Last night in NYC, Katie Holmes and Karen Elson joined Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig for a midnight supper at the St. Regis hotel. The fantasy-filled event was held in honor of the Marchesa designers' new roles as St. Regis Connoisseurs, which involves designing couture wedding gowns exclusively for the iconic hotel chain. Complete with giant, lifelike butterflies hovering above guests, the candlelit dinner was an intimate affair with a decor inspired by the brand's dreamy dresses. Of course the night ended in style, with the presentation of a chic, flower-flanked wedding cake cut with a silver sword by the two guests of honor.
It's hard enough to find an outfit to wear on date night, let alone what peeks through underneath. The sex appeal is real with these lacy, sexy pieces we've amassed. Don't hesitate to unclasp one more button on your silk shirt this weekend - these pieces could easily pass as part of the outfit instead of a support system for the twins.
If you clicked on this article, it's probably time for you to stop wallowing. So put down that ice cream, take off those sweatpants, and turn off that episode of Sex and the City, because we've got better ideas for how to move on. Whether you're looking for a rebound, want to spend some time with the girls, or are interested in a deep conversation with a sophisticated gentleman, we've figured out which NYC bars work best post-breakup. Click through our list and figure out where you'll be finding a heartbreak haven.
Kim Kardashian has caused a stir as a cover star before—we're sure you remember that little Vogue incident—but when it comes to breaking the internet, only PAPER (and Kim's ass) could be counted on. Baring all for legendary photographer Jean-Paul Goude, Kim K. stars on two covers for the mag's winter issue, one of which is an artful interpretation of Goude's iconic "Champagne Incident," and the other—well, you'll just have to click through to find out.
Last night, The Cinema Society with Details, Brooks Brothers & Patron, hosted a screening of Sony Pictures Classics' "Foxcatcher" and an after party at the Top of the Standard. Guests enjoyed Patron cocktails, including the Patron Perfect Margarita and the Mexihattan. Steve Carell and Channing Tatum, both actors in the film, were among those in attendance to celebrate the premiere, as well as Mary-Kate and Ashely Olsen, Zac Posen, Sheryl Crow, and more. Click through our slideshow for a look inside the event!
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and (believe it or not) it isn't just about the food! From pumpkin spice lip balms to cranberry and pomegranate scrubs, we've found some autumn inspired beauty products that will get you in the holiday spirit. Check out our slideshow to see the beauty picks we know will make you look and feel just as good as your Turkey Day feast!
Wish you could go on a trip but you're all out of vacation days? Turn your weekend into a vacation by checking into one of these amazing hotels right here in NYC. Sometimes we forget that we have some of the best spas, restaurants, theatre districts, etc. because we haven't seen anything outside of our apartment or office in weeks. It's time to change that. Click through this list of our favorite NYC hideaways and book your "staycation" now.
Last night, Michael Bloomberg, Chelsea Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and Annette de la Renta hosted The Woman I Wanted To Be book launch party to celebrate Diane von Furstenberg's new memoir. The event, which took place at Mayor Mike Bloomberg's foundation, featured blown-up images from the book, as well as a parody Newsweek cover featuring Michael Bloomberg in DVF's famous wrap dress, recalling the design legend's own cover from 1976. Click through for more photos
Hollywood and NYC came together last night to celebrate Oscar-winning director, Alfonso Cuarón, at the Museum of Modern Art's Film Benefit Gala. With his best friend, fellow filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, and son, Jonás Cuarón, by his side, Cuarón joined guests including Poppy Delevingne, Joan Smalls, and Katie Holmes in helping to raise $1.1 million dollars for the museum's film department. Click through for an inside look at the star-studded event!
On Friday, November 14th, the Young Friends of REACT to FILM are hosting a warehouse party in Brooklyn. Coming from the worlds of fashion, art, film, media, music and technology, they are the crowd that people want to work with, learn from, and of course, party with. The event will have murals by street artist BOY KONG, food from the incredible kitchen of Fitzcarraldo, spirits courtesy of Casa Dragones, music from some of the top DJs in the city, and get this - the attire is sneakers-only! No need to run around frantically searching for the perfect pair of kicks before the big event, we've got you covered with the top 10 designer sneakers that you just have to debut at this hot event. Click through to see our high-fashion picks!