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Last night in NYC, Olivier Theyskens hosted ACRIA's Unframed 2013 at the Sean Kelly Gallery, Emma Roberts, Dianna Agron, Alexa Chung, Amy Schumer, Lucy Punch and Zosia Mamet performed at Glamour's one-night-only theater event, Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgard partied at at "The East" premiere after party, and so much more!
Mary Thom, who served as editor for Ms. Magazine for 20 years, died in a motorcycle crash last Friday. Her influence, leadership and writings helped shape the feminist movement during the '70s. After her career at Ms., she continued on in the struggle for women’s rights as the editor for The Women’s Media Center until her death. “Mary was one of the great writers, editors and visionaries of the women’s movement, and the heart and soul of Women’s Media Center’s feature writing,” Women's Media Center President Julie Burton Said in a statement. Read on to learn more about Thom, from her early years to her tragic, untimely death.
Over the weekend in NYC, Claire Courtin-Clarins and Lauren Santo Domingo stepped out for Save Venice's Black & White Masquerade Ball, Gloria Steinem, Olivia Wilde, and Gabrielle Douglas presented the DVF awards at the United Nations, Michael Kors honored Halle Berry at the United Nations World Food Programme Dinner, and so much more!
Winter lasted a little longer than we expected, but the weather is finally starting to warm up and there are plenty of things to do in April to take advantage of it. Whether you want to experience the delicate beauty of the cherry blossom, or partake in a giant pillow fight with friends and strangers, we've got you covered for the best events for the next 4 weeks! More»
Last night in NYC, Heidi Klum, Michael Kors, Kenneth Cole, SJP, and Carine Roitfeld stepped out for the 2013 amfAR New York Gala, Ne-Yo took the stage at the Love Carnival theme party in honor of Prabal's new line for Target, Veronica Swanson Beard co-hosted a private dinner for her sister Veronica Miele Beard's Fall 2013 collection, Ben Watts started off fashion week at Finale with his Ape Party, and so much more!
Hey boys, the girls got a new club and you better listen up! Chances are you know many of the big names on TheLi.st – a new start-up that serves as "a platform for awesome women" according to its founders, Rachel Sklar and Glynnis MacNicol. It's a group that has grown from a small table at Tom & Jerry’s bar to a veritable power list of women over 400 strong.
“There’s a lot money to be made on taking women seriously,” explained Rachel in TheLi.st's new Manhattan office. “That’s actually a quote from Cindy Gallop (of the infamous TED talk Make Love Not Porn, another well-known crusader for women), and we have used it over and over again.” Rachel and Glynnis have been sharing women’s stories in the media for the better part of the last decade, and now they are formally giving them a club to support and connect to one another. It’s an “old boys club” for women – but it’s not on a golf course, it’s online, and it’s helping to get girls, women and mothers interested, engaged, and even funded in the tech space. Powerful men are taking notice and getting on board - they have figured out that women are a good investment. Angel investor and Barbarian Group co-founder Rick Webb is an adviser and "mega supporter of women"; the NYTimes' Nick Bilton wants in on the 'Friends of TheLi.st list', and guys like The Daily's Greg Clayman, David Pakman of Venrock, CNN's Jonathan Wald and Lean Startup's Eric Ries are champions and supporters. More»
Last night in NYC, Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Morgan Freeman, and Marion Cotillard shined on the red carpet for the world premiere of The Dark Knight Rises, Jay-Z and Beyonce swung by Bagatelle for Nas' Life is Good album release party, SUPRA NYC celebrated their 1 year anniversary in Soho with DJ Premier, The Westway team won the bowling competition hosted by Brandsway Creative and @NYNightlife, and so much more! Last night's parties were all about striking big and staying out all knight. More»
Last night in NYC, Blake Lively and John Travolta step out for the 'Savages' premiere, Lifestyle Mirror and Ruinart Champagne toast summer with Anne Hathaway to celebrate the unveiling of the limited edition 'Miroir' collection, Dree Hemingway hangs out at the Jamboree event present by The Cools, Kilo Kish performs for the Lowline fundraiser at the Bowery Hotel, and so much more! Last night's parties were all about the outdoor festivities. More»
Elizabeth Banks, Jessica Alba, Zac Posen and more talk fashion at the Annenberg Community Beach House; stylists and tastemakers attend the opening of the new L.A. Montblanc boutique; Shailene Woodley, Laura Leighton and other stars of ABC Family light up the red carpet at the network's West Coast Upfronts; Diane Lane, Kathy Griffin, Gloria Steinem and more celebrate the anniversaries of Ms. Magazine and the Feminist Majority Foundation at the Beverly Hills Hotel; Amber Riley faints (but is okay now) on the red carpet with her co-stars at a special screening of Fox's Glee—it's been a bustling couple of days here in Los Angeles and we have the details on what went down Monday and Tuesday for you in this two-day installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
On Wednesday night, the Brooklyn Museum hosted their annual fundraiser, the Brooklyn Artists Ball, which celebrated the contributions of women artists and the 5th anniversary of the Sackler Center for Feminist Art. Over 1,000 guests turned out for an artful evening of cocktails, dinner, and dancing. More»
Last night in NYC, the Brooklyn Museum hosted their annual gala, The Brooklyn Artists Ball, father-daughter duo, Claire and Fred Distenfeld celebrated their grand opening of Fivestory, Emily Blunt stole the limelight in her Jason Wu gown at "The Five Year Engagement" premiere, Chloe Sevigny and Michelle Harper were out late celebrating the power of creation at Acme, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about celebrating in style. 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.