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Last night in NYC, Beyonce and Jay Z came out to support Solange at MoMA's 2013 Armory Party, Mayor Bloomberg toasted the 100th annual Armory Show at the champagne celebration, Larry Clark celebrated the opening night for his new exhibit "Larry Clark Stuff" at Milk Gallery, and so much more! More»
[Lenny Kravitz, Demi Moore] [Laura de Gunzburg, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld] [Chelsea Leyland, Laure Heriard Dubreuil, Sophia Sanchez]
Last night in Miami, Demi Moore and Lenny Kravitz got cozy in the VIP area at Soho Beach House for Chanel's beachside BBQ, Laure Heriard Dubreuil hosted a cocktail party for the Interview & Valentino Pop Pois collection, Bruce Weber stepped out for the world premiere of his film Can I Make Music Fly, and more!
Last night in NYC, the Whitney Museum of Art celebrated at the Skylight Soho for the museum's spring fundraiser. The fundraiser was to raise funds for the new Whitney space set to open in 2015. The event was co-chaired by Oliver Theyskens, Denise Incandela, and Bettina Prentice. Theory and Saks Fifth Avenue co-sponsored the event along with Chandon Sparkling and Belvedere Vodka. The after party was held at Bungalow in Meatpacking. More»
Last night in NYC, Kate Bosworth and Chuck Close stepped out for the 2012 Whitney Art Party, Chanel celebrated the launch of "The Little Black Jacket" exhibit with Karl Lagerfeld, Chloe Sevigny attended the summer party at BLK DNM, Julianne Hough and Dylan Lauren sipped a few cocktails at Sons of Essex for the "Rock of Ages" after party, and so much more! Last night's parties were all about the art galleries. More»
Last night in NYC, Will Arnett spun for the official Internet Week closing party, Peter Brant II and Harry Brant co-host the opening of the Jitrois pop-up store opening, Shenae Grimes lights up the Museum of Art and Design's L.E.D. Ball, Rebecca Minkoff geeks out at the StyleCaster Internet Week party, and more! Last night's parties were all about wrapping up internet week.
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Over the weekend in NYC, Chelsea Handler took Andre Balazs to the Creative Time Spring Gala, Karlie Kloss celebrated the opening of five solo exhibitions at the New Museum, Gwyneth Paltrow and Diane Kruger helped launch Lifetime's new show "The Conversation," Jenna Lyons and Jason Wu attended NET-A-PORTER.com's Frieze New York party at Hotel Americano, and more! Last night's parties were all about celebrating the arts. More»
Last night in NYC, Tinsley Mortimer and Hannah Bronfman attended the annual Young Fellows Ball at The Frick Museum, Theophilus London DJ'd for Stylecaster's "50 Most Stylish New Yorkers," Victor Cruz and Katharine McPhee go to the Park Avenue Armory to see Audemars Piguet's Royal Oak exhibition, Mick Rock has his opening reception for The Legend Series, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the spring attire! More»
Last night, Neon Indian killed it at the Armory Party at MoMA, SCOPE New York held an after party at Le Bain, Tory Burch celebrated the launch of Angella Nazarian's book, Pioneers of the Possible, Julianne Moore and Tom Hanks attended the NY premiere of Game Change, Kipling turned 25 years-old, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the exclusive celebrations. More»
It was, afterall, one of the parties we suggested you check out in order to pick up your Parisian boyfriend, so, it was fitting that we sent our own Parisian correspondent, Ruben N. to check out what went down at the Surface2Air opening party at 27 Mercer St in Soho last night, as well as the after party at B Bar. More»
Ivanka Trump, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Nicole Kidman, and Keith Urban came out to support Wendi Murdoch; Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen showed off their handbags at The Crown; Manhattan Mag hit Mister H; Johan Lindeberg launched his new eye wear collaboration; music took on cancer; Hair re-opened on Broadway and more. Last night's parties let the sunshine in. More»
Tuesday, May 21
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.