Look, we get it. We know. It fucking sucks getting dressed in the beginning of your second trimester. Because you don't look pregnant yet—you just look thick in the middle. You've outgrown some of your regular wardrobe, but you're not big enough for maternity clothes (most of which aren't cute anyway). It makes…
Yesterday was a big day for artist Yayoi Kusama. First up was the window unveil of her collaboration with Louis Vuitton at its flagship store on Fifth Avenue. Later, she was feted at the opening of her retrospective at the Whitney Museum.
The New York City art scene is a melting pot of downtown artists, uptown patrons, nightlife characters, established media figures, and lots and lots of money—both old and new. Despite the vastly different backgrounds and social standings, they all share a passion for creativity and offbeat self-expression.
The Fifi Awards—held last night in NYC—are the "Oscars" of the fragrance industry. So we guess that makes Chaka Khan the Sally Kirkland of its red carpet.
Last night, New York's upper crust donned ballgowns and tuxes for what is many a socialite's favorite cause: Operation Smile, the nonprofit organization that provides cleft lip and palate repair surgeries to kids around the world. It was a Trump-heavy event, which included the whole family and a bunch of beauty queens…
Last night, Parsons 2012 Annual Fashion Benefit honored designer Donna Karan for helping "shape contemporary culture." Unfortunately, for her big night, Karan had to walk the red carpet wearing a knee brace—but that didn't excuse what she put on the rest of her body.
Vanity Fair held a party for the Tribeca Film Festival at the State Supreme Courthouse, so it only makes sense that Judge Judith Sheindlin would shine in her element.
Last night, the New York Academy of Art held the 2012 Tribeca Ball, which honored Robert DeNiro. While the party traditionally enjoys an interesting turnout—a mix of celebrities, socialites, and U.S. presidents—this year, attendees had very different interpretations of the dress code for a ball.
Last night, Cartier previewed its "New York City in the '70s" exhibition and held an after party attended by European princesses and America's royal couple, Jay-Z and Beyoncé. For an event thrown by the infamous jewelers, there wasn't much bling.
Last night, Vogue and Tod's hosted a party for the release of the photography book American Beauty by socialite photographer Claiborne Swanson Frank. In attendance were a lot of wealthy, important people that you probably won't recognize.