Becky with the good hair spent spring break in Cabo but you can definitely one up that. Take one of these weird trips and find your inner duende because muses are lame. Don't be a basic bitch - woman up and go see something that's cool even without beer goggles.
We are in the midst of springtime and you know what that means: time to get rid of the old and bring in the new. Or, do a little bit of both. Vintage stores have so much to offer and many of their treasures can be found at the craziest inexpensive prices. Click through for some of NYC's best.
The Soho we know today gives off an exclusive air, chock-full of upscale boutiques, high-end shopping chains, and revamped artist’s lofts. However, with contemporary artist Harif Guzman’s semi-recent founding of the SoHo Arts Club, this lower-Manhattan neighborhood is taking hints from its more creative, avant-garde past. The SoHo Arts Club has made a home of Andy Warhol’s once-reclusive loft at 76 Wooster Street, becoming an it-spot for collaboration in art, design, fashion and film.
Hidden above and between the monotony of gray and glass, New York harbors some gorgeous green spaces. Come cleanse your lungs of the toxins you've been inhaling and remind yourself of what true quiet feels like.
Is a party even a party if you can't feel it the next morning? Believe us, last night's 2016 Whitney Studio Party is still raging on in our temples, meaning it was definitely a bash to remember - if you could remember, that is. Celebrating one year at its new space in the Meatpacking District, the storied museum of American art hosted its annual fête, presented by Louis Vuitton, and supported by event co-chairs Leandra Medine, Ivy Getty and Crystal Moselle, at the impressive Renzo Piano-designed mainstay.
They are dapper, sophisticated and successful. They are the Gotham Burger Social Club. As the only female ever allowed to sit down with the (mostly) Wall Street guys over a hamburger, I was more curious about what went on behind the scenes than what type of toppings would be on our burgers that evening. The guys just celebrated reaching over 100,000 Instagram followers, and I was there for the celebratory cake at Lower East Side brasserie La Gamelle.
Anouk Colantoni: it's a name which seems fitting for a boutique perfume house in the West Village or a fine jewelry line at Bergdorf's, but instead we discovered this name at a gallery filled with highly personal illustrations that echoed our young lives in New York.
Back in March, we reported a major shift in the Montauk landscape this summer - the closing (or at least relocation) of the infamous Sloppy Tuna. Well, good news for guidos and guilty-pleasure-lovin' Montauk purists: The Tuna ain't going nowhere.
When the literal title of an event is "Wild Party," it had better live up to its name. Luckily for Chopard, their Cannes bash certainly fit the bill. With a glamorous guest list featuring notorious nightlifers like Kate Moss, Kendall Jenner, and Mark Ronson, last night's French fête raged on into the wee hours. Click through for an inside look!