Do you want to become a part of the Guest of a Guest team in NYC? We are looking for an Event Manager who will be in charge of heading up photography sales and event coverage management. Keep reading for more details on the position and how to apply! More»
Zoe Saldana, Kate Beckinsale, Chris Pine and more beam into the Star Trek: Into Darkness premiere; Adriana Lima and fellow Victoria's Secret Angels celebrate "What Is Sexy" at Shutters on the Beach; Kendrick Lamar and Chris Tucker hang out at the BET Awards 2013 Press Conference; Adam Levine, Gavin Degraw, Chord Overstreet and a slew of other talented stars attend the BMI Awards and after party; Andy Dick and Kelly Monaco step out for the "Dancing With the Stars" 300th episode red carpet event; Chloe Moretz, Ashley Benson, Adam Lambert and Taylor Hanson celebrate the NYLON May Young Hollywood issue—it was a busy Tuesday here in LaLa Land and we have the full rundown for you in today's edition of Last Night's Parties.
Lest you think crop tops are only reserved for the Cher Horwitz's of the world, the midriff-baring style has come a long way since the days of "Clueless." The '90s-inspired trend has been spotted on some of our favorite trendsetters as of late, from Diane Kruger to top street style bloggers, proving that skin is in this season. The new wave of crop tops can easily go from a casual daytime look to a chic and polished evening look. Don't believe us? Click through to see some of our favorite ways to wear the trend this season.
Last night in NYC, DVF, Chelsea Clinton, and Ethan Hawke dined together at the 2013 Friends of the High Line Benefit, Mazdack Rassi, hosted Prince Harry and British Prime Minister David Cameron for the Innovation is Great reception at Milk Studios, Karen Harvey celebrated Pamela Love's CFDA Nomination with Rebecca Minkoff and Mara Hoffman, and so much more!
A Monaco Grand Prix experience. A world food tour for culinary aficionados. A proposal on top of Mt. Everest. To most of us, these sound like fantasy trips or ideal vacations. But to others, they're actual birthdays and trips that were set up by the luxury travel agency In The Know. The brainchild of founders Lia Batkin and Seth Kaplan, the agency calls itself a "travel and lifestyle company" that caters to a young, savvy demographic. The team puts together personalized luxury experiences for their clients, with a wide range of locations, experiences, and elements that turn an ordinary birthday into a glamorous memory. We sat down with Lia Batkin to talk about how the company was founded, as well as the passions that fuel its success. Click through for our interview and slideshow. More»
Museum Day is on Saturday, which means that the Phillips Collection and the Corcoran are free, in addition to the Smithsonian. Here is a look at some of the hot exhibitions you won't want to miss, from Jennie C. Jones' Higher Resonance at the Hirshhorn to Jeanne Silverthorne's wacky rubber sculptures at the Phillips Collection:
Memorial Weekend is around the corner, and with that brings the kickoff to summer and New Yorker’s fleeing the city to the nearest beach or luxury resort. For those of us who are lucky enough to get away, we’ve gathered a list of where you’ll find New Yorkers celebrating over the weekend. From the notorious Hamptons to Nyack Village, check out these destinations and start planning your trip now. More»
This weekend, Electric Daisy Carnival returns to New York for the second time, and the ever-growing festival has brought along more than a few heavyweights this time around. In addition to fan favorites like Porter Robinson, the festival has appealed to the increasingly diverse electronic audience by adding critical darlings like Maceo Plex and rising talents like Figgy. Click through our slideshow for the 7 artists we're most excited to see, with a song by each one you should hear to get you pumped up for the weekend!
It’s been a legen – wait for it! – dary week for television, and we need a major episode recap. From the end of The Office to the first previews for Andy Samberg’s new FOX show, these past few days have been a pixelated blur – and we’ve loved every minute of it. And so in honor of all things television, we bring you, fellow remote-controllers, this week’s impromptu State of the Sitcom address. More»
If you're anything like us, there's a certain high you get after finally making the decision to buy that item you've been lusting after for months. Unfortunately, our wallets and bank accounts don't always share the same happy sentiments. Now, with summer approaching, we're sure you've put together that list of essentials to add to your closet, be it a new statement bag or the perfect summer sandals. But before you write off the items on your list as too expensive, check out our roundup of lesser-priced versions of the accessories you'll be needing this season.
Scott Caan, Sugar Ray Leonard and Joe Pesci hit the green at 10th Annual James Caan Golf Classic to benefit the Impact Treatment Center; Diane Kruger, Rachel Zoe, Emma Roberts, Zoe Saldana and many more of Hollywood's most stylish attend a dinner hosted by MAC Cosmetics and Vogue celebrating Prabal Gurung at Chateau Marmont; Annette Bening, Jackson Browne, Rita Wilson and others honor Billy Crystal the annual Backstage at the Geffen Gala; Ellen DeGeneres and Samuel L. Jackson join Steve Harvey at his Hollywood Walk of Fame star presentation ceremony—from golf courses to exclusive dinner parties, get the rundown on Monday's top events in this installment of Last Night's Parties.
Well-heeled guests put on their fashionable best to attend events around NYC last night. The week's festivities kicked off with some dramatic ball gowns, including Chanel Iman's hot pink number, at the American Ballet Theatre's Opening Night Spring Gala. At a slightly more casual gathering, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld went for all white to celebrate the launch of her new site, RomyAndTheBunnies.com. Click through to see who else made our best dressed guests from Monday night.
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.