Rafael Vinoly’s 432 park avenue to become the tallest building in the hemisphere…Rafael Vinoly has designed a landmark for the manhattan skyline with 432 park avenue, a 1396 foot tall tower slated to become t
MoMA PS1 announced last week a major component of EXPO 1: New York, entitled Rain Room (2012), which opened presented at The Museum of Modern Art, on May 12 through July 28, 2013. A large-scale environment by Random
An angle. An “L” shaped volume positioned slightly higher than ground level about 80 meters above in a tower facing south-west of Tel Aviv, visually reaching like a proof of joint the sinuous coastline of the
Shrugging off wind and rain, a gaggle of flappers and their male counterparts shimmied their way up the red carpet for the screening of “The Great Gatsby” on the opening night of the Cannes Film Festival. The crowd r
Last night, nearly 400 people gathered at the Gotham Ballroom on 36th Street in Manhattan for a fundraiser to benefit the Pelé Little Prince Research Institute, established by Pelé himself. The foundation is currently
“I like large parties. They’re so intimate.” – Jordan Baker, “The Great Gatsby” One could argue that few fashion items are more intimate than a party dress, particularly when the soiree is fancy
The exhibition, Punk and Caos at the MET will feature approximately 100 designs for men and women. Original punk garments from the mid-1970s will be juxtaposed with recent, directional fashion to illustrate how haute c
Carine Roitfeld’s second editorial as global fashion director of Harper’s Bazaar came out today, and features Kate Upton, baby monkeys and tiger cubs.
Heidi Lender once reported on the fashion universe for national magazines, writing features and styling photo shoots. The gallery in this post is dedicated to all superwomen in the world.
Lula X amFAR curated by Carine Roitfeld Always dramatic, the Cannes Film Festival annual amfAR auction plays host to designer pieces, and is one of the hottest tickets during the festival. The 2013 edition is base
This week , New York promised to be one of the most exciting weeks in the art world calendar. The strength and depth o the art events throughout the city, demonstrates the importance of New York as an art center.’
It is an 80-block walk, give or take, from 315 Bowery, that long-ago home of CBGB and New York punk’s spiritual stomping grounds, to the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. But attendees at the Costume Institute g
Emilio Pucci (1914-1992) had a passion for women, a visionary sense of style, and an eye for color and design. With these talents he created a fashion house unlike any other. By the early ’50s his boutique on the isle