The celebrated designer reflects on her career, philanthropy, and Gigi Hadid
Last week, Pamella DeVos (the Michigan-born designer better known as Pamella Roland) was honored at the 62nd Annual Gold Coast Fashion Award Show in Chicago, taking home the evening’s top prize: the Children’s Service Board Award of Excellence. This is the second time the designer has been recognized by ... More
Joe Scarborough, Melissa Joan Hart and Tony Goldwyn came out to support Americares
This past weekend, the 30th annual Americares Airlift Benefit took place at the Westchester County Airport. Americares is a “nonprofit disaster relief and global health organization” that annually assists over 90 countries and every single state in the U.S. by providing more than $600 million in health programs and ... More
The lavish corner office was once the ultimate perk but today walls are being traded for transparency
When Jack Welch ruled over General Electric, he did it from up high. His 53rd-floor office offered expansive views of Central Park and Roosevelt Island, and left no question who was steering the ship. But these days, the ... More
The woman behind New York Comedy Festival reflects on her career, Carson, and not telling jokes
There’s something very intimate about stand-up comedy. One lone soul takes the stage, armed at most with a bottle of water or a beer and at the very least, a microphone and a litany of observations that they hope will fill the room with raucous laughter.
The fanfare around this quirky ... More
100 percent of the proceeds from this cocktail go towards earthquake relief efforts in Mexico City
In the wake of Mexico’s 8.2 magnitude and 7.1 magnitude earthquakes—both of which have left Mexico City and many parts of the country in devastating conditions—New York City’s Sir Henri Penthouse atop Hotel Henri is helping to support to Save the Children Mexico.
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The designer made a pledge to Save the Children and has debuted a corresponding collection with NET-A-PORTER and Bergdorf Goodman
Following a July 2017 trip to Turkana, Kenya, designer Gabriela Hearst has pledged to raise awareness and funds for the ongoing food crisis, which has depleted the area’s resources since 2011.
After joining Carolyn Miles, the President and CEO of Save the Children, on this trip, Hearst has ... More
In the wake of Hurricane Maria, here are some ways to help those in need
We at DuJour celebrate luxury, but we know that in the wake of disaster, the greatest luxuries can be the most basic necessities, like power, shelter, nutrition and water. These are just some of the things that 3.4 million Puerto Ricans have been left without in the aftermath of More
Investigative journalist Melissa del Bosque covers a story of drugs, power and downfall set within the world of race tracks
It was late October 2009, and still four months away from the Zetas’ declaration of war against the Gulf Cartel. But Miguel was someone who always planned ahead. For the last two years he’d been investing in quarter horse racing, which not only indulged his passion but was also a ... More
Following his return from North Korea, Dennis Rodman gives a candid interview to DuJour about his travels
North Korea is always a controversial subject—and so is Dennis Rodman. When the former basketball player and reality star went to visit the country on a trip sponsored by marijuana currency company potcoin.com, onlookers were left scratching their heads.
DuJour sat down with Rodman immediately following his return from the country ... More
Christopher Forbes brings with him an all-new artistic interpretation
In 1975, freshly minted Princeton grad Christopher Forbes organized an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He was 24, and already selling ads for his father Malcolm, publisher of Forbes magazine. “I wrote a catalog instead of a regular paper for my senior thesis and the Metropolitan Museum asked ... More