When in Italy (even during Fashion Week), it's hard not to focus on the food. Pizza, pasta, gelato...oh my! But we, as always, never lose sight of the task at hand - street style! Our photog caught some of the most delicious ensembles on the streets of Milan, as rocked by everyone from the fabulously flashy Anna Dello Russo to the comfy-chic Joan Smalls. Click through for our favorites!
It's a rumpus out there. This weekend, we hope you clasped hands with your loved ones and healed the wounds of #DressGate...and ran as wild and loose as those two runaway llamas (before they were captured and shackled into the noose of fame). Here’s the best of the rest.
TV couples often show such undeniable chemistry during steamy scenes that fans can't help but wish the romance was real. Sometimes we get lucky and this on-screen chemistry transcends to real life. Click through for 10 of our favorite fictional couples who ended up making it work IRL.
Bad news for shoe hoarders and Ikea lovers. That shoe collection might wow your girlfriends, but when it comes to dating, a Carrie Bradshaw worthy shoe closet won't earn you any bonus points. What else caused these seven guys to head for the door? Read on to find out what they had to say about their apartment deal breakers.
Fashion shows may technically be about the clothes, but sometimes it's the killer hair that makes us do a double take. From sleek ponytails to chic braids, here are 10 of our favorite runway looks from NYFW 2015 that you can steal straight from the stylists and rock at home!
Your home office is typically the command center of your home. This is where schedules are planned, calendars are updated, bills are paid, schoolwork is reviewed, coupons are clipped, and magazines are stacked. With so many tasks taking place in one small area, piles can grow quickly. It is vital that your home office space work efficiently in order for you to be productive.
The first date is always the easiest. Each person can run through some basic facts about their lives, their job, their hobbies, and maybe even their dreams of owning a micro-pig (or is that just us?). However, the second date gives you a chance to leave a true impression on the other person. What better way to achieve that third date than by planning something that shows that you know you the ins and outs of NYC? Read on and try any of our favorite second date spots.
The scent of citrus and fresh herbs greeted guests at NYC's Bouley Botanical on Wednesday, where interior designer Meg Sharpe and Eye Swoon's Athena Calderone hosted a nature-inspired dinner with Vogue and Cointreau. The chic soiree saw everyone from Jennifer Fisher to Tali Lennox take in the warm, candlelit atmosphere, cozy sheepskin seats, and fresh florals courtesy of Putnam & Putnam. With dishes by David Bouley and specialty cocktails by Cointreau, we can vouch that everyone left feeling completely satisfied - if not wanting just one more drink. Click through for an inside look!
Peanut butter, our trusty childhood friend! Peanut-butter sandwiches made by mom. Peanut butter on toast after school. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups on Halloween. We were so basic with how we ate it! But, hey, that's the sweet thing about being a kid—you don't have to be sophisticated. But we're grown now. So let us tell you about where to take in satisfying peanut-butter desserts in the city like the polished New Yorkers you are. And about the healthier alternative to those Reese's cups that John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have been polishing off together like...PB&J.
Today may be one of the longest work days in the entirety of history of work days. But we're not counting down the hours or constantly glancing at our watches in anticipation of a Friday night bash, a designer launch party, or even cocktails at the Top of the Standard (you know, the usual GofG shenanigans). Instead, we anxiously await the end of the day so that we can hurry home to our couches, Seamless some premium ribs, and turn on Netflix. After all, it's February 27th: the entirety of the third season of House of Cards is online NOW. Yet here we are, busily working at our desks, trying to focus on whatever task is at hand, when Frank Underwood could be running the country into the ground for all we know.