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The top looks from the red carpet are flooding our Instagram feed this morning, but we want to know what goes on once the guests step off the carpet and enter the museum. We're digging through the #MetGala photos to find the real punk that comes out beyond the carpet. Check out the best shots from inside the 2013 Costume Institute Gala.
Last night in NYC, Dom Pérignon hosted a dinner celebrating the book and exhibition launch of Natural Beauty by James Houston at Milk Studios, Bill Clinton, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Pierce Brosnan and more came out to honor Barbra Streisand at the 40th Annual Chaplin Awards, Tory Burch and Zac Posen hit up the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center's annual Spring Ball at the Temple of Dendur in the Metropolitan Museum, and so much more!
Last night's best looks were all about contrast. They were either gorgeous gowns or casual perfection. As much as we swoon over the beauties that grace the most exclusive parties in NYC we fall just as hard for the downtown girls that are forever the epitome of effortless luxury. Who doesn't love a girl that knows how to keep it cool as a cucumber? Best dressed guest from last night: We salute you.
[Yasmin Warsame, Jessica Stam, Hilary Rhoda, Lauren Santo Domingo]
The Apollo Circle's Benefit Committee held their annual fall gala last night at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. For the 6th year in a row, Carolina Herrera sponsored the event, and dressed about 30 of the women in attendance, many in her new coral-based spring collection. All the guests came out dressed to impress, and we've rounded up our picks for the best gowns of the evening. Check out if you made the list!
The Met throws a Warhol costume party. Fernando Botero takes up space at Marlborough Gallery. Jeff Koons talks Pablo Picasso at the Guggenheim. The Chelsea Art District hosts a festival of sound. "The Scream" comes to MoMA. And Anne Hathaway sings for her supper. Listen up: art demands to be heard on this week's round up. More»
Celebrities "Take Home a Nude" at Sotheby's. Artists talk urban transportation at Conflux. Chuck Close does Cindy Sherman at Pace Gallery. Michal Chelbin captures Russian prisoners on camera. A film festival feeds its patrons. And the Met asks: Is Andy Warhol the Most Influential Artist of the Last Fifty Years? Find out, on this week's NYC art round up. More»
[Caffe Reggio when it first opened in 1927 to present day via]
Among the city chaos lie a number of memorable sites that most New Yorkers tend to forget about. From a museum tucked away in an old freight elevator, to America's first cafe that served cappuccino, check out some of these historical spots. The following five sites, normally under the tourist radar, are New York treasures that deserve to be recognized. More»
August is coming to a close, and so are many of the summer exhibitions, so be sure and take one last stroll through your favorite Chelsea galleries before the season comes to a close. In other news, Liz Laser Magic plays an anchorwoman at Forever & Today, Frédéric Moffet organized a film series at New Museum, Gym Class Heroes headline this year's Afropunk Festival, and two brothers from Iran bring their art to Openhouse. Let's get this pARTy started. More»
Thursday, May 23
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.