A boutique fitness studio—The Fhitting Room—which opened its Upper East Side doors just a couple of months ago—isn’t what you’d expect. Or, at least, what I was expecting. Two of my most fashionable and fit girlfriends had recently turned me onto a work-out kick. Together we went to all of the trendy fitness classes, Read More
I recently bought a “drug rug” which is what those Baja blanket hoodies worn by Spicoli in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, are called by pot-smoking Dead Heads. But it’s itchy and pills and the dye ruined a Thom Browne button down. So just when I thought I would abandon my boarding school throwback look, Read More
I haven’t been involved in a disco party blowout in a long time, but when my dear friend Marjorie Gubelmann, a.k.a. “DJ Mad Marj,” asks anything, my answer is always yes. Gubelmann and I, along with co-hosts Mickey Boardman, Nate Berkus, Simon Huck, Tory Burch and Vanessa Getty, threw a “Spring Fling” at the Tribeca Read More
Tina Craig started her blog, Bag Snob, back in 2005, offering analytical reviews of high-end accessories. Since then the site has grown to include six different web properties and partners with brands like Net-a-porter and Shopbop. Read More
A fixture on the social scene, Waris Alhuwalia is a man of many talents. His line of jewelry, House of Waris, was picked up by Barney’s and he has appeared in several of Wes Anderson’s films, including The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, Darjeeling Limited and the short Hotel Chevalier.
Who has influenced your sense Read More
These Twitter winners have won the hearts of the city, and have the numbers to prove it. This month, we list the New Yorkers with the most followers.
Here’s who made the cut.
When he’s not styling pals like Lindsay Lohan and Leighton Meester, J. Logan Horne can usually be seen making the rounds on the party circuit with models and actresses in tow. He counts supermodel Jessica Stam, Katy Perry and Harley Viera Newton as friends, all of whom can be spotted on his popular Instagram feed. Read More
Ernest hemingway is often said to be the paramount chronicler of the prohibition era. There is no doubt that the martini-loving man’s-man would have found more than one fond word to pen about the midtown restaurant, Bill’s Food & Drink, had he the opportunity to pull up a stool at the townhouse bar.
The 54th street eatery was previously the home to the original Bill’s Gay Nineties from 1924 until Crown Group Hospitality took it over in 2012. Read More
We catch up with our favorite style-setters to get the low-down what’s trending and who they look to for inspiration.
Who has influenced your sense of style and taste the most?
I have always liked the same things: utilitarian style, leather, stripes and denim. That’s how I dress now and I think it stems from Read More
This year has been an exciting one for the Intermix CCO. First, the acquisition of Intermix by Gap for a cool $130 million, followed by the new boutique opening on Bowery and finally, the 20th anniversary of the first store! Here, we chat up the co-founder who started it all. Read More