Friday, April 21st - Sunday, May 21st As an ode to cocktails from some of New York City's best bars and mixologists, The Doughnut Project is preparing to set tastebuds ablaze with a 5-week "Cocktail Series", starting this Friday, April 21st at their 10 Morton Street location. Through the course of the series, five limited edition doughnuts will be released per week, from Friday to Sunday. Although not straying from their normal hand-crafted yeast-raised dough, it's the glazes
Sid Lee Collective Harnesses the Power of Creativity as a Weapon to Protect Civil Liberties in Provocative Art Exhibit Beyond just an event that will add to New York’s bustling art scene, "Refuge" stimulates conversation around protecting civil liberties.
NEW YORK, March 16, 2017 – Using synergistic-creativity as a catalyst, Sid Lee Collective is hosting an inspiring SoHo art exhibition called "Refuge”, open to the public on Saturday, March 25th. Orchestrated by twelve arti
How NY inspired and changed the life of artist Chagall. Please join us for a conversation between Bella Meyer, Marc Chagall’s granddaughter, and Nathalie Bondil, Director General and Chief Curator of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Bella Meyer and Nathalie Bondil will share how New York inspired and changed Chagall’s life, and also provide an overview of the exhibition "Chagall: Colour and Music" currently viewable at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Talk about chic. When I first laid eyes on Tenoverten’s Tribeca location, I didn’t know what to make of it. This is a nail salon? It certainly doesn’t look like it. With upholstered love-seats that will put your somber neighborhood salon’s beat-up faux leather massage chairs to shame, Tenoverten’s clean use of decor not only makes the space feel airy, but tranquil and bright. 2. Paintbox
One word “photobooth”. Well I guess that’s technically two words? But y
We sat down with owner of Heritage Hair NYC, Melinda Bouldin, to learn about her journey in the beauty industry and what inspired her to open up her own hair salon.
What’s your background? Training, hair study etc? NYC bred, any other roots that molded you? I’ve been in the hair business for 12 years. I graduated at LIBS and worked under some of the most prominent hairstylist of today. I love New York because it such a diverse city. Being a native New Yorker, gives me the
This season, men’s hair fashion takes its cues from the 1950s but with a decidedly more tousled touch. The most popular look starts with a low mid fade that removes the weight, but keeps the top long and thick. With the right styling product, the top is shaped but gently mussed. The overall effect is that the volume (and the lusciousness) is maintained, resulting in a look that is clean but not rigid.
For guys with even more volume to play with, another option is to go with
We got to chill with the cool kids of indie-pop band Misterwives, after their private performance at Kipling’s “Make Happy” event on Wednesday April 8th, at Lightbox.
The campaign was launched by the cheerful bag brand to inspire the desire to do kind deeds for others and ignite a feel-good attitude while having a blast — what better way!
Hanging with the Kipling team is always a pleasure, but seeing Misterwives perform live [for the 1st time] was a real treat. Not to men