Gwyneth Paltrow has developed a reputation of living a holistic and eccentric, albeit inaccessible lifestyle, not at all unlike her lifestyle brand, Goop. The site is a mecca of indulgent luxury products, travel guides, healthy recipes, spiritual guidance and more. Beware though, clicking around for a couple minutes might have you open-mouth staring at a $46,000 Hermes Mah Jong Set asking yourself whether it's a need or a want.
The Oxford English Dictionary announced its official Word of the Year for 2015, and in fact it is not a word at all, but better yet - an emoji. The laugh-cry emoji. This is the first time in its history that the iconic big-book-of-words has ever chosen a pictograph for the annual slot. Click through for 8 ridiculous situations, where regular words just won't do, that call for the laugh-cry emoji in real life.
In a city like New York, the importance of Thanksgiving rests mostly on friends for the young people from all reaches of the world who make up the city. 'Friendsgiving' has become a necessity every November, even for those who eventually head back home to celebrate the official holiday with their families.
While we may roll our eyes at how utterly romanticized our city sometimes is, there are nevertheless those little moments when we stop to think, "Holy sh!t, I live in New York City." From iconic sights to that 24/7 life, here are 20 things that make you love being a New Yorker.
This is it. The last installation of The Hunger Games series premiered in NYC last night and the film's stars all came out to celebrate. Mockingjay - Part 2 is a pretty big deal, after all. J. Law went sheer in Schiaparelli, while Julianne Moore was glitzy and glamorous in a green Chanel number.
It's no secret that NYC rules the street food scene. Halal street food. Hot dogs. Specialty Mexican-Korean food trucks. All these things make up New York City's iconic street food culture. Click through to see some of the best street food NYC has to offer.
From head to hand, we've the perfect pieces to liven up your floor length, body eating black puffer. Because without them, just face it - you may as well be on your way to a funeral. A very very cold funeral for your self-respect.
Hot on the heels of her buzzworthy new film, Carol, Cate Blanchett stepped out last night for the Museum of Modern Art's 8th Annual Film Benefit, which this year was held in her honor. Decked out in Chanel couture, the star stunned on the carpet and was joined by a handful of other A-listers including her Carol co-star Rooney Mara. Click through for an inside look!