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Every year, we wait with baited breath to see all of the spectacular looks we've grown to expect from the prestigious Metropolitan Museum of Arts Costume Institute Gala red carpet. From Sarah Jessica Parker's tartan Alexander McQueen dress in 2006 to Kate Moss' Marc Jacobs turban look in 2009, the Met Gala has produced some of the industry's most memorable looks of all time. While it is clearly a chance for the fashion set to show off their sartorial chops, it is also a chance for our favorite designers to step out, arm-in-arm, with the muses that inspired them that evening. In anticipation of next week's gala, "PUNK: Chaos to Couture," click through for the best designer date night duos from Met Galas past. Think of it as prom night for the fashion set. More»
Last night in NYC, Eva Longoria, James Ferragamo, and Azealia Banks partied at the McKittrick Hotel for Ferragamo's launch of L'Icona, Creative Time honored artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel at their 2013 Gala at the historic Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, the cast of "The Great Gatsby" was joined by the likes of Katy Perry and Florence Welch at the star-studded cocktail party, and more!
If you were in Miami this weekend, chances are you were raging it up at the 15th Ultra Music Festival in Downtown Miami. With performances by Steve Aoki, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, and Deadmau5, the festival was nothing short of amazing. So, in case you want to piece together your Ultra experience, check out some of the coolest photos from the weekend.
The heat will be on in Miami this weekend and the music will be pumping for the 15th anniversary of the Ultra Music Festival. Featuring the biggest names in electronic dance music, for the first time, the festival will be held over 2 weekends, marking the beginning and end of Miami Music Week. Hurry and get your swimsuit and glow sticks, as tickets for the outdoor electronic festival are selling out fast. Click through for our guide to the must-see DJ sets and live acts at Ultra this year. More»
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Spring is on its way, and there are a bunch of events in March to help us forget about the cold and kick off the next few months of warm, sunny weather. From rock stars jamming out in Brazil to the roller-coaster ride that is college basketball, we've rounded up all the big events for you to add to your calendar this month!
The top two headliners for the 2013 Governors Ball have been released, and it's the most impressive lineup to date. Kanye West and Kings of Leon top the bill, appearing alongside a third artist yet to be announced. Kanye will be performing his first solo show in NYC since 2008, and it'll be Kings of Leon's first show in the city since 2010. We did some investigating of our own, and we think we've figured out the third headliner. Check out who our money is on below! More»
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2012 was a great year for music, with releases from amazing new artists like Frank Ocean, Purity Ring, and Fun. We're always excited for more, and it looks like the 2013 releases won't disappoint. To get a glimpse of what's to come, we have compiled a list of the 8 most anticipated albums of the year.
Haven't figured out where to go to ring in the New Year yet? Whether you're more into raging all night to your favorite DJ or just getting down with your 50 closest friends, we've got you covered. Click through our slideshow to check out the top 20 parties in the city that will help you start the year off right.
To browse through all the parties check out our calendar HERE!
[Beyonce Knowles, Jay-Z] [JR Parla, Andre Saraiva, Jose Parla] [Aaron Young, Laure Heriard Dubreuil, Pharrell Williams, Terry Richardson]
Over the weekend in Miami, Demi Moore busted out her black rimmed glasses for Terry Richardson's "Terrywood" party at the Standard, Moncler President Remo Ruffini hosted a private dinner to celebrate Moncler's 60th anniversary, Beyoncé and Jay-Z stepped out for the release of “JR & José Parlá: The Wrinkles of the City, Havana, Cuba" and the I ARTY NY party at Le Baron pop up, and so much more!
2012 proved to be a pivotal year in music. Lana Del Rey continued to explode on the blogosphere, and Azealia Banks brought seapunk to the mainstream (with help from Rihanna). Additionally, multiple artists from the late 90's created new albums for the first time in over a decade. No Doubt's latest release "Push and Shove" was their first recording in 11 years. It's no surprise that 90's nostalgia provided inspiration for 2012. We've compiled a list of the top 10 albums to sum up our year of partying.
The face of the next Marc Jacobs campaign is decided, Kate Spade launches a new brand for weekend lovers, Dolce & Gabbana gets bashed, and more in today's Fashion Files! More»
Saturday, May 18
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.