Over the weekend, MAC Cosmetics hosted Indochine's 30th Anniversary fete, complete with drag queens, tropical phone booth photo shoots, and a fashionable crowd featuring top names such as Jenna Lyons, Jennifer Fisher, Chelsea Leyland, Padma Lakshmi, Alexandra Richards, and owner of Indochine himself, Jean-Marc Houmard. Guests took to cocktails and dancing, as well as a special performance by Company XIV and music sets by DJs Q Tip, Belinda Becker, Donna d’Cruz, Coleman Feltes, DJ Stiletto, Johnny Dynell, Honey Dijon, DJ Sherock and Wanda Acosta. For an inside look at the one of a kind celebration, click through our slideshow.
There are few things in the world of fashion more iconic than the classic Louis Vuitton monogram, which is why countless models, muses, and celebrities joined creative director Nicolas Ghesquière on Friday to celebrate the house and the launch of its new project. The Celebrating Monogram dinner, hosted at the Museum of Modern Art, was held in honor of six new collaborations with today's most influential iconoclasts. While Rei Kawakubo was noticeably absent, her fellow participants, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Cindy Sherman, Christian Louboutin, and Marc Newson were all in attendance, presenting their own design interpretations of the brand's monogrammed legacy. Besides gushing over the new pieces, which could all be considered works of art, A-list guests including Nicole Kidman, Ashley Olsen, and Jennifer Connelly popped into a portrait studio with photographer Patrick Demarchelier, complete with life-size versions of their very own monograms. Click through for more photos from the fashionista-filled event!
When traveling, it's important to have the necessities in hand: beauty supplies, neck pillow, chic carry on, and comfortable clothes. Abandon those go-to sweatpants for something more chic, but equally as comfy. While we know it's hard to think outside the box stylewise when all you can think about is whether or not there will be a crying baby on board, we've compiled our list of must-haves to make your life easier. Never wonder how your favorite celebs pull off airport style again.
Alexander Wang's collaboration with retail giant H&M launched yesterday and the collection is already sold out on online. Among the hoards of VIPs who received their packages early are those who quickly took to the streets in their new gear. Sportswear is huge now, and mixing it with more structured pieces spawns an urban chic look we can't help but obsess over. Here's a look at our favorite ways the collection has been styled thus far.
What does a performing clown named Puddles Pity Party have in common with a world-renowned diamond store? We're not sure, BUT the two came together at a celebrity-packed evening for The Tiffany T Train experience at the DIA Art Foundation gallery in Chelsea. For more from the event, continue reading here.
Uncommon indeed, the Fries of New York exhibition now open to the public at 168 Bowery, offers carb-lovers a unique look at some of the city's most iconic, starchy specimens of potato-fried goodness. Hosted by artisanal condiment company, Sir Kensington's, the pop-up delves into the science and history of everybody's favorite drunk food, and like the residents and tastes of the city itself, it seems no two fries of New York are quite alike. Complete with frying oils in test tubes, a breakdown of seasonings, a map de frites, and a timeline of their expansion, the space immaculately displays fries from local staples, including The Smith, 21 Club, and Katz's Delicatessen. In for a finger-lickin' good treat? Click through for an inside look at the two-day event and don't forget to stop by!
On Wednesday, November 5th, Vogue’s Lisa Love along with Kelly Lynch and Mitch Glazer, welcomed Tod's creative director Alessandra Facchinetti to Los Angeles with a star-studded dinner at the stunning residence of Lynch and Glazer in Los Feliz. The ever-glamorous Anjelica Huston, Dita Von Teese, Rachel Zoe, and Ellen Pompeo were all in attendance as well as Fashion Police's George Kotsiopoulos, no doubt giving every partygoer a nod of approval. Facchinetti, the guest of honor, had no problem splitting her time between guests, taking a moment to mingle with everyone who arrived to support her. In keeping with the fashionable theme, the night's decor was inspired by Tod’s SS15 Runway show “Private Green,” bringing glamour to the garden. Click through for an inside look at the exclusive LA event!
Last night Maison Valentino and Assouline brought in the legendary Italian designer, Valentino Garavani to celebrate his new book, At The Emperor's Table. Click through our slideshow for an inside look at the event!
People will go to great lengths to take a great selfie, climbing on top of bridges and large buildings for the chance they will capture something original and daring. One can conclude this is not the safest thing in the world, especially with no safety apparatus. Over the past year, many of these would-be selfies have ended fatally, and as morbid as it sounds, here are 5 true stories of self portraiture gone awry. Needless to say, don't try these at home.
Last night, the Guggenheim Museum hosted its 2014 International Gala Dinner with Dior in conjunction with the Guggenheim Gala Pre-Party from the night before, featuring a special performance by The XX. Despite all the celebrities and art industry influencers, we couldn't help but notice the distinct color scheme (or lack thereof) of the evenings ensembles. Black and white may always be classic and chic, but leave it to Anna Wintour to pop on the scene and revive bold color in a major way. What are we talking about? Check out our slideshow to find out!