When news broke yesterday that legendary West Village eatery Da Silvano shut their doors for the very last time after over 40 years, we, like many New Yorkers, were devastated.
Do you have that one friend who’s always making fancy cocktails for your get-togethers and acts way above cheap beer or boxed wine? You’ve probably got yourself a wannabe bartender.
Basel-ed out? Well, no time for rest. We’ve got a prime lineup this week, from an intimate evening celebrating Marina Abramovic’s 70th birthday to our own holiday shindig, we’ll have you out into the wee hours
Wandering around an 80,000-square-foot warehouse in Bushwick certainly doesn’t sound like the official start of New York Fashion Week, but these days, the style set do things a little differently. On Thursday night, Refinery29 launched their 2nd annual 29Rooms installation, an interactive playground-slash-party that brought together innovators in the fields of fashion, art, and technology in order to create a funhouse with purpose – not to mention infinite moments for the ‘gram. This year’s theme, “Powered by People,” seemed more relevant than ever in the current landscape of not just fashion, but society as a whole.
Didn’t your mother ever tell you that nothing good ever happens after 2 in the morning? Well, in the city that never sleeps, the ONLY good things happen after the clock strikes midnight. There is no time for a Cinderella wannabe fairy tale here, go check out these alternatives to the basic NYC after hours hangouts
Vincent Luigi Molino/ Flickr Meryl Streep might be helping make the medicine go down very soon. The incredible actress, who has as many Oscars and Golden Globes as a decorated war vet, is in talks to join Disney’s upcoming Mary Poppins sequel,
Fashion week after colorful fashion week, but let’s be honest—we’re always back to black! It’s never failed us when we need a stylish, pulled-together, effortless look. So here are 5 versatile black items to take you from winter to spring
This past weekend, thousands flocked down to Austin, Texas (a.k.a. the capital of weird) to take part in the SXSW Interactive and film festivities. Of course, we were out on the street – and hitting up parties – on the lookout for the coolest festivalgoers and their outfits