makes her couple debut with her pop star boyfriend, or the night she glides in decked out in custom Tommy Hilfiger, but a manicure feels good. It's like a secret you can appreciate whenever you look down at your hands. It's all about the little things, after all.