“I met the boys who were sweet, eager, goofy, charismatic, and not much older than many of you in this room.” Cathy Horyn began, “Later I visited the boys in their studio in Chinatown.” She was, of course, referring to Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the dynamic designing duo behind Proenza Schouler. The two Read More
Besides sponsoring the PUNK: Chaos to Couture Met Gala this year, the Moda Operandi girls are playing their cards right in going one step beyond providing clothes via the internet for the well-heeled masses with massive bank accounts. SCENE caught up with Moda’s Director of Ready-to-Wear, Indre Rockefeller at Prince Harry’s Sentebale Royal Salute Polo Read More
Last Tuesday night, on the seventh floor of Bergdorf Goodman, NYC’s leading event designer David Stark not only launched his new book, The Art of the Party, but also launched his signature paper décor line, sold exclusively at Bergdorf Goodman. Linda Fargo, Lizzie Tisch and other guests sipped cocktails and enjoyed the sounds of Avalon Jazz Band while Read More
It comes as no surprise that Kate Moss is announced as St. Tropez‘s er the ultimate self-tanner’s new face—and body. The beauty, and the product make being in-the-nude fashion’s hottest trend.
What does it take to get a drink in this town? Just good taste and some insider knowledge, if Rogue & Canon co-owners Johnny Swet and Larry Poston have something to say about it. Together, the pair has opened two venues this year: the swanky Cole’s in Greenwich Village and its more rugged older brother, Read More
If you are like us, then you know what a bad case of the winter blues can do to a Scenester. With Spring teasing us with its fickle weather, now more than ever, we need an extra dose of vitamin D before we officially kick off the summer. After all, there’s nothing like being the first Read More
In what seems like a love affair with nostalgia, the social scene having been bitten by Jazz Age fever, the annual Whitney Art Party, held at Skylight at Moynihan Station, brought us right back to 2013. This rite of spring, always the nexus of art, fashion and entertainment, did not disappoint.
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Just over 20 years ago, before social media made every hidden gem old news in a matter of days, word about openings used to begin with a quiet buzz and spread through the word of influential New Yorkers. Now, one or two places like Waverly Inn or Bohemia have managed to stem the tide with an unlisted number or a preview policy, but then the cognoscenti would whisper about it and try to keep the news under wraps for a month or two at least before columnists began positioning themselves at tables and dropping items. Read More
What made you decide to pursue a career as an interior designer? I always thought I’d be an architect. When I was in grade school and other kids were outside playing, I was drawing houses on graph paper. I spent four years in college at the University of Minnesota studying it, but eventually found my Read More