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It doesn’t look like the Polar Vortex or Arctic Blast,  or whatever the heck they are calling this relentlessly freezing weather, is going to leave us anytime soon, so we went looking for a few sweaters to fill out our winter wardrobe. About this time of year, having been wearing them nonstop since November, our trusty favorites are looking a little, well tired. Or maybe we are just tired of wearing the same ones day in, day out.   Since

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WWD: Fashion & Film, They Wore It, We Want It

A NEW MISS DIOR: Film directed by Anton Corbijn, starring Natalie Portman

This week we are highlighting a friend and Fashionator, Sallie Giordano. Sallie has created, Couture Collective, an invitation-only wardrobe service offering members a curated selection of the most elegant, on-trend and wearable styles each season, at a fraction of their retail prices. A new concept in the fashion industry, fractional ownership offers the convenience of an entirely new wardrobe twice a year, beautifully maintained, and delivered on demand. Frequent travelers to New York never need pack a

Help  COLLETTE  raise funds for Every Mother Counts  at our Mama’s Tea Party, Friday 27th. Shopping for the moms 11am to 6pm. Face painting, balloons and more just for kids 2:30-4:30.   Bring your gentled loved children’s clothing to consign.sizes 2 to 14.   Drop off starting February 10 to February 26th.   15% of all proceeds received from February 27th to March 31st go directly to Every Mother Counts, an organization which funds programs that improve access to critical

The Associates Committe of The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center will present the 24th Annual Bunny Hop  on Tuesday, March 3 at 583 Park Avenue from 5:00 to 7:00 pm.  The Hop’s energetic and creative Chairmen Jenny Galluzzo, Erica Silverman, Ferebee Taube, and Annie Taube are gathering their little chickadees to celebrate a spectacular start of the season.  The event is generously sponsored by GUCCI.  For over 23 years, The Society’s Associates Committee has hosted the much-anticipated Bunny Hop, which heralds the arrival of

The Director’s Council of the Museum of the City of New York, Oscar de la Renta, Taffin by James de Givenchy, and esteemed guests will gather at The Pierre on Wednesday, February 25th for one of the most glittering parties of the year, The MCNY Winter Ball. The charming Chairmen, Allison Aston, Mark Gilbertson, Celerie Kemble, Nicole Mellon, Calvert Moore, Allison Rockefeller, Shafi Roepers, Andrew Roosevelt, Alexia Hamm Ryan, and Burwell Schorr have creatively curated a flawlessly stunning affair. The Museum of the City of New York celebrates and interprets

On February 25th, the 92nd Street Y will be presenting the Artful Lunch  benefitting the  92Y’s Education Outreach Programs, which for over 25 years have brought the arts to New York City public schoolchildren. 92Y delivers these programs via multiple avenues, including in-school instruction with original curricula and live music, dance and theater performances at 92Y and other venues.  The Co-Chairs, Ramy Sharp, Lauren Hochfelder Silverman, Lacy Tisch, and Caryn Zucker,  partnered up with Ramy Brook, to honor Fern Mallis, an

The hilarious and energetic Award-winning star of stage and screen Neil Patrick Harris will host the 87th Academy Awards®. The Oscars ceremony will be held at the Dolby Theatre® at Hollywood & Highland Center® in Hollywood, and will be televised live by the ABC Television Network at 7:00 p.m.  ET/4:00 p.m. PT. The Oscar presentation also will be televised live in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide.  It is the most excited night

Chinese New Year begins on February 19 this year, the Year of the Goat. What to wear to the Firecracker Ceremony and Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade? Red!  In Chinese tradition, red is one of the luckiest colors and it is believed to ward off danger and evil lurking in the New Year.  Chinese New Year is equivalent in importance to our Christmas celebrations.  In addition to dances and firecrackers, families spend time together giving gifts and feasting.  If

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