When Kim Kardashian breaks the internet with her wildly coveted derrière, it's DEFINITELY a reason to celebrate. Last night, Paper Magazine celebrated their most recent cover (we know you know what it looks like), with an exclusive party in Miami at a time when all the hottest celebrities are in town for Art Basel. Kim, who sat with Larsa Pippen, Jonathan Cheban and Paper Magazine’s Mickey Boardman, enjoyed a fabulous dinner featuring oysters and seafood paella, SVEDKA Vodka cocktails and Kim Crawford wine, all complete with a picturesque view of Miami and golden candles with palm trees for an even greater tropical vibe. Attendees included Paper's Kim Hastreiter, Joe Jonas, Darren Criss, Scout Willis, Tinsley Mortimer, Jonathan Cheban, Larsa Pippen, Diego Boneta, Caitlin Moe, Mia Moretti, Hannah Bronfman, Dan Caten, Dean Caten, Harley Viera-Newton, and Jourdan Dunn. For an inside look at the event (who's kissing Mickey?!) be sure to check out our slideshow.
This week, we launched our "12 Days of Gifting" where, following my own extensive gift list, I asked some of my most stylistically sophisticated friends for their own gift ideas. The result? 12 distinct gift guides, for everyone on your list, from some of the world's top gift givers. Our seventh installment: Can't go wrong gifts to bring your hosts and hostesses!
Folks in fashion and design may anxiously look forward to Pantone's prediction of the upcoming year's hottest new color, but that doesn't always mean they're going to like it. This year's just-announced pick is Marsala, and it's already stirred up quite a bit of controversy. True, it recalls thoughts of a delicious chicken dish, but the subtler version of ox blood also has people referencing gross '70s carpets and stale food. We, however, don't think it's that bad. In fact, it's the perfect color to delve into winter wearing. Click through for our Marsala product picks and find out how you can start incorporating Pantone's 2015 color of the year into your wardrobe (without looking like a plate of chicken).
What's the perfect addition to any brunch, lunch or dinner no matter who you're with? Your favorite beer or bottle of wine, duh. Thankfully, these restaurants understand our priorities and are making our lives easier with their BYOB policies. Check out our favorite BYOB spots and figure out where you'll be bringing your friends and bottles next. Cheers!
It doesn't get much cooler than Reebok Classic and Fader Magazine, which is why we couldn't wait for last night's #CoastToCoast culmination at NYC's Openhouse Gallery. The NYC edition of the concert series, which kicked off in LA, coincided with the 25th anniversary of the Reebok Classic Ventilator, a must-have in every sneaker-lover's closet. Copies of the latest issue of Fader were available around the blue-lit space, alongside displays of the revamped (yet classic) kicks. VIPs mingled in a private lounge, where they were able to score some Reebok swag, including a new pair of sneakers. DJ Brenmar kept the hip, downtown crowd lively until the night's main event - a dance-heavy and electric performance by Kiesza. The show, though intimate, was as energetic as ever, with both Kiesza (plus her dancers) and the crowd jumping around to the singer's hits. Click through for an inside look at the event!
There is nowhere better than New York City during the holiday season. Whether you're in town solely for the holiday, or you're a Manhattanite looking for a little local oasis, these are the hot spots where you should be spending your time in style.
Disco ball nipple pasties, a giant rainbow costume, and a silver Rick James wig—what else would you expect from Miley Cyrus in Miami? Everyone's favorite twerk-star gave a seriously buzzworthy performance last night at a private Art Basel opening party hosted by Tommy Hilfiger, Jeffrey Deitch, and V Magazine. The poolside event took place at the Raleigh Hotel, where guests including Scout Willis, Jeremy Scott, and Derek Blasberg basked in the neon lights and schmoozed. Besides being relatively topless for half her time on stage, Miley caused a stir by smoking, shall we say, an illegal substance during her performance, which included covers of Led Zeppelin, the Beatles, and, of course, "Super Freak" by Rick James.
Think the Oscars, but for shoes! Last night, Footwear News and Zappos presented the 2014 Footwear News Achievement Awards, highlighting the most influential footwear designers and CEOs from this year. The group of accomplished honorees included: Sarah Jessica Parker for "Launch of the Year" for her SJP Collection, Nicole Richie for "Influencer of the Year," Stan Smith for "Shoe of the Year" for his collaboration with Adidas, Stuart Weitzman for "Marketer of the Year," and Giuseppe Zanotti for "Designer of the Year," among others. Towards the end of the red carpet, celebrities including Joe Zee, Brooke Burke, Fern Mallis and Misty Copeland were encouraged to take a "Shoe Selfie" to share with fans. From designers wearing their own designs, to guests and fans wearing their favorite designer, attendees hailed the art of the shoe. For example, Stan Smith wore his Adidas staple-design shoe with green details and a suit. Some guests also opted for the same easy and cool sneaker, and got in line to take a photo with the tennis player-turned-designer to share their admiration! For more from last night's event, be sure to check out our slideshow.
This week, we launched our "12 Days of Gifting" where, following my own extensive gift list, I asked some of my most stylistically sophisticated friends for their own gift ideas. The result? 12 distinct gift guides, for everyone on your list, from some of the world's top gift givers. Our sixth installment: The best gifts for your co-workers. Check it out!