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Diner en Blanc, the elegant flash mob picnic that started 24 years ago in Paris, is now an annual affair growing to as large as 14,000 diners. Always set in public with a backdrop of the most legendary monuments around the world, the feast is organized through word of mouth and the secret location is disclosed at the very last moment. Let's take a look at the Diner en Blanc's that have taken place so far this summer in Paris, Berlin, Kigali, Montreal, Boston, and NYC. More»
Last night, over 3,000 people came together at Lincoln Center for NYC's second Diner en Blanc. This romantic flash mob picnic began in Paris 24 years ago and is now taking over elegant public spaces in 22 cities around the world. The feasts are all organized through word of mouth and social media, and guests are notified of the location at the very last minute. Check out scenes from last night's feast! More»
It's cold out, we know. But we've got warm weather on the brain. Partying in a confined space is so overrated, we've compiled a list of the best public events you should attend at least once in your lifetime. So break out the body paint, your LED glasses, and the most eclectic outfit you can put together and check out some of these trippy events guaranteed to keep you on a social high. More»
Last night Dîner en Blanc brought Parisean tradition to New York in a flash-mob style dining event, WhoWhatWear's Hillary Kerr dished style tips with shopping guests at Theory, LES Cirque dines on for another night and much more!
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After Paris, Lyon, Amsterdam, Munich, Zurich, Berlin and Montreal, New York finally got it's first "Dîner en Blanc". The Paris-inspired pop up dinner took place at the beautiful World Financial Center. Guests were instructed to dress in elegant white. The first private dinner guest list was limited to 1,000 guests. Guests celebrated and dined amid live music, dancing, complete with festive white balloons and sparklers. More»
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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.