Ah, the Cannes Film Festival, an annual foray into the glamorous South of France, where the movies are the stars and the celebrities play on yachts. Sure we have our serious directors and stylish ingenues in 2016, but none were ever so classy at the Côte d'Azur as the classic Hollywood sirens, effortless French beauties, and actual princesses of years past.
Oh, you swipe matchbooks from restaurants and bars? How impressive. How adorable. For the end all be all of New York klepto collections pinched about town, take a look. Some of these may involve a heist-like level of planning, some just a good lookout and a little slight of hand. Either way, speak softly and carry a big bag.
Whether headed down the aisle in a white dress or one selected for you and a horde of other bridal party recruits, looking fresh-faced throughout the entire affair is essential. Beauty babe Rae Morris weighs in with some exclusive inside tips and industry savvy to keep you looking #flawless* for the big day.
Viral food trend alert! We repeat, viral food trend alert! Get your Instagram (and taste buds) ready for this one, folks. Dear rainbow bagels, you've had your moment, and we appreciated the vivid, colorful joy you brought us with funfetti cream cheese, but it's time for us and our feeds to move on.
While Donald Trump basks in the golden glory of his $100 million penthouse in New York City, his biggest democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, lives a relatively humble life, somehow surviving in an 11-room colonial worth only $1.7 million. How does she do it? She and former President Bill Clinton purchased the 5,300-square-foot home at 15 Old House Lane in Chappaqua, New York back in 1999 (you know, so she could claim residence as a New York senator), and although they've apparently been looking to upgrade, still come back here when they're not on the campaign trail.
Peddlers of all things nautical-chic (Jenna Lyons is basically our modern day equivalent of a pants wearing, yar-spouting Katharine Hepburn after all), J. Crew's summer kick off could not have had a better locale than everyone's favorite champagne sipping, oyster shucking schooner, Grand Banks. A more than fashionable crowd teetered their heeled selves down the comically steep on-ramp to enjoy an evening of views - from the sunset and city skyline to, the far more aesthetically pleasing, J. Crew's swim collection.
New season, new things! We've all been to our favorite stores, excited to spruce up our street style, but don't forget about your home's style. After a long exhausting day, all you want to do is get back home and curl up in bed with your favorite food and Netflix. If your apartment is still in winter-drab mode, not getting out of bed will be too easy. To keep your mood feeling bright and relaxed, a little atmospheric change won't hurt. Here are 10 ways to brighten up your home this season.
Oh, fuckbuddies. Can't date them, can't date without them. We don't know about you, but when it comes to having someone in our life who is essentially just a human vibrator, being seen out in public with them, or even holding a whole conversation with them, just seems impossible. While that 2 am booty call is an absolutely necessary part of being a single youngin' in New York, they are, sorry to say, just a placeholder until you find someone you actually like.
Central Park may have always been your favorite picnic spot, but you didn't know about the secret garden that has been closed to the public since the 1930s. Lucky for us, the Manhattan oasis is reopening to the public this summer, clearing the path for what is sure to be the most idyllic picnic perch ever. So how should you make the most of boozing-in-the-grass season? Glad you asked...