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Ivy Pascual

Research Editor

Bio:

Ivy Pascual is DuJour magazine’s chief research editor. Prior to joining the staff in 2012, she was a freelance reporter at InStyle and a graduate of Syracuse University. She loves testing out fancy beauty products, HGTV and stealing cuddles from her Bichon named Coconut. 

Recent Articles
  • Where The Fashion Flock Goes

    Where The Fashion Flock Goes

    Olivier Theyskens, DVF and more designers share their favorite not-so-hidden gems in New York City's Meatpacking District

    Not many neighborhoods in New York receive the kind of love and attention as the Meatpacking District. Home to the High Line and future location of the Whitney Museum, the once desolate meat market is now ... More

  • 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Dennis Hopper

    5 Things You Didn’t Know About Dennis Hopper

    A new biography by Tom Folsom reveals secrets about the Easy Rider

    Dennis Hopper was one of Hollywood's original bad boys. Known for playing a misfit outlaw in films like Easy Rider and Rebel Without a Cause, he was also the only one among his famously wild friends – James Dean, Elvis Presley, Natalie Wood – to ... More

  • Passion + Transmission : Now On Display

    Passion + Transmission : Now On Display

    Dolce & Gabbana and Sotheby's celebrate world-renowned street artists, like Jean-Michel Basquiat, in a new exhibit

    Fashion and art have a long history of collaboration, and so following tradition, Sotheby's opened its newest art installation on Tuesday night with a glamorous cocktail party co-hosted by Dolce & Gabbana. The exhibit, Passion + Transmission: International Contemporary Art From the CAP Collection, on display at the auction house's ... More

  • What Are The Coolest New York Homes?

    What Are The Coolest New York Homes?

    From historical landmarks to a reality TV star's home, these choices might surprise you.

    New York City is home to many of the world’s finest things, including some of the most innovative, over-the-top homes. And so, real estate agents at Manhattan brokerage firm Douglas Elliman, who count Google amongst their clients, have seen just about everything. At the company’s annual awards dinner on ... More

  • Dinner With The Tuccis

    Dinner With The Tuccis

    Stanley Tucci’s Italian-inspired cookbook was a family affair

    Dark wood tables and exposed brick walls created a warm, inviting atmosphere at the Soho House in New York City on Tuesday night, where chefs Andrea Cavaliere and German Lucarelli served up Stanley Tucci’s favorite recipes.  “We are eating very well tonight because of my family,” the Hunger Games ... More

  • Jimmy Choo and DKMS Unite Against Blood Cancer

    Jimmy Choo and DKMS Unite Against Blood Cancer

    The luxury brand helps celebrate the gift of life at a special event on Dec. 12

    On Dec. 12, iconic luxury brand Jimmy Choo and founder Katharina Harf of DKMS Delete Blood Cancer, the world's largest bone marrow center gathered 250 guests inside the New Museum's panoramic Sky Room to celebrate the gift of life. "When a donor donates ... More

  • Jimmy Choo and DKMS Unite Against Blood Cancer

    Jimmy Choo and DKMS Unite Against Blood Cancer

    The luxury brand helps celebrate the gift of life at a special event on Dec. 12

    On Dec. 12, iconic luxury brand Jimmy Choo and founder Katharina Harf of DKMS Delete Blood Cancer, the world's largest bone marrow center gathered 250 guests inside the New Museum's panoramic Sky Room to celebrate the gift of life. "When a donor donates ... More

  • New York City Opera Throws A Broadway Ball

    New York City Opera Throws A Broadway Ball

    “The People’s Opera” celebrated American musical theater with a special benefit night of performances and dancing on Nov. 29

    It was a night of live jazz, stirring vocal performances and lots of dancing when the New York City Opera threw a Broadway Ball inside the art deco-inspired Edison Ballroom on November 29. Some of the company’s rising stars—Lauren Worsham, Audrey Babcok, Kyle Bielfield and Tobias Greenhalgh—performed Broadway ... More

  • “If You Could Change One Thing in History, What Would It Be?”

    “If You Could Change One Thing in History, What Would It Be?”

    The answer could lead to a better future, believes the nonprofit Facing History and Ourselves, which hosted a Nov. 27 benefit

    "IF YOU COULD CHANGE ONE THING IN HISTORY, WHAT WOULD IT BE?”   Posing provocative, thought-provoking questions are just one of the ways that nonprofit group Facing History and Ourselves (FHAO), a global teaching organization, tries to educate middle- and high-school students worldwide. At Facing History's 19th annual benefit dinner on ... More

  • A Hurricane Sandy Relief Party at The Standard

    A Hurricane Sandy Relief Party at The Standard

    The fashion and art worlds joined forces on November 17 to raise money for victims of the storm

    So much was lost after Hurricane Sandy slammed New York City and devastated the Rockaways and Staten Island, but on the evening of November 17, the lights shined bright at the Top of the Standard as Opening Ceremony and MoMA PS1 art director Klaus Beisenbach teamed up for one ... More