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Jessica Khorsandi

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Jessica Khorsandi is a writer, aspiring novelist and self-proclaimed foodie and news junkie. A born and raised New Yorker and native of Long Island, she graduated from New York University with a degree in Journalism.

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    • Balmain’s New Kids Line Is Inspired by North West

      Balmain’s New Kids Line Is Inspired by North West

      If your child is going to be uber-stylish, you may as well go all in

      Kids of the world can now take a page from North West’s stylebook thanks to Balmain’s new children’s collection. The trendsetting toddler (whose outfits are frequently layered with custom Balmain jackets) was Creative Director Olivier Rousteing’s muse for the highly anticipated line set to hit stores in June. The 55-piece collection—for ... More

    • A Hot Miami Home

      A Hot Miami Home

      Casa Bahia—developed by Alejandro Landes—features cantilevered balconies, hanging columns, a floating staircase and more

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    • Vintage Photos of Silver Screen Icons at the Oscars

      Vintage Photos of Silver Screen Icons at the Oscars

      Old Hollywood glamour at its finest

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    • Oprah Winfrey Made $12 Million from 1 Tweet

      Oprah Winfrey Made $12 Million from 1 Tweet

      A tweet about bread…

      Who says only the Kardashians of the world profit from the Twitterverse? Winfrey (ever the diligent Weight Watchers spokeswoman) took to Twitter on Tuesday to share a video about her weight-loss journey with the company. The 30-second clip—captioned “Eat bread. Lose weight. Whaaatttt? #ComeJoinMe”—portrays an enthusiastic Winfrey proclaiming her love ... More

    • An Invite-Only Dating App for the Elite

      An Invite-Only Dating App for the Elite

      Veteran matchmaker Samantha Daniels dishes on playing cupid for the ultra-wealthy

      Relationships have always been a huge part of Samantha Daniels’ career, but she hasn’t always been a matchmaker.  “I used to be a divorce attorney,” she says. “I was helping couples break apart, which didn’t feel like a happy place.” Finding more fulfillment building relationships for her friends, Daniels started her own ... More

    • How to Create a Celebrity-Approved Nightclub

      How to Create a Celebrity-Approved Nightclub

      New York's king of nightlife shares five foolproof tips

      Scroll through Jon Bakhshi’s Instagram page and you’ll find a bevy of famous faces posing for snaps with the nightlife impresario. That’s because Bakhshi (or Jon B, as he’s often called) has a knack for creating the ultimate celebrity hotspots. Take Beautique, his most recent venue, for ... More

    • Oscars by the Numbers

      Oscars by the Numbers

      8 surprising facts about the biggest night in Hollywood

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    • Cover Your Computer in 24-Karat Gold Because…Why Not?

      Cover Your Computer in 24-Karat Gold Because…Why Not?

      Apple upgrade extraordinaire

      Goldgenie—a customization firm that’s gold-plated the likes of bicycles, golf clubs, racing bikes, watches and phone cases—is offering its Midas touch once again. The latest targets? New or used iMac or MacBook devices.  For a starting price of £8,000, the popular computers can be embellished ... More

    • Wes Gordon’s First Foray into Eyewear Is a Big Success

      Wes Gordon’s First Foray into Eyewear Is a Big Success

      The designer teamed up with Silhouette for a limited-edition collection of chic sunglasses

      New York-based designer Wes Gordon has tapped Austrian eyewear firm Silhouette to create a collection of versatile and ultra-light frames.  Wes Gordon for Silhouette features one signature style, based on the Silhouette Icon Titan Minimal Art, in four colors: nude brown, classic grey, classic green and ocean blue (Gordon’s favorite ... More

    • Feast Your Eyes on the World’s Sleekest Spacesuit

      Feast Your Eyes on the World’s Sleekest Spacesuit

      Y-3 and Virgin Galactic team up on high-fashion space apparel

      The future pilots of Virgin Galactic have a stylish new getup. That’s because the commercial spaceline—currently in development to bring tourists into space for $250,000 a head—teamed up with Y-3, a longstanding collaboration with Japanese design guru Yohji Yamamoto and Adidas, to create high-tech, futuristic flight suits ... More