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Last night in NYC, Lady Gaga closed out Fashion Week in true style by shaving her head and getting tatted up at the Guggenheim Museum for her fragrance launch party, Emma Stone and Diane Kruger joined Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein's intimate dinner party at the not-yet-opened Beatrice Inn, Emma Watson made a special appearance at the screening of her new movie "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," and so much more!
Fashion Week is all about shows, clothes...and parties, so it's the perfect time to get a preview of the hottest new venues for the fall. From The Standard East Village's new pop-up club to the super glam abandoned building in the Financial district that is slated to become a new hotel, check out the best venues for the upcoming season. More»
Le Baron wasn’t the only New York opening by nightlife entrepreneur André Saraiva this month. Lil' Andre is also an artist, and his first NYC exhibition, “Love Letters,” opened at Half Gallery last Saturday, luring a crowd of the city’s beautiful and damned at the unusually early hour of 6:00 p.m. The tiny gallery space was packed with fashionable bodies, many speaking foreign languages, commenting on the art, and scanning the well-lit room for faces familiar under darker circumstances. More»
What would a great nightlife scene be without its top players maintaining the status quo? Check out some of this year's top personalities preserving New York's party scene as top ranking, and keeping this sleepless city awake.
When NYC nighlife barons Paul Sevigny and Andre Saraiva headed west, they had everyone in LA talking. From the get-go, they weren't set to last long. After a short 6 months, the pop up party "PaulandAndre" closed this weekend. We hope this means their focus will shift to opening Le Baron in Chinatown. MORE>>>
In the seven-ish months since Paul & Andre opened its doors and diluted the obscenely over-saturated bottle service, fog cannons and dubstep scene to bring a little bit of NYC flavor up in Hollywood, the landscape of L.A. nightlife has changed. Namely, it gave us a reason to believe not all nightclubs in this city have to be tacky. I personally have come to love the place and spend entirely too much time there but at least I've been taking full advantage of a good thing while I still can before it closes on Sunday. More»
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What a wild Wednesday night it was at The Hiro Ballroom. Continuing to cater to the city's musically literate crowd nightlife mogul Nur Khan hosted a night of rocking out while sipping on DeLeon Tequlia bevs. This special night of "Nur Khan's Sessions" had electronica beats by Crystal Castles and a light show. It was also the launch of VS Magazine's Fall/Winter Cinematic issue. More»
Don Hill's former employees are grumbling; Club Sankey's is headed to Hell's Kitchen; Mason Dixon shuts down; Bernie Madoff's vintage wines are up for grabs; Provocateur offers booze as beauty aid; Le Baron's Andre Saraiva has been named L’Officiel Hommes Creative Director, and more. Today's nightlife round up is boomin'! More»
116 opens in an iconic space; Guerrilla Culinary Brigade setting up shop in the former Thor spot; Nur Khan talks Don Hill's; Max Fish shut down by the police; Partying with Kanye costs $1 million and partying with Teresa Giudice costs just $75. Today's nightlife round up is here and it's free! More»
Wednesday, June 19
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.