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Throughout 2012 we've scoured the streets of Manhattan to find the best dressed New Yorkers. Whether they're showing pops of colors or muted neutrals, epitomizing uptown chic or downtown cool, New Yorkers bring out their keen sense of style every season. Click through to see our favorite street style shots of 2012!
For some of the best street style in NYC, head over to 27th street where FIT students treat the pavement like it's a runway everyday. Check out a few of the most fashionable students and find out what they're wearing.
Nobody likes having big ideas for the summer, but having a not-so-big wallet. If you are looking to conserve your spending for the summer, then you will definitely want to check out these seven free things to do in the city. Whether your interests lie in music, art, fashion, or even wine- you are sure to find something that will grab your attention. You don't have to spend big to have fun, and these ideas are sure to help you keep your summer moving, but your bank account still. More»
Last night, Sabina and Lorraine Belkin of DUO Restaurant & Lounge hosted an after party for the Incomparable Women of Style Exhibition unveiling by photographer Rose Hartman. Guests included Dr. Robert Grant, Michele Gerber Klein, Jullian James, Bernadette Brennan and Jean Shafiroff feted the exhibit in DUO's opulent lounge.
Amar'e Stoudemire shoots hoops with Hamish Bowles, Vivienne Westwood's campaign for Royal Ascot is gorgeous and ties are in demand with the ladies. Kate Middleton's see through "dress" sold, undies built to keep your cookie cool, New Jersey soon to be legally miserable and so much more. Take a look! MORE>>>
[FIT Couture Council's Summer Party. Photo by SHAUN MADER for PMc].
Yesterday, the Museum at FIT Couture Council held their annual summer cocktail party at the private home of council Member Charlotte Moss. If the balconies and shrubbery framing the garden aren't enough to make you wish you grazed the doorstep of uptown's finest, check out our full coverage, coming shortly.
Promptly after watching last night's episode, I picked up my phone and called my brother at Harvard and told him to head for the hills: If girls like Kelly and Camille are creeping on his campus, he better be on guard at all times. Then I realized even more concerning than these high school girls were the D-bags they were talking to, and their wretched tour guide. Good job, Harvard. Great advertising. More»
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.