Serendipity 3 is celebrating National Ice Cream Month with the world’s most decadent dessert
The same people who brought us frozen hot chocolate, have given us a new ($1,000) reason to be excited for National Ice Cream Month this year around. At Serendipity 3—the famed NYC dessert parlor that’s attracted A-list fans like Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol and Beyonce—a new standard has ... More
The new monochromatic store is serious interior design goals
A brand synonymous with modernism and classic luxury, TOM FORD has opened a new flagship store at 672 Madison Avenue, on the ground floor of the Carlton House. “The Manhattan store, opened in 2007, was the first TOM FORD store,” Tom Ford said of the brand’s previous New York ... More
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park is serving up a delicious (and totally picture perfect) five-course spread
Summer in the city—New York City, that is—is one of many things we love to hate. Subway stops can reach triple-digit temperatures and you’re guaranteed to show up to wherever you’re going with an added glow (re: sweat, lots and lots of sweat). But for every negative aspect of the ... More
Mark Birnbaum celebrated his 40th birthday with dinner at Catch followed by a star-studded bash at Tenjune where Fetty Wap and The Chainsmokers performed, presented by Absolut Elyx, Ace of Spades and Codigo Tequila
How Tito's Handmade Vodka will be helping to share the healing power of music at the NYC festival
There was a time when going to a music festival meant being completely consumed by music for the entire weekend, but as these events become bigger, better and more popular, the very concept of a music festival has evolved into a cultural exploration featuring food, art installations and beyond.
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The future cultural institution is slated for completion in 2019
At a sneak preview of The Shed, a 200,000-square-foot arts space currently being built at Hudson Yards, hard hats and reflective vests were the accessories of choice. While the $420 million complex has come a long way since its inception in 2005, when Michael Bloomberg rezoned the far West ... More
At global financial services firm BTIG’s annual Commissions for Charity Day—where big names act as guest traders—President Bill Clinton, Alex Rodriguez, Shaquille O'Neal, Mark Cuban and more showed up to raise over $4 million to be donated to various ...