Here are four of the latest restaurants hoping to make their mark in this one-of-a-kind city, all open and ready for you to sip, sup, and savor.
Visitors to Las Vegas next week have the chance to see some of the greatest entertainment on the planet. Here are a few suggestions for those looking for a fun night out.
It will run from Friday, December 16 through Sunday, December 18 at its new location at the 69th Regiment Armory, located at 68 Lexington Avenue.
This vibrant metropolis seems to debut a new restaurant, show or sightseeing attraction every time you blink. Here are just a few of them.
Summertime in the Big Apple means you can bask in (and sometimes bake in) the sort of sizzling entertainment that simply can’t be experienced anyplace else in the world.
Whether you’ve spent a long day walking a trade show floor or standing in the middle of a store, you’ll be ready to end the workday at these remarkably relaxing spots for drinking, dining, and de-stressing!
In collaboration with notable menswear writer James Sherwood, this archive book commemorates the British brand’s 130-year history.
In honor of Gay Pride Month, UJA will host a special evening at the Jewish Museum on Tuesday, June 28 in conjunction with its current exhibition, Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History.
Tickets are now available for MADE LA, the two-day fashion, music and cultural event in Los Angeles founded by the organizer of New York’s MADE Fashion Week.
Snag a bargain this Friday and Saturday at The Hill-Side sample sale at Westerlind Showroom in New York, located on the second floor of 194 Elizabeth Street in SoHo.
Famed photographer Steve Schapiro has released his new book, Bowie: Photographs by Steve Schapiro, a 104-page tome dedicated to the late musician and fashion icon.
Head to LOOT: MAD About Jewelry, the Museum of Arts and Design’s annual exhibition and sale featuring designs from more than 40 international jewelry artists, which will take place from April 12 through 16.
Actor and Tie the Knot co-founder Jesse Tyler Ferguson will be honored with the Theatre Artist Award at Theatre Forward’s Chairman’s Awards Gala, to be held at the Pierre Hotel on Monday, April 11.
Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715–2015, which will explore the history of men’s fashionable dress from the eighteenth century to the present, will run at Los Angeles County Museum of Art from April 10 through August 21.
Swiss luxury watch brand Jaeger-LeCoultre is becoming a partner of “Chaplin’s World,” the new museum celebrating the film director and actor’s life located at Manoir de Ban, Chaplin’s former home, in Switzerland.
On Thursday, March 17, Billy Reid and Newport Folk Festival hosted Austin Shindig No. 6 during the annual SXSW festival at Weather Up in Austin.
The Morgan Library’s retrospective focuses on Andy Warhol’s career as a book artist, spotlighting more than 130 objects dating from the artist’s student days, his years as a commercial artist, and his photographs.
Published by HarperCollins, this 176 page book delivers menswear designer Mark McNairy’s unadulterated take on men’s style, manners, and life and how to live it with his usual candor and wry wit.
We know how busy all of you will be walking the trade shows and schmoozing with friends and colleagues while visiting Las Vegas. But if you have an extra day to spare, or even an extra hour, here are five fun ways to pass the time, both on and off the strip.
Whether it’s your first time in Las Vegas or your 40th, there’s always someplace new! For those jet-setting souls traveling to this season’s trade shows, here are three salivating suggestions to enhance your latest trip.
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