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With the relatively recent creation of the blog, big business and individuals have taken the opportunity to utilize this widely available and visible platform to discuss an array of topics. Fashion is most likely the commonest topic written about. The following selection of fashion blogs range from well-known blogs to some lesser known ones, nevertheless they all deserve notable attention for their prose, taste, and individuality. More»
VICE Magazine features models Occupying Wall Street; Chanel Iman and Behati Prinsloo spread some reggae inspired holiday cheer with Ben Watts; Mulberry throws a pool party in LA; Spirithoods teams up with The Muppets movie; EIC Cindy Leive set to give Glamour Magazine a makeover and so much more in today's Fashion Files! More»
Forget a heatwave, the events in NYC were in full swing last night in NYC. Aren't they always anyway? Adam Kimmel, Simon Doonan and Leelee Sobieski celebrated at Barney's exclusive Secret Studio, Vampire Weekend helped celebrate Oyster.com's Oyster Shots, GLAMOUR celebrated its Heidi Klum issue while VICE celebrated its Scratch & Sniff issue. Last night's parties were feeling hot-hot! More»
Not all fun parties are silly, but all silly parties are definitely fun. This timeless rule was proved yet again during Uncapped Live, presented by Vice Magazine and Vitaminwater at Detroit Bar in Costa Mesa. And while the "silly" that we usually associate with the OC trends more towards McMansions and surfer bros, judging from this party, there's no shortage of the good kind either. Let's illuminate the distinction and brush up on how to be the good "silly"... More»
NYC Nightlife is hot, but you could be left in the cold if you're underage. Luckily, there are ways to get around the law. All you need are the essentials: a convincing fake ID, the right bar, and the right attitude. As an "underager," I've done my fair share of sleuthing. More»
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.