The sprawling Manhattan studio of the world's most famous—and most expensive—artist seems like an enchanted place, thanks to the million-dollar decor and a phalanx of assiduous attendants. But, as Jeff Koons reveals, making all that magic isn't easy
To hear him tell it, Jeff Koons keeps the hours of an average businessman. “I’m here Monday through Friday, nine to five,” he says, shrugging, as if the operation he runs out of a former warehouse on Manhattan’s far west side were some ho-hum insurance office and not an extraordinary, ... More
The Italian luxury house goes big for the annual fundraiser
Who doesn’t love dinner and a show?
Presented by Max Mara, the National YoungArts Foundation’s Backyard Ball brought some heavy hitters (and dancers, singers and musicians) to the stage on Saturday, January 9. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house after Rosie Perez’s acceptance speech for the 2016 Arison ... More
A world-class collection of vintage and modern work finds its ideal setting
As you enter the Park Avenue apartment of Gary and Sarah Wolkowitz, it’s almost impossible to imagine that the couple once surrounded themselves with oversize pop art and color-field paintings by the likes of Andy Warhol and Kenneth Noland. Of course, that was back in the 1970s, in ... More
DuJour CEO and founder Jason Binn—joined by JP Oliver, Hilary Swank, Ruben Torres, Bruce Weber, Nan Bush and more—hosted an annual kickoff party at the Delano hotel, presented by Blackberry PRIV and 50 Bleu