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Standing alongside a tech billionaire like Sean Parker may be intimidating for some, but not for his fiancé Alexandra Lenas. The charming singer/songwriter holds her own with Parker, the founder of Napster and first president of Facebook. Although Sean and Alexandra have been engaged for a while now, details of their unusual, medieval-themed wedding, have just been announced. Parker, a notorious costumer, will wed in California's Big Sur forest for a "Game of Thrones" style wedding, where all the guests will get their own costume. Out of all the guys in the techy boys club, Parker is definitely one of the best looking, and best dressed. So, how did Lenas land such a catch? Click through to see how she saved Parker's life and stole the tech mogul's heart. More»
One half of the powerhouse team Verrecchia & Partners -- the two brothers responsible for producing some of the coolest restaurants (such as Café Gitane at the Jane Hotel), music (such as covers of Serge Gainsbourg's songs), magazines (such as L'Officiel Hommes), along with fashion and art out there -- Vassili Verrecchia has a lot to be happy about. He's getting married in June to his fiancé, Lara, his lifestyle allows him to travel the world, and he's got a bevvy of new projects in the works.
While his brother, Timothee, runs the NYC office, Vassili takes on the Paris-based side of things. To gain some insight to what inspires such a creative and entrepreneurial spirit, we asked Vass to show off some of his favorite worldly and sentimental possessions in his Paris home. See where Vass's travels have taken him... More»
Back in NYC, back in the swing of things. Today we are so very thankful that the rescue efforts of the Chilean miners is moving successfully along. I can't imagine being trapped in a hole for an hour, let alone 70 days. So, what else is catching my attention today? More»
Monday, May 20
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.