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Sure, Wall Street guys in NYC tend to spend too much time in the office, but it seems to be paying off on another front: gorgeous women. We picked out ten financiers who have found the time to land some of the city's leading ladies.
With the Knicks and Nets battling to become the fan-favorite team in New York this season, a good number of celebrities have come out and parked themselves courtside to show their support. In the past few months, we've seen Spike Lee and the rest of the famous faithful (including Anna Wintour) cheer on the Knicks, while Jay-Z and Beyonce have led the charge in Brooklyn. Check out our slideshow to see what New Yorkers have made it onto the court this season. More»
Liv Tyler went to PH-D at the new Dream Downtown; Florence Welch enjoyed a private dinner by Chef Sam Talbot; Jessica Stam hung out at The Lot for Off Duty; Christian Siriano helped out theater kids; Matchbox 20 performed for Mercedes Benz and more. Last night's parties' clock on the wall has been stuck at 3am for days! More»
Daughter of artist and filmaker Julian Schnabel, Stella Schnabel was listed on WWD’s list of “Arty Party People,” in 2010 and is always at the best events. She is often portrayed as a privileged “scenester;" but don't write her off as a classier Paris Hilton. Stella is making waves in the independent film world, and continually turns heads with her strong and unique fashion sense. More»
[Vito Schnabel, Terence Koh, Richard Geoffroy. All photos by BILLY FARRELL for PMc] Six degrees of separation between artist Terence Koh and French President Nicolas Sarkozy: Koh, a painter, had his first NYC show curated by Vito Schnabel, who presented the exhibit on East 75th Street in a space owned by Olivier Sarkozy, whose half brother happens to be Mr.Carla Bruni. Ok, so that was three degrees, but still interesting, no? More»
Maybe it was the vogue setting, or perhaps the fact that every guest present was GORGEOUS, not to mention unfairly photogenic. Whatever it was, last night, David X Prutting delivered some of the best photographs we have seen from him ever. Cutiepie Vito Schabel and Olivier Sarkozy presented Terrence Koh "Flowers for Baudelaire" last night at the former Richard Avedon Studio. Guests included:
Sunday, May 19
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.