The Williamsburg restaurant boasts a new menu addition inspired by Quentin Tarantino
Founded 95 years ago in Rome, Italian restaurant Antica Pesa is celebrating its 5th anniversary in Williamsburg next week. The celeb hot-spot has been visited by A-listers like Madonna, Lionel Richie, Bono, Mick Jagger, Bette Midler, Bon Jovi and many more.
To commemorate this achievement, a special sausage ... More
The Bass celebrates its expansion with several solo exhibitions and a new ‘creativity center’
With a snappy new name, the Bass, née the Bass Museum of Art, will unveil its $12 million expansion on October 8. Led by Arata Isozaki protégé David Gauld, the additions include a “creativity center” and multimedia lab, a café and four new galleries. “A museum-going experience ... More
The designer who decorated the White House for the Obamas gives us his top spots in L.A.
Michael S. Smith is one of the most decorated names in interior design, so it’s no surprise that when the Obamas were in the White House, they tapped him to redesign their private quarters. Now that the Obamas have transitioned to civilian life, we are sure the former first family ... More
Meet two new brands out of Houston, Chris Gramer and Mirth, who keep it in the family
Two new Houston apparel brands are serving up comfort-friendly fashion with a side of sibling rivalry; Chris Gramer, the brainchild of three sisters who left corporate jobs, will launch this fall with a line of structural, draped designs made with super-soft crepe fabric. “Everyone should consider asymmetry,” ... More
The event raised $2.6 million for the fashion-forward dance company
Ballet and fashion, as art forms and fodder for fairytale and fantasy, have always gotten along like a house on fire. On Friday, that house was the David Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, which hosted some of both industries’ brightest stars for the New York City Ballet Fall Fashion Gala. ... More
The actress talked with DuJour Publisher Jason Binn about her upcoming Broadway debut
Posing for photos alongside her Fall cover of DuJour, actress Uma Thurman was dressed in a chic black suit on the evening of Sept. 25 at the Magic Hour rooftop at the newly opened Moxy Hotel.
She spoke to DuJour publisher Jason Binn about her upcoming Broadway debut in The Parisian Woman.“I couldn’t possibly be more excited. ... More
See Jay-Z, Foster the People and NAS at The Meadows this weekend for your last festival-fix before summer ends
Before fall officially hits, the music buffs of New York need one more festival to get them through the end of summer. The Meadows Music and Arts Festival will be celebrating its second year at Citi Field in Queens this weekend and have set out to impress.
The ... More
The boutique barre studio sits around the corner from the neighborhood’s trendiest hotels
The Bar Method, a cult favorite for ballet-based boutique workout classes, recently opened its first-ever Williamsburg location. The studio already has over 100 locations and is currently celebrating its 16th anniversary. Already available to Brooklynites in Cobble Hill, this location brings the popular classes to a completely new ... More
The young brand proves that progressive Mexican fashion is on the rise
Earlier this summer, DuJour reported on the rise of progressive fashion in Mexico City, a scene ripe with creativity and increasingly courting the attention of U.S. buyers. Perhaps no designer captures Mexico City’s inherently alternative sensibilities better than 25-year-old Victor Barragán, whose SS18 showing last night ... More