When summertime hits, most vacationers cordon off a two-week spot of iCal and head to the beach with a bevvy of friends, a cooler of beer, and a barbecue ready for so many burgers and dogs. Sure, that makes for a great time, but then they have to return to work sunburned, hungover, and bloated from all the nitrites. This summer, treat yourself right with a solo ticket to a state of bliss.
If there’s anything we can profess to know about Talia, it’s that the honorary Cover Girl would not want a world of beauty devotees mourning her loss. She’d want us to cue up a makeup tutorial and learn how to paint our lids like a sunset.
In light of some past Marchesa mash-ups, a makeup brand collaboration makes a lot of sense. This time, the collaboration in question isn’t meant to showcase the house’s work on some industry pedestal, quite the opposite actually. It’s bringing couture to your local CVS.
Fashion week may be all about impossible-to-score invites and the impenetrable front row, but with the just-opened Anya Hindmarch boutique, you can get some of the action right in the crook of your arm.
Summer styling can be a tough one, especially when you work in an aggressively air-conditioned office and don’t just frolic around festivals or spend three months stringing one fabulous vacashe into the next. Here’s the cold, hard truth: we don’t shop every day, either. What we really do is pick a few solid items that’ll carry us through all season and — gasp, the horror — maybe even beyond.
It’s a wonder we even managed to watch TV in the last week, what with the Carlos Danger name generator being born and, oh yeah, that tiny human bursting forth from Kate Middleton’s insanely fashionable womb.
Yesterday we brought the tragic news that Paula Deen would be immortalized in a comic book having nothing to do with the super powers of butter, but as a heroine of female empowerment.
You shouldn’t throw stones from a glass house, you know that one. But what does one do with a market of glass? Chef Manny Elmaleh serves up Italian antipasti and small plates with a fresh focus at SBE’s latest, Mercato di Vetro. A buzz-building campaign painted the place as a…
Your lunch can live la vida local now that Esperanto (only your fave Latin fare in the East Village) launches a mid-day prix fixe ($10.99). Indulge in weekday specials like quesadilla polano, pinchos de carne (think satay from brazil) or a chorizo sandwich with goat cheese, that come with fries…
Sip on classics like jasmine green tea from owners Nicky Dawda and Kiley Holliday’s hand-blended (fair labor and organic) line, l’Age de The.