The West Side Italian favorite unveils a more sophisticated version on the other side of town
As an Upper East Sider desperate for somewhere different to eat, Tuscan chef Cesare Casella did something most of us can't do: He opened a new restaurant. For years, Casella's casual trattoria Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto (at Amsterdam and 73rd Street) has offered a satisfying assortment of Italian small plates. While his ... More
On the 40th anniversary of Klute, the icon spoke about the film at a special benefit
At a special event marking the 40th(ish) anniversary of Klute, the 1971 thriller for which she won her first Academy Award, actress Jane Fonda revealed how close she came to not playing the iconic role of Bree the call girl. She confessed, ""After spending a week with prostitutes, I said, 'I ... More
These escapes — from Vail, Colorado to Mykonos, Greece — will delight the whole family
Many parents with younger kids resign themselves to spending their vacations at amusement parks and other childish locales, surrounded by adults dressed as cartoon characters and suffering through menus of chicken fingers and hot dogs. But now some of the most luxurious "grown up" destinations are specifically catering to savvy ... More
DuJour took a spin around the workout mecca's new retail concept
SoulCycle isn't just about sweating—now it's about sweating in style. The spin studio recently opened a lifestyle shop at their location on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Complete with listening stations (to hear the tunes on instructors' playlists), it sells the brand's signature bandanas (a ubiquitous sight in SoulCycle classes), as ... More
“I’ll win an Oscar one day, but I’m in no rush to get there."
Kellan Lutz has just returned from a getaway to Saint-Tropez in the south of France. It was a trip with all the trappings of a stereotypical celebrity vacation: yachts, sunbathing and a beautiful female companion (his girlfriend, Australian actress Sharni Vinson). But the 27-year-old Twilight actor is far more ... More
The decorator discusses her latest inspirations and new tome
“I never thought I’d use breasts as a decorative object,” says interior designer Kelly Wearstler, in reference to a recent decor scheme. “But it works when you have them in marble.” Of course, that’s Wearstler’s style in a nutshell: brazen, glamorous and cheekily over-the-top. The L.A.-based designer has made ... More
Take a peek at work from the five artists included in the annual photo exhibition
Hundreds of exciting art exhibits open each year, but there aren't many we're as perenially excited about as the Museum of Modern Art’s annual New Photography show.
The 2012 edition, the 27th in the series, opened this week and showcases the work of five photographers: New York’s Michele Abeles and Anne ... More