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Last night, the stars came out for the Chanel Eighth Annual Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner. The crowd was a who's who of the Downtown New York scene, with guests including everyone from Michael Pitt, to Dree Hemingway, to Sean Avery. The guests arrived at the perennial Tribeca staple - and one of our top festival restaurants - The Odeon, where they posed for pictures in front of a bright pink floral walkway. The women were as fashionable as ever, with Chanel being the obvious choice for fashion personality Alexa Chung, model Joan Smalls, and Leigh Lezark of The Misshapes, among others. Scroll through for our photographs and read on to see what Josh Radnor of "How I Met Your Mother" and Kiernan Shipka of "Mad Men" had to share with us last night. More»
It has already been quite an event-filled week for New Yorkers, and the fun continued on Tuesday night, with guests attending a number of fashionable outings around the city. From Jessica Biel looking as chic as ever in Tom Ford at the TIME 100 Gala to a dressed down January Jones at The Paley Center's "Mad Men" Season 5 presentation, there was no shortage of well-dressed ladies out and about in NYC last night. Click through to see all of the great looks.
The workday is finally over and we’re sitting down to watch TV, but to make things even more interesting, we've added in a cocktails worthy of our favorite characters themselves. Whether you’re watching reruns to satisfy your Liz Lemon withdrawals or you're catching up on the latest Game of Thrones adventure, these cocktails, inspired by the show's characters, will make a nice addition to your evening.
While most of your shows may be winding down for the season, two of TV’s most anticipated are just getting started. After a year off the air, Game of Thrones finally premiered on HBO last night and season 6 of Mad Men returns next Sunday, April 7. While you could just post up in front of your TV alone with a frozen pizza, why not join other super-fans at some of the city’s bars that screen the shows. Click through to find out where you can honor GoT’s fallen with some Jello shots or sip on a Don Draper-themed cocktail every week. More»
We've been counting down the days until the new season of Mad Men begins. Season 6 is expected to have more than a few plot twists and chic outfit inspiration. What better excuse to watch the two-hour premiere with friends than a celebratory '60s-themed cocktail party? Start planning early, using this guide to help create an unforgettable beginning to the second to last season. More»
Zac Efron shows up on time for Hublot's celebration of new brand ambassador Kobe Bryant; Jon Hamm, Christina Hendricks, Elisabeth Moss and the rest of the "Mad Men" cast turn out for the Season 6 premiere; Jason Bateman and Emma Rossum make memorable appearances at a gala benefiting the Alzheimer's Association; Neil Patrick Harris attends Hollygrove's Norma Jean Gala; Christina Ricci and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley look stunning at the BlackBerry Z10 launch; Leandra Medine, Liberty Ross and Brooke Davenport shop the Christian Dior pop-up at Maxfield—it was a very busy Hump Day here in L.A. and we have the rundown on it all in today's edition of Last Night's Parties.
Now that we're just a couple weeks out from the Mad Men Season 6 Premiere, it's time to plan our Sunday night viewing party. If you're planning on hosting a premiere party, we've got you covered with Mad Men inspired hors d'oeuvres. Even though Betty Draper has not set the bar high in the kitchen, celebrity caterer Mary Giuliani sure has. Giuliani--who has served the likes of Cynthia Rowley, Gwen Stefani, Justin Timberlake and many more-- has concocted a modernized menu with influences from the 1960s classics. Try your best at these slenderized and brighter bites and like they do in the Draper household, you'll shine even if what goes on behind closed doors is a wreck. More>>
When you read an interview with, say, Tina Fey or Kristen Wiig, you know that you're in for a few laughs. And when you can watch a interview with a comedy star? Even better. But the very best form of comedy Q & A? Web series in which funny people interview each other. From Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns to Joan Rivers' In Bed With Joan, check out this round-up of our favorite interview series in which comedians ask the questions... and other comedians answer them! More»
As the unrelenting beast known as awards season rolls on, last night's 2013 Writers Guild of America, West Writers Guild Awards honored those responsible for creating the memorable roles that make movie and TV stars. Hosted at the JW Marriot at L.A. LIVE, familiar faces such as Amy Poehler, Jessica Chastain, Francis Ford Coppola, Aubrey Plaza and many more stepped out to celebrate these forces behind the camera. Among the night's winners were Vince Gilligan for "Breaking Bad," Chris Terrio for Argo, "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner, and Mark Boal for Zero Dark Thirty. Keep clicking through the slideshow to see them all on last night's red carpet.
Have you ever been so invested in a TV show that you almost feel like you're living vicariously through the characters? Now, with our help, you can actually live the lives of your favorite TV characters, minus the on-cue laughter. Skip the cliché $40 bus tour and visit these of-the-moment TV film locations instead. Click through to see Cafe Grumpy, the coffee shop from Girls, and McGee's, the bar that inspired MacLaren's in How I Met Your Mother.
Let's pretend for a second the Mayans were wrong and there will in fact be a tomorrow. Hopefully you will have participated in some form of 'end of the world' festivities since an ancient pre-Columbian culture will have you believe it's your last opportunity. You're going to need to top that apocalypse raging for planet Earth's biggest party night of the year. As usual, we are here to help you navigate your choices of some of the best New Year's Eve parties happening in L.A. to ring in 2013. Premium open bars, hot DJs, special guests: you name it, we've found it. They're all here in our Official New Year's Eve 2013 L.A. Party Guide (of 25+ parties!), so check them out while there's still time to decide, and you can thank us later when you've made your best NYE memories yet (or perhaps just vague recollections if that's how you get down).
Saturday, May 25
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.