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Following a fully-loaded weekend of pre-parties in anticipation of the 2014 Oscars, Sunday night boasted some of the most lavish, star-studded events of the year for the final hurrah of awards season. Between the annual Governors Ball, Vanity Fair party and Elton John's Viewing party, all of Hollywood was out to celebrate the 86th Annual Academy Awards and we have the guest lists, photos and details from inside for you in this roundup of L.A.'s hottest Oscar after parties.
Enthusiasts of the Hollywood's Les Deux-era, rejoice! High-end nightlife seems to be making a most glorious return in the form of The Warwick—a refreshingly sophisticated, and effortlessly sexy new play place on Sunset. The Warwick was host to the launch celebration covered last week for Scott Lipps' new book, but we got an even better look around at last Saturday night's preview party ahead of its official October 5th opening and have all the details about the luxe Hollywood haunt.
Amid all the Emmy-related brouhaha that consumed L.A. last weekend, Interview Magazine and Scott Lipps managed to throw a stellar cocktail party filled with a super hip crowd of tastemakers and scenesters that had absolutely nothing to do with the Emmy Awards. Come take a peek inside the celebration of Scott Lipps' Poplipps: Plus One book launch at the latest soon-to-be hotspot from L.A. nightlife lord Brent Bolthouse.
We've all had that moment. You're flipping through the radio and - "YES!" your favorite jam just started - only to find out that it's actually a different song entirely. Thanks to the popularity of sampling in today's music, some of the biggest chart toppers contain snippets from older songs. And you may be surprised to find out exactly who's sampling who. From Rihanna taking cues from an '80s classic to The Fugees' re-work of Enya (?!), here are 6 major hitmakers that have made some unexpected choices in their sampling.
As the 2013 VMAs loom over the Brooklyn horizon, we can't help but reflect on all the outrageous and memorable moments of music awards past. From meat dresses to too many Slim Shadys, suffice it to say that the VMAs always leave us with something to talk about. Click through the slideshow and check out some of our favorite and most memorable moments to get you excited for this year.
From our Hot Hundred party to Santa Soiree, from Diana Ross singing for the president to Shadow Room's new baroque decor, and from a gigantic balloon menorah in Bethesda to the Apres ski party at the U Club, there was a lot of fun to be had in Washington over the weekend:
Last night in NYC, Friends performed at Le Baron for part four of the Encore! Live Sessions, Chloe Sevigny and Adam Brody attended the after party for Damsels in Distress at the Soho Grand Hotel, Roma took the stage for Avenue A Soundcheck's Monday Rock series, Martin Scorsese honored Catherine Deneuve at the 39th annual Chaplin Award Gala, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the music! More»
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards takes over the Staples Center; Paris Hilton and Afrojack attend EMI's Grammy after party; Tony Bennett and Diana Krall perform at Clive Davis and The Recording Academy's Pre-Grammy Gala; Ne-Yo and Compound Entertainment throw a Pre-Grammy midnight brunch; Kelly Clarkson and John Legend attend Sony Music Group's Grammy Reception at Cecconi's; Bruno Mars performs at Warner Music Group's Grammy Celebration hosted at Chateau; Jay-Z's Roc Nation holds a pre-Grammy brunch at Soho House; MusiCares honors Paul McCartney as person of the year and raises $6.5 million for artists; Cash Money Records holds their 3rd annual pre-Grammy Awards party with Lil Wayne and Drake; Flo-Rida and Pia Toscano rock the house at OK! Magazine's pre-Grammy event—Los Angeles was alive with music this weekend and we've got your inside scoop on all the festivities and the celebrities who attended them in this edition of Last Night's Parties! More»
For those of us who have no idea who’s even playing in Sunday’s Super Bowl, there’s still a reason to head out and watch the game: the halftime show. With Madonna headlining this year’s halftime it’s sure to be entertaining, but can the Material Girl put on a show as memorable as those who have performed at halftime before her? Check out some of her toughest competition… More»
"For the first time, the chic has become a plausible option for a community so far pegged [only] to its street wear codes."
She suggests that the style bar in the Black community has grown greatly thanks to Michelle Obama. Such a statement, as well as the post in its entirety (which Elle France removed as of January 24, 2012), had readers' undies in a bunch. Granted, the First Lady has flawless style, however there are many Black women who pioneered fashion not only in the Black community but the world. Check out some of the fashion icons that ruled the school way before Mrs. Obama was around...
Saturday, March 8
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.