If there’s one good thing about autumn (and winter) in NYC, it’s that hats are plentiful and the styles are limitless. Look chic while keeping warm, and think of it as the only accessory you need to wear. Don’t feel like doing your hair
Sure your birthday only comes once a year, but why shouldn’t every month be all about you? Subtly but proudly display your zodiac sign every day of the year with these astrologically-inspired statement pieces
THE ROOF 124 W 57th St New York NY10019 (212) 707-8008 Sometimes on date night you want to rise above it all. Take your sweetheart to The Roof at the top of Viceroy New York and you’ll be master and mistress of all you survey. You’ll signal your honey right off that you’re in on something, as you lead the way down an industrial hallway that ends with a private elevator
Battling a breakup? We’ve all been there and it’s not easy.
Over the weekend in NYC, Josh Lucas and Lynn Yaeger celebrated the 1920s at the 9th Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governor’s Island, Northside Festival kicked off with performances by Albert Hammond Jr.,
Over the week in Los Angeles, Rita Ora gave a special performance at Strauss Zelnick’s Take-Two E3 Kickoff Party, Candice Swanepoel, Paris Hilton, and Lydia Hearst attended the MAXIM Hot 100 Party, Women In Film hosted their 2014 Crystal + Lucy Awards honoring Cate Blanchett, Kerry Washington, and Rose Byrne and more!
Happy Birthday Mary-Kate and Ashley! Our favorite fashionable duo turn 28 today, so in honor of the ever-stylish twins, we’ve recreated a few of their looks. Click through to shop our favorite MK and A outfits and celebrate in style with them on their birthday.
Last night in NYC, Joseph Altuzarra, Taylor Tomasi Hill, and Leandra Medine attended the Matchesfashion.com x Altuzarra dinner at Sant Ambroeus SoHo, J.Crew held a 24-hour shop event for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund designer collections, Karlie Kloss stepped out for Make A Wish Foundation’s Annual Gala, and so much more.
With awesome headliners and perfect weather, this past weekend may have marked the best Governors Ball Music Festival to date.
Larry Clark’s “Billy Mann” 1963 A survey of works by Larry Clark will go on view this Saturday (today) at Luhring Augustine in Chelsea. “They thought i were but i aren’t anymore” spans Clark’s career from 1961 to the present, beginning with his early forays in photography.