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13 Nov

Welcome To The Coco Club


Leaning in to the old adage that time is the greatest luxury, Chanel has created the Coco Club—a new space in New York for fans to unwind and pamper themselves, and to promote its new Boy∙Friend watch collection.
This Sunday, the luxury brand will be taking over the SoHo location of The Wing (a women-only work and social space) redesigning the already bright and feminine rooms in the French house’s traditional minimalist aesthetic. Luxe cream and black furniture adorned with the label’s interlocking “CC” logo are juxtaposed with vintage picture frames and trinkets, as well as the neon pink photo booths where guests will have their portraits taken for their club “passports.”

Riffing on traditional men’s social clubs,...
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31 Jan

Gigi And Bella Hadid Hit The Streets Of NYC To Protest Donald Trump’s Immigration Ban


Today, in response to Donald Trump's controversial and devastating immigration ban, hundreds rallied and marched for equality. Supermodels (and super humans) Gigi and Bella Hadid joined the #NoBanNoWall march in New York City to lend their voices to this important cause.

@GiGiHadid @bellahadid 💪 #NoBanNoWall
— billionvibes (@billionvibes) 2017년 1월 30일

Fellow marchers spotted Gigi and Bella and word of their enthusiastic participation spread quickly across Twitter.

January 29: Bella and Gigi at the #NoBanNoWall march in New York City. @bellahadid @GiGiHadid

— Hadid & Jenner News (@hadids_jenner) 2017년 1월 30일

Gigi and Bella Hadid at the #NoBanNoWall march in New York, January 29th.
— Gigi Hadid News (@GigiHadidsNews) 2017년 1월 30일

Yes to everything about this.

From Marie Claire

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5 Dec

The 100 Best Restaurants In America, According To OpenTable

OpenTable, the dining reservation service, has just released its list of the 100 best restaurants in America for 2016. The company analyzed more than 10 million reviews of more than 24,000 restaurants in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and came up with this list of "honorees." New York took top honors, with 13 honorees on the list, followed by California, with 12, and Virginia, with seven. In contrast to other "best of" lists, such as the World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards, this list is not ranked. And while established restaurants make up the majority of winners, several places that opened in 2016, such as Chicago's Oriole, made the list. American and French cuisines are the most popular, but...
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27 Oct

18 New York Foodies You Need To Follow On Instagram

In a city of never-ending menus and food trends, it can be hard to figure out the next best brunch spot, lunchtime haunt, or recipe to master. However, all those hours you spend sifting through the world of Instagram can actually result in more than just ogling of some serious #foodporn. In fact, it may be the best way to uncover new foodie finds. There's no doubt we're always looking to expand our palette and our ideas. And sometimes, the most interesting part of discovering the next best food shots are the stories behind the 'gram: While some folks dedicate their entire lives to the culinary craft, others simply have a passion for anything involving a kitchen, or put their focus...
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2 Jun

A Doughnut Crawl Through New York

Photo: Courtesy of Dough
It’s never been too hard to find a good doughnut in New York. There are the old stalwarts, like the famous Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, where they have been serving up classic glazed, sprinkled, and filled doughnuts of your dreams for decades. There are also more inventive doughnuts on the scene right now, like Doughnut Plant’s new savory yeast doughnuts and Dough’s hibiscus or gin and tonic flavors. On the complete other end of the spectrum from this humble snack’s beginnings, Manila Social Club has its $100, 24-karat gold leaf doughnut glazed with Cristal champagne icing, which became a social media sensation practically overnight. Here, some of our favorite doughnut spots around the city, for...
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23 May

NYC’s Best Ice Cream Shops


You've worked hard all winter long to deserve the right to indulge in a shake, cone or bowl of soft serve–in a swimsuit. With warm weather upon us, there's nothing better than a cool treat on a hot summer day. Here, the top spots for ice cream in New York City to ensure that you'll have something sweet all season long.

With shake concoctions ranging from caramel to nutella, Black Tap puts a decadent spin on old-fashioned favorites. Adding full pieces of candy like lollipops and Reese's cups to top it all off, Black Tap's desserts look more like works of art than a simple shake.

Black Tap, 529 Broome St.

Courtesy Instagram
Courtesy Instagram
BIG GAY ICE CREAM Starting as a soft serve ice cream truck in 2009, Big Gay...
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2 May

12 Day Trips Perfect For New Yorkers

Everyone needs to escape from the concrete jungle from time to time. And our centrally located city allows even the car-less to take easy, affordable, and convenient day trips. All you need is a free Saturday, some friends, and a sense of adventure, and you can flee for sand and surf, charming river towns, or nostalgic boardwalks without too much trouble. The name of the game is accessibility, and it couldn't be more simple to plan a trip to the outer boroughs, upstate New York, or (gasp!) New Jersey. We've rounded up some stellar day trips for outdoor types, foodies, architecture and art lovers, adventure seekers, and music aficionados. And there are plenty of activities for both the budget savvy and...
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18 Apr

21 Brunch Spots In NYC


"Southern comfort food in the heart of Tribeca. Splurge on buttery biscuits, bacon and Bloody Marys." —Joyann King, Digital Director

120 Hudson Street,


Norma's Inside the Parker Meridien
"Norma's is ridiculously expensive, even by NYC standards, but justified by the friendliest servers, the attention to detail and the oversized portions that will last you from brunch til dinner. It's a small thing, but I appreciate the huge kettles the tea comes in—nothing worse than a tiny cup that requires asking for refills every five minutes just to get your caffeine fix." —Alexandra Tunell, Digital Beauty Editor

119 W 56th Street,

Sadelle's "Some of the best homemade bagels in the...
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5 Apr

5 NYC Sights with Amazing Views


Manhattan is a beauty from any angle, but it really shines from above. Shift your perspective on NYC sightseeing with a visit to the following five landmarks – from a skyscraper to a bridge to a museum – which each offer a bird’s-eye view from vastly different vantage points. Get ready to be wowed – you've never seen NYC views like this before!

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No windows or fences obstruct the view between you and the Manhattan skyline at Top of the Rock, an observation deck set 70 stories above Rockefeller Center. This open-air deck (plus two indoor observation rooms, with floor-to-ceiling windows on the 67th and 69th floors) offers 360-degree views. As you move around the perimeter of...
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1 Apr

NYC’s Coolest New Restaurant Is Hidden In The Back Of An East Village Bar

Upon entering The Garret, the East Village bar designed to look like your coolest friend's living room, it's hard to imagine how the space could be improved upon (the pink neon sign in the doorway says "No Bad Days," after all). But, if you walk the length of the bar, past the velvet booths and a cozy seating area (keep an eye out for vintage copies of BAZAAR on the bookshelf), you'll find yourself standing in front of a thick curtain, behind which lies a short hallway and an Alice in Wonderland-style wooden door. Ring the doorbell, and instead of Wonderland, enter Dinnertable. The brainchild of culinary power couple Scott Tacinelli and Angie Rito (both formerly of Quality Branded spots like Quality Italian...
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