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Iced Out New Yorkers Fête David Yurman's New SoHo Boutique

A slew of parties last night signaled the unofficial start of New York Fashion Week, while shows began today.

As always, the fall and winter collections will be shown in frigid weather, with stylistas struggling to stay upright in their stilettos when dashing from show to show. 136 more words

The Art World Circa 2015, As Explained By the Glory of Instagram

It’s possible that, today, the fine details of the jet-setting art scene have never been so thoroughly documented, dissected, discussed and devoured. And, no, it’s not a Sarah Thornton book that’s doing all the dirty work. 176 more words


Fashionable Holidays

Instagram is a tricky business. It deceives us to believe people have glamorous life in fancy filters. Even though we will never truly know if these people were having this much fun, they certainly made us wish we had been invited ;) 81 more words


Kid-Friendly KAWS Painting Sells for a Very Adult Price at the RxArt Annual Benefit

If there’s an ideal audience for the playful, cartoonish characters and rainbow of colors often featured in the work of Brian “KAWS” Donnelly, it’s inquisitive, art-loving children. 604 more words



In a society that reads TMZ more than the Times, emulating the likes of Lohan and Hilton, rather than Kelly and Hepburn, it is no wonder that we ask ourselves: What has happened to class? 439 more words

Creative Work

The Photogenic Come Out for the Opening of 'Picasso & the Camera' at Gagosian

Upon arriving at Gagosian Gallery’s West 21st Street location last night for the opening of “Picasso & the Camera,” curated by nonagenarian art historian and close Picasso confidant Sir John Richardson, I noticed that Gogo himself was standing right there by the door, greeting friends, as if this were some mom and pop operation and not a undeniable blockbuster at the soaring epicenter of the art world’s reigning empire. 869 more words

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