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Imagine what it would be like to get two of everything—double bowties, double suit jackets, double drinks, and even double takes? No, they're not twins, but AndrewAndrew know the feeling. Since the late '90s, the DJ duo has caused quite a stir on the seen-everything scene of NYC nightlife by performing (and ultimately living like) a single entity. Chances are you've seen them out and about, working the decks of the latest downtown hot spot with an iPad and venturing into the crowd to become "active observers" of the party. Or maybe you've seen them canoodling with the hoity-toity ladies of the UES, admiring the Andrews' impeccable aesthetic without catching on to their "radical politics," as they call them. More»
Literary greats like Jack Kerouac, Neal Cassady and other figures from the Beat Generation used The Marlton Hotel as their NYC haven, once upon a time. Now, with the reopening of the hotel, Sean MacPherson (Bowery Hotel, The Jane, The Maritime) is drawing in a whole new generation of New York creatives to the historic establishment. And with the hotel's restaurant, Margaux, officially open just in time for Fashion Week, you can expect to see even more A-list names continue to descend upon the Greenwich Village location. Whether it's the Parisian charm or the Mediterranean-style cuisine from Executive Chefs Jeremy Blutstein and Michael Reardon, Margaux has decidedly become the new hotspot that New Yorkers are buzzing about, not an easy task in a city with a constant revolving door of "cool." More»
Here in New York City, each social circle is brimming with the variety of life. Influencers in every field rub elbows at parties, bump shopping bags at boutiques, switch gears and careers so much so that it's hard to keep up. That's why we bring you the Guest List series, where we sit down with the city's coolest residents and discuss why they're making such a splash. From DJs to designers, artists to authors, see who we put in the spotlight in 2013.
Created by Lisa Salzer, Marlon Taylor-Wiles and Jon Sneden, George Frost is Lulu Frost’s male counterpart. Grown with a soulful aesthetic and a unisex mindset, George Frost jewelry is designed and manufactured in New York City. After discovering George Frost at Michael Bastian’s pop-up shop with BOFFO NY, we sat down with designer and celebrated dancer Marlon Taylor-Wiles and talked about manufacturing in New York City, Tupac’s nose ring, and working with his partner, Lisa Salzer. More»
In the last couple of years, Brendan Fallis has skyrocketed to the top of every DJ list, becoming one of the most in-demand DJs in New York. He goes from nightclubs, to runway shows, to museum galas on a weekly basis, and effortlessly rocks the crowd every time. His work ethic, friendly demeanor ("I love people. My business is kind of people."), and good looks have made him a staple on the nightlife and fashion scene, whether he's behind the decks or not. More»
Purchase products that can easily be DIY'ed is totally passé and, Erica Domesk, is leading this movement. From high-fashion remakes, to tech gadgets, to home goods, to food, Erica can lend her DIY expertise to just about anything. With two books under her belt, her frequent television appearances, and a widely successful website, the P.S. - I Made This founder continues to encourage people to find their inner creativity through DIY projects. Her motto, “I see it. I like it. I make it,” has rightfully garnered her the title of "Fashion Queen of DIY." We got a chance to chat with Erica about all things DIY, so click through to get inspired to take that glue gun into your own hands. More»
From high-fashion remakes, to tech gadgets, to home goods, to food, Erica Domesek can lend her DIY expertise to just about anything. Think Proenza Schouler inspired pieces and spiked-out Burberry trenches for a fraction of the cost. With two books under her belt, her frequent television appearances, and a widely successful website, the P.S. - I Made This founder continues to encourage people to find their inner creativity through DIY projects. Her motto, “I see it. I like it. I make it,” has rightfully garnered her the title of "Fashion Queen of DIY." We got a chance to chat with Erica about all things DIY, so click through to get inspired to take that glue gun into your own hands. More»
We all know that girls love their shoes, and we can all agree that when it comes to footwear, there is no one who does it quite like Stuart Weitzman. From Kate Moss to the Olsens, some of the biggest fashion icons around today are self-proclaimed brand devotees. So, needless to say, we jumped at the chance to sit down with the woman who helped turn said brand into what it is today, Stuart's wife Jane Weitzman. With a new book, Art & Sole, debuting this fall, we had a lot to chat with Jane about, including the best gift she has ever recieved from her husband. Click through our interview for a sneak peak at some of the spectacular shoes showcased in the book, as well as an inside look at what it's like to be the woman behind such an iconic brand. More»
As a self-described perfectionist, it's no wonder that Irish transplant Fiona Byrne has managed to make such a name for herself as one of New York's leading influencers. As a journalist, she has had experience in every field imaginable, from fashion and beauty, to entertainment and culture and everything in between, but her talents don't stop at the written word. Just one step into her Downtown abode and it becomes evident that she has a keen eye for interior decor. And if her impeccably well-decorated apartment in the slides that follow isn't enough to convince you, then you've got to check out her Teen Vogue series "My Room Makeover." We got a chance to chat with Byrne about everything from her guilty pleasure to her love affair with NYC, so click through to get a closer glimpse into the life of a woman who never settles for "just okay." More»
Darcy Miller, the Senior Vice President and Editorial Director for Weddings at Martha Stewart Living, has been one of Stewart’s right hand women since first joining the company in 1992. As an expert on weddings and entertaining, Miller has appeared on The Today Show, Extra, The Early Show and many others to provide wedding advice and decorating tips. Miller sat down with us for an exclusive interview on everything from the editorial world to working alongside Martha Stewart. More»
We can all agree that the best way to be greeted—ever—is by a puppy licking your face. And that's just what happened on a recent boiling day in NYC, after we weaved our way through Tompkins Square Park to meet up with Eddy Segal. When we reached the Alphabet City artist's lair, her new pup, Bowie Bolan LaBeija (named after the iconic glam rockers and a Paris is Burning character) had no qualms about getting up close and personal. It's a trait he must have inherited from his expressive mama Eddy, the 24-year-old artist whose painting career is just taking off. More»
Monday, March 10
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.