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[Jennifer Lopez, Jason Statham] [Nigel Barker, Coco Rocha] [Rosie Huntington-Whiteley]
Last night in NYC, Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez hit up the red carpet for the premiere of their new film "Parker," Coco Rocha, Nigel Barker, and Hilary Rhoda celebrated the February issue of DuJour Magazine at The Darby, and so much more!
[Theophilus London, Andre Saraiva] [Mia Moretti]
Last night in NYC, Andre Saraiva and Andre Balazs kicked off their 22 night pop up club in the basement of the Standard East Village, Karlie Kloss celebrated with Jason Wu at the Top of the Standard for his successful show, Aziz Ansari came out to celebrate Fashion Week with Rag & Bone at The Wooly, the Courtin-Clarins sisters attended the Cools Jamboree dinner at 5 Beekman Street, and so much more! More»
The reincarnation of Studio 54, Jay-Z hits up the 40/40 Club, Red Egg got raided, Debbie Harry hosts a party, the Giants get rowdy, Super Linda's opening and much more in today's Nightlife News Round Up! More»
Esteemed as the nation's most prestigious awards, the Kennedy Center Honors laud those who have made significant contributions to American culture through the arts. This year's ceremony and gala brought together some of the country's most recognizable faces.
Last night Interview partied at the Boom Boom Room with Florence + The Machine, Uniqlo celebrated with Susan Sarandon, Madonna came out to celebrate Antonio Banderas' latest flick, Emma Roberts and Olivia Wilde got rowdy with Best Coast and Ray Bans, Matt & Kim gave a killer performance, and so much more! Last night's parties were all about the music and the threads.
Guild Hall's John Drew Theater filled up on Monday night for the screening of Stephen Sondheim's "Company." Originally a Broadway, Tony-nominated play in 1970, producers Ellen M. Krass, Stewart F. Lane, Bonnie Comley and Lonnie Price transformed the musical onto the screen with a cast including Neil Patrick Harris, Patti LuPone, Stephen Colbert, Jon Cryer and Christina Hendricks. More»
Mormons took all at the Tony Awards while Neil Patrick Harris rocked his position as host; Catherine Zeta-Jones sparkled in red; Daniel Radcliffe took his snub in stride; Vanessa Redgrave pre-partied before the big event; Oh Land sang for the Queen of Denmark; the Puerto Rican Day Parade took over 5th Avenue and more! This weekend's parties sang, threw jazz hands, and marched across the city! More»
Charlize Theron hosted the launch of Dior VIII; Rosie Perez and Rachel Dratch enjoyed adult prom; the art and fashion crowds came out to celebrate Johan Lindeberg's new line; Style.com celebrated at the Jimmy; Gen Art kicked off its revitalized Film Festival and more. Last night's parties are primed for their comeback! More»
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Big time stars turned up to support the New York City Ballet last night at its spring gala and performance of The Seven Deadly Sins featuring Patti LuPone at Lincoln Center. Noted guests included Sarah Jessica Parker (who wore a amazing Valentino gown) and Matthew Broderick, Vanessa Williams, Brooke Shields, Betsy Johnson, (who showed up with a pet guest (above), Erin Fetherston, and Victor Garber. More»
Sarah Jessica Parker, Betsy Johnson, Vanessa Williams and more saw Seven Deadly Sins at Lincoln Center; The Yeah Yeah Yeah's Nick Zinner took the stage at Good Units; Moby signed copies of his new book at Clic Gallery; Ally Hilfiger and Nary Manivong launched their new fashion line Nahm; David Blaine and Lance Burton hung out with teen wizards and more. Last night's parties were magical. More»
Social Media Week kicked off in a flurry of hashtags, Ivanka Trump showed off her jewels and her baby bump, while Clay Aiken flexed his vocal chords to a song normally sung by a woman. Hayden Christensen screened his new flick, Alec Baldwin went bowling, and Kim Kardashian pissed off Prince. It was a busy night. Let's hop in. More»
Friday, May 24
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.