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Last night in NYC, Bono, Owen Wilson, and the Olsens celebrate Aby Rosen's birthday at the Paramount Hotel, Perrin Paris 1893 celebrated their New York launch at the Terrace Penthouse, Andy Cohen and Allison Sarofim hosted the first annual Hero Fund Scholarship, and so much more!
Last night in NYC, Shia LaBeouf joined cast members Robert Redford and Brit Marling at the premiere and after-party of "The Company You Keep" while wearing a mysterious boot on his left foot, Emmy Rossum, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and Meg Ryan came out to support Tom Hanks' Broadway debut in "Lucky Guy," written by the late Nora Ephron, Christie's hosted a dinner at Waverly Inn to celebrate the opening for Sante D'Orazio's "Other Graces" exhibition, and more!
Last night in NYC, Eric Goode, Jenna Lyons, and Karlie Kloss made their way Downtown to the Bowery Hotel for the Turtle Ball, CFDA/Vogue fashion fund finalists launched their new boutique at Treasure & Bond, Leigh Lezark and Julia Restoin Roitfeld checked out the exclusive Muglerette graffiti bags at the Top of the Standard, Alexa Chung and Cindy Sherman celebrated the launch of Marni's first ever fragrance, and so much more!
New York City’s cultural center of gravity has officially hopped the L train. First stop, Williamsburg. Not so long ago, “Bridge and Tunnel” was a term that Manhattanites used to denigrate their borough brethren. Now, many Brooklynites use “B&T” to snarkily refer to their undesirable Manhattan neighbors. The times, they are a changin’. Today, the cultural cognoscente can fly into JFK and have a hip NYC vacation without ever stepping foot on Manhattan. And, Australian born, Manhattan bred, Dumbo residing Peter Lawrence is just the sort of global nomad who can help cement the trend by giving these “adventurous travelers” what he refers to as “practical luxury” at the Wythe Hotel.
Form follows function, and the Wythe Hotel’s “practical luxury” hospitality has picked up the plot where post-Schrager Manhattan hotels left off. The Wythe is all Brooklyn, all the time, in the best way. And come on, be honest, aren’t we all just a little tired of Manhattan? Williamsburg may very well be the 4th largest city in America, but it’s also well on it’s way to becoming the hippest, if it isn’t already.
The free trade coffee that is Williamsburg has been brewing for a long time, and Peter Lawrence is encouraging you to wake up (at the Wythe Hotel) and smell the coffee – on their hand made-in-Brooklyn custom beds.
Photos by Porter Hovey.
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Over the weekend in NYC, Leighton Meester stepped out for a screening and after-party for her new movie, "The Oranges," Lady Gaga officially launched her new fragrance, Fame, at Macy's in Herald Square, Florence + the Machine continued their US tour with a concert at Nikon Theater, and more!
In the 1990s, Englishman Andrew Wells began a marketing movement to attract patrons to his discount golfing store—he hung brightly colored signs, titled “Golf Sale,” along the posh London thoroughfares. Although eventually banned, the signs became a surprising symbol of consumer rebellion, and quietly caught on in other cities across the world.
And now, Golf Sale comes to New York. But instead of hawking five irons and golf balls, this Sale is an exhibition of art.
“A lot of our artists our from England, or are based there,” said curator Peter Makebish, who began Golf Sale in the midst of Frieze, the mega art fair also imported from London. "The exhibition plays off this idea of a basement sale, but elevates it to fine art." More»
Vice changes the game for the future of nightclubs with their new project, Discotecture, the MAD 2012 Fun Fellowship recipients are announced and will produce their creative nightlife projects, Scott Disick and the Fatty Crew are coming to meatpacking, this time taking on the restaurant industry, and more on today's nightlife news round up! Check it out. More»
From the hotel lounges of SoHo to the hipster-adored spots of Chinatown and everywhere in between- models, socialites and scenesters alike partied hard this year. We've rounded up the top 10 nightlife spots who bloggers and party go-ers just wouldn't shut up about.
After pioneering the Meatpacking District revolution that transformed the area from a scene of prostitutes and drugs to high-end eateries and boutiques, the acclaimed Matsuri restaurant and Hiro Ballroom in The Maritime Hotel (owned by Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode), will be shuttering its doors at the end of March, the official announcement to employees came today. This means you have three months to say your goodbyes to the spaces which have played host to some of New York's grandest parties and hottest guests for over the last eight years. Which leaves us all wondering, who's next to take over this prime real estate? More»
People often wildly throw around terms like "impresario, visionary, artist" to describe the new big name responsible for molding our social existences in that moment. The difference with Serge Becker is that they are all actually true. Serge has been quietly shaping the canvas of New York City nightlife for decades, his touches often unnoticed under the big names he's collaborated with. One thing's certain: wherever Serge goes, a scene is sure to follow. More»
Armin Amiri was the famous doorman at Bungalow 8 and then the mind behind Socialista. He parlayed his nightlife pursuits into acting, scoring a role in The Wrestler. But now he's back on the club scene with Chinatown's Mister H. Hear Amiri tell his story of club life and the toll it takes on love.d
Wednesday, May 22
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.