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There isn't a city in the world more romantic than Paris. Even more, Paris is also known for having some of the best restaurants, cuisine and history. What better place to spend a Valentine's Day? So we consulted one of the top experts on Paris culture and tourism, Doni Belau, on where Francophiles should go for that special extra special romance. Check out her Valentine's Day suggestions to really wow your date this year.
We admit, we know it's not exactly breaking news that Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are getting married, and by now, you've probably already heard about their batshit insane bridal registry at Gearys Beverly Hills. But the fact that a mob of enraged single mothers, foreclosed families and credit card debtors haven't yet stormed Kim's house with pitchforks and torches would suggest that maybe people haven't really been looking hard enough. After all, if my math is correct, twenty-four "Presentation Plates" at $305 a pop comes out to $7,320. This is well over the total amount I intend to spend at my own eventual wedding, barring a major change in the Popov Vodka market. Let's delve further into this very, very expensive wish list, and perhaps see if we can figure out why some of these common household items are so G.D. expensive. More»
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The Fashion Group International hosted their "Night of Stars" 2008 Gala: The Alchemists last Thursday at Cipriani's on Wall Street. Attendees included J.Lo and Marc Anthony, Prince, Karl Lagerfeld, Ashley Olsen, Blake Lively, Kate Bosworth, Anna Wintour, Margaret Hayes, Georgina Chapman, Donatella Versace, Debra Messing, Ivanka Trump, Allegra Versace, Francisco Costa, Franca Sozzani, Hugh Dancy, Jared Kushner, Penn Badgley, Andre Leon Talley, Kerry Washington, Lindsay Price, Alexis Avery, Alexandra Adame, Alan Kronberg, Nancy Chilton, Balthazar Getty, and Alexander Wang, among others.
Monday, May 20
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.