Despite a rumored selfie ban at this year's Met Gala, everyone from Justin Bieber to Madonna seemed to break the rules in order to satiate their Instagram followers. Sure, some kept the social media posts limited to pre-Gala glamming, but most of our favorite celebs snapped away. Click through for bathroom selfies, table mates, and even a glimpse at Rihanna's special performance.
This year's iteration of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala brought, as always, a whole slew of glamorous looks to the Met's red carpet, and with this year's rich cultural theme, China: Through the Looking Glass, we expected to see lots of luxe, lots of silk, and lots of delicate florals. While we were mostly impressed (hi, Rihanna!), there were plenty of too-costumey, too-sheer, and too-cut-out ensembles that you just have to see to believe. Click through for the top 20 head-turners of the night.
Fashion people have waited all year for this: the annual Met Gala. It's a time when clothes are viewed through the lens of art, and movie stars, models, and mega-designers all walk the carpet together in what seems like peaceful pop culture harmony. But while the finished product displayed on the red carpet is (usually) what's most important, we can't help but obsess over the process of getting glam beforehand.
Ted Baker's celebrating spring from coast-to-coast on Thursday with for an exclusive, Ted's Shopping event! Enjoy 20% off your purchase during #Teds20, a special gift with your purchase and complimentary in-store cocktails while you shop by Monkey Shoulder, Hendricks Gin and Harney & Son's.
It truly was the Happiest Hour on Thursday, April 23rd, when Chelsea Leyland and Bonpoint hosted a chic cocktail bash to celebrate the YAM Spring Summer 2015 Collection and the launch of the young adults collection at the retailer's Soho boutique.
On Sunday evening, art stars and A-listers made the increasingly trendy trek to Brooklyn for Pioneer Works' 2nd Annual Village Fête, hosted at Dustin Yellin's reclaimed factory space in Red Hook. With art on auction donated by Yellin and his many creative friends, a mariachi-filled backyard garden, and countless cool kids in attendance (including birthday girl Poppy Delevingne and the stunning-in-green Solange Knowles), the event was as fun and fashionable as the borough it was held in.
Apparently, on Saturday, some punches were thrown, some horses were raced, but the only thing WE really cared about was the birth of a new royal. At 8:34 BST (that's British Summer Time, FYI) on Saturday morning, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed their second child, Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. We die. Click through for everything you need to know about the little princess (including her mouthful of a full name!).
After its public opening on May 1st, the new Whitney Museum celebrated by offering free admission to the space all day as well as hosting an artsy block party filled with performances and interactive exhibitions. It was the perfect way to spend the perfect spring day in the Meatpacking District, and we were there to capture it. Click through for some of the best moments!
From her iconic role as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's to her signature baby bangs, Givenchy LBD, and fashion sense (she won her spot in the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame in 1961), Audrey Hepburn is remembered as one of the most influential actresses of the late 20th century. Yet, Audrey also found ways to give back to the community.
Yes, it's Monday, and you might want to cry into your acai bowl because of it, but before you waste that $10 breakfast, just remember that today isn't any old Monday. It's Met Gala Monday. Even if you weren't invited this year (Anna probably mixed up your address, no worries), you can still take in all the glitz and glamour of the annual event on social media. Talk about #FOMO. But before all the red carpet shots start filling up your feed, let's throw it back to last year's best moments. More>>