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
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
Is bridging the generation gap between the accomplished and the contemporary the new formula for a successful and lasting New York hot spot? According to the co-owners of Cole’s, the new West Village restaurant situated opposite of Jackson Square Park, that may be exactly what it takes these days. Read More
It’s always fun to Skype with the charismatic Sir Richard Branson, especially in the exotic, yet preppy vaulted rooms of The Explorer’s Club—but things turned serious with Peggy Siegal’s special screening of National Geographic’s Battle for the Elephants, writer/producer/director John Heminway’s eye-opening, in-depth investigation into the slaughter of African elephants in the wild (their numbers Read More
Want to see melodic, melancholic Canadian twins Tegan and Sara, who just released their new album Heartthrob, in concert? Easy peasy. Just be the first one to answer this T and S trivia question and I will bestow you with two tickets to their big show at the Beacon Theater on February 19th. Read More
Peggy Siegal and HBO hosted the premiere of the documentary Life is But a Dream at the Ziegfeld Theater last night, where Angela Bassett, Arianna Huffington, Mamie Gummer, June Ambrose, Russell Simmons and Annabelle Dexter-Jones all turned up for a first look at the Beyoncé produced movie by Beyoncé, about Beyoncé. Read More
Last night, The Daily Front Row toasted it’s ten year anniversary at Indochine (the fashion world club house, bien-sur) and simply everyone in fashion was there: Dennis Basso, Fern Mallis, Mary Alice Stephenson, Alvin Valley, Graydon and Anna Carter (with son Ash), Brian Wolk and Claude Morais of Ruffian, Carine Roitfeld, Nicole Miller, Doru Olowu Read More
Fashion Week is upon us, Scenesters! And though its official start is today, the unofficial launch party took place last night, at Pier 57, where crowds gathered to celebrate Prabal Gurung‘s collection for Target with a carnival-themed party. Carousels, stilt walkers, cotton candy, fortune tellers, concerts, endless games and food trucks—to say the party was over-the-top would be an understatement. Read More
Sunday night’s Golden Globes were all about statements, both verbal and in garb; from Jodi Fosters’ coming-out (again?) speech to Emily Blunt’s magnificent Michael Kors gown, everyone had something to say.
A beauty in blush, Kerry Washington’s sheer and embroidered Miu Miu dress was the highlight of the evening.
The Hunger Games heroine, Jennifer Lawrence Read More