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Thanks to Vine, we've found another (highly addictive) way to waste time, and it's become even easier to stalk our favorite celebrities. We've already rounded up the best celebrity Instagrams to follow, but now we're bringing you the New York Vine accounts that stand head and shoulders above the rest. If you're not following them already, here are 13 celebrity Vine accounts to check out. More»
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Eddie Borgo is a NYC-based jewelry designer whose namesake collection is wildly popular with some of the biggest names in fashion around the world. From the beginning, the Atlanta native managed to leave a lasting mark on the cutthroat industry, and his brand is only expanding. You can spot his pieces on the likes of Diane Kruger, Alexa Chung, and Rihanna, but it's not all about the ladies. He also has a men's line, inspired by rock legends like Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and David Bowie. Click through to learn more about Eddie, the jewelry world's latest golden boy. More»
As the world's largest fashion magazine, Elle has long carried a well deserved reputation as a trendsetter and taste maker, a position that means that their blessing is equally vital to fashion brands and also to up and coming Hollywood stars. Last night, they proved that this is as true now as it's always been with a festive evening at The Sunset Marquis in celebration of Miss Me and their collaboration album with The Songbirds, a lively bash that brought out an impressive array of young stars, hosted by Sarah Hyland of "Modern Family." More»
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Last night, Lani Hay of Lanmark Technologies hosted a dinner with Elle Magazine's Maggie Bullock and the Creative Coalition's Tim Daly and Robin Bronk celebrating women in media. The event kicked off the White House Correspondents' Weekend festivities at the Ritz Carlton, and guests enjoyed a casual reception in the hallway before taking to their seats. More»
Looking at at Azealia Banks, she reminiscent of a 90's R&B/Pop singer. Then when you actually listen to her, she's like the girl our mother's warned us about. Her songs are mostly a bunch of fast rapping sexual references, swear words, and killer instrumentals and beats, and it's a trifecta of sheer genius. It's like you know you shouldn't really listen to her, because she's not really saying anything, but you can't help it; you need more. In a boy's club of dirty mouthed rappers, this girl is changing the game.
"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...
Tuesday, May 21
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.